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PRIORITIZE SLEEP. “Sleep and exercise are both incredibly important for your body, but if you have to choose one it has to be sleep,” says Amy Leigh Mercree, a wellness coach. “Adequate amounts of sleep gets your body the time it needs to replenish and refresh your cellular functioning. A similar study of over 200,000 middle aged people, published in 2015, found that if you slept less than seven hours, replacing one hour of walking or exercise with one hour of sleep was linked to a seven percent greater mortality risk. And if you slept more than seven hours, swapping exercise for sleep was linked to an 18 percent greater risk.
Both the CDC and American Heart Association recommend a minimum of 2.5 hours of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise every week. Along with your seven-plus hours of. You Need to Prioritize Sleep While it may sound like a good idea to get up extra early to get a workout in, your quality and quantity of sleep is just as important to your body. If you have to choose one or the other, you should choose to sleep.
“Sleep and exercise are both incredibly important for your body, but if you have to choose one it has to be sleep,” says Amy Leigh Mercree, a wellness coach. “Adequate amounts of sleep gets your body the time it needs to replenish and refresh your cellular functioning. So Should You Sleep or Workout for an Hour? If you are getting less than 7 hours of sleep, you should get in one more hour of sleep instead of working out.
If you are finding it impossible to get in a workout — maybe try a shorter, full-body workout like P90X3, 21 Day Fix, or T25 to get a tough workout in 30 minutes or less. Your Sleep Plan. So if you got seven to eight hours of sleep the night before, get up and hit the gym! But if you’ve been clocking less than six hours most nights that week, you probably want to savor that extra. Sleep doesn’t just impact your workout and ability to build muscle, sleeping less than 7 hours a night has been linked with a greater risk for health problems like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, an increased risk for weight gain and higher mortality.
Plu. So some might be fine heading to the gym after just six hours of sleep, while others need the extra rest time. And missing out on necessary sleep is bad news. It can cause us to eat more fatty.
Athletes in training should sleep about an hour extra. You can go to sleep earlier, or take an afternoon nap, says Jim Thornton, president of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. How Sleep.
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