As you continue getting into a regular exercise routine, you may be wondering whether or not there is an optimal time of day to work out. Despite what you may have heard about the best time of day to exercise , it is best to pay attention to your own body clock.
Know you're not a morning person? Then a.m. work-outs might not be for you. The reverse goes for early birds: your internal rhythm can play a big role in your motivation and commitment to your exercise routine. Some evidence has also linked your body clock to overall physical performance.
Consider and work around your usual ebb and flow this week. At which point in the day are you most positive, energetic and ready to go? That's the perfect time to get active!