Have Trouble Sleeping? – Count Reps!

On June 3, 2013 by Physical Culturist

have trouble sleeping? count reps!

Regular folks use the “counting sheep” technique to help themselves fall asleep at night. For lifters like us, such mediocre techniques simply don’t work–the mere thought of sheep makes us hungry, making it even harder for us to fall asleep.

If you’re having trouble sleeping, imagine yourself performing an exercise while counting the reps in your head. You’ll find yourself quickly drifting away. It works every time!

Try it out tonight and post a comment letting me know how it works out (pun intended)!

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