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My tip: turn off the heater (or turn on the air conditioner)! Sleep in an ice-cold room, as cold as you can get it, underneath 3 blankets and while wearing warm clothes and socks. Try it out for a night, you will notice the difference.


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I train for cycling time trials, ranging from 10 mile sprints to 12 hr endurance races. I train on Heart rate and power meters, so I know accurately when I've upped my endurance/fitness. I find if I have a training session, whether that be Turbo or out on the road and I've exceeded a burn of 3000 cals then that following night (without fail) I will suffer ...



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