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Best Time of Day to Exercise: Morning or Evening? - FITLEY

Best Time of Day to Exercise: Morning or Evening?

The best time of day for exercise has always been the subject of debate. Working out at different times of the day, each have their own benefits and drawbacks.

The majority of people determine when to exercise based on their schedules, so they cannot always choose when to be active.

Here are some of the main benefits and drawbacks of exercising depending on the time of day to consider:

Benefits of morning workouts:

Boosts energy for the day: A morning workout can help you feel energized and focused for the rest of the day.

Consistency: Working out in the morning helps establish a consistent routine, making it easier to stick to your exercise plan.

Better sleep: Exercise in the morning can lead to better quality sleep at night.

Drawbacks of morning workouts:

Warming up takes longer: Your body may be stiff in the morning, so you might need more time to warm up and prevent injuries.

Time constraints: If you have to go to work or take care of other responsibilities, you may not have enough time to complete a full workout.

Energy levels: Some people may not feel energized enough in the morning to perform a full workout.


Benefits of evening workouts:

Stress relief: Working out in the evening can be a great way to relieve stress and anxiety after a long day.

More time: If you have a busy schedule, you may have more time in the evening to complete a full workout.

Improved sleep: Exercise in the evening can also lead to better quality sleep at night for some people.

Drawbacks of evening workouts:

Difficulty sleeping: Some people may have trouble falling asleep after an evening workout due to increased adrenaline levels.

Less consistency: It may be more difficult to stick to an evening workout routine due to social commitments or unexpected events.

Lower energy levels: If you've had a long day, you may feel too tired to perform a full workout in the evening.

Ultimately, the best time to work out depends on your personal preferences, schedule, and energy levels. Experiment with different workout times to find what works best for you.

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