Sleep is vital not only for alertness and energy throughout the day, but also optimal metabolic function and recovery. A lack of shut-eye can lead to unproductive days at work, lack-luster workouts, and poor exercise recovery.
Having dealt with less sleep than normal lately due to my now 15 week year old puppy, moving, and leaving for work at 4 am a few mornings per week this post really hit home.
Check out Craig Weller’s post on the Scrawny To Brawny blog, being an ex-special forces member he knows a few things about sleep deprivation and has a deep appreciation for sleep quality.
Click here–> http://www.scrawnytobrawny.com/the-best-sleep-of-your-life for 10 ways to improve your sleep habits.