Mpw: 80-100 (depends on what I'm training for and time of year)
Hours: typically 5-7, occasionally only 4-5
- 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.
But Arnold had secret sauce, you never watched "Pumping Iron" documentary? ?
8-9 hours of sleep
40-75 mpw, probably 60 on average, but I like variation.
6-8 hours a night. 7.5 on average, but sometimes I sleep 6 and just can't sleep any more.
27 years gone.
19 years old
45 MPW ( and two hours of cycling, coming off an injury at the moment)
8 - 9 hours, I usually lay down 9-9.5 hours before my alarm goes off but it takes a long time to go to sleep. I hope that as I build my mileage back up that will change.
15 MPW-7 hours per day.
7.5-8 hours per night (and often an hour nap later)
55 yrs. old
4 years ago it was 60-70 mpw, & 9 hours per night, and didn't nap as often.
It's getting harder.
~6 hrs (3-8 range)
Last training cycle was 92 mpw avg. The current one will be similar, to a little more.
6.5 hrs/ night, and try to get a nap on the weekends.
47 yrs old.
24 yrs old
6.5 - 8 hrs
always feel like I could use more
I am 31
25-30 mpw over three runs though that likely doesn't matter
7.5-8 hours per night
34 years old
80-90 mpw in singles
5 to 8 hours of sleep per night
23 years old
40 years old
(6.5 hours isn't enough for me, but I get by with it).
16 years old