When Is The Best Time To Work Out

and how can I get in shape?

While it depends on your goals and preferences, the best time to work out is when you’re rested. You may be able to pull off a great workout early in the day if that’s what works for you, but try not to overdo it. If you’re trying to lose weight or build muscle mass, stick with one exercise at a time and don’t overdo it during your first couple workouts.

Within six weeks of beginning an exercise program, most people see improvements in their strength levels as well as decreases in fatigue and soreness.[7] But there’s no hard-and-fast rule about which exercises are more effective than others—it also depends on which ones you do! A great place to start is with free weights like dumbbells or barbells; then move into machines like weight machines or even just plain ol’ bodyweight drills (pushups). It’s important that whatever type of equipment you use is comfortable for you since pain has been shown to decrease testosterone production,[8] so avoid any sort of equipment that causes discomfort! What types of cardio exercises should I do?

There are many kinds of cardio exercises—some lighthearted (like skipping), some intense (like interval training) and some both (walking). The key thing about these activities is variety: vary up your routine by changing things up every once in awhile. Some good examples include HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)