Men's Health and Fitness Tips and Advice for Men
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    Fitness Motivation Tips For Guys Who Hate The Gym

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    Healthy Recipe: Smoky and Spicy Homemade Spaghetti Sauce!

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    Cycling Tips For the Novice To Get You Rolling Right

  • Understanding the Importance Of Potassium for Athletic Performance

    Understanding the Importance Of Potassium for Athletic Performance

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  • It comes to that point in life, where we think about settling down with our significant other and talk about having children. But, while problems getting pregnant are usually attributed to the woman in the relationship, the fact is, men have their part to play too. So if you have been trying with your partner to get pregnant, and it's not been happening, is it actually down to you?

  • Most domestic flights in Europe and the United States are easy - they are typically less than three hours. That make even marginal conditions tolerable... but what about transcontinental flights or heading to Europe, Hawaii, or South America? For some reason once I pass the four hour mark it's a whole different ball game. Here are some of my tips that I've used to stay happy, comfortable and most importantly healthy on long flights.

  • When it comes to improving our health, it can be a challenge since results often take weeks, months or years. Sometimes, the "result" is simply that nothing happens... that you avoided an issue. This often results in any efforts ending prematurely or never beginning at all, despite our best intentions. Don't worry though, here's our tips to help improve your health that will show results (almost) immediately.

  • Coffee has long been a highly-favored drink among adults. It’s easily one of the most popular drinks in the world, albeit also one of the most addictive. But fear not, the good thing about coffee is that its consumption also comes with a lot of health benefits.

  • As fuel prices continue to rise following a series of global economic events, there really is no better time to take up cycling than now. Not only is it eco-friendly in a way, it is also a surefire method to keeping fit for less.

  • We all know that potassium is important for keeping your body healthy, especially while working out. You’ve probably even heard the advice to go eat a banana to get more potassium but do you really understand why this critical electrolyte is really important? Let’s take a look at how potassium can help your body with fitness and workout performance.

  • We all appreciate the need for keeping our bodies in good health. In truth, the majority of us actively enjoy working out too. Or at the very least, we enjoy the post-workout satisfaction. Unfortunately, finding the time, money, and effort to hit the gym isn’t always easy. Thankfully, there are a number of alternative solutions out there.

  • When it comes time for bed, every man dreads their lover telling them she ‘has a headache’. It may be a cliche, but we’ve all heard it at some stage. Instantly, the mood comes crashing down, and you know you’ll sleep unsatisfied for that night at least.

  • Whether it’s summer or winter, training is probably still a huge part of your routine; the only thing that changes is what you train in! It’s finally time to put away those oversized, warm hoodies and start looking for some summer training gear to make sure you’re comfortable.

  • Premature ejaculation or PE is the number one most common men's sexual health problem. Let's face it - we've all gotten a bit overexcited and couldn't control ourselves. It's not fun, it can be awkward, and sometimes a bit messy. One of the challenges that we face as men is that because so much of our "male image" is tied up in sexual prowess, that failure to perform is something often shrouded in mystery, myth, and bravado. Let's take a look at a few of these myths as well as some treatments that will actually work to help you last longer.

  • Last month, I turned 41 years old and with many of my friends in our 40s now there are all sorts of new conversations that I once thought were only for "old people". Prostate health is one of those topics, but it really should be something that even younger guys are aware of beyond the dreaded "prostate exam" that can come as a surprise the first time your doctor decides to check it. Despite the uncomfortable nature of the conversation though, it's important that men of all ages consider the importance and a healthy prostate and do what we can to avoid and/or cope with prostate cancer. 

  • All too often, I simply just throw a toothbrush and a few other items into my backpack and away I go for a quick trip. That works for a guys weekend, but when you are headed out somewhere fun with that special person in your life, it's important to put a bit more thought into packing. Here's some toiletry kit essentials that you need to pack to ensure the perfect romantic getaway.

  • Colds... everyone hates them and most of us get one at least once per year. Despite this being one of the most common sicknesses, most of us really don't understand what it is or even why they are called colds in the first place. Let's take a look and learn some cool facts about colds.

  • Your body is a machine that needs the proper fuel to function. Unfortunately, our diets don't always allow us to get the nutrients we need. In other cases, science has discovered that to reach peak performance it's necessary to supplement our diet with additional nutrients beyond what we've historically used. One of these that is incredibly important today is Omega-3 Fish Oil. This is a word that we hear all the time, but what exactly is it and how can taking an Omega-3 supplement help improve a man's health? 

  • As fun and exciting as travel can be, it almost always causes disruptions to your existing routines. Most notably, these include eating, exercise, and sleep schedules - all things that are essential for maintaining a healthy lifestyle. For people with diabetes though, these are more than just minor disruptions and so it's important to consider ways to maintain your routine and plan for those inevitable disruptions before it becomes a major issue needing immediate attention.

  • Cruise ships are an environment unlike any other when it comes to the spread of disease. You have sometimes as many as 8,000 people from all over the world crammed into a boat together for a week or more. That means that each elevator button, hand rail, tongs in the buffet, counter tops are touched thousands of times each day and unfortunately, not everyone is 100% healthy. While you can protect yourself from others, sometimes it is YOU who is the sick one. Here's what to do if you catch a cold while on a cruise ship.

  • Let's face it, no matter what your plans are for an epic mancation adventure with the guys - something as simple as a cold can ruin everything. Fortunately though, there are some easy things you can do to avoid a cold (or at least reduce it's duration and intensity). Here are some of my favorite tips to make sure that being sick doesn't ruin your fun!

  • Everyone knows that exercise is important. Your health depends on you exercising on a regular basis. Unfortunately, if you lead a busy lifestyle, squeezing in 30 minutes of exercise isn’t always easy. The good news is, there are plenty of tools to help you get the exercise you need and keep you motivated enough to exercise on a regular basis.

  • With the weather turning cold, I know that many of you are looking at your basement or garage and thinking how nice it would be to build a home gym - rather than trudge through the cold for your daily fitness routine. Let's take a look at how you can do things right!

  • Last week, I spent a few days exploring Idaho with my wife - Heather from ChickVacations. This adventure was a bit different than others we have taken since we traded hotel rooms for a campervan. Don't worry though, it was an awesome experience and like so many things in life - I didn't want it to get over too quickly.

Meet James and Heather!

 

 

 

 

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