CINCINNATI (WKRC) – If fitness is part of your spring shape-up plan, a new report says timing might matter.
This new report found there Is no bad time to exercise, but when it comes to something really important like reducing blood pressure, you may want to exercise first thing in the morning.
A new study in the journal Hypertension found that 30 minutes of moderate exercise in the morning dropped blood pressure, especially if you’re overweight.
Dr. DP Suresh, a St. Elizabeth Healthcare cardiologist, says to lower blood pressure, you should work out at least 30 minutes a day uninterrupted. But the best time to exercise for you is when you can be the most consistent.