Building muscle is more than just a matter of hitting the gym three times a week and downing a protein shake. Muscle growth takes a coordinated effort of nutrition, training, rest/recovery and last but not least, consistency. When all of these elements work together, you are on your way to developing and crafting a fit, healthy physique that is exceptional and towers above the rest.
I’ve never liked exercising. There. I said it. One of the reasons why: I was bored. I wasn’t engaged enough, and even with a gym buddy it can be a task. It wasn’t until I got into my early 30s that I started liking exercise again— and why, you may ask? Tech.
The American Heart Association (AHA) has issued new guidelines for blood pressure. With these new guidelines, it is estimated that the amount of people now having elevated, or high blood pressure (hypertension stage 1) will increase from 73 million to 103 million.
A 321-page study published last week shows sperm counts in men have been falling for the last 40 years. There is a link that smoking, obesity and stress may be the cause of male infertility, but there’s no conclusive evidence yet.
The new pyramid makes specific recommendations for intake of grains, vegetables, fruits, milk, meat and beans as well as exercise recommendations for promoting health and promoting and sustaining weight loss. These dietary recommendations are excellent for peak sexual health.
This program is designed to improve blood vessel health, increase blood testosterone, cut body fat and improve metabolic health— all of which boost sexual performance. Regular physical activity is more important than physical fitness for promoting metabolic and sexual health.
You can summon your inner Viagra by following the FitnessRx Better Sex Workout and Diet. You’ll develop blood flow control that will give you rock-hard erections, produce the testosterone level of a sexual Olympian and build a lean, muscular body that will turn heads and make you a major player.
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