To find the perfect sleep schedule for bodybuilding, I think we should look at the top professional bodybuilders. 4 time Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler said in a Q&A session that he gets 8-9 hours of sleep in the off-season, but only 4 hours while preparing for a contest. I have two questions about this style of bodybuilding sleep schedule:
- Why does he change his hours of sleep depending on the season?
- By sleeping 8-9 hours in the off-season, Jay Cutler is somewhere in the "long sleepers" range according to this poster. Is he putting on unnecessary fat as the poster says or does the poster only apply to sedentary people?