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Grab them weights for a new and improved mental, physical and sexual health.

 As we reach new plateaus in our lives. We find ourselves making and having many changes take place. Some of these changes are physically changes, fitness changes, emotional changes, and mental changes.  

Bottom line, when you look into the mirror you’ve noticed that you aren’t the same as you were maybe a year or more ago. Something has changed about you, and you either are going to like, dislike it or just except it.

Because making a complaint about it to yourself and not doing anything about it is simply a waste of hot air. So if you want that explosive energy that you once had back in your youthfulness.

Get up, get out, and push yourself to get started with the restoration process of a healthier you. It’s up to you and only you to restore you.  

The ideal is to simply exercise at least three times a week. It will help you with your physical health, mental health, emotional health, and will also help increase your drive to stay fit and motivated.

When it comes to working out to either lose or gain. There are different types of fitness to choose from.

Such as the classic methods of fitness workouts for simply staying in shape are as following:

  • Walking
  • Running 
  • Squats
  • Lunges
  • Push-ups
  • Abdominal Crunches 

Most exercise program should include cardiovascular exercises, which strengthens the heart and burns calories. Also, when you are starting to feel better about your health, you will notice the new changes in yourself.

Such as your energy levels will be increased, your strength levels will have increased, and also your sexual drive will also have increased.

According to Richard Jadick, D.O.,(Piedmont Urologist)say, “Exercise will boost up testosterone, though certain types of exercise increase testosterone more than others.”

Exercise can raise testosterone because it promotes muscle building. The more muscle you have, the higher your testosterone levels.

Resistance exercises are proven by research to help increase short and long term testosterone levels. Weightlifting is the best type of exercise to boost testosterone in both the short and long term.

It’s been found to be especially helpful for men. Testosterone levels can vary widely for men, within the normal or healthy range of testosterone in adult men.

Normal healthy levels change with age, in your 40s and in your 70s. Many men continue to have a strong sex drive through these years, though testosterone starts to slowly decrease around age 35.

It typically goes down by about 1% per year, but it could be faster for some men. This could have some effect on your sex drive. Plus, for many men, the stress of work, family, and other commitments can affect how interested you are in sex.

For the women, just 20 minutes of exercise could boost sexual arousal by 169%. That affects the hormones, neurotransmitters and autonomic nervous system activity.

 It also raises and sustains levels of an enzyme in women that increases genital blood flow and arousal. You’ve likely heard that regular exercise can reduce the risk of chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, or osteoporosis.

But a growing body of research shows it may have another, more surprising effect improving your sex life. Research in women has found that those who are physically active report greater sexual desire, arousal, and satisfaction than women who are sedentary. 

 Restoring your health is the best logical thing that you can do for yourself. Exercising isn’t just for you to look strong, it is beneficial in every aspect of the way of the lives and relationships that we are integrated into. So why not workout and help elongate the drive?

 Jeremiah 30:17:

I will restore you to health and heal your wounds, declares the Lord.

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