Less reading, more training.
Seriously, stop worrying so much about everything you read - you think you’re the only person in the world to train in the morning? I highly doubt people that have had trouble getting bigger and stronger because they trained in the morning.[/quote]
I carpool 70 miles with my mom to work
we live way outside of town. on a small farm
I drop her off at 0630 I am at the nearest gym that I am a member of by 7 am no later
I stay there untill after 8 or 830 with light lifting and mainly light cardio like recumbant bike or walking on tread mill and lifts with maybe about half my max or less then shower get dressed out of the locker and out the door to make the money that I need to keep my membership.
I am then back at the gym buy about 1 pm and do all my insane stuff that gets looks and my HIIT I just started and literaly limp or near crawl out the door to pick her up at 3 pm and then she drives home and I sleep all the way back.
Granted I do not have a full time job and I my focus is on my health and my weight exclusivly.
but this goes along with the comment of read less train more.
I train to the point that I get all tingly and I feel like I am high on drugs now and I can hardly move untill hours later and I know that how I do things with the 2 times a day 6 days a week and what I do is really frowned upon here.
I figure that I will respect the advice of others and I will implement there advice however in the end it is you that is putting in the work and if it is right for you to work in the am do it.
as far as psycing yourself up to do it that has got to come from within yourself
I do however have a little help from HOT-ROX and coffee but not often I just go in and do it,hard to explain