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When is the best time to work out?

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Dr. Paul Hartlaub
Preventive Medicine

In brief: When you can

To my knowledge, there is no better time for working out.
The important thing is to do it, sometime. The hardest thing is to work it into your schedule on a regular basis, 30 minutes a day or more, so whatever works for you is best - there are many health benefits such as reducing risk for heart disease, arthritis, obesity, diabetes, and probably cancer. Thank you for asking.

In brief: When you can

To my knowledge, there is no better time for working out.
The important thing is to do it, sometime. The hardest thing is to work it into your schedule on a regular basis, 30 minutes a day or more, so whatever works for you is best - there are many health benefits such as reducing risk for heart disease, arthritis, obesity, diabetes, and probably cancer. Thank you for asking.
Dr. Paul Hartlaub
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