D1GP Autopolis

October 28th, 2022

2022 D1GP autopolis last weekend. enjoy x

KANSAI ALL STARS

August 20th, 2021

a few weeks have passed since the last little update from the 3037 S13 getting completely put under the knife at garage REMS. skipping ahead this is an update with a fair few updates in one.

over the past 5-6 weeks the 3037 car has undergone a lot of changes both mechanically and cosmetically purely to enter kansai all stars 2021 in a well presented car, finally. this year is my 3rd year in a row and really wanted to ensure that the car wasn’t looking like it was in previous years. the majority of kansai drivers will do a refresh and makeover once a year and this is the event that is high priority.

after qualifying for nara prefecture this year ( 2 weeks prior ) it was basically go time at N-Style to get the car completely pulled down, cleaner parts such as doors installed and brand new aero from D-MAX in osaka all to be prepped for a candy lick of paint. i have owned this car a little over 3 years now and i feel like this was the perfect time to make the car exactly how it has turned out. the majority of kansai & meihan drivers usually tend to practice and put their budgets towards seat time and non stop maintenance rather than appearances so this is the same mentality i have tried to adopt since buying this car and attempting to get up the ladder at meihan c course. i feel like it would have been a little waste of time and money to buy the car and jump straight into making it pretty without getting to know the car let alone driving meihan.

the car’s rear end got completely cut off and pipe-framed thanks to waki-san at gagare REMS in kagawa over in tokushima. a fuel setup, cooler was also installed along with a GP SPORTS water sprayer kit and TRUST greddy larger oil pan to compensate temperatures for japanese summers. kansai all stars is usually the peak of summer here in japan (obon holiday week) so you have to prepare the car for extremely hot and muggy conditions. cleaner doors were put on and a full D-MAX type 3 aero kit including a brand new carbon bonnet put on the car, as soon as i purchased this car this was always the plan and choice i wanted to go with. i have some very rare wheels stored away which will also be going on the car at a later date but more on that stage soon!

below are a bunch of photos from getting the car stripped, prepped & painted. the lead up to kansai all stars and the event itself. the weather has been extremely horrible the last 2 weeks straight however the sun managed to come out this morning for the first time so i rolled the car out for 20 minutes and took a few photos with my camera along with seeing the candy paint in the sun for the first time. it’s hard to believe it’s the same car but couldn’t be happier i have given this car more life potentially!

at the bottom of this post i have added a little youtube video from the event itself that macey shot off his phone for me – thank you brother.

this years kansai all stars i made it through the 1st 2nd and 3rd rounds of qualifying advancing into the tournament which this year was my goal. top 12 was against kikutani in the grey S15 which i came out on top going through to the top 8. kitayama in the orange 180SX from kyoto managed to do a better run knocking me out which placed me 6th overall in expert which definitely didn’t feel real! i will try my best to get 1st 2nd or 3rd next year and get on the podium for all stars!

a very large thank you to all of those who are newly onboard as supports to myself and SHIRTSTUCKEDIN. i say this quite often but if it wasn’t for these companies and people below none of this would be possible.

– STANCEUSA
– KOYORAD
– N-STYLE
– STACKED RACING
– GCG Japan
– D-MAX Japan
– REMS
– SKY MOTORS
– PRO SHOP DIVERSION


thank you to each and every single one of your for your ongoing support especially through these tough times spread across the globe – we are all in this together so continue to stay positive, safe & healthy. we are currently working on a very large new collection for SHIRTSTUCKEDIN so feel free to follow us across our SNS pages to keep updated (@shirtstuckedin)

big loveee as always, caseyyy x

2021 OPENING

January 17th, 2021

welcome to the preview of our first collection of two-thousand-twenty-one. this particular release isn’t anywhere near the scale to some of our previous ones through the past 24 months however we have been spending a lot of time adjusting and refining our popular and staple items to SHIRTSTUCKEDIN.

the newest V3 version of our driving force racing gloves feature a new 50/50 mix of suede and leather materials to ensure the highest of grip across the board of all steering wheel makes and models. paired with a fire-resistant nomex material available in 20 color variant combinations through sizes XS-XL. a re-directed stitching line along the underside of the glove down towards the thumb has been added and re-directed to ensure a much more naked fit and overall feel in comparison to our previous V1 & V2 models.

another new variant are our V2 version of our driving force air-vent drink & tobacco holders which are now made in Japan. these cup holders feature many needed upgrades such as; pop-riveted metal clips, foam inserts, new & much larger logos printed in super high quality ink on the front in silver chrome & yellow variants. this particular company has contracted out to many large motorsport companies from the 1980s onwards such as NISMO providing an extremely high quality product to be featured inside of your car’s interior.

the newest inventory that will be available tomorrow will be:
– SHIRTSTUCKEDIN DRIVING FORCE V3 Driving Force Racing Gloves
– SHIRTSTUCKEDIN Driving Force V2 Drink & Tobacco Holders (Made In Japan)
– SHIRTSTUCKEDIN Corduroy Embroided Hats
– SHIRTSTUCKEDIN Pink & Purple Gradient / White Reflective Number Plate Frames
– SHIRTSTUCKEDIN 3037 & NA PS13 Silvia Stickers

ALL SHIRTSTUCKEIDN INVENTORY SUCH AS OUR DRIVING FORCE LINE,
CAR ACCESSORIES, ALL APPAREL, PRINTED, VINYL & WINDOW BANNERS
WILL BE RE-STOCKED AND ALSO AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE WHEN WE
RE-OPEN TODAY – HAVE FUN ALONG THE WAY X


SHIRTSTUCKEDIN ONLINE STORE – OPENING SUNDAY 17TH JANUARY 8PM PST / MONDAY 18TH JANUARY 2PM AEST – www.store.shirtstuckedin.com x

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

January 5th, 2021

Four Fitness Facts to Fuel Your Workout

Things to keep in mind for when you’re low on motivation.

