What is the best time of day to do exercise?
Firstly you must assess and select the time of day which best suits your daily routine. Choosing the best time of day for you necessitates taking into account the following factors:
- Sleep. To ensure adequate rest is the first piece of the puzzle you are going to put into place
- Stress. Leading a stressful life is the primary cause of people not doing exercise, but it is essential to know that physical exercise (intensive or not) will help you to minimise stress by releasing the body’s endorphins.
- Fatigue. A tired body is more prone to injury, for this reason, returning to the first point, for training to be effective it is essential to respect periods of rest and recuperation, in that way avoiding injuries that might be incurred during training.
The aforementioned factors pertain to the personal circumstances that affect your training making it more or less effective.
IF YOUR MIND IS SWITCHED ON, YOUR BODY WILL BE TOO
Listen to your body, choose the time that best suits you, focus, and enjoy the moment. Feel good.
Are you a morning person? Then start the day at the gym, stick your work clothes in a bag and begin the day in sportswear.
Make the best of meal times! While everyone else is stuffing themselves with heavy meals, eat something light and do some exercise. You’ll find out how good it feels.
Just because the sun has gone down doesn’t mean it’s time to go to bed, train in the evening/at night and relax in the sauna after a long day of meetings and endless e-mails
Accomplishing these things depends on you. YOU MUST DECIDE WHEN THE BEST MOMENT IS to recharge your batteries.
Follow these small pieces of advice and you will help your body to relax and repair itself.