It’s common sense to look after our health as the years go by. Good health goes a long way to helping us enjoy the increase in longevity predicted for our generation. Consider the medical and physical benefits we can hope to experience if we are fit.
I’m often asked when is the most beneficial time to exercise? Well personally I enjoy working out first thing in the morning. But according to leading physiologist Mike Doherty who conducted research on a group of elite swimmers, the immune system can be compromised at different times of the day – and often in the morning. However, whilst it is true to say that the immune system is often compromised in elite athletes due to their intense levels of training, it is most unlikely to occur as a result of ordinary levels of activity such as we perform in the gym or the swimming pool before work in the morning.
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