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  •  0  1 1 minute ago
  • I’m officially retiring my backpack and upgrading to a gym bag 😁🙌🏼 I’ve got to much gear and it doesn’t fit in my backpack anymore 🙈 if you guys are curious about all my gear I’ll be switching everything over tonight on my stories 🧐
    By the way peep my 3MB tank 🙏🏼⛪️
  • I’m officially retiring my backpack and upgrading to a gym bag 😁🙌🏼 I’ve got to much gear and it doesn’t fit in my backpack anymore 🙈 if you guys are curious about all my gear I’ll be switching everything over tonight on my stories 🧐
By the way peep my 3MB tank 🙏🏼⛪️
  •  0  1 2 minutes ago
  • Finding the perfect time to exercise is as much about personal preference as it is physiology. Exercise is supposed to feel good—but if muscles are tight in the morning or working out too late disrupts sleep, it can feel counterproductive.

    Plenty of people tout the benefits of early morning sweat sessions, but if you can't fit in a workout before noon, don't sweat it. Research suggests the body could adapt to regular gym dates, so if we hit the weight room every day at 4 p.m., eventually we might perform better at that time than at any other time of day.
    These findings are similar to earlier research, which suggests that sticking to a specific workout time can result in better performance, higher oxygen consumption, and lower perceived exhaustion.
    Your body's core temperature is an important factor in determining the quality of exercise. The afternoon is also when reaction time is quickest and heart rate and blood pressure are lowest, all of which combine to improve performance and reduce the overall likelihood of injury.
    Hormone levels are also important in determining optimal workout time. Testosterone is important for muscle growth and strength, in ladies and gents. And the body produces more testosterone during late afternoon resistance training than it does during morning workouts.

    It's sometimes easier to keep a morning workout routine consistent. Morning workouts might also be a good option for stress-free snoozing. Since exercise increases heart rate and body temperature, working out too late in the evening (generally after 8 p.m.) may disrupt sleep, while one study showed that working out at 7 a.m. (compared to 1 p.m. or 7 p.m.) may help people sleep more soundly at night.
    Finally, studies found that 45 minutes of moderate morning exercise (like walking briskly on the treadmill) helped curb appetite directly after working out. Research also shows that people can burn up to 20 percent more body fat exercising on an empty stomach—much easier to do first thing in the a.m. than at night

    In the end, it's most important to find a realistic, consistent workout schedule, no matter what the time.
  • Finding the perfect time to exercise is as much about personal preference as it is physiology. Exercise is supposed to feel good—but if muscles are tight in the morning or working out too late disrupts sleep, it can feel counterproductive.

Plenty of people tout the benefits of early morning sweat sessions, but if you can't fit in a workout before noon, don't sweat it. Research suggests the body could adapt to regular gym dates, so if we hit the weight room every day at 4 p.m., eventually we might perform better at that time than at any other time of day.
These findings are similar to earlier research, which suggests that sticking to a specific workout time can result in better performance, higher oxygen consumption, and lower perceived exhaustion.
Your body's core temperature is an important factor in determining the quality of exercise. The afternoon is also when reaction time is quickest and heart rate and blood pressure are lowest, all of which combine to improve performance and reduce the overall likelihood of injury.
Hormone levels are also important in determining optimal workout time. Testosterone is important for muscle growth and strength, in ladies and gents. And the body produces more testosterone during late afternoon resistance training than it does during morning workouts.

It's sometimes easier to keep a morning workout routine consistent. Morning workouts might also be a good option for stress-free snoozing. Since exercise increases heart rate and body temperature, working out too late in the evening (generally after 8 p.m.) may disrupt sleep, while one study showed that working out at 7 a.m. (compared to 1 p.m. or 7 p.m.) may help people sleep more soundly at night.
Finally, studies found that 45 minutes of moderate morning exercise (like walking briskly on the treadmill) helped curb appetite directly after working out. Research also shows that people can burn up to 20 percent more body fat exercising on an empty stomach—much easier to do first thing in the a.m. than at night

In the end, it's most important to find a realistic, consistent workout schedule, no matter what the time.
  •  3  1 3 minutes ago
  • Happy monday! ❤️
  • Happy monday! ❤️
  •  6  2 3 minutes ago
  • Dando o Start na semana da melhor maneira! 🏋️‍♂️ 💪🏻
  • Dando o Start na semana da melhor maneira! 🏋️‍♂️ 💪🏻
  •  11  3 4 minutes ago