best time to exercise

What’s the Best Time to Exercise?

According to fitness trainer – Scott Capelin, we all dream of a good-looking and healthy physique, but in this busy lifestyle not many people have time to maintain it, people find it difficult to find the perfect time to exercise that can be the most beneficial for them. With the effects of the corona pandemic, people are now more aware and concerned about their health and people are getting more and more attentive towards their exercise routine.

To maximize the effects of your efforts in the gym today Scott Capelin will talk about and tell you about the best time to exercise.

Morning and Evening Workout

Whenever we talk about exercise and getting in shape the first time that comes to our mind is in the morning. Working out and exercising in the morning has its own benefits, and here we will talk about it first.

1. Makes you Feel Active throughout the Day

The most important benefit of working out and exercising in the morning is that it keeps you active throughout the day, says Scott Capelin. When you wake up and work out all the muscles are stretched and all the laziness that you feel is gone it not only makes you and your body feel good but also it makes you more productive throughout the day. 

2. Help you Create a Fitness Routine

People that work out in the morning are more consistent with working out, there is no room for people to skip workouts that helps the people to be a little more consistent. In this busy schedule, there are chances that you have to miss the workout if you work out in the evening because of your busy schedule or some important work. Chances to miss morning workouts are way less because it is the first thing that you will do.

Evening Workout Benefits

1. You Burn more Calories

Evening workouts are said to be more beneficial according to science, there are many aspects to that and here we will talk about one of the most important aspects. Working out in the evening can help you burn more calories. If you are focusing on working out to lose weight then working out in the evening can be best for you. You can burn extra calories that you have eaten all day to keep your body in shape.

2. Helps you Sleep Well

Another important benefit that working out in the evening is that it ensures you a better sleep. When you work out your body and all of the muscles get tired. Heavy workouts in the evening can drain all the energy that you have used while working out. And as we all know that to regain energy our body demands sleep. Getting back all exhausted from the gym will prepare your body to sleep well that can not only help your body to regain energy but will also help your body to remain fresh throughout the day which can be good for your body and your work. 


Studies have shown that the best time to work out is from 2 pm to 6 pm but in my opinion, the best time to workout and exercise is whenever you can. It is way better than not working out. No matter which time you workout, it can be morning it can be evening be consistent and regular with it and follow your routine. Apart from that if you are working out always take a healthy diet because without that healthy diet your routine is of no work. By sticking to and following the diet and routine you can achieve a good physique that you have dreamed of always. There are a lot of pros and cons of working out in the different parts of the day but here we will advise you to stick to the time and be regular here in the above article, Scott Capelin talked about the best time of the day to work out and everything you need to know about it. 

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Exercise Bike

Ways to Choose your Exercise Bike

According to the founder of inLIFE Wellness Studio, Scott Capelin, most people only start focusing on their health when they realize it’s time to start improving their physical condition. However, there are many questions that arise when they start to follow a training program or simply stop doing their usual exercise. After you start focusing on your health, many of you might ask yourself about what exercises to do when you get back to your training regime. There are many questions and here in this article, Scott Capelin will tell you everything you need to know about choosing an exercise bike for yourself. 

Exercise bike

The best way to stay healthy and maintain a good physique is by riding a bicycle. With built-in programs, exercise cycles can be used to simulate various conditions such as speed, incline, and calorie targets, Scott Capelin says. They can also be transported from one place to another.  Sports too are very important for maintaining and improving your fitness. Being an athlete is no different from being a healthy and fit person. Athletes can be considered benchmarks for fitness and stamina.


Getting in shape can be challenging, considering how maintaining a healthy and balanced diet feels impossible with these days’ turbulent lifestyle. However, the final goal of your fitness journey is to be healthy. Consider investing in an exercise cycle.

Having an exercise cycle at home can help you get in shape quickly. It is a portable workout tool, hence effortless to take anywhere. Once you make the decision to start having an exercise routine with a cycle, you would not regret it.

