Check Out Why This Celebrity Trainer Recommends You to Sleep

It’s great for your workout to get enough sleep, according to Reese Witherspoon’s fitness trainer Ashley Borden. “I always tell my clients that I would rather them get sleep instead of working out on four hours of sleep,” says Borden. “Studies have shown that between 7.5 and eight hours of sleep every night helps the body repair itself and regulate inflammation in the body.”

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