3 quick questions: 1. Are you a guy or do you know one close to you over the age of 35? 2. Have you or he looked at your/his bare chest lately? 3. If so... did you see them?...The dreaded.... "Manboobs"? Obviously if you are female this is not an issue. But for us men, … Continue reading Manboobs???
If you have stubborn bodyfat that just does not want to budge, you will find this freee video helpful. It's only 16 minutes long and covers the connection between your "hormones" and bodyfat. Not only bodyfat... Your sexual-drive, your energy, your mood, and of course issues like menopause, andropause (male menopause) and more. Give it … Continue reading Free Stubborn Bodyfat Video
MedPage Today (4/26, Neale) reported that "hypertensive men with the most muscle strength appear to have a lower risk of dying than their weaker counterparts," according to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Investigators found, "even after controlling for cardiorespiratory fitness level and other potential confounders," that "men in … Continue reading Muscular Strength May Be Associated With Reduced Mortality Risk In Men With Hypertension
Manifestions of Obesity Diagram Reuters (4/1, Marcus) reports that research published in the American Heart Journal suggests that fitness may be a better predictor than weight of whether individuals with certain heart problems are more likely to die in the near future. Researchers found that individuals who were both somewhat thin and fit had the … Continue reading Fitness May Be A Better Predictor Than Weight Of Whether Individuals With Certain Heart Problems Will Die In Near Future
The UK's Daily Mail (4/1, Hagan) reports, "An expanding waistline puts men in danger of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD)." After monitoring "changes in the waistlines of more than 21,000 men and women, aged between 40 and 69, over several years," then following the study population to determine how many cases of AMD developed, Australian … Continue reading Expanding Waistline May Put Men In Danger Of Developing AMD