Not a lot of men follow a daily grooming regime that involves much more than soap, toothpaste and deodorant – and sometimes not even that. A lot of men seem to buy into the idea that in order to look and act like men, the more “rugged” they are, the better. The problem is that “rugged” usually translates to hairy and smelly for most men.
Walk into any GNC, Vitamin Shoppe or even your local pharmacy and you will find hundreds of supplement products. A good chunk of those are testosterone boosters. While many of these supplements claim to be natural, there still persists a negative stigma on these products, as some consumers view them as low-grade steroids
Even though most men are taking a lot of leafy vegetables and fruits, they are still not getting enough vitamins from their day-to-day diet. Studies show that men have nutritional deficiency in almost every nutritional group. This obviously has serious long-term health implications. However, taking vitamin supplements is not always the most viable solution to cover up for the deficiency.
As teenagers we watch our elders live life without any regards, yet we don't understand what it actually means to be an adult until we become adults. The stress that comes with working every day, paying bills, and building a family of our own significant others and kids (if applicable) is stress that is better understood from first hand experience.
Did you know your skin is the largest organ in the body? This is not only a fun fact, but it’s important for getting the most out of your health and appearance.
Most modern men know that soap is good, but most of us buy any old soap form the supermarket. This is a good first step, but it’s now time to educate yourself on what soap is right for you.
Regardless of your personal reason for being interested in fitness, it is always a good idea to spend some quality time with your body getting in better shape. Not only will you learn new things about your body, including how strong it really is, but you will also feel better about the skin you live in.
The internet is rife with dubious accounts of the positive and ill effects of human growth hormones. Some of them claim to provide miracle results while others speak of a risk of cancer and diabetes without providing any plausible results at all. With such opposing opinions about them, is it any wonder that so many people are skeptical of their safety and effectiveness. Well, perhaps it is time to clear the air. Let’s come clean and set the record straight. Human growth hormones are not a god-sent miracle that will completely change your life within minutes, and neither are they riddled with the risks and dangers that so many people associate with them.
In today’s society it is pretty understandable to realize that having a sense of humor is completely fine. However, as the old mantra goes “there is a time and place for everything.” While many people (men and women) take more the joking aspect of male problems than serious, it is about time we start changing that paradigm.