It is well known that some of us are "morning" types, and some are "evening" types.
However, what is the factor that affects our biological clock? This is the circadian rhythm, which among other things, determines what the best time for exercise is!
Circadian rhythm (circa = around Diem =" day), i.e., the rhythm during a day, affects our body temperature (lower in the morning than in the afternoon), blood pressure (lower at night and increases before waking up in the morning), muscles (more robust in the afternoon), hormone levels, heart rate, etc.
A study conducted at the University of North Texas found that we can restore them based on our habits, although circadian rhythms are innate.
It has been observed that people who exercise in the morning "teach" their body to be ready for exercise in the morning, while if they exercise in the afternoon, they will have lower performance. The same goes for those who exercise in the afternoon.
As for athletes, studies have shown that a change in training time zone negatively affects their performance.
However, what is the best time to exercise? Take a look at the pros and cons of each zone of the day (morning, afternoon) to find which time suits you best.