Morning raving

Fit & Training door thijs

Rave Your Way Into The Day!

Yup, you read that right. A trend on the rise has been spotted in big cities around the world such as Sydney, New York, San Francisco, and London and it’s one that sounds so wacky it’s got to be fun. Morning raving is everything ravers love - minus the drugs and alcohol. This concept is made to get a good morning workout and the energies flowing, and it’s an invigorating experience to both the crowds and the performers.

Most of the ravers attending go straight from the dance floor to the office, and get a boost of endorphins to start off the day on the right note (no pun intended). There is something about dancing sober at such an odd time of the day that creates a different vibe and experience altogether. Many of the participants enjoy the fact that this is a type of raving without the “darkness”, as they call it. The intimacy of going through the waking up process in such an alternative way and with others' positive energies is what creates a new sort of high.

And, for those of you wondering if this is treated as an after party: “Absolutely not”, as one of the founders of Morning Gloryville, stated. But not to worry, if you get thirsty it's common to find a bar somewhere in these types of events. A smoothie bar that is ;)

Working out in club environments is a hype to look out for in 2015. Another type of workout similar to this is the deep house yoga, in which yogis and dance fanatics unite to go through a long night of green smoothies, super foods, and groovy dance moves. These parties start out with a yoga class to find themselves and get the most out of their dancing sessions.

This concept seems to bring such a positive initiative that it should be worth a try someday. I am not one to usually wake up at 6:30 for a workout or anything really, but when it comes to bringing good vibes into my life I am all about to trying new things! Any Fit Girl out there who's got some scoops into this new clubbing scene? :D