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shutterstock_288544799 There are people in the world who thrive on exercising before the sun even has a chance to rise. There are also those who aren’t exactly thrilled to wake up and endure strenuous activity. Read below to discover a few ideas that are sure to inspire those who lack the motivation and inspiration to stay committed. 1. AUDIO INSPIRATION Music has a way of motivating an exercise routine. It has the power to set the beat while you’re running or lifting weights. It can determine the length of your intervals and allow you to zone out on your early morning bicycle ride. Adding new songs into your mix not only rejuvenates your workout, but it also saves you time by not having to skip over last year’s tired playlist. If you’re not looking to purchase new songs, you can download fitness radio app on your smartphone or lose yourself in a well-written novel with an audiobook. 2. NEW TOYS Sometimes the best way to make yourself look forward to an early morning run is to purchase yourself a new toy. A consistent workout routine requires equipment upkeep. A good pair of sneakers sets the foundation for every exercise routine whether you’re a long distance runner or a dedicated kick boxer. Maybe you need a new pair of sneakers to prevent yourself from injury? If you’re not in need of a new pair of running shoes, try getting creative with funky patterned socks or brightly colored shoelaces. There’s an excitement that comes from a new pair of headphones or workout shirt. A new workout accessory is sometimes all the inspiration you need to prevent yourself from hitting the snooze button. 3. DAILY GOALS We all have goals when it comes to exercising. Whether you’re training to push your physical ability or trying to down a pant size, you have a goal you’re moving towards. Setting attainable goals on a daily basis not only helps you achieve your long-term goal, but also consistently rewards you for your hard work. 4. BUDDY SYSTEM Having a friend beside you during any routine is the best way to stick to the program. They keep you accountable on the days when you lack the drive to get up early and motivate you to push your boundaries when you feel like giving up. Aside from the added benefit of camaraderie, there are many great strength-training exercises that require a partner. 5. MIX IT UP We all know that physical activity is key to engaging in a healthy lifestyle, but that doesn’t mean you’re required to be a runner. There are many other ways to experience our very active world. Among some of the trending activities such as paddle boarding and ballet classes, try going rollerblading or rock climbing. Take an hour out of your night or weekend and go to a trampoline center. You’d be surprised how much cardio you’ll get in while you’re having fun bouncing around for an hour. We all have our own fitness goals, but remembering that a healthy life can also be an exciting and healthy life makes working towards those goals much more enjoyable. There are lots of ways to add spark to your exercise routine.
 

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