Sleep is essential to getting the most from a workout

Kelley Keehn follows a strict diet and exercise routine as a way to handle stress, travel and her workaholic tendencies, but her lack of sleep might be a problem, says Jane Clapp, a fitness and lifestyle expert.“Sleep is essential. After a high-intensity workout, Kelley’s immune system is suppressed, and if she can’t get eight hours, she can’t rest, repair, and can’t get the benefits of her workout," she says.

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