Skilled hockey participant Mike Greenza was a first-round draft select of Cornell College, filled with youth, expertise, and limitless potential. Halfway by means of his second NHL season, that potential remains to be unrealized. He and his crew wrestle, scraping the underside of their division. An opportunity remark by Greenza’s little sister, Britt, adjustments the whole lot. Reacting to her brother’s moodiness and fatigue, she reminds him of former professor Dr. Jim Maas, who had been an advisor to his Cornell crew and a nationally famend sleep coach.
Advised as a fable and stuffed with performance-enhancing scientific information for athletes of each stage in all sports activities, Sleep to Win follows Greenza because the season unfolds. He reconnects with Maas, writer and world famend sleep researcher, who colleges him within the newest sleep analysis because it applies to athletes, together with
• the precise quantity of sleep athletes want;
• how a particular sleep stage really enhances what’s practiced;
• a method to heal (and stop) damage with further relaxation; and
• the weather of the proper pre-game nap.
Quickly, Mike is skating higher and scoring extra, his teammates are leaping on the sleep-to-win bandwagon, his coach is turning into a believer, and the whole crew is climbing out of the cellar and into the Stanley Cup playoffs—a testomony to the facility of sleep.