- 08-10-2007, 10:28 AM
Ok, so it's well known that timing plays an important role in making gains and lifting. A lot of that revolves around nutrition and the workout...pre-workout supps, post-workout supps, post-workout meal. My question is, has there been any research on the timing of sleep as it relates to lifting. What's more beneficial to the body; lifting in the morning, eating all day and then sleeping 12-15 hours after your workout, OR, lifting later in the day so that you get into your sleep cycle more quickly after lifting, maybe only a few hours? I would think that it might be better to sleep sooner as opposed to later, b/c then your body can began to repair more quickly too...? I don't know, just something I was wondering about. Anyone have any knowledge on this?
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