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How to Stop Snoozing Through Your Morning Workout 1. Set up your workout the night before. When that alarm goes off, the last thing you want to do is try to figure out 2. Sleep in your workout wear (or keep it right beside your bed!). Similar to tip number one, continue to. Stop Snoozing through your Morning Workout! Posted by Blair Myers 4 years ago Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn+ First things first: The key to waking up and working out before you start your day is getting a good night’s sleep.

I speak from the heart, because you’ll find me cozied up in bed by 8-9 p.m. most nights!Try challenging yourself to stop snoozing for a week, or even a month. Jo Burr decided to wake up early, without the snooze button, and to pray every morning during the weeks before Christmas in 2015. The simple workout that will stop you snoring and improve your sleep “It struck me that all three were difficult to go through and in many cases were treating the symptom, not the cause. Here’s a simple solution to stop snoozing.

First of all, set your alarm for later. If you’re a habitual snoozer and you know, for example, that you’re going to wake up at 7:00, but you’re going to snooze till 7:30, instead of setting your alarm for 7, set it for 7:30, because you know that this is the time you actually need to wake up. A History of Snoozing. I always loved quiet mornings.

The house is silent, which means no one is asking me for anything and I can get things done uninterrupted. But until recently, I snoozed my way through this glorious time of day. In The 5 Second Rule, Ms.

Robbins’ advises to place the alarm clock out of reach. When you wake up in the morning to the sound of your alarm after a less than satisfactory night’s sleep, it can be all too tempting to press the snooze button and stay in bed for a few extra. You hit snooze one time. Another. Then Another.

Until finally, you find yourself rushing around trying to get ready as quickly as possible because you’re late for work. Don’t worry, it. The same can be said for snoozing, “Some people find it difficult to get out of bed and will press snooze 10 times and some will leap out in the morning and feel great because of it.” This explains why, even before the invention of smartphones and their blue light, I have struggled to get to sleep early and wake up feeling refreshed.

Alexa won’t make you any less sleepy or drag you out of bed, but it can make your morning routine much more efficient. Routines For Weather, Traffic, Lights, and Snoozing If you’re like a lot of people, you wake up (eventually), try to catch some news, check your email, get dressed, figure out weather and traffic conditions, and get coffee.

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If your mornings are anything like mine, I would suggest doing the morning exercise as soon as you wake up, before you get “busy” doing everything else.

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If you can’t see yourself waking up that early on the weekends, then perhaps it would be better to change your morning workout routine into a lunchtime one.

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Consider your 10 p.m. self setting an alarm for 6 a.m. the next morning, to get up and go to the gym.

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You may want to work out in the mornings rather than some other time throughout the day so that you don’t have any time to talk yourself out of it.

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Consider going to bed an hour earlier or try switching your workouts to later in the day.

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Avoid exercising outside in the heat of the day; take your power walks before breakfast or after dinner instead, or attend exercise classes in an air-conditioned fitness centre.

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Exercise in the evening, and you may gain as much as 20 percent more muscle strength than you would if you trained in the morning.

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This might mean waking up earlier so you can work out before your day begins.

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After 10 or 20 minutes the snooze alarm will sound, and you can either wake up fully or repeat the exercise.

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Get your workout early in the day, then try some stretching exercises or yoga to relax your muscles and your mind at bedtime.

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  • I bet this lady won’t do it. I don’t mean to be negative, but you can have the best intentions for yourself and still not achieve what you want. She already stated it’s a problem for her to get going. It’s obviously a mental and emotional habit for her. Mel’s advice is spot on, but if this lady cannot turn this advice into a daily habit past the three or six month mark, it will never happen. It’s a lot like those who want to lose weight. They go the gym and workout religiously for a couple months, maybe even several months, but in the end they quit. Their mental and emotional habit of being overweight comes back stronger. She needs to consciously do this advice every single day for at least a year to make progress.

  • first step, grab a vodka bottle i take a sip….if there is no vodka in a bottle, make step two and go to nearest liquor shop and buy a two vodka bottles, open one and take a sip….another bottle is for tomorrow, so you dont need to take a step two tomorrow 😉

  • Great to see you back making these explanation videos on here. It’s awesome. Snoozing is a horrible time killer and we feel bad doing it.

  • Ahh man I’m a creature of habit when it comes to the snooze button! I love your advice and I really need to do my best to avoid hitting that snooze button! Really great content and video man!

  • Thank you for the wonderful tips! I put my alarm clock on the other side of the room, and actually got up, shut the alarm clock off, and went back to bed. Ugh! What else can you suggest?

  • OK, my Dad was a Drill Instructor I’m the USArmy I never had a snooze button because my alarm clock Very Loud and on the dresser across the room. Move the frickin alarm across the room and your ass will have to GET OUT OF BED TO SHUT IT OFF

  • god my boyfriend has an alarm which makes you do math before you’re able to turn off, and the thing is he sleeps too deep so its always up to me to solve that but i’m the worst in math:D this is where getting angry gets me out of bed:D really helpful tips girl:) ♡

  • “I would rather eat a sock in the morning” XD. Nice video brother! Very helpful. I’d like to add that the 5-second Rule is super helpful to stop snoozing. I haven’t snoozed in years because of that book. I highly recommend checking it out if you haven’t already. It’s one of my favorite personal development books of all time: The 5-Second Rule Mel Robbins

  • About a year ago, YouTube recommended me to watch one of Mel Robbin’s video and I thought to myself, “Pffft, what does this blonde chic knows about success?”. A few days later I decided to watch a few of her videos and little I knew back then she would completely change my life for the best! Thank You Mel Robbins for you’re wisdom, intelligence and you’re passion on helping others. I hope someday I can give you a hug out of appreciation and apologize for prejudging you.

