Habitual training time affects diurnal variation in performance

The human body operates on a circadian rhythm. This means that over a 24 hour period, various physiological processes will fluctuate that are influenced by environmental cues. For example, body temperature fluctuates throughout the day, as does hormone secretion, hunger and feelings of tiredness and alertness. When the sun goes down and it gets dark …

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