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You're up before the sun rises. You're driven until the sun sets. Your passion, your purpose, and your relentless drive to be BETTER THAN YESTERDAY, inspires anyone who is fortunate enough to meet you. Your colleagues, your family and your teams all rely on you to deliver. You’re constantly striving to do more and be your best for everyone in your life, all while fiercely wanting to be better than yesterday. Welcome to the community, The Driven.

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Can Ice Baths Help Your Muscles Recover?

September 14, 2021

Ice baths, cryotherapy, cold water immersion: these icy therapy methods are gaining popularity despite their chilly names. An ice bath, also known as cryotherapy or cold water immersion, is a method that athletes use to reduce muscle soreness and accelerate their muscle recovery time between serious workouts. To take an ice bath, fill a tub or tank with cold tap water, then chill it with ice and ice packs until it is frigid, but not actually freezing. Then soak your muscles for 10-15 minutes before diving for safety into the hot shower to warm up.

But just how does cold water help your muscles, and does it really work or are the rumors true about the cold water myth? We're here to unpack everything you need (or want) to know about cryotherapy after workouts and how to help your muscles recover from serious exercise.

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What Every Man Should Know About Free Testosterone

What Every Man Should Know About Free Testosterone

September 01, 2021

Most people know that testosterone plays a huge role in men's health and wellness. Still, many don't understand the details of the science behind testosterone levels. Every man can benefit from learning more about testosterone and how it affects the body. Free testosterone is one aspect worth knowing more about.

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How Bad Do You Want It?

August 16, 2021 1 Comment

We are all granted the same 24 hours, 1440 minutes, 86,400 seconds in our day. What we choose to do — and not do — comes down to what we value, and what we don’t.

Talk is cheap. Everyone can talk about doing something. Some can follow up with action. Few are consistent enough to see success.

Every day we are faced with thousands of choices — opportunities that test our will and guide us to success or failure. The cumulation of these choices defines where you are today. The self-reflecting question we ask ourselves at work: “What Drives You?”

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Abs For Men Over 40: Everything You Need To Know

August 02, 2021

Core and ab workouts have a lot of benefits, especially for people who suffer chronic lower back pain. Many men over 40 who suffer from chronic back pain think that engaging their core or doing ab exercises will worsen the pain. However, the right workout routine can actually help! Before we dive into the ab workouts for men that will give you results, we'll explain why having a solid core is essential, especially for those over 40.

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What You Need To Know About Intermittent Fasting And How It Works

July 15, 2021

Over the past decade, intermittent fasting has gained popularity as a fitness and health trend. It is an effective method of managing your weight and even controlling certain health conditions. Read on to learn more about intermittent fasting.

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Are We Proactive or Reactive?

June 24, 2021

For the longest time, the healthcare industry has relied heavily on reactive care. Which seems fairly reasonable, right?

If experiencing an emergency, you’ll need urgent care. However, more times than not, emergencies deemed as “reactive” are preventable. Yet, most healthcare providers advocate reactive care. Why? 

Let’s take a deeper dive, starting with each definition.

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What Are The Benefits Of Zinc For Brain Health?

June 09, 2021

The benefits of zinc range from immune support to brain function. Zinc supplements tend to fly off the shelves during cold and flu season due to its association with aiding the immune system. Although zinc has been correlated with lower rates of colds and the flu, zinc has much more potential than a simple immune booster. Having adequate zinc in your body is critical in maintaining brain health. Read on to learn how zinc helps your brain!

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Sports Athlete vs Lifestyle Athlete

May 14, 2021

As a performance and wellness coach for high-level athletes and individuals, I am often asked the question, "What is the difference between a professional athlete's workouts and a standard workout?" To me, there is only one significant difference between a sports athlete and a lifestyle athlete's workout, the warm-up. This article will discuss how this one significant difference sets the workouts apart and evaluates where you should fall on the sports athlete and lifestyle athlete workout continuum.

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How to Avoid Restless Sleep

May 14, 2021

Restless sleep happens to everyone from time to time - but did you know that there are actually steps you can take to improve your sleep quality and minimize restless nights? We've included some of the best tips for creating optimal sleeping conditions down below.

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What Is Inflammation?

May 14, 2021

The human body is fascinating. Give it half a chance to heal itself, and it will. For the most part, its systems work together perfectly to do everything from grow to move and heal. One way the body helps heal itself is to create inflammation around an affected area. Inflammation is how your body responds to irritation, injury, or infection. It is a call from your immune system to release chemicals and proteins from your immune system and other cells to heal the area.

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5 Ways Nitric Oxide Can Improve Muscle Growth and Sex Life

5 Benefits Of Nitric Oxide For Muscle Growth And Your Sex Life

May 12, 2021

Nitric oxide is a molecule produced in the blood vessels' lining, the endothelium. It relaxes muscles along the inside wall of the blood vessels, allowing them to dilate, leading to increased blood flow. The endothelium is sensitive to chemical and physical conditions in our blood vessels, so when it senses the need for increased blood resulting from conditions such as low cholesterol or physical activity, it increases the production of nitric oxide.

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Controlling Calories: Is it Possible to Lose Weight and Gain Muscle?

April 29, 2021

It's hard to lose weight and keep it off. It's even harder to do that if you're trying to tone up and build muscle at the same time. If you've been struggling to keep the pounds off but your body in shape with your current routine, chances are, it isn't your workout that's letting you down.
 
The number one contributor to your waistline and your ability to build biceps is your diet and calories in calories out. Counting calories may seem easy, but when you're trying to strike a balance between losing weight and staying fit, it can be a real challenge.

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