this is like first time posting in YEARS. i have been following this site since 1999 and it's been awhile. i have been working out religiously since then and i also went to a college during that time and got masters degree last year (both in elec. engineering) and about 2 years break in between. i also raced sport bike for 3 years after graduation now retired.
anyway, i'm very tempted to workout very early like 6 am now that i don't have school anymore. i ususally lift when the rush hour is over in the gym so like starting 7-8 pm. i'm on a body building track and also stregth track and i pretty much cycle routines. i particularly like Waterbury's methods, his training works well for me. anyway we can talk about my training on some other time, it'll take me forever to explain. i'm in good shape, 27 years old, 170-180 lbs, 8-12% body fat, etc. i played basketball, tennis, etc. all my life but i haven't done so for 2 years and jsut been concentrating weight training.
so, what is the benefit of training early like 6 am? i understand i should train 'heavy' in the morning and that's fine with me. i feel energetic in the morning also and most importatnly i want to recover throughout the day by eating, etc. i have a normal 8-hour/day job and i can come in late like 10 or 11 am so i'm really thinking about training early.
any tips or infos on your experience? i have other questions but i'll ask as we go along. thanks.