Light Beers That Don’t Taste Like Light Beers


We recently found this great list from Men’s Health, titled, “10 Low Calorie Beers That Don’t Suck.”  If you’re looking to make a sensible choice this summer, but still drink a beer that tastes good, try some (or all) of these:

  1. Krombacher Pils (130 cals)
  2. Levitation Ale, Stone Brewing Co. (132 cals)
  3. Dogfish Head Festina Peche, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (135 cals)
  4. Founders All Day IPA, Founders Brewing (141 cals)
  5. Underdog Atlantic Lager, Flying Dog Brewery (141 cals)
  6. Murphy’s Irish Stout, Murphy’s Brewery (144 cals)
  7. Victory V Lager, Victory Brewing Co. (144 cals)
  8. Hoegaarden (147 cals)
  9. Anchor Small Beer, Anchor Brewing (153 cals)
  10. Brooklyn Pilsner, Brooklyn Brewery (155 cals)

Here’s the link to the story from Men’s Health. Enjoy!

How to Live to 100

Yo YoPro!  Want to live to be 100?  Well it isn’t easy, but with the right habits and a little luck, science says you can.  Researchers from the Boston University School of Public Health have found that genetics only account for 20 to 30% of a person’s chance of living into very old age.  That means the remaining 70 to 80% is up to you — and here’s how to do it:

Eat well


There aren’t any secrets here.  You’ll need to eat a balanced diets of whole grains, fruits, veggies, and a moderate amount of meat (not too much red meat).  Keeping a healthy weight is pretty key.  Alcohol is okay in moderation — especially red wine.

Stay active


Studies suggest getting at least 3.5 hours of physical activity per week.  That’s easy, right?

Don’t smoke


This one’s pretty self-explanatory.

Get enough sleep


Some need more than others, but getting the sleep you need is incredibly important for long term health.  You can read more about The Power of Sleep here.

Manage stress


The results are in: stress is a killer, and leads to heart disease, high blood pressure, and other issues that stand in your way of making it to 100.  Busy guys certainly know what it’s like to be stressed now and then, but you can’t let it take over.  Stay tuned for a post on managing stress in the near future!

Love and be loved


Sounds corny, but study after study shows that people who experience loving relationships live longer (and are happier) than their loveless counterparts.

These tips will not only help you in your quest to live to 100, but they’ll also ensure that you are healthier and happier in your old age.

Meet The Authors: “Tony Sinclair”

“Tony Sinclair”


A modern day renaissance man, Tony has been pursuing his diverse interests in Boston for quite some time now. Mr. Sinclair left a career in financial services to pursue a MBA and a MS in Information Systems within the past year. While his studies demand the majority of his attention these days, he continues his noble pursuits of fitness, the culinary arts, and fine literature. Like a true Libra, Tony knows the importance of balance, maintaining a healthy portion of “playing hard” with the rigors of demanding careers and academic programs. Although the reports are as of yet unconfirmed, it is rumored that Mr. Sinclair’s taste for adventure inspired the creators of the Pirates of the Carribean film franchise.

Playing hard:





Workout Wednesday: The Top 20 Training Guides from Men’s Health

Want to try the Tar Heels Workout?  What about the Dwight Freeney Workout? Whether you’re looking to build muscle, increase core strength or boost endurance, chances are that this list of the Top 20 Training Guides from Men’s Health has a great workout plan for you:

Check out full the list here

Which one of these workouts is your favorite?  If you try one and it works for you (or it doesn’t), let us know!