What motivates you to workout: personal trainers, workout partners, listening to music on your iPod, or are you inspired by the body type of your favorite athlete, celebrity, bodybuilder or fitness model? Whatever it takes to encourage you to stick to a sensible diet and exercise program, it’s crucial to stay driven and strict with this routine for the lifelong benefit of your health.
Testosterone is the primary sex hormone present in men and is involved in many functions of the body, not the least of which is the maintenance or growth of skeletal muscle. Strength trainers and athletes know this, as they’ve been using anabolic steroids for nearly 50 years. Sports organizations, the media and government have reacted to the public exposure of key celebrity-athletes’ doping with mock appall, initiating a recent frenzy of drug testing and finger-pointing.
Just as scientists and the public were inaccurate in regarding all dietary fat as “fat,” so, too have they been in regarding the different forms of body fat as “fat.” When scientists, dietitians and clinicians looked past their entrenched bias, they discovered that some forms of dietary fat are more readily burned versus being stored, specific fatty acids act as hormone precursors and still others offer health benefits that remain to be fully understood.
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer-related cause of death in men and sexual experience influences the risk of the disease.
Lactic acid has gotten a bad rap over the years. It has received the blame for muscle fatigue, post-exercise muscle soreness and that burn that you feel in your hard working leg muscles. It has been called a “dead-end” waste product of energy production that can only be cleared from your bloodstream during rest and recovery.
In the future, physicians will be able to use the technique to determine optimal drug doses for treating muscle diseases.
Low testosterone levels increase the risk of premature death, heart attack, stroke, diabetes and impotence.
Prozac, Zoloft and Oleptro (fluoxetine, sertraline and trazodone) caused significant sexual problems, including decreased arousal and impaired orgasm.
Testosterone has a bad name because of steroid scandals in baseball, cycling, track and field, and football. Scary tales promoted by the media and some segments of the medical community link testosterone to deadly heart attacks, cancer, liver disease and psychotic behavior. Consequently, many physicians are gun-shy about prescribing it to their pa
Exercise, cutting calories, and losing fat are difficult, so you want the most from your weight-control program. A study from the University of Munich in Germany showed that meal timing, dietary composition, and exercise influenced post-exercise fat metabolism.
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