Have you ever had the experience of waking up in the morning, refreshed, even after getting only 5 or 6 hours of sleep? I have – and hadn’t really ever thought about it, until I got a new iPhone App called Sleep Cycle.
Evidently, a big part of how you feel when you wake up depends on what part of your natural cycle of sleep you are in when your alarm clock goes off. Sleep cycle actually watches you sleep by using your iPhone’s accelerometer to monitor your movement in bed… and then initiates its wake up alarm within a 30 minute window before your “drop dead” wake-up time… when you are most likely to not be in a lighter sleep phase.
The two things I like about it best? I wake up much more easily in the morning, even on those weekdays that I’m up at 4:45 am, and as a bit of a data geek, I love looking at my sleep graph!
Spend 20 minutes working on muscle ups, false grip, transitions, turn-out and multiple rep muscle ups.
3 rounds for time of:
6 dead lift (295/195)