There are many different ways to achieve a goal, and that’s the beauty of life. Every person in this world is different in their own way, and it would be irresponsible of anyone to suggest that one size always fits all when it comes to most matters. However, working out, like all things, still has common consistencies—even if not everyone does them. Perhaps one of the most popular consistencies in the fitness community is that of working out early in the morning.
Again, we’re not here to start broad-stroking any group of people, and we’re not here to start tossing around generalizations like they’re cracker jacks at a baseball game. However, there is something to be said about types who love working out. They’re generally go-getters, and they generally like to “get” what they want as soon as possible.
This isn’t to be said with any semblance of shade. This is to be said with reverence, because one of the practices for achieving ones goal is usually to do it before one loses the desire. The best way to do this is in the morning. How often do we plan on doing something, but after waiting too long, we change our minds? We all know that story. People who work out in the morning do so because they’ve mastered the art of executing their plan before that voice has even woken up.