And the number may not be what you think.
Instead of lying awake for hours, this TikTok trend allowed me to drift off within minutes (really).
You’re completely wiped out after that long run—so why can’t you fall sleep?
A sports scientist explains why our bodies seem to be working against us at times.
Without adequate recovery—easy days, sleep, downtime—training adaptations go down the tubes.
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).
When it comes to building healthy habits, small changes build up over time. A few small tweaks to your daily routine is all you need to help you meet your goals.
What experts say about running on no sleep.
In a recent GU Energy Lab nutrition happy hour, we learned how runners can stay healthy this fall and winter.
It can give you a longer life, better sleep, improved immunity, mood, and more—and yes, it's even good for your knees and lower back.
Injuries are often the sum of all stress placed on the body.
How exactly does sleep effect how we run? One runner decided to find out.
Research shows that afternoon naps are actually good for you.
If you are always tired it may be an indication that something else may be going on.
Getting your zzz's could make you a better runner. Here's how to drift off to a peaceful sleep.
One expert shares tips—specifically for runners—to get a better night's sleep.
Try these tips to wake up well rested and ready to take on the day.
If you’re having prolonged sleeping problems, address them before they impact performance.