Sports is one of the physical activities that we have to do regularly every day or several times a week. By doing sports, the body will get many benefits such as not getting sick easily, blood flow running smoothly, and not being obese. Although exercise has quite a number of benefits, some people tend to rarely do it. This happens because they are too tired or lazy. Besides making the feeling of laziness disappear, exercise in the morning also has the benefits below!
1. Increase Energy
When you sleep at night, the stored energy is used in the body’s metabolic processes. Light exercise in the morning even though it is only done for 30 minutes can help replenish your body’s energy and increase your energy
2. Increasing Focus
Doing exercise in the morning can also increase the focus of a person who has a good focus will make the body so easy to work and complete all work with careful consideration.
3. Prevent Alzheimer’s disease
It turns out a research study at the University of South Carolina that managed to find the fact that with treadmill training and jogging in the morning can increase our brain power and make the brain become more resistant to fatigue, which consequently makes us avoid Alzheimer’s disease.
4. Improve Sleep
Exercise done in the morning can improve sleep disorders that have been happening. By doing exercise in the morning, after work is over, the body will start to get tired and you will sleep very easily. Sleep experienced will be more soundly than before. Do exercise in the morning routinely for example once every two days or a maximum of 5 times a week. If you experience sleep disorders such as easy to experience insomnia, try to do exercise in the morning with a routine then feel the benefits directly.
5. Increasing Concentration Power
Research reveals in addition to increasing physical ability to exercise also provides other benefits for us, which is able to increase brain power so that we concentrate more. Increasing the concentration power will help us to be more alert and focused in carrying out very dense activities.