Testosterone plays a vital role in our health, and even more so for men.
Depending on which study you read, men produce as much as 10 to 20 times more testosterone than women, and is the number 1 reason why women don’t get muscles.
This essential hormone controls our sexual desire, maintains our reproductive system, helps strengthen and grow bones, and builds new muscle. Read More →
If there’s one food I can guarantee to be in the fridge, (no matter how long it’s been there!) is cheese.
From as far back as I can remember, cheese has always been a staple food source in my home.
I love the stuff, particularly the extra mature cheddar types.
Pull ups are one of the hardest exercises you can do, but also provides you with the greatest benefits to your back and upper body.
As well as needing good upper body strength, you also need the mental strength to perform them.
I used to
still hate doing pull-ups, and I hardly ever see anyone else doing them in the gym. The reason being, even just 1 or 2 of these super compound moves are out of reach for a lot of people.
As a kid growing up, I used to watch a TV program called ‘SuperStars’ and was in awe of a guy called Brian Jacks who was able to do 100 dips in 60 seconds!
I’m not quite at that point yet – plus having annoyingly skinny wrists and long arms, dips don’t really favor my physique.
However, I do know that chest dips are a classic bodyweight, compound exercise that provide many benefits, and are a great alternative, or addition to the barbell bench press. Read More →
Nuts are a tremendous, healthy food source that is readily available all year round and are perfect to snack on when you have the munchies.
They are nutrient dense and one of the best non-meat sources of protein you can eat. Read More →