Workout Timing

Workout Timing

Workout Timing

PROs and CONS of Workout Timing:

Morning Workouts: 

People working out in the morning tend to be more consistent.  It’s less likely that a meeting will get dropped on you last second, and your boss won’t be grabbing you on the way out the door for a last-minute deadline.  Morning workouts also get the blood flowing, increasing circulation to the brain, which can help you perform better at work. 

On the flip side, morning workouts can dig into our precious sleep.  Most Americans are already low on sleep, so be careful you aren’t sacrificing an hour to two of sleep every night. 


Evening Workouts:

Evening workouts may work better if you feel like your energy is higher later in the day.  Your work is behind you, so you aren’t worrying about what’s coming up.  It may work better for your schedule and you aren’t losing sleep over it.  It can be a good way to wind down your busy day. 

Be careful you aren’t working out too close to bedtime, as the increase in energy can sometimes affect sleep quality. 


The bottom line is that you need to find a workout time that fits your schedule.  Once you find a time that works, put it into your schedule and make it a priority.  Block yourself off at work, let your family and co-workers know this will be a normal thing. 

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