Man-to-Man: Get Fit and Live Longer.

Starting is the hardest part. There’s no time like the present to get fit. Work up to it. But start. The end result is a healthier and longer life. Just because you have hit middle age or older doesn’t mean you’ve missed the opportunity to be healthy. Gradually increase your activity levels over time; the health benefits are huge.

Men are highly responsive to exercise, nutrition and hormone improvements. Take care of your body. It is the only one you will get. Make an appointment with Dr. Bright McConnell for 30 minutes and make a plan to prevent diseases that commonly strike men such as strokes and heart failure. Get your blood work done and talk man-to-man with Bright about your health goals. Make a plan tailored to you for fitness, nutrition, hormone balancing, supplements and the like.

Studies have found that men from the age of 50 who participate in high levels of physical activity will live for 2.3 years longer than those who lead a sedentary lifestyle, and 1.1 years longer than those who participate in moderate exercise.

Further findings state that exercising at a high level for 10 years between the ages of 50 and 60 could increase the life expectancy of formerly sedentary individuals to that that of men who have constantly participated in high levels of physical activity.  So even if you are starting later in life, there’s still time to add years to your life.

The increase in life span associated with starting to exercise is comparable with that linked to quitting smoking. Studies consistently find that fitness and bioidentical hormone replacement therapies are directly correlated to mental health improvement as well.

Prevent Disease and Enjoy a Better Quality of Life
Fitness and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT), in particularly testosterone for men, are scientifically proven to improve or prevent chronic disease risk factors.

Reduced Risk of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

Reducing Body Fat Percentage, Reducing the Risk of Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes

Increased Bone Density and Reduced Risk of Osteoporosis

Cardiovascular Health

Strong Posture and Flexibility