Updated on December 6, 2016
The best time to workout will greatly depend on your workload and schedule. However researchers and personal trainers say that morning workouts are the best as they help people consistent and consistency gains results. Here are the pros and cons of working out in the morning
Get it out of the way early – Working out in the morning reduces the risk of you cancelling your workout to go out or just to relax in front of the TV. If you work a regular 9-5 job, working out in the morning will reduce the risk of last minute work tasks getting in the way of your workout.
Beat the crowds – By getting to the gym early, you will be able to avoid the crowds and be able to get the workout machines you require.
Get better sleep – Morning workouts help sleep and sleep quality. Often an evening or late night workout can leave you wired and make it hard to fall asleep.
It feels more difficult – Morning workouts feel more difficult, because your muscles are stiff and cold. However, a good 15 minute warm-up will get you ready for your gym session.
Require planning – You will have to plan your workout clothes and your work wear ahead of time to ensure that you have sufficient time to make it to the gym.