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i find if i do 30 mins stationary bike first thing in the morning i dont really feel it, but if i do it at ten o clock at nite with my last meal being at 8 o clock i feel more benefit i then have a whey protein in water and go to bed, is this ok to do
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RE: cardio times
Personally I always perform my cardio whenever it suits me best. I'm not bothered if it's morning or night.
If you prefer performing the cardio at that time then I say go for it.
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