1. Helps you lose weight

Paddling your exercise cycle for 30 to 40 minutes a day is the most efficient way to enhance your health, both physically and mentally, recommended by fitness trainer and founder of inLIFE Wellness Studio – Scott Capelin. In case you are looking for weight loss solutions, consider cycling! It tackles your full body muscles and could be a fun exercise when paired with the right music and visionary.

Exercises that require lots of strength and effort, like cycling, often motivate you to choose more nutritious, healthier food options. Specifically, fresh produce instead of processed goods, as their nutrition value is significantly lower than organic things.

Practice discipline by setting the goal of being healthy instead of losing weight. For the majority, people stop their progress as they expect immediate results. Adopt a balanced, nutritious diet and workout regularly for the sake of your health, you would see progress before you know it.

2. Boost performance and stamina

An exercise cycle can be very useful not only for people trying to get back in shape but also for people that are trying to build stamina and preparing themselves for becoming cross country cyclists. Many athletes and professional cyclists use exercise cycles to boost their performances and stamina. It is a great option for people to exercise their legs and core as a strong core and muscle can help an athlete to be one step ahead of their competition.

Tips to choose a perfect exercise bike for you

Whenever you raid a market to find something you wish to get the best out of your value, do some research and find the best available options. While purchasing an exercise bike there are many aspects you should consider. Here are some things to be considered while buying an exercise bike for you or your family.

1. Always prefer durability

There are many things to consider while buying an exercise bike, durability being one of the most important ones. It is important to stay fit in order to participate in sports and games with your full contribution. Types of equipment like treadmills and exercise bikes are a big part of it.

However, such investments require regular use. What happens if that exercise bike that you got breaks down 3 weeks into use? That is not only a waste of money but also an interference with your fitness motivation. There is a reason why people prioritize durability over anything else, not only for bikes but also many other investments.

2. Comfort

This is another box that needs to be checked when looking for any piece of fitness. There are 3 scientifically proven factors that motivate exercising: determination, discipline, and comfort. Meaning, you would need to craft the image of your final goal, in order to be determined and disciplined working toward it.

Then there is comfort, which is heavily dependent on the machines that you have. Always check to see if the pedals feel comfortable for your feet, or is the equipment working smoothly, also, see if the machine has an adjustable speed meter.

Checking all these things is not only important for your comfort but also to prevent any type of muscle injury.

3. Size and portability

Another thing to put into consideration is portability and size. See what size works best for you and ensure that it is easy to carry around.

There are many bikes in the market that are small in size and can be carried around in your car, while others are nearly foldable and can be taken out easily. Find the best bike for you in the budget you are willing to spend after doing research and considering every option available in the market.

Wrap-up Buying anything can be confusing because of the availability of various options in the market. You should always do research before purchasing, as it can help save money and find the best deal available. In this article, Scott Capelin talked about some tips when buying an exercise bike and everything you need to know about exercising cycles.

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Workout in Pandemic

COVID-19 Pandemic has Changed the Way of Workout

The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed every aspect of our lives including – business, lifestyle, health, economy, and workout, says Scott Capelin – fitness expert. It seems that fitness is one of the many industries that experience the hardest hit with the gym closures and social distancing. However, industry experts have looked for ways to weather the storm and grow stronger amidst it all. Fitness enthusiasts have also looked for ways to stay fit and sane at these trying times. This has given birth to different trends that many believe will rock the post-pandemic life.

We ask industry-expert, Scott Capelin, an established entrepreneur and health and fitness guru, sharing his views on workout trends during pandemic.

At-home fitness equipment are experiencing a massive demand

Spawned by the pandemic lockdowns and gym closures, fitness equipment retailers experience a massive sale more than ever. And while things seem to be returning to normalcy and gyms being opened, many consumers are still enjoying the conveniences that workout from home has to offer. Benches, dumbbells, resistance bands are parts of the many equipment homeowners are stocking at home. Fitness brands that are unknown are also brought to the limelight as consumer demands spike to an all-time high. The pandemic has shed more light on how important it is to make health a priority and they are ready to shell out cash on at-home equipment to stay in shape.  

