The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that about 60-percent of Americans don’t hit their recommended activity level regularly. And 25 percent of adults admit to exercising zero minutes per week.
If you want to increase the chances of sticking to a workout, you could try setting a consistent time to workout. A study, released in 2020, found that doing so is more likely to make the workout happen.
Plus, morning workouts, in particular, were found to enhance weight loss, among participants with obesity.
It’s believed that these two things help because:
1) It’s easier to plan your workout and stick to the time; as you’re less likely to have say, a work interruption, if you’re working out before work begins,
2) Morning workouts potentially increased satiety, so you might feel less snacky, throughout the day, as it started with an all-natural energy boost.
Devour more, here: (Yahoo)