Professor X wrote:
Professor X wrote:
Exactly. He MADE time. He was in that video eating while on patrol. His superiors understood what his goals were so they seemed to avoid holding him back. I am sure he was good at what he did as well. It is hard to get meals in with my job. I am often getting protein shakes in during fake restroom breaks but you do what you have to in order to see progress.
Ronnie was up early and went to bed late. I am sure some days even that 5 hours of sleep was pushing it. He just wanted it badly. For everyone treating him like he was an idiot because of the way he speaks, it is clear he was ahead of the game far more than people give him credit for.
not to hijack, but you’d think being a doctor would actually be advantageous in terms of running your own schedule.
When you have your hands in someone’s jaw removing bone and then trying to suture it up before more blood loss or the anesthetic wears off, you can’t jump up and grab a protein shake.
Outside of treatment my schedule is fairly open. Human beings are unpredictable so that “30 min appt” can turn into 2 hours before you can blink…and there goes lunch.
I can’t remember the last time I got my full hour-long lunch break. As a young’un I remember bringing out a chunk of tuberosity with an upper 8, that took aaaages to suture.
On a seperate note, I get absolutely bugger all sleep, 3-5 hours weekdays and up to 6-7 on weekends usually. Gains still come so although I’m knackered I’m not concerned re: my progress. I just ensure that if I’m up beyond 11, I’m eating every hour on the hour until I get to sleep (usually around 4am).
what i dont understand is how you can keep up the 3-5 hr sleeps week after week…I did that first semester this school year and after a week i felt like the living dead. of course i can do a 4 hr sleep night for a few nights in a row but after that i just feel like death.