Laura Williams Bustos, ACSM EP-C

Laura Williams holds a master's degree in exercise and sport science from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and is a certified exercise physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine. She also holds certifications as a sports nutritionist, 200-hr yoga instructor, behavioral change specialist, and a sports conditioning specialist. She has been writing professionally for 12 years with a focus on fitness and health, and she's had bylines in print and online publications including Men's Health, Men's Journal, Reader's Digest, Thrillist, Verywell Fit, Healthline, and The Healthy. She currently lives on a farm in Costa Rica with her husband, son, and way too many animals.

No set cholesterol level requires medication. Diagnosis and treatment are individual.
Just 150 minutes each week lower the risk of chronic diseases and add more 'rev' in the bedroom.
Being active is good for everyone, but there are benefits specific to males.
Starting an aerobic exercise routine might be the key ingredient for more powerful climaxes.
Fitness is an essential element to improving general health, but remember, you are what you eat.
Don't underestimate the power of being fit. It really is the 'magic pill.'
Some products really do work, but how do they affect your sexual health?
All exercise is good exercise, but will it help preserve your energy, strength and sex life?
From that first sensuous caress, your hormones are in overdrive to keep the good times rolling.
Chronic muscle contraction can be managed effectively with medical and physical treatments.