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How To Become A Morning Person and Runner

Tips for starting your day off right, or on the right foot!

Launching into a new day can feel like a race of its own, demanding dedication and planning. Whether you're a seasoned pro or just beginning your journey, these insights will help you streamline your mornings, making the most out of your day. After all, it's about starting strong and avoiding the last-minute rush in life and on race day! 🌄🏃‍♂️

Quick Tips For Getting Into An Early Morning Routine

1. Adjust Your Sleeping Habits

2. Lay Out Your Clothes The Night Before

3. Put Your Alarm In A New Spot

4. Plan Your Breakfast The Night Before

5. Find A Running Buddy

Christine Luff’s 10 Tips For Running In The Morning

  1. Teach Yourself Good Sleep Habits

  2. Sleep In Your Running Clothes

  3. Lay Out Your Clothes

  4. Put Your Alarm Clock Out Of Reach

  5. Incentivize Yourself

  6. Plan (and Regularly Change) Your Route

  7. Find A Running Buddy

  8. Eat Smart

  9. Stay Hydrated

  10. Wear Reflective Clothing

For a more in-depth view, check out Christine Luff’s list with full commentary on her insights for the dos and don’ts for race day.

Another good read to start your morning on the right foot comes from our friends at the Runner’s World. Maria Andrews provides 8 Ways To Become A Morning Runner.

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