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Times to Exercise
Published by: portlandfitness (16) on Fri, Feb 27, 2015  |  Word Count: 505  |  Comments ( 0)  l  Rating
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There are all sorts of debates about when the best time to exercise is. Some people insist it’s the morning, and are up at five AM every day to do their three mile jog. Others claim that midafternoon is best, insisting that working out right as the two-o’clock slump hits you’ll be more energized. Still more say that the best time to work out is in the evening. So which is it? As with most questions about the body, the answer is a lot less cut-and-dry than most people think.

There are some clear benefits to working out in the morning. First and foremost, it frees up your schedule for the rest of the day, meaning you don’t have to try to find time to exercise later. It also has some other benefits, such as boosting metabolism and energy levels for the rest of the day. Additionally, it can work as a nice kick-start for your day, theoretically replacing coffee for the less-dependent among us.

However, there are also benefits to working out in the afternoon. Physiologically, some studies point towards the afternoon as being an ideal time to work out. You’ll have more energy in the afternoon, and be able to push harder and do more during your workout. Besides, working out is a good way to unwind at the end of a long day, and since exercise can help reduce stress, working out after work can help you relax more and sleep better.

Obviously there are benefits to working out at either time, but which is better? Basically, it all comes down to you. How do you feel in the mornings? In the afternoons? Do you have to drag yourself through a workout if it’s any time after 2 PM, or do you hate the idea of getting up early and getting in a run? You should work out whenever you feel best doing so. There are possible benefits to doing it at either time, but the most important thing is that you get the workout in, not that you do it at the perfect time. If you can’t stomach the thought of getting up and working out before dawn, don’t do it. You probably won’t be able to talk yourself out of bed in the morning, and your workout probably won’t be very good even if you do. As with most things that have to do with the human body, everything is individual. Stick with whatever time gives you the best workout.

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