Trading in the financial markets can be one of the most rewarding jobs a person can do. However, it can also be a very stressful and time consuming job. After all, in order to be a successful trader, you must put in countless hours at the computer researching, analyzing, and trading. Therefore, busy traders may be under very high stress and lack the necessary physical exercise they need to maintain a healthy lifestyle. While this is true for many traders, the most successful ones understand the importance of exercise and incorporate it into their busy schedules, and you can do it too.

Experts say that a morning exercise routine is the best way to get your blood flowing and energize your mind and body for a productive day. As well, exercise diffuses stress and makes the mind more productive, which is a much needed attribute for busy traders. One of the best methods of exercise is high intensity workouts that keep the heart rate up. Couple this with high intensity music with beat drops at the start of each workout and you have the perfect morning exercise routine. For busy traders who trade too much and exercise too little, checkout this exceptional morning exercise routine:

The video linked above is a perfect morning exercise routine to get your heart rate pumping and mind awoken. The exercise is very intense and can be done from anywhere as no weights or equipment are required. The video starts off with great motivational pump up music that switches songs after each exercise set as to psychologically help you gear up for the next workout set. Also, the beat drops as soon as you start the set which helps tremendously to get you pumped and motivated.

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In total, the morning exercise routine incorporates 12 workout sets that comprise of a mix of cardio and muscle building workouts. See the sets listed in chronological order below:

  1. Jumping Jacks
  2. Wall sit
  3. Push-ups
  4. Abb crunches
  5. Chair steps
  6. Squats
  7. Chair triceps
  8. Plank
  9. High knees
  10. Lunges
  11. Push-up rotations
  12. Side plank 1
  13. Side Plank 2

So, are you trading too much and exercising too little? Here is an exceptional morning exercise routine.

Now, back to study technical analysis!

 

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