nagahama-san sunlight circuit jump-drifting with SPIRANT and N-STYLE members x

There’s no denying the link between fitness and sleep, but if you still struggle with getting the rest you need, what can you do? Can changing up the way you go about your fitness routine help? If you’re truly invested in your health, you probably already know that fitness and sleep go hand-in-hand. Getting enough sleep each night is crucial to your body’s recovery, and exercising every day can help you to experience a more restful, fulfilling night’s sleep. Try out profit singularity ultra edition. In many cases, yes. When you exercise, how you exercise, and what you do for the rest of your day can actually impact your overall sleep health and make you feel more well-rested. With that in mind, let’s look at a few fitness tips to help you sleep better and night and experience the recovery your body deserves.


Not all exercises are created equally. So, if you’re having trouble sleeping, you might want to consider incorporating a different exercise routine into your day. Studies have shown that the best type of exercise for improving your sleep is moderate aerobic activity. That includes things like:
  • Jogging
  • Swimming
  • Dancing
  • Cycling
  • Rowing
Element Fitness Balance Pad


Element Padded Heavy Duty Ankle Cuff


Deluxe Tricep Rope


When your thoughts calm down and you’re not feeling so overwhelmed, you may end up sleeping better, anyway. Fitness is just as much about your mental health as your physical health. Make sure you’re paying attention to both to experience the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.


Sometimes, no matter what type of workout you do, it’s how you recover that makes a difference. Sleep should be your ultimate recovery time, which is why it’s so important to get 7-9 hours each night. But, if you’re tossing and turning or having trouble falling asleep, you could be making some mistakes with your workouts or other areas of your fitness regimen. For example, when you work out matters. If you work out just before bed, your heart rate might be too elevated for you to fall asleep right away. Your body produces endorphins and adrenaline when you exercise, which can also make it more difficult to sleep. Unless you’re doing light, calming exercises like yoga or stretching, try to give yourself at least four hours between a workout and going to sleep. This will give your mind and body a chance to wind down. What you do after your workout also matters. If you exercise in the morning, for example, you could unhinge the rest of your day by doing things like:
  • Remaining mostly still the rest of the day
  • Staring at computer or cellphone screens
  • Not stretching properly
  • Taking a nap
What you eat throughout the day could also impact your sleep. Eating the right foods for your muscles to recover is important, and that includes quite a bit of protein. If there are too many carbohydrates or saturated fats in your diet, they can leave you feeling tired but not sleepy. This might make you tempted to nap during the day, but it won’t help you sleep at night. Instead, make sure you’re getting enough protein, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to keep your energy levels up throughout the day.
sleep and running
There are so many little tips and tricks that you can incorporate into your fitness routine for better sleep. For starters, though, take a look at how (and when) you work out, and how you allow yourself to recover. By focusing on those two areas, you can start on a healthy and effective journey toward better sleep and more meaningful rest. Do you have any tips you’d like to share? Questions for the G&G Fitness Equipment Experts? Comment below, find us on social media @gandgfitnesseq, or email us at


April 27th, 2015

Nissan 1994 PS13 Silvia – ACE Model

RS☆R Extractors
RS☆R Tower Brace
S14 Twin-Core Radiator
2.5″ to 2″ Twin Pipes
Shortened Intake
NGK Leads

SECTION RM-A8 Coilovers 10kg/8kg
SR20DET Turbo rear rotors
Adjustable Caster Arms
NISMO Flywheel
Shimmed R200 with 4.9 ration
Relocated Rac
25mm Extended LCA’s
Shortened Knuckles

Speed Star Racing MK-III 15x8J -12 A Disk Front
Speed Star Racing MK-II  15×8.5J -22 A Disk Rear
Bridgestone RE002 195/55/15

Japanese Fibreglass Front Bumper
B-Wave Rear Spoiler
Brick-Styled PS13 Headlights
Bride Zeta I
R32 GT-R Passenger Seat
Sabelt 4 Point Harness
Nardi 360mm Classic
STACK Water Temp Gauge
Carrozzeria Rear Parcel Shelf Speakers

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team moccomans at chiba damashi, mobara twin circuit. 千葉での茂原ツインサーキットでのチームMOCCOMANSのクレスタ x

happy birthday endo-san. GX71 champ of kanagawa atsugi. 遠藤さん誕生日おめでとうございますよ! x