Some research suggests that people who work out in the morning are more likely to stick with their exercise program, but this may be because they get it "out of the way" first thing and are thus less likely to skip an evening workout due to fatigue or a busy schedule. In addition, you may choose to exercise in the morning if you live in an area where smog, heat, or other environmental factors can spoil your (outdoor) workout because the air is coolest and clearest at that time. But no studies have shown that you get a better, more efficient workout if you exercise in the morning. The best time is really a matter of individual choice, and what works for your roommate may be entirely different from what works for you. Working out in the a.m., for instance, isn't better than working out at night if you find it tough to roll out of bed at that hour -- or if you feel so stiff in the morning that exercise seems like a horrible chore you'd be all too glad to skip. Similarly, if you find yourself much more energetic at dusk than at dawn, p.m. exercise may be best for you. You may find that an evening workout offers other benefits. Although conventional wisdom has it that late-night workouts can make it harder to fall asleep, there's actually no evidence to support that notion. In fact, exercising at night can help allay anxiety, allowing people who are normally kept awake by stress to get a better night's sleep. But hands down, the best time for you to exercise is when you'll be most likely to do it and do it regularly. So decide what's convenient for you and when you most enjoy a workout. Make it a top priority --whatever time of day you choose to do it.
Finding Your Own Best Time to Exercise. You may work out in the morning for a few weeks, then try noon, then early evening.
no but if you exercise just before you go to sleep its best you warm down and slow your hart rate
In my opinion, I would exercise in the mourning. I would do this because in the afternoon, you will be tired and you will put it off for the next day. then eventually, you just wont exercise
Morning is a good time to exercise, I find that it helps get me ready for the day. Before bed is probably the worst time because it can make it quite difficult to get to sleep. More important than the time you exercise is that you do it. If you can find a time that you can do it every day, use it.
I, personaly, think that the best time to exercise is morning because the morning air is fresh and you are energetic at this time.
The best time of day to work out is an individual preference. It is the part of day you can make time to exercise. Personally, I make it a priority to run shortly after I wake up (30-60 minutes). This works well for me because I have run very consistently in the morning for the past 35 yrs. Exercise must be a priority or you may never find time to work out.
It's better in the afternoon or around 5. Definitely about 3 hours before you go to sleep.
Before eating is the best time to do it because your body's metabolism is sped up after exercise.
Any exercise is better than nothing, but it is recommended that you get about 30 minutes of exercise per day. More if you can.
running every day :)
Finding the right time to exercise is often the key to staying in shape and looking great. Some people like to exercise in the early morning hours while others like to go for a fast run at night. Experts agree that there is no best time to exercise for everyone. Fitness experts also find that the best time to exercise is the time when one is more likely to stick with the exercise program.
In the morning
Different for each individual.
The morning. It is shown that you burn more fat running for 20 minutes in the morning than running for 30 minutes later on in the day
Exercise isn't relevant to when you weigh in. The best time to weigh yourself is first thing in the morning, before you have eaten anything. Whenever you do weigh in, pick a consistent time of day to get consistent results.
It is best to go outside and exercise your German shepherd twice a day for 1-2 hours at a time but if your dog has little energy then i would exercise him/her twice a day for 30 min. but if he has a lot of energy than you should exercise him/her twice a day for 2 hours. But you should NEVER exercise a dog once a day for 4 hours so that you wont have to go twice a day for 1-2 hours because exerciving to much can cause your dog to have a heatstroke which can be fatal.
The best time of the day to vacuum is in the morning.
No, but increase d time gradually day by day...
The best fat burners to use are your legs! Exercise, exercise, exercise and eat right and healthy and you will see a great difference over time!
You should exercise at least 30 minutes a day. But if you don't have time to exercise for 30 minutes altogether you can split the time into intervals. But make sure they are at least 10 minutes long because if you exercise for less than 10 minutes it will not effect you.
twice or three times
walking/running remember if your an adult you have to exercise at least an hour a day, if your a teen you have to exercise for at least 30 minutes a day. \ But an hour is better for you.