Recovery is imperative for muscle growth, and there’s no better way to recover than by simply sleeping more. In a perfect world, you’d get eight to nine hours’ sleep per night, but that’s not realistic. You can, however, control when you go to bed, thereby giving you the best chance of getting as much sleep as you can. DVR the TV shows that would otherwise keep you up and hit the hay.
Making small tweaks to your training, diet, and lifestyle yields big results.
4. Commit to going to bed 30 minutes earlier
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