For best results, sleep.

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Many people worry that not sleeping before an event will have an affect on their performance.One night of tossing and turning is not going to effect your race, but a chronic lack of sleep does.

Results from a sleep restriction study on cyclists found that reducing sleep to 4 hours a night for three days had a significant effect on performance. Cyclists reduced their ability to burn calories by 4%, reduced aerobic power by 3% and their time to exhaustion decreased by 11%.

Being chronically sleep deprived reduces the benefits you get from being fit as well as being a health risk.

For best results get a good nights sleep.

Change your mind, change your health,

Shayla

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