How much sleep are you getting?
As a nation almost three quarters of us fall beneath the recommended seven hours per night, with half of us occasionally nodding off at work, according to a UK based survey.
If you're not getting enough sleep for you, then it's unlikely you'll be progressing as well as you'd like to fitness wise. It's essential for recovery and repair, before you try and go again.
If you're happy with your fitness routine but feel that you've plateaued - there can be a number of reasons for that, one of which is inadequate sleep. You haven't repaired properly from your last work out so you can't expect your body to co-operate and get stronger.
Sleep deprivation affects much more than your fitness progression. It can affect your immunity, mental health, cognitive function, reaction times and affect your heart rate variability.
So maybe think about adding some extra rest to your week where you are able to.
Sleep like a baby for a while and see if that makes a difference. You can only try..