UK Personal Trainer Jamie Bantleman, on the best time to train:
In an ideal world, training in the morning could be suggested to be the best time to train. This is due to the fact that it allows for your body to spend the rest of the day recovering and replenishing what was lost in the workout.
It would also ensure there are not high spikes in cortisol (stress hormone, that creates muscular atrophy) throughout the day.
However, timings on when to train are highly dependent on many different factors such as:
✓ Circadian rhythm
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