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What's the best time of day to workout?After a week of getting up before 6 a.m., I'm ready to try a night class. I haven't minded the early morning hours, but I often experience an 11 a.m. slump -- when all I want to do is crawl under my desk and take a 30-minute nap.
I'm a little wary about switching my workout time. I've always heard how much better it is if you work out in the morning. It gets your metabolism going, boosts your energy, gives you super human strength and intelligence, blah, blah, blah. Does your workout time really make a difference? According to Barry, the answer is no. "It's just a personal preference. The important thing is that you're working out."
And with that I start attending night classes ... that is until an old hip injury gets in the way.
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