The effects of time of day and chronotype on cognitive and physical performance in healthy volunteers
OPEN Sports medicine - open | 26 Oct 2018
ER Facer-Childs, S Boiling and GM Balanos
Whether you are a morning lark or a night owl has proven to be a key contributor in the timing of peak athletic performance. Recent evidence suggests that accounting for these differences, known as one’s chronotype, results in significantly different diurnal performance profiles. However, there is limited research investigating multiple measures of performance simultaneously over the course of a socially constrained day.
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