Fit to Succeed

Can´t sleep? Coaching your chronotype - Episode 40 with Nick Littlehales

December 04, 2019 Season 2 Episode 40
Fit to Succeed
Can´t sleep? Coaching your chronotype - Episode 40 with Nick Littlehales
Chapters
00:01:43
Nick's early motivation to work within the field of sleep coaching for athletes
00:08:43
Modern science has revealed a large amount of definitive data about sleep and health
00:10:06
The background to the book SLEEP and the subsequent rise in popularity
00:14:02
The importance of sleep within modern-day sporting performance
00:18:20
Standard sleeping conditions in modern high-level athletic accommodation
00:21:58
What is chronotype?
00:29:18
Managing individual variation in chronotype within team sport environments
00:40:18
In relation to the time of day does chronotype influence the level of athletic performance?
Fit to Succeed
Can´t sleep? Coaching your chronotype - Episode 40 with Nick Littlehales
Dec 04, 2019 Season 2 Episode 40
Nordic Fitness Education
If you can't sleep or struggle from time to time, then it could be possible that you have not yet optimised for your chronotype preference.
Show Notes Chapter Markers

Chronic sleep loss is becoming a problem of epidemic proportions in modern society. Could your genetic chronotype have something to do with your ability, or inability, to get the needed hours of rest and recovery? If you find you regularly can't sleep then perhaps this discussion with sleep coach and author, Nick Littlehales will open your eyes to potential solutions.

Guest biography:
Nick Littlehales is a pioneer in the field of sleep coaching within UK sport, with more than 2 decades of experience helping to deliver innovative and practical solutions to real-life problems around sleep. Nick’s fascinating journey to become the world’s leading Elite Sport Sleep Coach and his revolutionary R90 Technique is encapsulated in a book called  SLEEP.

Episode content:
Following a fascinating review of Nick's journey, somewhat ahead of the curve, into the field of sleep coaching, we discuss in detail the importance of chronotype on our daily routine and preferences. There is plenty to enjoy and learn in this down to earth and easy listening discussion. Key subjects include:

  • 1.43: Nick's early motivation to work within the field of sleep coaching for athletes
  • 8.43: Modern science has revealed a large amount of definitive data about sleep and health
  • 10.06: The background to the book SLEEP and the subsequent rise in popularity
  • 14.02: The importance of sleep within modern-day sporting performance
  • 18.20: Standard sleeping conditions in modern high-level athletic accommodation
  • 21.58: What is chronotype?
  • 29.18: Managing individual variation in chronotype within team sport environments
  • 40.18: In relation to the time of day does chronotype influence the level fo athletic performance?

Sleep course:
If this topic interested you, why not become a Sleep Recovery Specialist with Nordic Fitness Education through our online course. Visit Sport Sleep Coach to get access to a 20% discount code and save €59 on the list price. 

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Nick's early motivation to work within the field of sleep coaching for athletes
Modern science has revealed a large amount of definitive data about sleep and health
The background to the book SLEEP and the subsequent rise in popularity
The importance of sleep within modern-day sporting performance
Standard sleeping conditions in modern high-level athletic accommodation
What is chronotype?
Managing individual variation in chronotype within team sport environments
In relation to the time of day does chronotype influence the level of athletic performance?
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