You’re completely wiped out after that long run—so why can’t you fall sleep?
"I sometimes look back on my younger self and wish I could give her a hug."
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Elements of sprint training can be beneficial to recreational distance runners, too.
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Without adequate recovery—easy days, sleep, downtime—training adaptations go down the tubes.
Most of these items are easy to find—and all can be used to create the toolkit every runner should have.
Sleep is the single most important thing you can do to speed your recovery. It will complement your high-quality training while helping you avoid setbacks due to injury, illness, and overtraining.
Your daily habits can have a huge effect on how well you sleep. Do these 7 things and ensure you wake up ready to rock your day (and your run).