Pick Your Martial Arts Program


There are many different styles of martial arts, including taekwondo, karate, and jiu jitsu, as well as MMA (mixed martial arts). Below are definitions of some of the most popular styles. Each style has it’s own unique attributes and of course, each style isn’t for everyone. You should always do your research, maybe try a variety of classes before choosing ...

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Becoming Scuba Certified


The word scuba is an acronym for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus and refers to the equipment which allows properly trained scuba divers to safely explore the underwater environment. At the heart of a scuba diver’s training is learning how this equipment works and the procedures and techniques for its safe use in a course of study that leads to ...

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Top 10 Protein Powders for Men

Best Protein Powder For Building Muscle Fast

MUSCLE UP, LEAN DOWN Whether you’re looking to burn fat or build mass, protein supplementation can help you reap faster results. Protein assists with fat loss and muscle building, repair, and maintenance. There are dozens of protein supplements on the market today. They differ in complexity, contents and effects on the body. Most often, the taste is a huge differential. ...

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How To Naturally Speed Up Your Metabolism


It’s not only women that experience slowing metabolism as they get older. Men also experience this as well. Contrary to what some may think, eating more often can help you lose weight. When you eat large meals with many hours in between, your metabolism slows down between meals. Having a small meal or snack every 3 to 4 hours keeps ...

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Top 5 Health Risks For Men

If you are over the age of 40, you may be experiencing some changes in your health that are concerning. Quite possibly you already have some existing conditions that you are also trying to manage. During midlife and beyond, men’s leading causes of death include familiar standbys: heart disease, cancer, unintentional injuries, stroke, diabetes, respiratory disease, suicide, and Alzheimer’s disease. ...

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