Most people tend to agree that exercise is good for you. However, the time of day in which you do it is much more contentious. Morning workout evangelists tout the benefits of more energy and those who work out later in the day speak to bigger gains. Surely, a lot of it has to do with personal preference. If you’re not a morning person, it’s not super likely you’re going to wake up an extra hour or so earlier to get your pump on. And personal trainer and fitness coaches tend to agree that it largely depends on the individual. A recent article featured in Fast Company has exercise professionals compile the pros and cons of morning and evening exercises.