Running advice?

Running advice? Topic: Neighborhood case studies
July 18, 2019 / By Alishia
Question: Currently I'm going to bed around 11:30pm, waking up at 5am to run/shower until 7am, and then sleeping from 7-9:30, when I have to go to class. I thought this schedule was working well for me, but now that midterms are coming I'm realizing I'm dead tired starting at about 3:30pm, which isn't good My only other option really is to run after I'm done studying every night at around 11:30pm. I'd be going to sleep around 1:30am, but I wouldn't have to wake up until 9:30am. I guess I'm just wondering what you would do in this situation? Which do you think is more efficient, etc? Thanks, I'm really having trouble with this i forgot to mention that i go to school in a really unsafe neighborhood, so i generally have to run on the track, which is only really fun if no one is around and unfortunately that means at 5am :(
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Unni Unni | 8 days ago
I don't know why but I'm assuming you're a woman? In either case I'd stick with earlier runs; Mainly because it's a "safer" time. Also you're metabolism is increased through out the day burning calories more thoroughly from morning exercise. I'd suspect that you're getting tired from lack of nutrition/calories? You maybe experiencing a low in blood sugar, which is making you tired. Try snacking on veggies and fruits between classes and see how you feel. I'm kind of curious why you would run then go back to sleep? You've speed up your metabolism and increased your endorphins only to fall asleep? I'd sleep in, run and then get ready for the day .. maybe making some time to relax before hand but not going back to sleep!
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Rob Rob
see i can't sleep after exercise. so i would say exercise in the morning, but stop splitting up your sleep. its not efficent sleep if its spread out. instead of getting up at 5 get up at 6:30 or 7, go for a run come back and take a shower and then go to school. make sure your getting your protein and some good fats in there tho. otherwise your body will drop thru out the day. i would also try going to bed a little bit earlier like 10:30 or 11 if you can. try to get at least 7-8 hours.
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I'd say run before bed because you'll be able to sleep after running. That should be better than running in the morning because you won't have time to rest. Personally, I run and don't study. Of course, that's why I'm going to community college.
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