Did you know it “Matters” what time of day you Exercise?
This would really go a long way for you if you do exercise every day. So take a look-see and see how it works for you.
A new study has found that the best time to work out can depend on what kind of health benefits you’re looking to achieve.
For example, let’s say you’re looking to lose fat. Women who work out in the morning are more likely to lose excess belly fat, while men who work out in the evening burn more fat.
The study found that evening exercise in women “increases upper body muscular strength, power, and endurance, and improves overall mood and nutritional satiety.” (It’s unclear if that then applies to men who exercise in the morning.)
The study does point out that exercise at any time of day improves your health . . . so don’t use this time-of-day thing as an excuse NOT to do anything.