Over sleeping and feeling tired during workout

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  1. archangel

    archangel Active Member

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    Have you ever slept in and got too much sleep making you feel groggy and tired during your workout?
     
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    Nope, I love sleep.
     
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    Not even feeling groggy the next day from when you sleep pass 10 hours?
     
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    i get half that and i still workout.
     
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    only today because I slept through a class.
     
  7. I slept for 3 hours last night, ran 4+some odd miles this morning, went to class, a doctor's appointment and now I'm going to the gym to lift. I am groggy and tired. Nothing a double scoop of NO Shotgun cant fix though. I'm going to be fucking jetting.
     
  8. LBSOHK

    LBSOHK do ya ?

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    I do feel bad/tired if I sleep for more than 8 hours , but never tired during workout :dunno:
     
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    I could be dead tired whether it's from not enough sleep or too much sleep, but once I start working out I always feel alert and motivated.. at least until after doing squats or deads, those usually wear me out but I can still finish the workout after.
     
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    yes, sleeping too much can make me feel tired
     
  11. Hello Panda

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    Tiredness/grogginess aren't things to bitch about during a workout.
     
  12. Fuckin werd. I was tired all day, took two naps and was still tired. Pounded some caffeine, wiggled my ass over to the gym and started lifting and all of a sudden all of my tiredness basically went away. Tomorrow is definitely a no-go on the gym though...I need a recovery day from today's lack of sleep, way too far of run and lifting.
     
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    Yes.

    If I sleep more than 9 hours I typically drag ass all say long.

    Last year when I had only had class twice a week for that quarter I would sleep in the other 5 days a week until 2 or 3 pm and get a solid 11 or 12 hours of sleep a night.

    I would constantly be tired all day and despite my long sleep hours would need coffee all day to keep from feeling like everything was a dream.
     
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    Yeah, typically the time in the day that I feel "invigorated" is when I am at the gym and after the gym. Which kinda sucks because I tend to workout until 11pm at night and hit the sack by 12 or 1.
     
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