Earvin Bahena, NSCA - CSCS
The truth is there really is not a best time to workout, regardless of what people say. The timing of a workout should depend on a person’s schedule. I personally enjoy working out in the late evening/night. I find that I have time after work to enjoy a good meal and use that energy to take me through a workout later in the day and get me tired for a good night's sleep. The idea is to find enough time in the 24 hours you have each day to get a workout in. Early mornings work for those that have a 9-5 job or the middle of the morning for those that work from home and need a quick break from work. Those 45-60 min that you dedicate to yourself every day will benefit you in the long run and guide you down the road to a healthier lifestyle.