Are You Sick and Tired
of feeling sick and tired?

Take the 10 day Sleep Challenge –

Starting June 24

Find tools and strategies that will help you get better sleep quality

Tony Winyard – Habits, Sleeping, Breathing, Nutrition, Movement & Mindset Coach

Want to feel better, starting now?

Each day of the challenge you will be given a new activity to do. 

So on Day 1 you only have 1 activity to do, but by Day 10, you’ll have to do 10!

That’s not sustainable, you may think, and you’re right, it isn’t. The idea of this challenge isn’t to get you to do all 10 of these activities into your lifestyle on a daily basis, as that’s simply not realistic for most people.

However, it is likely that for almost everyone who takes this challenge, they will find a few activities which they can slot into their daily routine and that will help them get better sleep quality.

“In my long career, most of the mistakes I made, I made when I was too tired.
You make better decisions when you are not tired. That would be my only advice.”

Are you up for the challenge?

It will require some lifestyle change during the 10 days, but if you attempt to try them all, then you may be surprised at how effective some of these changes will be for you

Terry Lewis – Tony Winyard – Health, Breathing, Sleeping, Mindset & Movement Coach


“…your coaching made me aware of how crucial these areas are by opening my eyes to their importance. As a result, I now think holistically about my entire well-being, not just training and nutrition, and for that insight, I can’t thank you enough.

How it Works

  • 1. Sign up for the challenge

    Take the first step up by accepting the challenge and deciding to make an effort to complete all 10 of the daily activities.

  • 2. Watch out for the daily emails

    You'll receive a daily email explaining that days activity, plus a video for those who prefer to watch rather than read.

  • 3. Two more for the hardcore!

    At the end of the 10 days, there are 2 additional activities which are only for the hardcore, but can significantly help sleep quality.

  • 4. Cost

    An investment of just £45, of which £15 goes to:
    Ukraine Crisis Appeal

Ukraine Crisis Appeal

When you don’t get enough sleep, you’re less focused, your performance suffers, and you may make poor decisions. Getting enough sleep is considered a keystone habit. A keystone habit is one that has a ripple effect, meaning it creates other positive changes. You’ll be better able to focus on your goal and take the necessary steps toward achieving it when you’re well rested.
"The Power of Habit"

Attend the 60 minute Q&A at the end of the challenge

Zoom Q&A July 4, 7pm

At 7pm on July 4th (UK time/BST), there will be a 60 minute Q&A session by zoom to answer questions about how the challenge went for you.

Some of the 10 (12!) activities may require a slight tweak in order to work best for you.

You may have questions about why or how some of these activities help with sleep, as not all of them are directly about sleep.

“In the Northern Hemisphere, the switch to daylight savings time in March results in most people losing an hour of sleep opportunity. Should you tabulate millions of daily hospital records, as researchers have done, you discover that this seemingly trivial sleep reduction comes with a frightening spike in heart attacks the following day. Impressively, it works both ways. In the autumn within the Northern Hemisphere, when the clocks move forward and we gain an hour of sleep opportunity time, rates of heart attacks plummet the day after. A similar rise-and-fall relationship can be seen with the number of traffic accidents, proving that the brain, by way of attention lapses and microsleeps, is just as sensitive as the heart to very small perturbations of sleep. Most people think nothing of losing an hour of sleep for a single night, believing it to be trivial and inconsequential. It is anything but.”
"Why We Sleep"

Tony Winyard – Habits, Sleeping, Breathing, Nutrition, Movement & Mindset Coach

This challenge is for you if...

“Our whole assessment of the world can be transformed according to how much water we have drunk or how much sleep we have had”

Deborah Henley – Tony Winyard – Health, Breathing, Sleeping, Mindset & Movement Coach

Deborah Henley

“He’s extremely knowledgeable and facilitates in a warm and friendly way that meant we all learnt and gained insights from one another too.“

"There are three measures that are indicative of the quality of sleep you’re getting.
1 You should feel refreshed when you wake up. This is also a good indicator of your general health.
2 You should wake up at more or less the same time every day without an alarm. This shows your biological rhythm – or the internal clock that controls the body’s biological cycle – is in top condition.
3 You should be able to fall asleep within about 30 minutes of lying down. If you can, this demonstrates that your everyday routine is geared toward helping you fall asleep.”



Join the 10 Day Sleep Challenge

What's included

The challenge begins Monday June 24

Book your spot today and lets improve your sleep quality

Not sure if the 10 Day Sleep challenge is for you? Book a free call to get all your questions answered.