Scientific studies often come with mixed results, especially when they try to answer very complex questions or to investigate things that are subject to the influence of many different and different factors.
Perhaps this is what happened when two separate studies attempted to answer the same question: What is the most appropriate time for exercise, which best results on the body?
The first study conducted by researchers from the Weizmann Institute of Science, while the second study, conducted by researchers from the Epigenetics and Metabolism at the University of California Center, was published both studies on the same day and in the same journal: cellular metabolism Cell Metabolism.
In both studies, the researchers relied on experiments on mice, which are somewhat similar to humans in their daily system associated with sunrise and absence, meaning they are active during the day and sleep at night.
Researchers in the first study comparing the performance of the athlete mice at different times of the day by placing them on the table special happened, and found that the mice’s performance was higher in the evening, and compound levels called (5-amino Aimidyasul-4-carboxy Med), a A compound necessary for metabolism, was higher in the evening, which strengthened researchers’ conviction that the evening is better for exercise.
In the second study, the researchers also compared the athletic performance of mice at different times of the day by placing them on the table special happened, but they focused on the changes in the muscular tissue of the mice changes that lead to the dismantling of glucose and oxidation of lipids (fat burning). They found the metabolic process was better during late morning exercises (before noon).
Regardless of the most appropriate timing for exercise, exercise is certainly the best option and everyone agrees, and inactivity is the first enemy of health!
The first paper can be found at:
The second paper can be found at: