Train According to Your Body Clock


If improving your results in sports is something you find important, you should consider your chronotype and the current rhythm you live in when planning the workout schedule. Try to identify the best time for you to exercise. Morning Larks typically reach their physical performance peak around six hours after the natural wake-up time. Night Owls, on the other hand, improve their performance as the day progresses and often reach the highest point late in the afternoon. For many of us, the chronotype is somewhere between these two extremes. Therefore, the optimal time to exercise is highly individual.

Whether your rhythm leans towards mornings or evenings, keep it as consistent as possible and build your workout schedule accordingly.