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Webinar: The science of sleep and athletic performance

Our last webinar introducing the science of sleep and athletic performance garnered a full RSVP list and great feedback from attendees. We are excited to offer this event again on Thursday, February 27th at 11:00 AM Pacific Standard Time (PST).

We invite all high performance athletes, coaches, trainers, and anyone interested in learning more about how sleep can effect athletic performance, recovery, and career longevity to join us.

We also welcome you to leave your questions for the webinar host and suggestions for future webinar topics in the comments below.

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