Probably the most overlooked part in a life and fitness transformation.

Sleep is THE key to recovery.

All the shakes, recovery sessions and foam rolling are worthless if not accompanied by a good nights sleep.

It is during sleep our muscles grow and recover to give you the results you want

and the capacity to hit the gym multiple times in one week.

Sleep also massively reduces our risk of illness and injury as well as certain


Sleep also massively influences our hunger hormones meaning that when we are

short on sleep we are much more likely to over eat and/or eat the wrong foods.

Aim for 7-9 hours of quality sleep per night. A follow up email next week will give

some sleep hygiene tips.

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