I prefer before work, because after work there is always something that pops up. But if a have a spare time I workout after work also.
I just rather do it before work, because then I know that I have no excuse not to workout even if it is only for 30 min.
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I've done both however, prefer to work out in the evenings. There's no rush for me to be anywhere and I can take my time which allows for a longer workout. It help me review my day, it releases the stress of the day and allows me to prepare for the next day.
I think I should stick to morning workouts, after work its hit or miss. I let the type of day I had determine if I work out or not. In the morning it's all good, as long as I've gotten enough sleep the night before
I like working out after work - I either go to the gym after work, or do a dvd at home. It helps me unwind and get my mind off of work. If I'm going out in the evening, I'll get up early and do a dvd in the morning. Also on weekends, it's earlier to work out in the morning.
I actually work out before AND after work most days. I go to a bootcamp at either 5 AM or 5:30 PM and the days that I go in the evening, I go walking at 545 AM for at least an hour. On the mornings where I go to bootcamp, I will either go to a class at the gym or work out with my friend or fiance.
Lord knows I've tried working out in the morning, but it's really hard. The earliest I've done is either 6 or 6:30. Anything earlier than that, I'm dragging tail, LOL. I admire all of yall that get it in first thing in the morning.
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