Early Morning Late Night Energy BoostWhen working on YOUR time it takes a certain amount of discipline to get these WODs done. This WOD provides an early morning late night energy boost. Of course depending on what kind of person you are, it works for both.

I am more of a morning person myself so having energy in the morning is NO problem for me. Some would say workout in the morning then right? There is no right or wrong answer to the question…

Should I workout in the morning or at night?

Science tells us that if you workout in the morning you’ll be less likely to make unhealthy choices. But when there are treats in the break room for someone’s birthday, my intuition and personal experience tells me you’re going to have at LEAST one serving.

On top of that the mid day crash is real. That 2-3pm hour struggle is REAL.

Of course everyone might already know that working out at night is not recommended either because of the energy boost it provides. Sitting wide awake at 10pm post WOD is not fun, but it’s all about preference. What you work nights? Working out before you go to work is crucial.

Look, you don’t have to over think this, which is what many people do. Simply play around with what works for you. Some days early morning workouts are great for me and other days they actually drain my day.

I simply listen to my body in a way that I control what happens. And by control I mean energy level. If I feel sluggish I crank out a few rounds of that day’s WOD. Chances are I’ll need another “Quick HIIT” of the WOD (see what I did there wink wink).

There are also times when I feel SO energized at night and the BEST thing to do is crank out a few more rounds of that day’s WOD to wear myself out.

As a result of the total rounds of the WOD, a person creates the caloric deficit required to lose the desired body fat. Meaning you will feel better and your body will thank you for it in mirror.

So let’s get to that energy Boost shall we?

WOD #209 Early Morning Late Night Energy Boost

Warm-Up 5 Minutes Cardio
1-6 Rounds

  • Lying Leg Raise – 10-20 Reps Each Side
  • Reverse Fly – 10-20 Reps Total
  • Knee Pumps – 20 Reps Each Side
  • Tricep Push-Ups

Cool Down – 5 Deep Breaths In Down Dog Pose

Have Fun!

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