Rest 1 Minute Between Cycles
AMRAP 5 Minutes
10 Overhead Squats
10 Pull Ups
Run 200 Meters
“A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor’s book.” ~Irish Proverb
A full night of sleep will enhance your memory performance and creative problem solving skills the next day, not to mention make you a better person to be around by helping you see the positive in your interactions. Oh, but there’s more of course. A good night’s sleep will further boost your athletic performance, including speed, accuracy, mood and overall energy.
Then there’s your immune system. Hate getting sick? How about cutting your risk for the common cold and other basic illnesses? Your immune system is, in fact, most active during sleep. (So, that’s why the flu leaves you in a coma-like state…) To boot, adequate sleep makes you more resilient to daily stress, which supports your immune functioning that much more.
Finally, there’s the big picture. Solid, consistent sleep over the long-term has been linked to self-reported “successful” aging.
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