Needing too much sleep?

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  1. Simplicity

    Simplicity OT Supporter

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    I didn't workout for like 2 weeks over the break because I was trying to find a gym. During this period I would sleep 7-8 hours and be AWESOME in the morning.

    Now that I am working out again, I am back to 11+ hours of sleep and still being groggy. Is any of this because I work out so late at night? (11pm)
     
  2. xSteveO

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    I've always felt better on those weeks I don't work out :dunno:
     
  3. deznutz

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    The more intense my work out is, the more I am sleeping.
     
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    same here, I work out late at night and sleep is always much better when I take a day off......
     
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    If I really sleep in I feel groggy for the rest of the day. On the flip side I can go to sleep around midnight or later, get up at 5:30ish, work for 14hrs and still have energy to hit the bike for 30min or so.
     
  6. BoypussY

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    on days that i workout, i feel so fucking tired for the rest of the day after. I usually fall asleep earlier and sleep longer than my off days.
     
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