New Study: The Timing of Your Workout May Make a Difference

A new study reveals that the best time to work out is during the day, when you and your muscles can work together with your internal circadian clock, the Daily Mail reports. The study found that your body’s circadian rhythm responds to exercise in different ways, depending on whether it’s light or dark outside. Circadian rhythms affect nearly every living organism, including plants, bacteria, insects and human beings. Largely based on signals of light and darkness, they are your...

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