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This is Why You Should Run at Night

Updated at: Mar 24, 2018
Exercise & Fitness
Written by: Himanshu SharmaPublished at: Nov 17, 2017
This is Why You Should Run at Night

There is not one best time to work out. However, running at night can be a great idea during summer and for those who have tight morning schedule.

Breaking a sweat after the sun goes down can be a good idea! If you are always in a rush in the morning, drop the worry of not being able to work out. Drop your worries and look at night run benefits that are plenty.

Respite from Summer Heat

Summer nights are cool and a great time to run; respite from the heat is one of the benefits of running at night. Switch over to running at night for respite from heat during the day and to also make your workout more comfortable.

You'll Sweat Out Your Stress

Not having a good day at work? Running at night is one way to let your frustrations from a rough day, out. Exercise boosts endorphin production to relieve stress. So, unwind your mind with a night run!

Energy levels are better

Most people who work out in the morning are not warmed up all the time for exercise. In the morning, chances are that you will be sleepy and not all set to crush your workout. Work out, when you are not giving your 100%, can take time to show results.

No Disruption in Sleep

Waking up early can leave you sleep deprived. On the other hand, exercising at night isn't a snooze saboteur. In fact, you could sleep much better! Running at night will help you get a good night's rest and will lead to calmer mornings.

You Don’t Fight the Crowds

There are more morning larks than night owls when it comes to exercise. The fight for the jogging track is lesser. You will enjoy the freedom if you opt to run at night.

There is Plenty of Time

You are not getting late for work when you are a night bird. When you have ample time, you can push yourself harder and for longer periods. However, make sure you are not overtraining as it can injure you.

This doesn’t mean that working out at night has greater benefits than morning exercise. The most important thing is working out irrespective of the time of the day.

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