Just 30 minutes
Boost your metabolism by doing some pre-breakfast aerobic exercises. A regular routine of 30 minutes exercise is ideal for starters. It raises your heart rate and gives you what you need to help maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Stretch like a cat
Not only will it wake you up after your night's rest, it's a great way to improve your flexibility and improve the strength in your core muscles. Enjoy the way it makes you feel.
Refresh and re-hydrate
Have a glass of cold water as part of your healthy morning routine. The icier you make it, the better. Invigorating and refreshing, it's a sure fire way to wake up all your senses and hydrate yourself for a healthy start to the day.
Exercise your facial muscles
Execrcising your facial muscles are just as important as exercising the rest of your body. Every day, stretch your chin, raise your eyebrows as high as you can, open your mouth as far as you can and stick your tongue out. Feel the stretch.
Head to the garden
Walk through the garden in your bare feet and enjoy the morning dew to feel instantly rejuvenated. Do some stretching while you are there to take in the morning air. Feel it through your body.
move your body
Move your body in a way that you have never used it before. Remember how it feels. Shake your torso. Wiggle your toes and feel the energy rush through your body. Use it as part of your healthy routine.
take the stairs
Energise yourself in a jiffy with no need for a fancy exercise kit. Run up and down the stairs three times. It's amazing how it will set the oxygen racing through your body - and you may want to do more.
take a detour
Take a detour from your normal route to work - find a local park to walk through. You might have to leave home a few minutes early but it will be worth the effort. In time, it will become part of your healthy routine.
have an invigorating shower
Turn your shower head to its powerful mode and feel the force of the water against your body. Keep the temperature cool to invigorate you and get the blood racing through your body.