3 Things You Should Do EVERY Morning For A Strong, Healthy Body
You do not find the happy life, You make it.
1. Drink Water
That's right, as simple as it sounds; it's a vitally important act with far reaching benefits. Think about it: If you go to sleep at midnight and wake up at 7 a.m. you've gone at least seven hours without hydrating. The average adult body is 50-65% water and blood is 82% water. The brain cells are 85% water and muscles 75%.
2. A 3 minute mobility training
Most peoples' energy levels are highest in the morning so they're best able to exercise. If energy levels aren't high in the morning, exercise can help get endorphins flowing which will energize you.
3. Eat Breakfast
Many studies have shown the health benefits of eating breakfast. It improves your energy levels and ability to concentrate in the short term, and can help with better weight management, reduced risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease in the long term
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