Sleeping is training? YES!


new job, always stressful but this week I have managed to get to all the rowing and also to the track.
I see this as a triumph. Yesterday I intended to swim but didn’t make it. I didn’t get up in time.

Why? I was tired. But I didn’t see this as a failure, I clearly needed the sleep. This week is a step closer to regaining a work life balance but not quite there 100%. But it’s a step in the right direction.

Do you consider sleep to be important? You should. Without sleep you will become ill or at the least susceptible to minor ailments and niggles.

Show tiredness the respect it deserves and build rest / sleep into your training schedule too.

A rested athlete is a faster athlete.

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