1. High level of high density lipoprotein
Heart disease kills about 356,000 men worldwide each year. If there is enough HDL (high-density lipoprotein) in the blood, there is basically no need to worry. Dr. Eckert, a cardiovascular expert, pointed out.
To increase HDL levels in the body, you need 20 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise at least four times a week. HDL in the blood of normal people is about 40 mg/DL, preferably twice that figure.
2. Have two close friends.
These two buddies can’t be his current colleagues, neighbors, fitness coaches, etc. In short, they can’t be anyone who appears in his life regularly.
Psychologist Dr Sherrod believes that if a man over the age of 35 meets this criterion, indicating that he has healthy social ties, he will live longer than two-thirds of men.
Answer “yes” to the following two questions
“Do you look forward to going to work every morning?”
“Do you look forward to going home every afternoon?”
After 30 years of practical research, Dr. Grayburn found that people who answered yes had a very low risk of dying of heart disease.
4. Prostate-specific antigen value is less than 2.5 ng/ml
Dr. Heitrona, a prostate cancer specialist, noted that this indicator indicates that he has a low risk of prostate cancer.
5. Ejaculation ability
After a very enjoyable exercise in bed, his ejaculation volume should reach 5 ml.
According to Dr. Heitrona, this is the most direct manifestation of prostate health. A simple way to measure is to measure out 5 milliliters of water, pour it into a clean condom, remember the location of the water, and next time you can estimate the amount of sperm.
6. Can walk 3 kilometers in 28 minutes
Being able to maintain a brisk, powerful pace for a considerable period of time is a really good measure of physical fitness.
According to Swedish researchers, a healthy 40-year-old man should be able to walk three kilometers in 28 minutes, which is equivalent to 134 steps per minute at a normal stride.
7. Balanced muscle strength
Most men are keen to push their muscles out too much, such as push-ups, while fewer men have real balance.
Ideally, his biceps and triceps should have a strength ratio of 1:1, that is, if he can pull a 25-kilogram puller 10 times, he should be able to push a 25-kilogram thruster 10 times. The strength ratio of his quadriceps and hamstrings should be 3:2, which means that if he can lift his leg 10 times with a weight of 30 kilograms, he can press down 20 kilograms with his leg exactly 10 times.
8. Well-proportioned skull
Clinically, the optimal width of the face is 60% of the length. Men with such a standard head are not only handsome, but also have good immunity to respiratory, mandibular and dental diseases.
9. Fast climbing
Let him walk on the treadmill, gradually increasing the inclination of the treadmill until he can no longer take steps. Most men in their 30s and 40s can last nine minutes, and it would be great if they could reach 12 minutes. Dr. Grayburn concluded.
If you can get to 15 minutes, that means excellent cardiovascular health. If you have ever had a heart problem, you must ask your doctor’s permission before you do this test.
10. Thread the thread into the pinhole successfully at one time.
This means that he has very good depth perception and stereoscopic acuity.
If you can’t thread a needle or catch a ball while playing, you should consider going to an ophthalmologist for a check-up. In addition, a special test for glaucoma is also needed in the annual ophthalmic examination.
11. Perfect left-right symmetry
Take a soft ruler and measure the circumference of his wrists, ears and nostrils. If these places are symmetrical, or within a millimeter of each other, one study found that men with the most symmetrical bodies run the fastest.