Consistency is more important than timing of workout, expert says

02/7/2013 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Little research has been done to compare exercise late in the day with early workouts, but the important element is sticking to a routine, says Kris Berg of the University of Nebraska at Omaha clinical exercise physiology lab. Nutrition is key following a workout, and Berg says there is a two-hour window after exercise during which more carbohydrates can be stored in muscles to help with energy needs later in the day.

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