Join a University of Colorado research study investigating how exercising in the morning compared to exercising in the evening may affect your body weight, body composition, fitness, and other health outcomes.


Exercise
Research Study
COMIRB #21-3094

Body Mass Index of 25-40 kg/m2
Exercise at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
In Generally Good Health
Non-Smoker
18 - 55 Years Old
Fast Facts
About Our Research Study
This research study is designed to explore how morning versus evening exercise training affects body weight, body composition, fitness, and other health outcomes.

What is the best time of day to exercise? Do early birds get the most health benefit or is it the night owls?

This research study is investigating how exercising in the morning or evening affects body weight, body composition, fitness, metabolic health, sleep, eating patterns, and activity patterns. Research study participants will be randomized to exercise either in the morning or the evening.

Join our University of Colorado exercise research study and receive complimentary access to the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center Fitness Center, a free 13-month structured exercise program, and free assessments of your metabolism, body composition, and fitness level.
Additional Information
You may be a good fit for this study if you have a BMI between 25.0 and 40.0 kg/m2. Enter your height and weight below to check your BMI:‚Äč