Get back to basics
Good night, sleep tight

The most powerful tool we have for being at the top of our game is sleep.
Good sleep is as vital to good health as eating properly or getting enough exercise.

Sleeping is more than just allowing your body and mind to rest.
During sleep time, your body rebuilds muscles you’ve worn down and regulates your emotions.
This allows you to have a better focus, be more productive at work, and generally improves spirits.

A lack of sleep will wreak havoc on your appetite control, your immune system, a good metabolic function,
and your ability to maintain a normal weight. Make 7-9 hours of sleep a night an absolute must.

To make the most out of your time for sleep, create good habits. Minimize your caffeine and alcohol intake,
follow a regular sleep schedule, reduce your use of electronics before bed, and be more active during the day.
Getting enough sleep helps you to wake up fresh and ready for an early morning training session.
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