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Dec 24, 2014 in the Men's Health Community - 4
I'm turning 70 and my T level is over 300.
Dec 24, 2014 in the Exercise & Fitness Community - 1
You need to eat healthy and muscle is good! Try the following! The Peak 8 routine it will quickly raise your heart rate 8 times for very short bursts, with a cooling down period in between. Ideally you’ll be sprinting or cycling full throttle for 30 seconds with a 90 second cool down in between each outburst. This is the fastest way to lose fat and bui...
Dec 23, 2014 in the Exercise & Fitness Community - 2
Returning the Shoulder Back to Optimal Function The three links below are of an MP3 of the presentation, PDF of the handout for the presentation and a PDF of the bibliography of the presentation. Please down load all the information and use it to make yourself a better exercise professional. To download your copy of each of the files, simply right-cli...
Dec 23, 2014 in the Men's Health Community - 4
Do some weight training and cardiovascular training five or more days a week for 30 minutes. Testosterone is the male sex hormone. If it is low, so is your sex drive. A way to boost it is by eating foods that are high in zinc. Some of these include oysters, bananas, artichokes, blackberries and avocados. Stress and anxiety can cause a low sex drive and also...
Dec 23, 2014 in the Exercise & Fitness Community - 1
Have you talked to your doctor about a weight loss plan? Not only can your doctor make sure that you're healthy enough for regular physical activity, but she/he can also suggest nutrition options and workouts that suit your lifestyle and level of fitness. Talking with your doctor gives you an outline and someone to report your success to in order to stay...
Dec 22, 2014 in the Healthy Cooking Community
How much arsenic is in your rice? http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2015/01/how-much-arsenic-is-in-your-rice/index.htm
Dec 22, 2014 in the Exercise & Fitness Community - 1
Post-exercise headaches are common and can be caused by a variety of things. Have you checked with your doctor? Post-workout headaches are either primary or secondary, according to MayoClinic.com. Primary headaches are usually harmless and easily prevented using medication. Secondary headaches are often more serious. A secondary headache following exercise ...
Dec 22, 2014 in the Alternative Therapies Community - 4
What has your doctor told you?
Dec 21, 2014 in the Exercise & Fitness Community - 2
No! You also need to diet!!