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Weight loss is a mountainous task, which requires consistency and determination. One has to make small progress every day to achieve their weight loss goal. But sometimes even small things can make a great difference like your sleeping routine or the time you are exercising.
When it comes to exercising for weight loss, it is generally believed that your effort and regularity matter more than any other thing. And the timing merely plays a role in shedding kilos.
However, this might not be true completely. As per some researchers, exercising in the evening can help you achieve your weight loss goal faster than exercising in the morning.
A review of two studies, which was carried out to assess the link between body clocks and physical activity concluded that exercising in the evening might be more productive as compared to exercising in the morning.

Both the studies were carried out primarily on mice. The major challenge the scientists had was to translate mouse hours into human ones because mice are nocturnal. Later the scientists carried the same test on 12 humans and found the results to be similar.
It is said that the oxygen consumption is lower in the evening, which improves your performance and you eventually lose weight a little faster. In the study, it was also found that a protein known as HIF-1a, which has a crucial role to play in weight loss, is activated by exercise in different ways depending on the time of day.

In fact, as per the American Council on Exercise, the performance level is better in the evening due to flexed and warm muscles. Moreover, the exertion rate is low, the strength is optimal and the resting heart rate and blood pressure are in control.
Certainly, there are proofs that support the claim that exercising in the evening is better than exercising in the morning for weight loss, but the pieces of evidence are very limited. More research is needed to come to a strong conclusion on this matter.

Till that time whether you choose to exercise in the morning or the evening, try to be consistent and add variety in your workout routine. Here are a few things you need to be careful about if you are exercising in the evening.
Exercise 4-5 hours before going to bed, else it will be difficult for you to fall asleep at night.
Fuel yourself properly before exercising. Your body needs energy to perform strenuous exercise.
Add different kinds of workout like strength training, bodyweight exercises and cardio for better results.
Remember only exercising will not help you reach your goal. A healthy and nutritious diet is equally important.
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