Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body" - Joseph Addison

Staying fit and healthy is very important. You need to keep a close watch to your diet and make sure you eat healthy and nutritious diet every day. It is hard to find time to exercise these days especially for those who work in the office. But you need to find out the best time to exercise so that you keep your energy level high and stay fit for longer time.

There's never a bad time to do something healthy. When it comes to maximizing your health, timing is everything so it is very well said by one of the writer Edlund “If you can get your innate body rhythms in sync with the food, activity, and rest you need, you can not only get healthier but even start feel better in your day to day regime.

Your Body Clock

Your body's rhythm determines whether you're a night owl or an early bird. These rhythms influence body functions such as blood pressure, body temperature, hormone levels, and heart rate, all of which play a role in your body's readiness for exercise.

Using your body clock as a guide to when to go for a walk or hit the gym will show you the best time to exercise.

The Perks of Morning Exercise

If you have trouble with consistency, morning may be your best time to exercise, experts say.

"Research suggests in terms of performing a consistent exercise habit, individuals who exercise in the morning tend to do better," says Cedric Bryant, PhD, chief science officer with the American Council on Exercise in San Diego. “The thinking is that they get their exercise in before other time pressures interfere," Bryant says. He recommends that if you exercise in the morning, when body temperature is lower, you should allow more time to warm up than you would later in the day.

Finding Your Own Best Time to Exercise

Work out in the morning for a few weeks, then try noon, then early evening. Which do you enjoy most and which makes you feel best afterward? The answer to this question may help you in finding the best time to exercise."Most of all, find a time that helps you make your exercise a regular, consistent part of your life," says Aldana, a professor of lifestyle medicine in the department of exercise sciences at Brigham Young University in Provo.

So When Should You Exercise?
If you are not currently active, and have the ability to work out in the late afternoon, start here, and see if you can develop a routine. This may be a good incentive to leave work on time, or to include co-workers or your kids in your workout routine. Plus, you can work off the stress of your day so you don’t bring it home with you. So one day, you'll reach a point where daily exercise comes as naturally as breathing.

Try to pick up a time of a day for the exercises and that will become the best time to exercise.