Those who work out in the morning tend to exercise more regularly, according to a new analysis by fitness tracker manufacturer JawBone. 

The company analyzed data from the more than one million users of its devices, and found that when a person works out is a strong predictor of how frequently they work out. 

The most popular time of day to work out for regular exercisers is 6 a.m., chosen by nearly 11 percent of those who hit the gym at least three times a week. The second most popular workout time is 5 a.m., chosen by 9.5 percent. Another 22.5 percent workout between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. 

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