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Barbell Logic

Jul 7, 2021

Chris & Matt Reynolds like to wake up early and GET AFTER IT. If you don’t, that’s okay, but you might try before you write this off and it’s super important to have a consistent sleep schedule regardless of when you go to bed and wake up.

You can’t make up for lack of sleep on the weekend, and your body will learn and adjust to a regular sleep schedule and be better off for it, as opposed to inconsistency. 

If you want to try this, give it a try for 3 weeks. If after 3 weeks you hate waking up early and going to bed early, that’s okay: you’re probably an evening person. You might then want to work on being more consistent with your sleep and how you still make time for leisure and family. 

One benefit that early sleep and wake provides is that many people have social activities in the evening. If you’re an evening worker, you’ll have to compete with these and find ways to work around these. It also can give a natural break to work and family life, and you can complete your work for the day (barring a true emergency) and then give your full attention to your family when they arrive. 

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