Get up and go. Literally. "If you work out before your day distracts you, your chances of exercising regularly go way up," says Cedric Bryant, Ph.D., chief science officer of the American Council on Exercise. And AM sweating can make you sharper all day: "Exercise enhances the secretion of neurotransmitters," Bryant says.
Wake up your body with this 15-minute bedside routine. Warm up and cool down by jogging in place for two minutes. http://www.womenshealthmag.com/life/morning-workout