And you guessed it one of his tips was improving your sleep…
“6. SLEEP IS ESSENTIAL
Bishop says the hour you spend in the gym is not that important, overall.
It might sound counterintuitive, but what matters more is how you recover from intense strength training sessions.
“The first thing we need to look at for recovery is good-quality sleep,” he says.
Sleep promotes the body’s natural release of testosterone and growth hormone – both vital for adding extra weight onto the bar in the gym.
“It doesn’t matter how many ice baths or cryotherapy sessions you’re having if you’re not getting good-quality sleep”, says Bishop – who is a Levitex ambassador.”
Via Men’s Fitness