Plenty of rest or sleep is a very important part to increasing your vertical jump and also improving your positive motivation. If you are completely rested before your workouts, you will be more excited and more energetic to work out than if you feel drowsy. Try to get at least 8 hours of undisturbed sleep every night so your body will be prepared for the day. If you take naps in the afternoon, try and keep them under 30 minutes so you will be able to sleep comfortably at night.
A completely rested body responds more positively to physical training and is much more productive. The body is a machine that will operate in a primitive fashion when forced to. It will shut itself down for recovery purposes in order to operate efficiently. There may be times that you feel you can fight sleep and conduct the workout effectively; however, you will not reap the full benefits of Air Alert® by doing this. The internal parts of your body are independent and will not react as you feel they are. Depriving your body of sleep simply delays muscle recovery and progress. This will be evident in slower gains and will cause you frustration. Therefore, it is very, very important that you consistently get at least 8 hours of undisturbed sleep each night for maximum performance as recommended.