The thought of getting up early to run, bike or exercise may sound like an impossible mission, but if you want to lose weight, change your attitude.
The latest research shows that exercise in the morning has a greater effect on sleep-saving efforts than training at any other time of the day.
Midwest Exercise Trial 2 exercise and slimming test results show that people who exercise in the morning lose more pounds than those who exercise in the afternoon or evening.
More than 100 men and women of overweight who participated five times a week participated in the test.
Each participant exercised until he burned 600 calories.
After 10 months of tennis, almost everyone was weakened, but there was a difference between those who exercised at 7 am and those who exercised at 7 pm.
The conclusion is that respondents who exercised in the morning were more active during the day compared to those who exercised in the afternoon.
Professor Eric Willis of the University of Carolina’s Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention says there is a link between losing weight and training time, but more research is certainly needed.
“It is important to emphasize that if you are not able to exercise in the morning, it does not mean that your exercise in other parts of the day is worthless. Any exercise, when ever it’s better than no exercise, “he recommends.