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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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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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6 Ways To Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

January 01, 2020

Another year, another calorie-filled holiday season, and another shot at slaying those New Year’s Resolutions! I just figured the generations before us created New Year’s Resolutions as a result of feeling guilty after an over-indulgent holiday. In reality, the origins of New Year’s Resolutions are rooted 4,000 years ago in Babylon. The ancient Babylonians pledged their allegiance to their gods in an 11-day festival celebrating the Nile flooding and crops renewing. They believed pledging their allegiance and repaying their debts would bring them good luck in the following year.

Julius Caesar is responsible for first changing the calendar year to begin January 1st, with widespread adoption later from Pope Gregory XIII in 1582 with the Gregorian calendar. The Romans named January after Janus, the two-faced god who symbolized looking back on the past and forward into the future.  

That’s deep, and that’s how we essentially arrived at today’s resolutions: we look physically and retrospectively into the mirror asking ourselves what we did and more importantly what we could have done better. I think we can all agree the paradigm shift from pledging to do better for others to pledging to do better for ourselves is a positive one. Change starts and ends with you.

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Burning Fat With Thermogenics

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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Why Pets Are Good For Your Health

Why Pets Are Good For Your Health

October 24, 2019

All pet ownership has been linked to human longevity. Pets provide human’s with natural everyday movement like getting up to feed a pet, ensuring water is always available, playing with our pet. Movement is good for our bodies. For people living alone, pets can give us a reason to get up in the morning. This is also beneficial for the aged and those with chronic illnesses. Feeling unneeded and of no use has been identified as a risk factor in suicide.

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Kurt Madden: The Real Life Ironman

Kurt Madden: The Real Life Ironman

October 11, 2019

When you talk about drive, it's hard not to think about one of the world's top endurance athletes: Kurt "Mad Dog" Madden. The man who fears nothing. The first ever Ultraman. The real life Ironman. This is his story.

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Tips to a Healthy Prostate

Tips to a Healthy Prostate

September 30, 2019 1 Comment

The prostate is a gland that produces the fluid that carries sperm during ejaculation. This gland weighs about 1 ounce and is the size of an apricot.  It sits just in front of the rectum and below the bladder. The prostate contracts during ejaculation and squirts its fluid into the urethra.  The milky fluid produced by the prostate 

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ashwagandha, The Perfect Supplement Ingredient

The Perfect Supplement Ingredient: Ashwagandha

September 17, 2019

Suppose we try to put together a wish list of what we would like the perfect dietary supplement ingredient to be. One that we think is worth taking every day. Here is my attempt at that wish list. First and foremost, I would want it to be safe. A natural ingredient with a long, safe history of use by men and women of all ages would make me feel comfortable taking it every day. 

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The New Driven Dad

The New Driven Dad

September 11, 2019

I’m Taylor, The New Driven Dad, and this series is for you.  As a father of two kids (3 & 1 ½) I will be completely honest here as I share my struggles and my successes along my own personal journey. The New Driven Dad aims to motivate and inspire all the dad’s out there to overcome the excuses and refind their prime.

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Mdrive | Do Testosterone Pills Work? Natural Testosterone Effective

How do testosterone-boosting supplements work?

August 27, 2019

Testosterone is the key male sex hormone that regulates many of the processes in a man’s body such as muscle mass, fat distribution, fertility, etc. Low testosterone can lead to lower energy, reduced mental focus, reduced strength, less lean muscle, and abdominal fat. And this is why it is so important to maintain a healthy testosterone level throughout your lifetime.

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