Does the early bird always get the worm? There’s been a long-standing debate over the optimum time to workout due to the physiological effects exercise has on the body. In the industry, many experts feel that morning workouts hold greater advantages than those in the evening, while others believe the opposite. With science backing up both fields of thought, one might come to realize that ultimately, it doesn’t even matter.

For sure, working out in the morning can give more energy for the rest of the day, but for others, exercise improves sleep quality.

Kris gives his opinion, but one thing you’ll have to remember after watching this video is that ultimately training is what is important, whether it’s early in the morning or at late at night.

Should you workout in the morning or at night?

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