Find what you need for your well being. Both mind and body…
Meet my friend David Ogden. Owner/Operator of Military Fitness Dads. Below you’ll find him on FB and his Trainerize bio site.
Welcome to the Military Dads Fitness community!
This group is for Active Duty and Veteran Dads who want to Burn Fat, Build Muscle, Gain Confidence in yourself.
Is this the right community for you?
If you are looking to:
– Burn Fat
– Build Muscle
– See your kids (and their kids) grow old
– Become A Leader to your Family
– Feel Attractive- Gain Confidence
– Love yourself- Feel great and have tons of energy
– Be a hero to your kids
– Do something for yourself for once
– Be a part of a like-minded community
– stay up to date on the latest in fitness and nutrition
– Become A Badass
If you’re looking to achieve any of these HEALTH/FITNESS/LIFE goals, you are in the right place. We’re glad you found us 🙂
How to Build Muscle at Home With No Equipment
A guide to constructing your own muscle building home workout
As gyms around the world close due to the unfortunate spreading of coronavirus, many are left with no choice but to work out at home. Many are worried that their hard efforts in the gym will go to waste, dreading the loss of muscle.
This supposition is based on the notion that bodyweight home workouts are inferior for building muscle.
However, fortunately, this notion is wrong…
10 ESSENTIAL SELF-CARE TIPS FOR MEN
From improving your sleep to trying meditation, these self-care commandments will help you stay healthy and sane.
Self-care has never been more important that it is right now. We all need ways to manage stress and reduce anxiety on our own in a healthy way. But self-care doesn’t have to mean taking a long bath with rose petals in it, like so many of us think it does…
Are You Guilty of Any of These Flawed Fitness “Shortcuts”?
From overtraining to an obsession with body shape, here are the paths you don’t want to travel
11 Studies That Analyzed The Anti-Aging Effects Of Exercise (medium.com)
The mechanisms of exercise and longevity
Studies show that individuals who regularly exercise have a 35 percent decreased risk of developing heart disease or stroke, a 50 percent decreased risk of developing type 2 diabetes and obesity, age slower, have less age-related illnesses like sarcopenia, and experience less mental health problems. It’s clear, based on the research, that exercise promotes longevity by reducing disease risk and counteracting — or in some cases reversing — the signs of aging…
10 REASONS TO WALK EVERY DAY (myfitnesspal.com)
Walking is one of the healthiest activities you can do. Putting one foot in front of the other has been consistently proven to benefit everything from blood pressure and weight control to your mood. And, because it only requires a pair of shoes and space to move, it’s one of the easiest workouts to accomplish…
Personal Trainer Harry Jameson’s 7 Rules For Conquering The Gym (And Your Mind)
The benefits of exercise are well documented. Regular physical activity reduces the risk of developing cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and even some cancers. But in order to hit your performance goals, train like a pro and bulletproof your body against injury, you need to look at more than how many burpees you can do. Diet, nutrition, recovery and mental health are all equally as important…
8 Ways Strength Training Boosts Your Health and Fitness
If you knew that a certain type of exercise could benefit your heart, improve balance, strengthen bones and muscle, and help you lose or maintain weight, wouldn’t you want to get started? Well, studies show that strength training can provide all those benefits and more…
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