Better to exercise in morning or evening or does time of day matter?

Joana N.
Every person is different because i personnaly would prefer exercising in the evening because i am not a morning person.

Claudia F.
Best to get it done first thing when your willpower tank is full. It also wakes up your body and brain and gives you more energy for the day.

Sofie I.
According to Ayurveda the best time of the day to exercise is between 6am and 10am. An activity with a Yang quality (dynamic) will energise your nervous system for your day ahead.

Christine U.
I need a flexable option as my schedule changes daily. So for me it doesn't matter what time of day as long as I can get in some exercise.

Angelica Z.
I think in the morning is the best because you are fresh and do not have any worries, also you will have more energy because you were relaxed. Evening is a little bit harder because you already have all the worries from the day and the stress from traffic, meetings or even study, and after that you may just want to go to bed or eat and watch tv, sometimes you can actually enjoy better going to the gym in the evenings or go for a run, but i think morning routines work better than afternoon routines

Axel E.
Exercise anytime. Whenever you can. Mirning, afternoon, night, whatever works for you. Honestly there isn't a better or best time to do it as long as you are doing it at all

Robert C.
I'd say it really depends on you and how your body reacts. For me, it helps to workout closer to the end of my day because I release stress that way. But some would get too wired and not be able to sleep.

F Lvio N.
It’s better to exercise at a time that fits in to your schedule and is easy to set up as a habit. Will power tends to be higher when you first wake up, so it’s get generally a better time for most people. If you don’t work out in the AM, it’s much easier to say “I had a really hard day at work, I don’t feel like it” or “I’m not going to be able to cook dinner and get to bed at a reasonable time if I go to the gym now” or “I’m not going to do it now, but there’s still time…” and then not follow through. However, if you have a a time somewhere in your day where it’s more convenient to sneak in a work out, then that’s the best option.

Emma T.
Personally, any time you commit to working out is GREAT and you deserve a round of applause for any working out you did! I myself prefer to work out in the morning, as I have noticed I have a harder time committing to it later in the day. I’d also recommend starting small at first- really small if you have to. It’ll help you commit better to working out, and you’ll feel great about yourself!

Axel Q.
I don't know if it's more beneficial to workout at a certain time but i prefer to workout in the morning. Exercise makes some people tired so they do it at night and it helps them sleep. I feel energized afterwards so I do it first thing in the morning to wake me up. I tend to make excuses at night because I've done so much throughout the day I justify skipping my workout. I suggest you try both and just see what feels good to you 😊

Bubbles M.
I usually exercise in the morning. I find it easier to make time. However, the time is not important. It’s the action of doing the exercise that is

Samantha P.
I find it SO much easier to do it in the morning! Getting up and moving regularly was hard for me, but it's so nice to be able to have it done and the rest of the day ahead. Plus it gives me a lot of energy for the day! Packing my gym bag and putting my shoes/clothes at the end of my bed is very helpful as well. Just get up, get dressed, and move!

Lucille P.
You have to find what works for you and your schedule.
Right now, I found that yoga in the morning and workout at night just after work is what works for me.
Yoga in the morning wakes up my body and gives me time to set my intentions for the day -and it's easier to say no to that burger when I started my day moving a bit. Workout in the morning as I just wake up is too hard for me, my body is rusty in the first hours of the morning. Try to see how and when you can fit it in your schedule, try for 2 weeks and then switch around your planning for 2 other weeks, and figure out what works for you. What makes you feel good, keeps you motivated, and what you can fit in your social calendar as well.