|01-23-2011, 08:57 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2011
Training Type: Sheiko
Fav Exercise: Bench
Dealing With Early Hours and Lack of Sleep
So i made an admittedly stupid decision last night while trying to gain some brownie points at my new job. They needed a new truck guy starting next week and since I have prior truck unloading experience I agreed. Well come to find out, since Panera opens at 6am, I need to be at the door and ready to go by 3am. So I need to be up by 2am. This is only Monday and Thursday mornings though.
Right now working nights I wake up at about 9ish and get plenty (9+hours) of sleep. So the questions are,
1. How is this really going to affect me lifting?
2. If I get 7 hours of sleep before hand then lift right after I get home will it really be a huge deal?
3. Is there anything I can do to help overcome this? Like eating more?
Thanks for the help guys. This forum is awesome.
Goals for 12/31/11
Stay consistent on one program
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