is an important part of your training programme. Try and aim for 8 hours sleep per night, minimum of 6 if you can.

A good nights sleep improves learning and problem solving skills. Helps you pay attention, make decisions and be creative.

It heals and repairs blood vessels as well as your heart, and helps keep our hormones in balance. Lack of sleep affects how our body reacts to insulin. Its important when training as assists with growth and development.

Quick tips on how to sleep better –

No screens at least an hour before bed
No TV/screens in your bedroom
Make sure you have a good temperature in your bedroom, not too hot not too cold
Try some gentle stretches before bed

Happy sleeping team


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