Morning Workout Benefits Include Curbing Appetite And More

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Do you wake up just needing that breakfast sandwich? Cravings can be hard to ignore, but they might be more manageable with a little morning exercise, according to a small study published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise.

But first-thing fitness is useful for a lot more than just staving cravings. While some research suggests that the late afternoon is an optimal time to exercise, we'd like to posit that morning workouts have their advantages. Click on to see what else AM exercise can do for you. And if you're not a natural to the whole "exertion in the morning" thing, take heart: you can train your body to reach its personal best simply by sticking to exercise at the same time each day, according to research from the University of Texas, Denton. They found that people reported less fatigue and better performance if they worked out at the same time each day. In other words: force yourself up and eventually it'll be second nature.

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