Today on the podcast:

Nick Littlehales is the leading elite sport sleep coach to the biggest names in the sporting world, including British Cycling and Team Sky’s recording-breaking cyclists, top Premiership and international football teams and players, Rugby Union and Rugby League, and Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Chairman of the UK Sleep Council and a former professional golfer, he has thirty years’ experience in the world of sleep science and has spent sixteen years working with elite athletes. His proven approach to achieving the optimum night’s sleep is endorsed by leading professionals in sport and business.

His piece in The Guardian titled ‘The man who showed Cristiano Ronaldo How To Sleep’ tells you everything you need to know about his level of expertise.

In today’s episode, we go through everything from the myth of needing 8 consecutive hours of sleep every night to how setting up your sleep environment can maximise recovery and energy throughout the day.

Nick’s book ‘Sleep’ is one of my all time favourite books and has helped me tremendously throughout the years.

If you struggle with sleep, want to learn how to maximise recovery and improve your performance or live an extremely busy lifestyle where quality sleep feels like a luxury, then this is a must listen!



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