The hustle culture that has led to severe burnout among the workforce has infiltrated the fitness community, too. No one will argue against the fact that working out is good for you. The benefits are ample and undeniable. Working out on no sleep, however, is quite worthless.
Trying to squeeze in a workout on top of other responsibilities (Work! Chores! Errands! Kids!) seems futile at times, and I’m here to tell you that it’s OK — necessary, actually — to prioritize sleep over fitness when you can’t do it all. Below, we explain why, plus what to do when you don’t have enough time for sleep and a workout.
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