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Best At-Home Workouts: Full Body Workouts At Home

April 02, 2020

Best at Home Workout | At Home Workout Plans. We understand the difficulty of trying to stay driven while the gyms are closed, and you are likely working from home. I reached out to Mdrive Ambassadors Billy Woodmansee & Kylie Wright, founders of The Lifestyle Athlete App who are at home workout and nutrition experts. In the coming weeks, I have asked them to share free workouts, recipes, and education on how to stay fit and healthy during these difficult times.

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Working From Home: Tips For Success

March 20, 2020

Recently many of us have been informed that we should start working from home.  Like any challenge, there are two different attitudes on approaching this drastic change.  You could find yourself sleeping in, giving in to distractions, losing focus, not getting work done, and ultimately giving up only to binge-watch the latest show on Netflix. 

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What Is Your Immune System and How Can You Support It?

March 17, 2020 3 Comments

Your immune system is your body’s defense against infection and illness. It recognizes the cells that make up your body and will try to get rid of anything unfamiliar. This is what makes it so important – the “will try to get rid of anything unfamiliar” part especially. Our immune system tries to keep us healthy but sometimes it fails and we get sick. That is why it is a great idea to give it all the help and support it needs.

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How To Deal with Burnout | Noticing The Signs & Fixing Them

How To Deal With Burnout: See The Signs & Get Your Drive Back

March 11, 2020

Are you feeling exhausted, hating your job, and feeling less capable at work? You may be experiencing burnout. Learn the signs of burnout, and what you can do to help you deal with it, in the workplace and elsewhere in your life.

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You're Too Old For That: Age and Fitness Levels

February 27, 2020

When I was 5 years old I remember the utter disappointment I felt as my parents told me I was too young to join my older brother and his friends at the arcade. Now, in my 30’s, I am no longer hearing I am too young for that but get this: I’m now “too old” for that. Get out of here!! I’m a firm believer that people who lack the will or bravery to do something themselves are on a mission to sabotage the aspirations of others.

Let's face it, the effects of aging are real, I will concede that. Our bodies and brains do change as we grow older. BUT, the physical effects of aging can be fought off with proper nutrition, supplementation, and generally staying active. AND, the mental idea of aging is absolutely controlled by you. So, when you are confronted with haters, use that hater-ade as fuel on your mission to conquer your aspirations (and even prove them wrong on the journey). Countless men and women before us have done just that:

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From The Mdrive Archives: A Decade Old Letter From Gary Kehoe

From The Mdrive Archives: A Decade Old Letter From Gary Kehoe

February 12, 2020 1 Comment

So, I quit my well-paying job formulating for one of many Fortune 500 companies, and founded DreamBrands to make uncompromising, top-of-the-line supplements and products using only the best ingredients. For me, it was about creating a custom compound using ingredients that work well together to improve performance, stamina, and focus.  The result was Mdrive.

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Foods That Can Kill Free Testosterone

Testosterone Killing Foods Vs. Foods That Boost Testosterone

February 06, 2020 2 Comments

You probably already know that testosterone is an important hormone for men's health, but what you may not know is that certain foods can significantly affect your testosterone levels. This is a factor worth keeping in mind because your testosterone levels can affect lots of important processes such as your energy, muscle growth, and sex drive.

Therefore, depending on what foods you eat, your hormones may change the way you feel and perform throughout your life. In order to maintain healthy testosterone levels, there are some foods that can be helpful and others you definitely want to avoid.

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5 Strategies To Keep You Going In 2020

January 22, 2020 1 Comment

2020 is upon us, and if you are anything like most people, I bet you have a couple of resolutions. How many of last year's resolution did you achieve? Again, if you are like most people, you probably quit barely halfway in. If you truly want something bad enough, your mind and body will tap into all the drive you need to deliver you to your goals. Here are five strategies to keep you going when you feel like giving up:

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Healthy Snacks for People On The Go

January 14, 2020 1 Comment

Listen up men, I have good news and bad news. I'll get the bad out of the way first. Life doesn't slow down because you are trying to eat right and stay in shape. It would be nice if your world harmoniously came together to help you eat right, exercise, and stay healthy but, life's responsibilities rarely give you a break.

Now the good news.

There is a wealth of convenient options that you can integrate into your busy life that will help you to remain in good health.

We will focus on one of the most important aspects of health; eating right.

With a little planning and preparation, you can maintain a healthy diet that provides you with the energy that you need to thrive in all aspects of life. Below are a few snack options that are easy to integrate into your busy lifestyle.

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How Thermogenics And Fat Burners Work

December 06, 2019

Let’s be honest, most of us want to shed a few pounds. So, what we can do. To lose weight, you need to create an energy deficit by eating fewer calories or increasing the number of calories you “burn” through physical activity or both. We also hear the term “boost metabolism” as a way to shed pounds. Metabolism is the process by which your body converts what you eat and drink into energy and not fat.

You can burn more calories and boost your metabolism with:

  • Regular aerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise is the most efficient way to burn calories and includes activities such as walking, bicycling and swimming. As a general goal, include at least 30 minutes of physical activity in your daily routine.

If you want to lose weight or meet specific fitness goals, you may need to increase the time you spend on physical activity even more. If you can't set aside time for a longer workout, try 10-minute chunks of activity throughout the day. Remember, the more active you are, the greater the benefits.

  • Strength training. Experts recommend strength training exercises, such as weightlifting, at least twice a week. Strength training is important because it helps counteract muscle loss associated with aging. And since muscle tissue burns more calories than fat tissue does, muscle mass is a key factor in weight loss.
  • Lifestyle activities. Any extra movement helps burn calories. Look for ways to walk and move around a few minutes more each day than the day before. Taking the stairs more often and parking farther away at the store are simple ways to burn more calories. Even activities such as gardening, washing your car and housework burn calories and contribute to weight loss.

Now, if you are eating right and exercising but want a little more help with “fat burning” and “metabolism boosting”, look into thermogenic supplements.

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How To Beat The Winter Blues

November 21, 2019 1 Comment

We’re moving into that time of year again when some of us (probably many of us) suffer from winter tiredness. It may be really hard to get up in the morning or you may feel an intense desire to sleep at 3 or 4 in the afternoon. You could actually feel a kind of depression. What the heck is going on?

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No Excuse Workout: 5 Tips To Attack Your Excuses

November 07, 2019

Do you ever feel like you’re grasping to find your drive? Just coasting through life one snooze button at a time?  Cowering to that inner voice inside telling you “10 more minutes” or “I’ll start tomorrow.”? The snooze button becomes self-sabotaging.  I get it, it’s a vicious cycle that I personally have fallen victim to.  Tomorrow turns into the best day to do something you don’t want to do today. 

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