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    Day or night?

    Hi everyone!

    My name is Federico and I'm from Argentina.

    It's been a long time since I workout.
    I'm 22 years old and I stopped doing sports or whatever workout when I was around 15. My job doesn't require too strength and I hardly ever play a match of soccer with my friends.

    Some days ago I decided to get fit and I found this awesome web site. I was reading a lot of it.
    I'm completely new at this and I want some advices and tips to get stared. Also, I have a specific question... Should I train in the morning or nigh? What's better?

    #2
    xmagoVerde - Hi and welcome to the Hive We're glad to have you here!

    It doesn't really matter when you work out. What's important is that you find the time in the first place and stick to that. It will make it easier to develop a habit and train regularly.

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      #3
      Thanks Reaven, I will take that in count. I will start with the Foundations and ​​​​​​I'll add the meal plan as soon as I can.
      I'm happy to know that there's people that will guide me and help me in this because I do not know anything but I'll learn... Thanks

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        #4
        No problem We're here if you need anything.

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          #5
          Welcome!

          Foundation is a great start. Additionally you can do a challenge. I personally don‘t sleep well, when I do cardio in the evening hours, but I know people who don‘t have this problem. If possible I prefer working out in the morning.

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            #6
            Welcome xmagoVerde !
            I personally like to work out in the morning before breakfast. I used to work out before lunch, but then I changed my eating habits (to IF) so my workout moved. Here is an article about training on empty. Some friends of mine hit the gym later at night (22:00) before bed and it works well for them. Try different times and if You find the one that works best with Your lifestyle, stick to it. Like Raven mentioned, the most important thing is consistency.
            We are animals of habit. Starting a training regime is hard enough and habits help to to vanquish the inner temptation.
            Some other stuff:
            • Do not overdo it. Foundation is great, stick to it. If Your muscles are feeling stiff the next day thats ok, it will go away soon, but if something really hurts, take it easy!
            • If You feel underwhelmed, throw in a Daily Dare or Challenge.
            • Keep track of your efforts. I log my workouts since 2005 and its fun to look back how I did then. It also gives You hard evidence how many days You really skipped training . A simple Excel-sheet will do.
            I wish You a great journey into fitness, You found the right place for takeoff.
            Andi

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              #7
              Thanks Andi for your advices. You're good people

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