Hi – here is some great info i thought might help you!
A study from the Mollen Clinic in Phoenix, US, reported that after one year 75% of morning exercisers were still sticking to their workouts as opposed to only 25% of evening exercisers.
Having said this – the best time of the day to work out is the time of day that you are most likely to actually work out.
If you are not a morning person and will never consistently wake up to fit your exercise in, then morning is not a good time for you. On the other hand, if, as the day goes on, you usually encounter distraction after distraction, then perhaps a morning workout is your ideal time.
My advice is to take a good look at your daily and weekly routine and determine what is most convenient for you. What time can you be most consistent with ?
The bottom line is whether you exercise in the morning, over your lunch hour or before bed, you are getting extra movement you wouldn’t normally have.
So whichever time you choose, keep it up!
“You cannot save time, you can only spend it differently”