Night workouts?

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  1. fallenauthority

    fallenauthority OT Supporter

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    Well I have been getting myself started on a small workout plan recently, but I can only work out at night, I have school in the morning, work right after, and i dont get home till about 7 at night, after doing everything I need to when I get home its usually about 8 or 8:30 by the time I get to my workout. Any disadvantage to having my workout this late? I am also taking Trac Extreme-NO about 30 minutes before my workout, if that matters at all with me taking it at night and all. Just wondering if me going to sleep not too long after a workout is detrimental in any way. Thanks guys.
     
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    nothing wrong with doing it at night
     
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    I usually head out to the gym 4 nights a week at 9pm. I tend to yawn as soon as I enter the doors, but it goes away after a few sets.
     
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    I generally work out at night. By the time I'm done, I'm usually so tired, I just want to go to sleep, which is a good thing.
     
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    If I could, I would always workout at night. The gym is empty, and then I can come home, eat, clean up, and go to sleep.
     
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