Working Out! Is the Morning Better?

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Working Out! Is the Morning Better?

Studies do support working out in the morning. A study published in The National Library of Medicine took a look at how women responded to food after working out first thing in the morning.

When the participants — those of healthy body weights, and those who were obese — walked briskly for 45 minutes, they were less distracted by delicious-looking food photos compared to when they did not exercise at all.

Other reasons to work out in the morning? Studies suggest that revving up your fitness regime in the evening could impede your sleep. Exercise increases your heart rate and body temperature. That means that late night exercising may hamper your ability to get some shut-eye.  Studies have shown that working out at 7 a.m., compared to later in the afternoon or evening, may help you get more quality sleep at night.

So put on those sneakers (or pilates clothes) because exercising in the morning has many benefits. Even if you can only manage 12-15 minutes per day, get your heart pumping and get your day off to a great start.

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