The short answer from an interventional cardiologist
Q: I’m committed to following my doctor’s advice and exercising regularly. Does it matter what time of day I exercise? Is there a best time?
A: Depending on your exercise goals, there may be specific benefits to working out at a particular time of day.
Exercising in the morning may be associated with lower blood pressure, better sleep and greater weight loss, due to improved fat burning and appetite suppression. Studies also suggest that people tend to be more consistent with morning exercise, due to fewer distractions that are likely to
interrupt their routines later in the day.
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