One of the hardest things for me now that I’m in college is finding the time to put effort into your conditioning. The two hardest things for me personally are meal prep and making time to get to the gym. The key to everything is sleep. Not only is sleep important to be healthy in general, but it also is the key to feeling good and making time. With that being said, changing your sleep cycle could make a tremendous difference. Going to bed early enough to get 8 hours of sleep and still be up with enough time to work out, eat and get ready for your day will make all the difference in your life. Not only will you feel better, but it will make your day exponentially longer, giving you more time to be productive. Just remember; a body in motion, stays in motion. If you have been following along with @chipsfit_conto he said it best when he said, “There is something about getting better while the rest of the world sleeps”.