Despite these studies, many scientists and health experts maintain that morning cardio isn’t any more effective than at other times. The disconnect stems primarily from the energy balance hypothesis.
According to this theory, exercising at a certain time doesn’t make a difference, so long as the person burns more calories than he or she consumes in the course of the day. Proponents don’t dispute the aforementioned research, but instead note that it merely shows a higher proportion of fat-burning in the morning. They believe that the body compensates, burning a higher proportion of glycogen later in the day, so that the end result is the same………..