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  • James Gill

    You’ve made a point about sleeping that people are just beginning to acknowledge. Getting sufficient sleep is a crucial part of training. But we also recognise it’s about quality not quantity. You need to get sufficient REM cycles to allow your muscles to heal.

    Although napping is a useful adjunct, it can’t undo or replace a bad night.

    There is an article on the importance of sleep, and how the sleep cycles work on TitaniumGeek.com
    http://www.titaniumgeek.com/medical-journal/importance-of-sleep-affecting-sports-performance/

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