I work with a colleague, Lauren, who gets up at 5.30am every morning and either runs or goes to the gym. I admire her dedication and each week I tell myself that I should start exercising in the morning before the distraction of work sidetracks me and stops me doing something at the end of the day. Of course I’m not a morning person and the morning exercise never happens. And unfortunately, I don’t get any fitter by thinking I should do it.
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