Hybrid experiences becomes the norm

“Before the pandemic, conducting virtual workout classes seems far away into the future. But 2020 has seen an explosion in digital solutions as fitness experts are finding a new way to deliver their services’’, Scott Capelin says.  “I believe that the businesses will incorporate more in-person classes and online classes. Fitness enthusiasts have grown used to the convenience and flexibility that hybrid experience is offering and this isn’t stopping anytime soon,” Scott adds. Brands who didn’t have an online presence a few years ago are now embracing digital solutions and in-person service to provide ultimate experience. You don’t have to drive kilometres to gyms. You can always workout during work break or between zoom meetings. Consumers’ interest and mindset are changing and fitness experts are here for it. 

Bite-sized work out becomes the way out for a busy schedule

For anyone having a hard time going to the gym due to a heavy schedule or couldn’t work out as they like, a bite-sized workout has been the answer to a crazy life schedule. “I am a huge fan of bite-sized workouts and the idea of exercise “snacks” to keep the blood pumping is a good one. Even if it’s only 12 minutes anytime you have the time. Working out smart doesn’t have to be hard, doesn’t have to be in a fancy gym and they definitely don’t have to be long, “Scott Capelin explains. It’s the little things that add up and studies have shown that smaller sessions of exercise are very effective in keeping diseases at bay.

Gyms are coming up with innovative ways of conducting fitness classes outside

Many gyms are going creative in order to ensure safe workout. Some are practicing the highest standard of hygiene putting down safety measures such as hand sanitizing, wearing of masks and social distancing. Others are going creative to ensure fitness classes still remain an enjoyable one. Fitness is being taken beyond the four walls of the gym to outdoors with social distancing still being practiced. Another trend is the use of bubbles to ensure social distancing while exercising outside. “While it might take some time for the pandemic to be over, fitness experts still need to look for ways to keep clients active and healthy in a world that is battling with COVID-19,” Scott Capelin concludes.

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Ultimate Exercise Choices

The fitness expert – Scott Capelin, talks a lot about being in great physical shape as that is our approach to health. There are hundreds of other things we can do for our health, which are all valid that I have not touched on here. Things such as massage, getting a colonic, acupuncture, chiro, physio, osteopathy, gut health, infra-red sauna … the list goes on.

Most health issues these days relate to heart health and weight-related illnesses, which is why the foundation of peak health is being in great physical shape, says Scott Capelin. Through my work I see people become lighter, stronger, more flexible, and have more stamina and endurance. I am yet to see a person in peak physical shape who does not feel incredible.

This, then leads to the question—what type of exercise should you do?

You may think this is going to be a lengthy section of the book, and it could be. However, Scott Capelin keeping it brief.

The best long-term exercise regimens are the ones that you enjoy. It doesn’t matter how good something is for you because if you don’t enjoy your weekly exercise plan, chances are it will not last long, says Scott Capelin. If your goal is to live at a healthy weight, remember that nutrition is 90 percent of this. Exercise is just the icing on the cake. If you get your nutrition right, you can do what you like for exercise. Eating in the manner we have outlined in previous chapters of this book can get you to a healthy weight. However, it does not make you fit, strong, and flexible. Exercise does that.

Just one mode or method of exercise will never complete the entire health and wellness picture. If all you do is walk every day, you will lack strength. If you only lift heavy weights, you won’t work the smaller muscles and will run the risk of injury. If you only do yoga, you won’t stimulate your metabolism as much as you could by incorporating more resistance training. If you only do Pilates, you will get strong in a certain way, but lack strength in other areas. And if you have no balance or mobility, it doesn’t matter how strong you are, you will blow over in a stiff wind!

Many people have been conditioned to believe you have to smash yourself with high intensity exercise in order to achieve good results. You do not! There is a much smarter, more enjoyable, sustainable way to exercise. In fact, the higher the intensity of the exercise you do, the more muscle you burn, which lowers your metabolism, and your appetite will increase from the harder training. It’s not a good combination!

