Science can help you get laid this weekend. Forget about flowers, candlelight dinners, and soft guitars. Appeal to her animal instincts that have been programmed in her genes through millions of years of evolution.
Ginsenoside Rg1 is one of the active ingredients in ginseng, a popular sex supplement. Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences found that Rg1 was a powerful sexual stimulant in mice. Rg1 increased mounting and pelvic thrusting by 20 percent. It also increased blood testosterone, nitric oxide (important for increasing blood flow), and nerve stimulation to the penis.
What does your morning routine say about you? Better yet, what is your morning routine doing for you? If you’ve never given these questions any thought, don’t worry - you’re definitely not alone.
Despite the celebrity support, federal grants, corporate sponsorship, community volunteers, pharmaceutical advances, and personal spending, America is losing the Battle of the Bulge. Yet, there may be a simple trick that can help a person burn fat without any effort, and in many cases save money: turn down the thermostat.
Glycogen stores in the muscles and liver decrease in the night as you sleep. Conventional wisdom would suggest that exercising on an empty stomach would promote fat burning and weight loss.
Nutrition experts typically recommend that people limit the consumption of processed and red meat to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, but the data are far from definitive.
Many athletes take supplemental testosterone or anabolic steroids (testosterone-like drugs) in the hope of increasing strength, muscle mass, appearance, and physical performance. The health, legal, and ethical problems associated with steroids outweigh their benefits. Men are better off maximizing testosterone levels naturally.
Low T and high cortisol make it easier to get upset, and you end up in a stressful cycle that'll kill your gains. Stress really is a killer, so try to chill out!
It’s that time of year again. No, not the Holiday Season, unfortunately – the cold and flu season. And now that you’re just getting back on track after the holidays, the last thing you want is an illness to knock you out and take you out of the gym for another week.
Is your body suing your legs for nonsupport? If your legs look more like toothpicks than tree trunks, then you might have a higher risk of cardiovascular disease and premature death. Scientists discovered that body shape influences life expectancy and the risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.