3 Rounds for time:
8 Deadlift 315/205
8 Muscle up

Almost as important as the quality and quantity of your training are the quality and quantity of your recovery, and specifically your sleep.

Training hard is important, but please remember that training alone doesn't make us better. It's only when we allow our bodies to recover from that training, to adapt to the stimulus of the training that we actually see improvement. 

Sleep is the "highest dollar value" for our bodies to recover so if you're lacking sleep that also means you're not getting everything you could be getting out of your training. 

In short, sleep more (up to a point), get fitter. 

If you have problems with sleep, maybe this can help.