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Excuse-Proof Morning Workout: Sleep With, Not in, Your Clothes

Well it's September, and for many of us, a crisp Fall breeze is in the air, especially in the early mornings. If you're one of those people who love to exercise outside before work, then you're probably realizing that Summer is quickly waving goodbye. I know when I'm cold, I don't feel very motivated to move. If you feel the same way, here's a way to excuse-proof your morning workout. Before going to bed, gather all your workout clothes, from your sports bra to your socks. Place your gear under the covers at the foot of your bed, so you won't kick them in your sleep. When your alarm goes off in the a.m., you can stay cuddled under the covers and change into your warm gear. Then when you get out of bed, you'll be all set to go. Not only will this save you the discomfort of slipping on a cold sports bra, but it'll also save you time in the morning — no more searching for that missing sock. I wouldn't recommend sleeping in your exercise gear though, since that wouldn't be very comfortable.

How do you excuse-proof your morning workout? Tell me in the comments section below.


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