What is the best time to workout?

Question: What is the best time to workout? Does morning workout has more helpful in achieving your goals?

Answer:  I am adding Scientific and social benefits of Morning/Evening Trainings. 
Males who are younger than 45 years age training to increase their muscle mass will benefit from early
morning trainings given the fact testosterone levels exhibit a circadian variation with peak levels in the morning. Now this is also not a magic bullet or a game changer but just advantageous. (reference: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4501456/ )

we all have certain schedules and personal preferences that dictate how we function on a day to day basis which are based on circadian rhythms: the daily cycles that our bodies follow. These rhythms originate in the hypothalamus and regulate everything from body temperature and metabolism to blood pressure. The rhythms result from the firing rate of neurons. They have conformed to our 24-hour light-to-dark cycle, and may be regulated and re-regulated each day according to the environment. I would highly encourage you to stick to a Regular time every day may be the mornings or evenings. But not frequently shuffle making it One day in the morning and other days evening. 

 If you are a regular exerciser, you may have already determined your most productive time to exercise and follow a routine that works best for you. If you feel good beginning your day with exercise then continue to do so. Studies have shown that people who exercise in the morning are more successful at making it a habit. The biggest advantage of training first thing in the morning is that you free up the rest of your day, allowing you to focus on work and enjoy your evening activities. More often than not, waiting till later in the day drops the priority level of training below other matters like kids and work. Training in the morning will help "jump-start" your metabolism and keep it elevated for up to 24 hours, thus burning more calories throughout the day.

Results: Training early mornings or Evenings have no impact as many of our clients including I progressed very well training either times and it has no significant impact.

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