The Ideal Exercise Combo

Scott Capelin spent many years training fitness models–they don’t do 10-kilometer road runs. They do the right kind of resistance training, their nutrition is spot on, and they do low-intensity cardio. It is the perfect recipe for fat loss and having a wonderful body shape. Plus, it allows you to remain injury-free, and it’s a sustainable approach.

And Scott meet a lot of people in their thirties, forties, and fifties, who have done years of high intensity exercise and are now looking for a more sustainable, low-impact, enjoyable, and body-friendly exercise regimen. It is a bit of a mental shift to do exercise that does not involve heavy weights or getting your heart rate so high that you are close to vomiting, and clients are often surprised when the results are better.

Lots of people exercising 10 times per week and not only does their body not change physically, but also sometimes it gets worse. This is a function of the types of training they do and the way they eat. I also see people who exercise three or four times per week and have their nutrition spot on. They have amazing bodies and keep them that way for the long term.

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Exercise during COVID-19 Pandemic

Cope with COVID-19 Pandemic Stress using Exercise

According to fitness expert – Scott Capelin, the COVID-19 pandemic no doubt have revolutionized every aspect of our lives whether health, social, mental, economic and every other aspect you could think of. These unprecedented times have got many grappling with uncertainties and fear as the effect of the pandemic’s reality begins to unfold.

Health is in shambles, business tumbles down, job loss, changes in routine, coupled with the lockdown measure that got many to be away from their loved ones. These and many more are what led to the heightened increase in symptoms of anxieties, depression, fears and many other mental problems.

Is there a way out of this? Can exercise help in the management of COVID-19 related stress? Various studies have suggested that people who are actively involved in physical activity are more alert, more mentally resilient and are coping well at this time. Hence, we ask Scott Capelin, a health fitness expert and a booming entrepreneur to shed more light on how we can cope with pandemic stress using exercise. 

Physical activity levels have changed but you shouldn’t be

Ironically, studies have shown that exercise is the last thing many turns to during this pandemic period as compared to the sedentary lifestyle.

‘Considering the conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and the stay-at-home order, maintaining consistent physical activity is more difficult than ever’ Scott Capelin says. ‘For many, the schools and office closures mean there are fewer opportunities especially in activities such as sports, active commuting, walking or cycling as transportation and many other leisurely exercises.’

We tend to turn to the sedentary lifestyle even without realizing it. The lockdown and social distancing have made it so much easier to adopt a passive lifestyle. Many will rather adopt passive indoor leisure such as watching TV, being active on social media, or laying around as a way of coping with stress rather than any active leisure like exercise.  It’s not surprising that physical inactivity is taking a toll on the health, and mental well-being of many across the globe.

Gyms might be closed but you can still get a good workout

Well, we understand that the gyms are closed, you don’t have a treadmill or rowing machine at home and unfortunately, you don’t get to see your gym buddy who always motivates you to keep going in your exercise program. But the good news is that you can still get a good workout to keep your body and mental health in good shape. There are many aerobic activities that have proven to improve mood and reduce the symptoms of depression. Kids and adolescents can get involved in moderate to vigorous activities to stay active. ‘As a fitness fanatics, I still involved in high and strength training even in the comfort of my home. No weightlifting, no problem. I sometimes hold heavy items that could work as weights and it could be anything simple like a heavy backpack or box or even my kids,’ Scott Capelin explains. For adults or anyone dealing with other chronic illness, Scott Capelin recommends walking or if possible jugging, cycling or speed-walking. You can jug or take a walk outside so far you are keeping the 6-feet distance from others in order to stay safe.

Exercise still remains the key to coping with stress at this time

While we already know that exercise is good for health, it’s even more important at this period of the pandemic. Our body is made to move and that is why we cannot be healthy without moving. Exercise has proven to reduce stress, fear and anxieties and depression. It also stimulates the production of endorphins, the feel-good hormones that make it a great mood booster and positivity. These and many more are what makes exercising the real deal to stay sane and safe during these trying times. In need of more motivation to involve in physical activity? Many companies and fitness instructors are leveraging online platforms to conduct the exercise and make it more enjoyable says Scott Capelin. Although many things might be beyond our control now, we should still always make exercise and physical activity a priority.

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