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571: How to Become Unstoppable In 2024 Series: Part 4: Mastering Your Sleep, Stress & Recovery: The Recovery Blueprint For Optimal Productivity & Performance

In part 4 of the "How To Become Unstoppable In 2024 Series" Ted discusses the critical role of sleep, demonstrating how it influences appetite, hormonal balance, and even the risk of injury. He reveals how to improve your sleep quality with simple steps and the best active recovery methods for high achievers (backed by science), so you can decrease your stress levels and increase your energy and performance at work. Listen now!

Muscle Building Training Series Part 4: Recovery Methods For Optimal Strength and Muscle Building with Ted Ryce

If you’re over 40, you probably have more “stuff” going on in your life than you did at 21, making it difficult to focus on eating right and training regularly. But, with the right type of training, you can still build muscle and get strong well into your forties, fifties, and beyond. In the first part of this training series, Ted talked about the importance of focusing on building lean muscle, in part 2 he shared 6 smart ways to build muscle faster and in part 3 he talked about the importance of protein for building muscle. In part 4 he will share the best recovery methods for optimal strength and muscle building. Listen now!

Sleep Masterclass Part 2: How Sleep is Affecting Your Weight Loss, Productivity, Performance at Work & Relationships with Ted Ryce

Being short on sleep can really affect your weight loss, productivity, performance at work, and relationships. If you want to understand the science of sleep and reap the performance and health benefits that come with getting the right quantity and quality of sleep, listen to the second part of this sleep masterclass! Listen now!

Sleep Masterclass Part 1: How Sleep is Affecting Your Weight Loss, Productivity, Performance at Work & Relationships with Ted Ryce

Maybe getting plenty of sleep each night has never been high on your priority list of healthy living strategies in your 20s. But when you’re over 40 or even on your late 30s, you start to notice the negative effects of sleep deprivation. The bad news is that being short on sleep can really affect your weight loss, productivity, performance at work, and relationships. So, if you want to understand the science of sleep, listen to this special Sleep Masterclass now!
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