  • Great tips. I do find it helps to put the alarm across the room. I would like to open up the curtains straightaway too but often Hubby is still sleeping so I can’t.

  • I’m always reminding my daughter to be kind to her future self (i.e. cleaning her room, or organising her school bag etc) but DID NOT think to apply it to myself with regards to big picture stuff (career/retirement/finance etc)The penny has just dropped and the light bulb went on…..thanks so much!

  • Commented a while ago on your content, you said you felt like you could of written it. One month dry today, and again, bro, thank you for this channel, recovery ought to be regarded scientifically in the mainstream, and is not: my own research and your content turned what I thought wasn’t possible into a problem that could be solved, with minimal disruption to my life. I haven’t heard many people talk about adaptogens, have you tried Tulsi? I am finding that works really well too. Anyway bro, sincere gratitude, your content really helped both motivate and equip me to make this change.

  • My husband is a functioning alcoholic…he has no problem getting up for work or getting to work and can work circles around most of his coworkers..he does his job very well…..it is his routine after work that needs to change where he drinks at home and can get to the point of slurred speech and staggering…he tries to hide this from me and my daughter…he is now in the beginning stage of trying to quit…we need ideas for his evening routine!! Please do a video on this…it would help immensely!!!

  • Prayer; Eat; Do what you have been avoiding first; take an hour out to read something inspirational in your day; (be curious about your origins, your purpose and about different world views)

  • Dammit, Mel. I changed my alarm and turned off my snooze. I will curse you vehemently in the morning, but of course, you know it will do great shit for me. Thanks for being there.

  • Thanks Chris, this is helpful. Could you do an example of an evening routine ie: After work ��? Many thanks for this great video �� be blessed x

  • mel, I use the 54321. I did listen to this BUT (ok, I’m not sure why I kept seeing this….) your strip on your pants matched her hair.

  • I always struggle to wake up in the morning although I do hear my alarm lol!! These were great tips Kat!!! Hopefully I’ll make use of them!!

  • Keep going man! are you using Animaker / Powtoon for Editing this video?:P! or a Software? ) Thank’s in advance for your answer

  • Mel, since we met I have not hit snooze. I envision where I want to be and jump out of bed. The extra time in the morning that I have to myself is priceless. Thanks for the kick in the butt.

  • I have been on a journey for self growth but I have had a problem with waking up early…today I have learnt how I will be going about it…thank you Mel, am from Kenya

  • Your videos have helped me a lot in the past year and a half, thank you Mel! I’ve completely changed my life and achieved more than I ever thought, and I can’t wait to see what will happen next. I’m so much happier but nevertheless I find it difficult to put up with some situations. Especially when people are unkind to me for no reason, or for misunderstanding me, or because of prejudices… they are literally able to shake my confidence, I keep thinking about their words and their attititude for days and most of all I’m not able to defend myself properly, to speak up, all the words I could say come to my mind too late, I paralyse, I fake indifference while my heart is actually beating so fast and I want to cry. I don’t really know how to change this… I really hope you will speak about these type of issues, becuz the 5 sec rules just doesn’t occur to me while I’m in the middle of it. Thanks again for your work, Mel, I’d like to become a speaker too, among other things, in my life (speaking acting writing musicteaching, those are my “calls” I think) and you have really inspired me the most.

  • She is awesome she has helped me so much she gave me the courage to go on stage for the first time and do a stand-up comedy routine with her five second rule she is amazing I look at her content almost daily. Thank you Mel

  • Great tips! Today, I placed my alarm away from the bed so I had to walk to it and turn it off. The last two days, the alarm was bedside and I wanted to snooze. I’ll be keeping my alarm away from my bedside, it truly helps with not snoozing. Take care and thanks for connecting!

  • Thank you so much one week into recovery and that is my morning g routine and organised my supplements you mentioned which I am tski g I am doing my advanced training in my clinical hypnosis a d plan to help women in particular quit all of your down to earth pracital advice is great thank you and yes insomnia is an issue will organise passionflower and valarian Cheers margaret

  • You’re so direct and I love it! Just subscribed cause I know your no b.s. talk will definitely help me move forward faster. Thanks for this video Mel!!

  • Hello Mate!!…… 9. Gift from me!! Your videos are great!! I hope we can be friends and hit the bells too!! Best regards! Be safe!

  • Thank you �� sooo much! This is really gonna help! If you are able to read this can I ask you a question? If I’m 11 years old will it be ok for me to have tea to wake me up in the morning?

  • Thanks Chris, I am really appreciating all the research, experimentation, and inspiration you are offering on your website and your You Tube channel. I am hoping to redirect my attention from food and wine as the greatest pleasure in my life to something more rewarding and productive; your commitment to helping those of us who need help, is giving me some tangible tools to becoming more conscious and productive each day. Thank you so very much for your determination and commitment. Marie

  • Maybe doing more harm no it’s doing more harm, It’s best just to get up and get started. Even if you wake up 20 mins before you’re alarm goes off, get up and start that day. An extra 20 mins isn’t going to satisfy your mind.