When is the best time for swimming

When is the best time for swimming

Exercise in the morning: When you wake up in the morning, the human body is in a state of low blood sugar and there is not much glycogen in the body, fitness exercise (aerobic exercise) will Use more fat to fuel your body and lose weight better.

Exercise after the lunch break: During this period of time when the human body eats (breakfast, lunch) and rests, the muscle speed, strength and endurance are in a relatively optimal state, and you will receive better fitness results.

Exercise after work: That is, around 6 o'clock in the evening, because this is not only conducive to relieving the work pressure of the day but also relaxes the mood.

Exercise at night: The flexibility of the muscles and joints of the human body is the best, after exercising for 1 to 2 hours before going to bed, the quality of sleep will be very high.

So what is the best time of day to do a swimming workout? Well, It is a very good question. My answers are it really depends on your lifestyle and your personal goals. If you swimming for fitness and weightloss, swimming in the morning will be faster to accomplish your goal. Afternoon swimming will help to improve your swim skills easier. Swim after work will help to relax your body. Swim at night will help you sleep better.

After all it is best to arrange it at the same time, because fixed fitness exercises develop good exercise habits, help the conditioned reflex of the body's internal organs, and make people quickly enter the state of exercise to provide enough energy for fitness exercise to achieve better fitness effect. However, there is also a way to verify whether the timing of your exercise is the best, If you feel full of energy after exercising for a period of time, your appetite is good, your sleep quality is good, and your pulse is in a quiet state and the beats per minute are similar to or slower than before, it means that your current exercise volume and exercise time are very suitable. On the contrary, it means that your exercise is too much or the time of exercise is wrong.

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