Even if you hate exercise, research has found that even a short burst of fun cardio activity (think hula hoops, working in the garden, dancing, or a brisk walk with the dog) works wonders, especially in the morning (15 minutes is all it takes). This is because exercise releases endorphins, serotonin, and other happy chemicals in your brain. According to renowned psychologist Shawn Achor, the reason why exercise is so key to your morning routine is that it literally trains your brain to believe “my behavior matters,” which then carries (positively) into other activities throughout the day. And for procrastinators, exercising when you least feel like it is when it does the most good.
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