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Unread 03-19-2017, 06:59 AM
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Hi.

I had a quick question regarding sleep and under-recovery.

last night I barely slept. It was just one of those awful nights where no matter what you do you can't sleep, and I think it was about 6:30AM before I actually got to sleep. Then I was woken up by some road works, and all in all got only about five hours sleep.

I was wondering whether I should be concerned about this as far as being under recovered? My training focus at the moment is raining weight, and using a full body, my week goes ON/OFF/ON/OFF/ON/OFF/OFF.

yesterday was a training day and the day I couldn't sleep, and so today is a rest day and I'd be due another workout tomorrow.

obviously with today being a rest day I'll have another sleep before my workout tomorrow, so I was wondering whether or not it would be okay to train tomorrow, or whether because of the lack of sleep last night it'd be a bad idea; taxing my CNS too much.

Thanks a lot!
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Unread 03-19-2017, 08:53 AM
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One day of five hours of sleep isn't going to affect your physical recovery much. It will have more of an effect on creative work/brainwork type of stuff, and even most of that can be corrected by an afternoon nap. Failing that, a good night's sleep tonight will certainly do it.
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Unread 03-19-2017, 05:39 PM
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One day of five hours of sleep isn't going to affect your physical recovery much. It will have more of an effect on creative work/brainwork type of stuff, and even most of that can be corrected by an afternoon nap. Failing that, a good night's sleep tonight will certainly do it.
That's good to know.
Thanks for the post.
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