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    5 Tips For Testosterone Health by Clark Bartram

    5 Tips For Testosterone Health by Clark Bartram

    I've been in the fitness industry for a long time. Men ask me the same questions every single day: “How can I lose weight and feel better? How can I get jacked? How can I boost my T (testosterone) levels?" 

    Men have low T for all sorts of reasons. Aging, poor diet and exercise, and external factors like endocrine disruptors and prescription meds. The information below could absolutely revolutionize your life.  I see it every single day.

    I coach men from all around the world, most over the age of 50, interested in boosting their testosterone levels to get the same feel of manliness they had when they were 25. I tell them their bodies are perfectly capable of producing more T naturally, and they probably don’t need synthetic supplements like testosterone shots, pellets, or creams.

    I’m not against shots, but I do think they’re an extreme measure most men don’t need to jump to immediately. They’re a slippery slope that can lead to unwanted physical changes and even more meds. There are better, natural methods to try out first! Here are five steps any man can take to get their body to make more testosterone naturally.

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    Easy Tips For Eating Healthy on the Road

    Easy Tips For Eating Healthy on the Road
    When you’re on the road, whereas for business or vacations, it’s easy to lose track of your diet and fall down the sidelines, we tend to think that eating healthy on the road is impossible. But, with some preparations, clever planning, and the tips below, you’ll see eating healthy while traveling is reasonably achievable. 

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    5 Minutes Is All It Takes! By Nikki Walter Nemickas

    5 Minutes Is All It Takes! By Nikki Walter Nemickas

    If you’re running out of time to exercise today what is one thing you can do?

    I’m often hurrying to tidy up before I’m off to another meeting or after school activities and errands. Im always listening to music and I often do this mid day just to add something extra to amp up my calorie burn.

    Not kidding, mid-cleaning the kitchen, I grab a chair and allow five minutes to do at least one exercise that day and I dance between reps.

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    Mindfulness

    Mindfulness

    From Michael Mastrucci (@themacrodiabetic)

    Through the use of technology in the workplace, our homes, and our general daily life, the world has evolved a society that thrives on chaotic schedules and instant gratification.

    We don’t often think of long-term rewards. In fact, our impulsive minds have been trained to desire a smaller reward up front than a better reward at the expense of extra time/effort. There’s no question as to why this occurs…look at the amount of people around you constantly glued to their screens, scrolling through endless pages of content just a click or press away. Everything is instant, and we’ve adapted to the “freedom” to overload our minds with subconsciously draining habits.

    Quieting the mind, practicing the art of NOT thinking, and being able to focus on one thing at a time is no easy task…but remember good practices make good habits.

    Whether it’s setting time aside each day for a healthy mental habit like meditation, reading, writing, yoga, etc., the art of concentration is a cornerstone of practicing mindfulness that can elicit stability and a calm state of mind.

    Just like physical exercise promotes the health and longevity of our bodies, mental exercise does the same for our brain. We think more clearly, plan more effectively, and have a much easier time grasping the concepts of the most efficient or optimal ways to plan things out to reach our goals.

    Eliminate distractions, avoid giving in to short-term rewards that rob us of enduring uncomfortable situations for what’s more beneficial long-term 🙏

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    Celebrate Small Victories! From Todd Abrams

     

    Isn’t it crazy that we’re almost halfway through 2021? I hope you’ve been able to get where you want to be.

     

    Have you been setting goals and knockin ‘em down? Celebrating even the small milestones and minor victories along the way? It’s so important to break down the microscopic successes we’ve achieved to feel rewarded. It’ll help you feel accomplished.

     

    Remember: better is perfect. Build your kingdom brick by brick and eventually you’ll smash those big dreams.

     


     

     

     

     

     

     

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