How does lack of sleep affect sporting performance?

“Sleep! I ain’t got no time for that! I have to train!” Sleep is often neglected in today’s society as we are always trying to squeeze more into our days and we know this is bad but we still do it! But, how does lack of sleep affect sporting performance?

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  • Cullen, Tom, et al. “The effects of a single night of complete and partial sleep deprivation on physical and cognitive performance: A Bayesian analysis.” Journal of sports sciences 37.23 (2019): 2726-2734.

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