New study shows evening exercising is better for you

ST. LOUIS - Turn off that early alarm.

If you normally work out in the morning, experts say it's time to sleep in.

A new study suggests working out at night could give you better results.

Researchers looked into body clocks and physical activity.  They say in the study evening exercisers used less oxygen making their workouts more productive and efficient.

Exercising at night can also help you sleep better.

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