Just make sure you're hitting the hay early so your alarm doesn't feel too painful in the morning.
5. Your diet may improve
Research has previously showed that morning workouts can improve sleep, acuity and productivity, but they also show that a morning workout can improve diet and exercise habits in general, according to nutrition consultant Elle Penner.
We're unsure whether this is because committing to a morning workout probably means you're serious enough about fitness to monitor your diet as well.
Either way, go with the crowd and play the odds game.
6. It becomes part of your routine.
You avoid decision fatigue about whether to go to the gym after you get home in the evening. It simply becomes your routine.
If your intent is to make it habitual, there's no better way to ensure it sticks.