I woke up at 7 and said nope. 

I woke up at 8 and said nope.  

I woke up at 9 and finally dragged my ass out of the bed.  

There was this seriously strong inner struggle to get up, take the two minutes to put on my "cardio clothes" and walk the 45 minutes that I have to every morning. It's amazing what your mind will try to tell you to do. Amazing I tell you! I think Casey Neistat talks about that in his I Run video. I'll link it below. There's just so many reasons to not run in your mind. I'm clearly just walking but still. The idea of putting your body through any kind exertion. Funny thing is you get endorphin highs off of the exertion. We have no problem destroying our bodies with no force for a high. However, we have to put work into it and then it's diff. Crazy how that works eh....