Michael holds a BA in Biology with a minor in Philosophy. He likes to spend his free time hiking and defending science, though not usually at the same time. Contrary to popular (but not scientific) belief, the positive and appropriate perception of science is undermined by religion, alternative medicine, the U.S. education system, and most science journalists.
I doubt it matters if you do it today or tomorrow, it’s not like exercise time is subject to rationing.
It matters how long one waits between workout days. Muscle deteriorates surprisingly quickly.
That said, I was talking about running here. That isn’t something I normally do, so there isn’t any progress to be lost there, but that’s besides the point.
I’ve heard running is terrible for your body. Particularly with regard to hard surfaces like dirt or paved roads, gyms, etc. etc.
Back when I could run for a respectable amount of time without pain killers, my unit always ran on roads and such.When coupled with idiot doctors who didn’t bother to do any x-rays until it was too late, gave me two fractured femurs and a lifetime of pain.
Oh, and I almost forgot, we also used to do laps around your mother after we finally found a crane large enough to lift her.