Timing isn’t everything when it comes to exercise

LA CROSSE (WKBT) — A new study shows that getting active in the morning isn’t the only time to lose weight.

This study had 100 people work out five times a week at a lab until they burned around 600 calories.

The end result was that it is all about consistency.

Doctors recommend working out when it’s best for you… And you don’t need to change your routine to do it.

“The best time to work out would be the time you’re most consistent with it,” said Gundersen Health System wellness education specialist Shayna Schertz. “For many, right away in the morning is a great time because it’s before their day gets started before any obstacles come up.”

Doctors also recommend having plenty of water to drink to avoid dehydration during exercise.