Testosterone plays a significant role in the health and well-being of men. For crucial processes like sperm production, sex drive, and bone mass development, the body needs testosterone. But as you age, your testosterone levels start to decrease.
If you’re 50 or older, you may have low testosterone. It’s pretty common among men starting at 50 years old. Whether you know you’re experiencing low T or are looking for a way to increase your levels naturally, continue reading to learn the benefits of testosterone for men over 50.
Protein, the building block of our body. It’s essential for building and maintaining muscle tissue, strength, and overall good health. Foods like lean meats, fish, kale, nuts, and whole grains are great sources of protein and can be easily added to your diet. But how much protein does your body actually need?
It’s no secret that many experience muscle mass decline as they get older, but that doesn’t mean you have to accept it. With proper calculation, you can easily determine the amount of protein you need to repair and rebuild muscle tissue. Here are some ways to determine the amount of protein you should consume.
They say sore muscles are a sign that you’re doing it right at the gym. But let’s be honest, no one likes waking up to intensely sore muscles. Wondering if you can speed up muscle recovery, and what helps muscles recover faster?
While most muscle soreness resolves on its own after a few days, you probably won’t want to wait it out. Not only can it be uncomfortable, you likely want to get back to exercising. Let’s look at what causes soreness and how to speed up muscle recovery.
Did you know that selenium is an essential mineral for men's health? It’s important for prostate health and can help protect your cells from damage. But that’s not all it can do.
Let’s look at the many benefits of selenium for men and explore some of the best selenium-rich foods. You’ll also get tips on ensuring you're getting enough selenium in your diet.
Working hard, meeting deadlines, and being enthusiastic about your job can help you get promoted. However, without assertiveness, your efforts could be in vain. Being assertive in the workplace can help you get what you want. It helps eliminate the fear of rejection and allows you to boldly present ideas to your boss and colleagues.
Assertiveness doesn't come naturally to everyone. Some people don’t know how to develop it. But with some effort, you can become more assertive and get the raise you deserve. Read on for tips on how to be more assertive at work.
Tenacious. Passionate. Resilient. Nobody epitomizes the essence of the Driven Lifestyle better than Kurt Madden.
An endurance sport icon and Mdrive ambassador, Kurt is one of the OGs of the sport. He finished seventh at the 1980 Ironman World Championships in Hawaii — his first Ironman triathlon competition and the third Ironman ever — and won the first-ever Ultraman race in 1983, repeating that feat two years later in 1985.
I’m bringing you along on this very personal self-reflection in hopes that maybe you can have an epiphany like I’m having.
Someone once told me that I needed to stop looking up waiting for fireworks to happen above me, and to start appreciating the sparklers happening around me every day.
We’re often so busy stressing about the future or dwelling on the past that we rarely have time to reflect on the moment and be truly present. Take stock of where we’re at.