But on the rare occasion when I exercise at night I find it very satisfying as it relieves all the built up stress and tension in my body from the days toils it really helps me to have a good night sleep and wake up refreshed in the morning.
So in summary I find it easier to exercise at night than in the afternoon
I guess the crux was if you know you'll struggle to rely on willpower in the beginning, exercise early. Get your body and mind into the practice of expecting exercise and movement. Get to the point where you notice you miss it (when you're not able to do it), then I found I was almost ready to play with it because the I really wanted to do it. So you can opt for a short session (at home) in the morning and longer after work.
I don't go too late though else it wakes up my mind/body too much.
Hope that helps.
But sometimes i felt too tired after work that i fell asleep before dinner time and skipped the exercises as well.
Now that i am using this Fabulous apps sometimes i found it messing up with the arrangement like exercuses comes up after breakfast thats a bad thing. I mean no one wants to do push up or sprint right after you eat. Your tummy is full and you dont want to get hungry faster.
Its good to sweat in the morning before shower so your body will be ready for the day bcz you have strecthed your body and you fully awake. I dont like heavy exercises bcz i dont want to get sleepy around 10am. I like the sprints and strecth but still i wish they dont come after breakfast.
So i will just rearrange them again so that i will have breakfast after exercise and shower.
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