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8:30am – woke up, turned off my sleep sensor, apparently I slept 5 hours straight, pretty good after a night game, especially considering the caffeine I took before the game.
8:35am – sent my Heart Rate Variability file through via my iPhone, apparently I’m a ‘warning’.
9am – just before I left for training my phone started beeping again, forgot to send my sleep scores through, hope I’m not fined for that.
9:30am – arrived at training ground. Inputted my info into the wall computer…Weight = 80kg, Muscle Soreness = 7, Energy = 7, Overall Well Being = 7. I think that’s what I normally put after each game. Noticed that someone put 120kg next to Smithy’s weight… pretty funny.
9:35am – filled in my pee cup, can’t believe someone has to analyse all of these.
10am – after breakfast I had to lay down for 10mins on the Omegawave. Only problem is they won’t let me use my phone and I almost fell asleep. Still, it’s far better than the blood they take tomorrow for my muscle damage.
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