top of page

You (Probably) Don’t Sleep Enough. And It’s Killing You.

Alright, so I’m gonna write this post in the first person as I feel it will have more impact and come across as a bit more relatable to anyone reading it.

As some of you may already be aware, my first child, Nolan, was born about 4 months ago. And while I love that little ball of adoreableness more than words can express, raising him hasn’t been all sunshine and ice cream sandwiches… not that I expected it to be!

Up to this point in my training career I’ve always preached the importance of quality sleep, but I’ve never truly experienced chronic sleep deprivation until, you guessed it, Nolan came along. I always got my 8 hours and routinely woke up feeling great. But it turns out newborns don’t really sleep that well and rely 100% on mommy and daddy to take care of them when they’re hung