I always train when I wake up.
Pretty much first thing in the morning. Yeah, I might go to the bathroom and take care of all the mandatory stuff there. Also I probably will have to confess to checking my phone a couple of times first. But by and large I pretty much train in the morning as my main activity.
Why do I do that? Well, because it feels so good to be done with it.
And also, I create Energy from naught!
Y’know when you wake up in the morning and you’ve slept badly during the night? You’re half awake, wandering around discombobulated like a Zombie who’s stirred awake from the Dead and now you’re supposed to begin your day?
Well, instead of doing what most regular people do, why don’t you rather make it a little bit *more* uncomfortable in the moment, with at very least the notion of creating Energy out of naught?
See, this is what so many people do not understand.
Yes, there might be a law of physics or whatever which says that you cannot create Energy out of nothing. That Energy can only be converted into other forms and shapes. Whatever. It doesn’t matter. *I* personally believe you create Energy out of nothing. And that is by getting your wheels in motion. Like in actually starting to train and let loose that body. After pushing yourself past your comfort zone and past what you thought was your limit, look up in the sky and smile and have fun.
You just created Energy out of nothing and you did so not even needing coffee.
More people should do what I say.
And so should you!
This is *one* instant Energy Hack that I really love sharing with you.
Try it out and see how it works for you.
Y’gotta try more than once, though. Commit to a whole month of doing this.
Yes it’s hard when you start doing it in the morning, but *very* easy once you get going. Trust me on that.
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