Actor and Bodybuilding champion

Simply put, you just can’t out-train your fork. There’s not a workout on this planet that can make up for a poor diet. If you eat like crap and fill up on garbage, it’ll show in your workouts and through your physique. The number one piece of recovery is getting enough sleep. Sleep impacts so many areas of your life—from your energy levels and how well you concentrate—to your eating habits and even your stress levels. Any one of those things can impact how much muscle you build or fat you burn. The CDC recommends getting at least 7 hours of sleep per night but you might need more than that if you’re training hard.