You start to look at things positively and feel refreshed and energised to start a new day at the end of a morning workout. To get that much-needed creative boost, set up a regular exercise schedule and see the difference
Once you take a decision to start, stick to it and ensure you get a good night’s sleep.
Fix the time and duration, so that you can schedule your day accordingly.
To start off with, pick a simple outdoor exercise, like taking a walk, jogging, swimming which will allow your mind to wander as you work out.
Avoid high-intensity training which involves sports since it will take up too much of your physical and mental strength.
When you are done, take some time to relax in the natural surroundings.
Carry a notepad and pen or a tape recorder to keep a track of the ideas that you might have right after.
When you are back home, take a quick shower, have a healthy breakfast and polish your notes.
While there are benefits of exercising alone, if you have to brainstorm on a project, take your partner along too.
Exercise with people you know might do you good and help you generate a feeling of happiness all around