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Ok guys here's the scoop I normally work 4pm- midnight and would like to do a morning workout but sometimes I work til 2 or 4 am I just want a good time to work out it's hard to adjust work and home
 

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Find whatever time worms best for you, most pwople work during the day so they workout in the early morning, because your usually tired after work.
 

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Ok guys here's the scoop I normally work 4pm- midnight and would like to do a morning workout but sometimes I work til 2 or 4 am I just want a good time to work out it's hard to adjust work and home
bigwuz, once you are into your fitness regiment ( after 3-6 weeks ) your workouts will raise your energy level for several hours afterwards. It won't make you sleepy, actually the opposite, more alert and sharp. Thus I recommend doing it as part of your "before work" routine. Doing it after work will end up keeping you up at night, it can be hard to go to sleep after a good workout due to adrenaline.
 

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Workout immediately after you wake up from a GOOD QUALITY sleep.

Recovery is goat.

I train 5 times a week at home. Usual stuff
- crunches
- pushups
- squats

Lack of weights = stuffing backpack with sandbags ~ 20 kgs.

Progressive overload ftw

Mix in proper warmups and cardio 3x a week. 45 minutes minimum.

I never train over 1 hour. Studies show overtraining reduces gains, raises cortisol, reduces test and shrinks muscles.

Hydrate well before during after.

Creatine + whey supplements post workout.
Carbs maxx after workout.

I suggest starting strength and bigger leaner stronger for fundamentals
 

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Have you heard of micro workouts? Check it out on youtube
 

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I worked mids before and found that getting home and getting some sleep before my workout made a massive difference. If your done at midnight I would get 7-8 hours of sleep and workout in the morning. If your getting done at 2am... same.... 4 am... get home and take a nap... 3-4 hours... workout... and do whatever else during the day but take another small nap before you go in.
 

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Once you start working out it becomes an addiction, you start to hate junk food and being a lazy slob who watches tv all day.
 

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Once you start working out it becomes an addiction, you start to hate junk food and being a lazy slob who watches tv all day.
This is absolutely true... I started working out in 1996, my sophomore year in highschool. I can count on my one hand how many times I’ve eaten fast food or drank soda since then.
 

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It doesn't matter when you train, what matters is how you feel. I used to train at night because I was working long hours, now I train in the morning because I have enough time.
 
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