Remember the days where you’d be playing football, cricket or whatever other sport for hours upon end, go home and then be fresh out again the next day to do the same? So undoubtedly, staying fit and healthy becomes progressively more difficult. Work and family also provide added distractions, so here are a handful of tips and methods to help you stay healthy as you grow older.Read More
When you work a job which requires you to sit at a desk all day with very little movement, it can start to take its toll on your health. Since our bodies weren’t made for sedentary lifestyles, the lack of activity can begin to adversely affect our systems over time.
However, this isn’t to say that you should quit your passion which involves sitting at a desk to go find the first physically demanding job that you can find. Here are some of the best ways to stay healthy despite working at a desk.
Having kids, despite the many joys they can bring you, can also lead to untold amounts of stress. Fear not, as we are here to help. We have some anti-aging tips in this article to help you. While our advice won't solve your stresses with your kids, it will alleviate some of the effects that stress can cause.Read More
OK so we all know getting fit is a good thing. We also know losing a few pounds is good too. But what about getting really fit? Not just trim but getting a really good body that people complement you on. We thought it might be fun to look at a few reasons why really working on your physique and fitness could be worth the effort.Read More
Health is everything. To enjoy life to its fullest you need to be healthy. A great way to stay healthy and have fun at the same time is to play sports and games that are good for you. The next big question that comes to mind is that what games you should play. So we have prepared a list of some sports and games that you should check out.Read More
There are many reasons why taking up martial arts is a good thing for dads. If you like sports but want to try something different, taking up martial arts can still give you that work out albeit a little different from what you are used to. If you take up martial arts, you are not just getting physically fit, but mentally and emotionally fit as well. It takes a lot of discipline ( both mind and body) to master a form of martial arts after all.
Dads get a dad bod. Unless you’re totally committed to fitness, exercise, and your overall appearance, it’s easy for dads to let their body go. So, we’re here to show you how you can get it back in three easy steps. Maintaining a good image as a dad really isn’t as hard as you might think, and it might even help to keep the romance alive in your relationship. If you’re ready to start your transformation, read on to find out more.Read More
As a Father today, it can be challenging to remain in shape. From a busy work schedule to a demanding home life, it can difficult for Dads to stay healthy. It can easy to turn into a couch potato at home and a snacking machine at work, so here are some useful tips that should help any Dad keep in shape.Read More
Uh yes, dadhood. The next step up from adulthood, dadhood is an entirely new experience. Any aging you’d previously experienced will be accelerated through stress, stress and more stress. Kids are great, and I don’t want you to misquote me on that. However, they do have a tendency to make our hair grey and...Read More
We’ve all been there. That moment when you look in the mirror and gasp audibly at yourself. Or you catch sight of yourself with the biggest paunch you’ve had for a long while. It’s not good, but it’s sobering. You need to get back in shape, and not just for yourself...Read More
The ‘Dad bod’ has become a pop culture expression for a body type that is somewhere in between lean and obese. Big names like Leonardo DiCaprio and Simon Cowell have brought the fad to public attention. Dad bods are named as such as they are said to be the result of a man becoming a father and...Read More
You’re a busy dad, you work hard and you provide for you family. Life is great, but you sometimes find yourself thinking about those years in your twenties and when and where that incredible six pack went...Read More
A study at Kansas State University concluded that dads feel just as guilty as moms about taking time to work out. The researchers said both parents tend to view exercise as a selfish behavior that takes up family time. The researchers said, in order to stay active, many dads take time during the lunch hour to exercise, while active moms exercise first thing in the morning.Read More