Is It Better to Work out in the Morning, Afternoon, or Evening?

Is there a single time of day that’s best for working out? Let’s find out.

When is the best time to workout? 

In my personal opinion, it’s not a matter of time of day—it’s about when you, personally, will be able to make it into the gym. 

For example, those who aren’t morning people probably won’t be able to push themselves to their full capacity at the crack of dawn. Similarly, those who work nights and evenings likely won’t have time for exercise later in the day. 

"Working out according to what is realistic for your schedule and preferences is key."

 

Each time of day, however, does present unique advantages. Those who work out in the morning might find they sleep more soundly at night, for example. Meanwhile, lifting weights between noon and 4 p.m. may result in better performance. 


With all that said, working out according to what is realistic for your schedule and preferences is key. In fact, being consistent with your workout schedule is shown to lower perceived exhaustion and improve your results. 

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

 



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