Traditional knowledge surrounding fitness is traditional for a reason. The conventional wisdom has stood the test of time because it has led t extremely pleasing results for men and women who have devoted themselves to the gym.
But what if you don’t have time to devote yourself to the gym? What if you barely have an hour a day that you could spare? What if you’re looking for a way to start hitting the gym again, but find that your lifestyle isn’t compatible with a gym routine.
Well, for you there’s this:
The cool, winter weather may have gone on a little longer than we expected this year, but the summer has undoubtedly arrived.
Here's what you can do to stay fresh during a long work day.
We live in a fast-paced social media run era, and at the forefront of that is people’s impression of you. If you take your time adapting to this new age you will find that you’re going to soon be left behind.
Have you heard the phrase “Working out is 20%, diet is 80%”?
There is a lot of truth to this statement, but before you go ahead and take the statement way to literally, let us emphasize the importance of a well balanced workout lifestyle.
Here's 3 foods you need to be eating for the best gains.
Humans are primates. And primates are highly active, highly intelligent beings that forage, hunt and fight for a living.
And yet, we evolved into an entirely different species – human beings – the only self aware, semi-sentient living being, capable of outer space exploration, stratospheric levels of technological development and so much more.
But there’s a part of our ancestral life that many men today are not incorporating into their life to their own detriment.
Lifting heavy things.
For men in their 20s there’s two types of grooming that you need to be aware of – amateur grooming and professional grooming.
Professional grooming on one hand could mean shelling out a wad of cash every couple of weeks to get a top class shave and a haircut, but there’s another side to it that’s often ignored – developing good grooming habits through your 20s that will benefit you in the long term.
There are many, many things you can do now, but we’ll start with the most practical ones that can be honed on a relatively frugal budget.