5 Ways to be a Studly Man & Awesome Dad!
Need more energy?
How about more strength in the gym?
Does your unit keep you down?
What about stamina in the gym and in the bedroom?
Kids running all over you?
If any of these apply to you, or even if they don’t, a lot of us can relate to some of these questions but how do we get them fixed? Who do you ask for advice or what reference do you go for help? Here’s a sure fire list to get you going in the right direction.
1. Get some EXERCISE
C’mon man. Are you really going to tell your kids they should work hard, be disciplined and push for greatness while you are being lazy on the couch with your expanded gut?
Does that statement strike a chord or offend you in some way? Kids look up to fathers as role models to pave the way for manhood and fatherhood.
Now you don’t have to spend countless hours slaving away in the gym. Try this quick workout you can do at home or the gym. It looks super simple but harder then you think.
Each circuit consists of:
- Squats- 20 reps
- Pushups- 10 reps
- Crunches- 15 reps
Do these non-stop, with no rest between exercises until you finish one circuit.
Then take 1 minute of rest between circuits. Try doing 5 circuits of these, 3x per week. Shouldn’t take you more then 10 minutes max!
2. Eat Healthier
Yea, we know you’re not going to go to a fish and veggies diet, and we’re not promoting that either. But guzzling down soda and inhaling fried foods is not the answer as well. Try doing something like this…….
Breakfast: Protein Shake in the morning
Lunch: Lean meats with a salad for lunch (try to stay away from pouring on the dressing or adding a bunch of toppings)
Snack: Protein Shake in the early afternoon
Dinner: Eat what you want, as long as it has an ample amount of protein at dinner.
Yes, you will be hungrier then normal throughout the day, but you don’t necessarily have to change your diet at dinner, so long as you make sure that there is an ample amount of protein at that meal. Try this.
3. Be a stern dad
Not a “friend” dad.
We’ve all seen those parents who try to be friends with their kids rather than being their parents. And there hasn’t been a good story when that has happened.
Respect, authority and accountability all get lost when you become their “friend” rather than their dad. You can still have a great relationship with and be supportive of your kids, while being an awesome parent who continues to guide his children through their growth and development.
4. Get more Sleep!
This is a big-time game changer. Studies have shown that for every hour below the recommended 7-8 hours of daily sleep, is akin to a person drinking alcohol during the day. Yes, you heard that right. If you’ve been awake for 18 hours, that’s the same as someone having a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.05%. If you’ve been up for 24 hours, then that’s the equivalent of having a BAC of 0.10%. Crazy right. Get some sleep.
5. Invest in some supplements
Well, you know we were going to go here, right? But it’s true. Taking the right supplements can help invigorate you in areas where you are deficient.
Ingredients like Tribulus, Damiana, Fenugreek, LongJack, etc. have all been proven to help get your manhood back like you were in your 20’s. Is it going to be a miracle for you? Not likely, but it will help you feel better than you are as you are reading this. The ingredients mentioned above along with others, can really go along ways to helping you feel better overall, in the gym and in the bedroom.