4-7 hrs sleep/night (Average =5.5)
36 yrs old
7 hours of sleep
22 years old
i run, i sleep, i eat, i troll
20 miles per week, 9 hours per night, fit as a tiger, 33 years young
6-7 hours (less during exam weeks)
med student FWIW
sleep 8 including 1 hour after work
[i'm allowed to run at work]
this is an interesting thread.
sleeping quality is poor. had to quit running doubles for lack of recovery. feel better now.
9-11 hours (avg probably 9.5, maybe 10)
26 years old
sleep is quite responsive to mileage for me.
no running: 8-8.5 hours
30-40mpw: 8.5-9 hours
60-70mpw 9 hours is usually enough
90mpw: 9 is not enough
31 years old
5-6 hours per night
I'm mostly surprised by the mileage people are putting up here. Thought it would be higher.
8 hours +Sat Sun naps
30 year old desk dweller
Run: ~120, trying to get it up
Sleep: ~6, but greatly varies between 4 and 8.
38 years old
6.5 hours on average
Kids and work prevent me from getting any more. Slept 8-9 before kids. Not ideal but my times haven't suffered.
- Arnold only slept 6 hours per night (this was what he would shoot for, so I'm guessing he would occasionally get even fewer).
I'm usually at 70 mpw, running after work and sleeping 6-7 hours. I'll occasionally double and run before work, which will require an earlier wake up and cuts sleep to 5-6 hours or fewer. - I'm 25 working as a Civil Eng. w/ about a 40 minute commute.
Sometimes I worry about not getting enough sleep, but I figure that if Arnold could recover from his workouts and build enough muscle to win Mr. Olympia 7 times, then I should be fine.
7-8 hours per night
19 year old
7-9 hrs with naps on the weekends