Serafin makes a good point; change up your routine from time to time. I usually PT in the morning between 0530-0830 when I work, and only rarely will I change it to lunch time (between 1100-1300) or even less often the last couple hours of work (1500-1700). On weekends I try to change it up. Normally I'll work out between 1100-1700 but sometimes I'll wait until 2000-2200 to workout
Your body reacts differently when your eat
schedule are out of wack and it is good to have experienced that just so you know what it is like.
Another good idea is to change the order of your PT Events. If you usually do cals and then run, try doing the run and then the cals. You will probably notice a little improvement in your run but your cals will probably be a lot harder. If you normally run and cal on Monday and swim
con on Tuesday, try swithching the days' activities.
Don't, however, let the desire to change up your routine prevent you from working out. Some people know that if they don't workout
first thing in the morning, they may never get another chance that day. Sometimes your schedule is so tight, you have to fit your Workouts
into very tight time constraints. For others, the availability of workout
facilities dictates when they workout
So, try to vary your workout
schedule but not at the expense of missing Workouts
. Its fun and sometimes surprising to see how your body reacts.