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Old 10-26-2008, 02:19 PM
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Originally Posted by laleggenda27 View Post
I realize that testosterone levels are high after waking in the morning, thus making mornings a good time to work out. My question is this: does the same line of reasoning hold true for naps? Are testosterone levels high after waking from a nap, making it a good idea to take a nap before working out in the afternoon?
So long as you're prepared to lift (you've already eaten adequately prior to a workout & you've been awake and moving around for a bit), then it makes no difference when you lift. Your T levels won't have that much of an effect on a workout or growth based on the time of day. Some people perform better in the afternoon/evenings...by "some", I mean most people.
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