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সকালের শরীর চর্চা কেন বেশী কার্যকর হয় ?

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asked Jan 24, 2014 in Health & Medicine by Jobayer Ahmed01 (278 points)
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answered Jan 25, 2014 by আজাদ (4,233 points)

It's true if you burn 300 calories in the evening, it's the same as if you worked them off in the morning. So what's the big deal about making your exercise routine a morning activity? Well, experts say there are real physical and psychological benefits to exercising in the a.m. Here's why you should do it:

You're twice as likely to exercise early. As the day moves along, we usually find there's something else to do that's more important than working out. If you want to exercise on a regular basis, the odds are in your favor if you squeeze your workout in the early morning hours. In fact, more than 90% of those who exercise consistently have a morning fitness routine.

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It boosts your metabolism. Some exercise experts say that when you exercise in the morning you jump-start your metabolism and it can stay on the upswing for the rest of the day. With a metabolism on the move, you burn more calories throughout the day, even when you're off the treadmill.

It gets your mojo on. A morning workout energizes you for the rest of your day. And you'll get a psychological boost knowing you've already accomplished something that's good for you.

Your brain power gets pumped up. Studies have shown that exercise significantly increases mental sharpness. Exercising in the a.m. means you start your day without mental fogginess.

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It reduces your appetite. Morning exercisers report that exercising in the a.m. helps them to keep their appetite on a even keel for the rest of the day -- they tend to snack, even binge, less. Not only do they eat less (since activity causes the release of endorphins, which in turn diminishes appetite), they also choose healthier portions of healthier foods.

You'll sleep better. Even though you may have to wake up earlier to fit in thirty minutes of routine exercise you'll sleep better that night, since exercise has been shown to help improve slumber. Plus, you're regulating your body clock by awakening the same time each morning.

You'll want to do it. Folks who stick to an a.m. exercise routine find they eventually look forward to waking up in the morning, so they can get to their workout!

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answered Jan 25, 2014 by আজাদ (4,233 points)


exercising before breakfastA new study suggests that exercising in the morning, before eating, can significantly lessen the ill effects of a poor holiday diet.

Researchers recruited healthy, active young men and fed them a bad diet for six weeks. A group of them that exercised before breakfast gained almost no weight and showed no signs of insulin resistance. What's more, they burned the fat they were taking in more efficiently.

According to the New York Times:

"... [W]orking out before breakfast directly combated the two most detrimental effects of eating a high-fat, high-calorie diet. It also helped the men avoid gaining weight."


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answered Jan 25, 2014 by আজাদ (4,233 points)
Research suggests that morning exercise improves sleep, a benefit that could also promote weight loss, Bryant tells WebMD. One study of overweight women between the ages of 50 to 75 showed that those who engaged in consistent morning exercise (about four hours a week) slept better than those who exercised less. The evening exercisers had more trouble falling asleep - even if they fit in the four hours a week.

Bryant explains the connection of sleep and weight loss: "We know that if you have poor quality sleep, it influences certain hormones that control appetite. It is possible that by exercising in the morning -- instead of evening - the exercise affects the body's circadian rhythm (your internal body clock) so you get better-quality sleep. Good sleep helps control the hormonal balance that helps control appetite."

Brisk exercise (an hour or more daily) has helped more than 4,000 "successful losers" in The National Weight Control Registry -- they've all lost 30 pounds or more and kept it off for a year or longer. Many of them break up their exercise into shorter spurts throughout the day instead of doing a single, marathon workout session.

"Think of your morning exercise like a business appointment - one you can't easily cancel," says Gary Foster, PhD, clinical director of the weight and eating disorders program at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. "It takes discipline. But if you're overweight, you're at risk for a heart attack. If you don't do something about your weight, it's indirect self-destructive behavior. It's the same as smoking a pack of cigarettes daily. This has got to be the highest priority because it's your health."

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