Top Tips for Early Morning Runs


So the past week I’ve changed my running


I’ve started getting up at 5.45am and running.




I’m not a morning person at all.


Here’s why I changed though….


I’m a busy person and I always find reasons
NOT to run during the day, or something always comes up and stops me.


You probably do the same.


So I decided to change so it’s done before 
I can even think of an excuse.


I’m actually loving it! 


Here’s some other reasons why you should start early morning runs….


1. You feel great for the rest of the day
2. You’re training is done and you free up your time
3. There’s nobody around and it’s so peaceful. 
4. I get to see the sun rise every morning


So here’s my top 3 tips to changing your routine and getting out early in the morning – it can be tough!


1. Find a training partner – someone to keep you accountable and get you out of bed. The snooze button is your biggest enemy.


2. Set up your running gear before bed – or wear your running gear for bed. Give yourself as little to do as soon as you wake up.


3. Start off really easy and work your way into the run. You’ll feel better as you go on.



Finally – remember to check out my podcast on iTunes or at



I interviewed English Marathon record holder, London Marathon Winner and Olympic Marathon Bronze Medallist Charlie Spedding. This will be available VERY SOON.



Thanks for reading,


About Luke

Luke is a Running Coach and Sports Masseur.

He is the North East Running Leader of the Year and coaches runners of all abilities with Run Eat Sleep.

He is also the creator of The Monthly Mile and hosts the Run Eat Sleep Podcast.

Luke runs for Gateshead Harriers and has Personal Bests of 15.39 for 5k, 32.11 for 10km and 70.57 for Half Marathon

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