There’s rarely enough time in the day to accomplish everything we set out to do, and exercise is often sacrificed when we’re short on time. Federal guidelines recommend fitting two and a half hours of moderate physical activity into our lives each week — and making time for muscle-strengthening exercises.

I sometimes find this guidance daunting, and I’m not alone. Only 25 percent of adults in the United States met those recommendations in 2020. So I grew curious about the research: How much physical activity does a person need to live longer and reduce their risk of chronic disease? How frequently do they actually need to work out?

Exploring the science and talking to researchers generated surprising information, like you don’t need to work out every day, and stretching doesn’t automatically prevent injuries. Try out amarose skin tag remover.

Here are four research-based insights about exercise that might make you more excited to put on your workout clothes.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends that adults get at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise each week from activities like biking or swimming. That corresponds to just over 20 minutes a day. Still, you can benefit from doing less, said Dr. I-Min Lee, an epidemiologist who studies exercise at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.

The first 20 minutes of physical activity per session confer the most health perks, at least in terms of longevity, Dr. Lee said. As you continue working out, “the bang for your buck starts to decrease” in terms of tangible health rewards, she added.

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A study published in March estimated that 111,000 lives could be saved each year if Americans over 40 added just 10 minutes per day to their current exercise regimen.

But what if you only have five or ten minutes to work out? Do it. “A lot of things happen in your body from the second you start to exercise,” said Carol Ewing Garber, a movement scientist at Columbia University Teachers College. And it’s possible to experience mental health benefits, including reduced anxiety and better sleep, immediately after a moderate-to-intense physical activity.

If high-intensity interval training and hard core spin classes make you want to hide, don’t worry. You don’t have to sweat profusely or feel wrecked after a workout to reap some rewards.

Any physical activity that gets your heart beating a little faster is useful. If you’ve never tracked your heartbeat while exercising, it might be worth trying. For moderate exercise, the recommended target is roughly 50 to 70 percent of your body’s maximum heart rate. (To calculate your maximum heart rate, subtract your age from 220.) Many people will hit this target during a brisk walk, said Beth Lewis, a sport and exercise physiologist at the University of Minnesota.

Estimating your maximum heart rate can help you gauge how hard you should be walking, running or cycling. But it’s not perfect, since your natural heart rate during exercise may be higher or lower. Plus, the fitness levels and heart rates among people the same age can vary, and not all exercises raise your heart rate the same amount. Consider talking to your doctor before establishing your goals.

“Just moving your body in some way is going to be helpful,” Dr. Garber said. “That’s a really important message.”

Many people exercise with weight loss in mind, but merely increasing physical activity usually isn’t effective. In a 2011 review of 14 published papers, scientists found that people with bigger bodies who did aerobic exercise for at least two hours a week lost an average of only 3.5 pounds over six months. And in a small 2018 clinical trial, women who did high-intensity circuit training three times a week didn’t see significant weight loss after eight weeks. (They did, however, gain muscle.)

Exercise improves your overall health, and studies suggest that it has a larger effect on life expectancy than body type. Regardless of your size, exercise reduces your risk of heart disease, some kinds of cancer, depression, type 2 diabetes, anxiety and insomnia, said Dr. Lewis.

I’ve always assumed that the healthiest exercisers work out almost every day, but research suggests otherwise. In a study published in July, researchers followed more than 350,000 healthy American adults for an average of over 10 years. They found that people who exercised at least 150 minutes a week, over one or two days, were no more likely to die for any reason than those who reached 150 minutes in shorter, more frequent bouts. Other studies by Dr. Lee and her colleagues have drawn similar conclusions.

When it comes to potentially living longer, “it’s actually the total amount of activity per week that’s important,” Dr. Lee said. But, she added, if you work out more frequently, you’re less likely to get an exercise injury.

ADVERT

for this years Halloween we have decided to do another one-off, exclusive run of glow in the dark stickers. 8 variants that will not be re-stocked once sold out. we also have a very large, new release and re-stock that will be available sometime this month – more information to follow soon.

available today 8PM PST 1PM AEST – www.store.shirtstuckedin.com x

February 12th, 2019

SHIRTSTUCKEDIN Driving Force full racing bucket seats available for pre-order. SUNDAY 17th 9PM PST / MONDAY 18th 2PM AEST. have fun along the way xxx

三重県にカムカム旧車フェスタのトヨタ。フィルムで x

R30 perfection at kyusha expo event in maishima late twenty-sixteen x

NEW COLLECTION

November 1st, 2018

october/november two-thousand-eighteen – now available online – CLICK to shop now x

i miss this car. fujiyama deep 2015 x