The recommendation of getting 8-hours of sleep every night is well-known. However, athletes and bodybuilders may need more sleep. This is due to the fact that athletes and bodybuilders are always recovering from one intense training session and preparing for another. The good news is that naps can add to total sleep time - just shoot for 80-90% of your total sleep over night. If your goals include maximizing muscle gains, you’re going to have to dedicate some time to sleep!
◾️Source: Venter, R. E. (2012). Role of sleep in performance and recovery of athletes: a review article. South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation, 34(1), 167-184.
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same here, been a long time! Also you would wake up four hours later, as stated above puts you in deep rem sleep and you out out for those hours, but then your up and ready for the day and realize its only 3.a.m. lol,