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  • Posted On: 04-23-14, 2:57 pm (EDT) #1

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 23, 2014, 2:57 pm

    Testosterone is a really hot topic right now when it comes to muscle gains. I receive questions on a daily basis about what members can do to increase their T levels, so I decided to do a two part series all about “Testosterone” and “Testosterone Boosters”. The key fact is that testosterone is crucial to maximizing your muscle gains!

     

    In today’s discussion we’re going to talk about the role testosterone plays when it comes to gaining muscle and how you can maintain an optimal level of T in your system with proper eating and healthy living habits.

     

    In the next article I am going to analyze in detail natural testosterone boosters as a supplement to see whether or not they really work.

     

    However, before I even start with today’s discussion, I want to make it perfectly clear that there is no secret you’re missing out on. There is no way to dramatically increase your T levels for unrealistic muscle growth unless you are taking synthetic steroids. With that being said, these are tips are for you to maintain your testosterone at an optimal level naturally to support your muscle growth.

     

  • Posted On: 04-23-14, 9:45 pm (EDT) #2

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 23, 2014, 9:45 pm

    Great video :-)

     

    John

  • Posted On: 04-23-14, 10:10 pm (EDT) #3

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 23, 2014, 10:10 pm
    Posted by: jmboiardi

    Great video :-)

     

    John

    Thanks John! I just wish I hadn't messed up the audio... damn it! haha.. Combination of me putting th wrong settings and the batteries dieing without me knowing :/

  • Posted On: 04-23-14, 10:24 pm (EDT) #4

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 23, 2014, 10:24 pm
    Posted by: Scott_Herman

    Thanks John! I just wish I hadn't messed up the audio... damn it! haha.. Combination of me putting th wrong settings and the batteries dieing without me knowing :/

    Scott,

     

    The audio sounded fine to me. Did I miss something?

     

    John

  • Posted On: 04-24-14, 1:54 am (EDT) #5

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 24, 2014, 1:54 am

    Do you advise this kind of eating to women as well? I have never really hidden the fact that I don't care as much about mass gain as I do strength gain, but I know even for women, testosterone is important for lifting and it does affect their strength. Afterall, it's not healthy for women to have too much testosterone, but if its natural, well, I'm not sure, but I think it's fine!

  • Posted On: 04-24-14, 5:38 am (EDT) #6

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 24, 2014, 5:38 am

    Great video Scott, I'm really looking forward to part 2 as I have often looked at test boost supps before and wondered if they are worth the money.

     

    Ive tried ZMA before but all I got was crazy dreams!! LOL!

  • Posted On: 04-24-14, 6:09 am (EDT) #7

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 24, 2014, 6:09 am

    Great information in this. Well done

  • Posted On: 04-24-14, 6:51 am (EDT) #8

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 24, 2014, 6:51 am

    That was outstanding Scott!!Very well done!

  • Posted On: 04-24-14, 8:07 am (EDT) #9

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 24, 2014, 8:07 am

    Great vid. Very informational. Audio sounded fine to me as well.

  • Posted On: 04-24-14, 11:07 am (EDT) #10

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 24, 2014, 11:07 am

    - What I have also noticed is that most people that dont build muscle fast enough, think they have low T.

    - Even if someone managed to increase their NET T-levels, so what? There is a fine limit to protein-synthesis for natural athletes. Even if you double your T, it doesnt mean your protein-synthesis will increase. As you said, its time to hop on some real testosterone and anabolic drugs if you are not happy with natural gains. Just be prepared to face the consequences.

    - Part II should be interesting haha.

  • Posted On: 04-29-14, 12:39 am (EDT) #11

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 29, 2014, 12:39 am
    Posted by: Powergirl

    Do you advise this kind of eating to women as well? I have never really hidden the fact that I don't care as much about mass gain as I do strength gain, but I know even for women, testosterone is important for lifting and it does affect their strength. Afterall, it's not healthy for women to have too much testosterone, but if its natural, well, I'm not sure, but I think it's fine!

    Well woman produce testosterone in their ovaries. I suggest to optimize production for muscle growth that you stick to the simple rules in the video as well. That is by all means "natural" @powergirl

  • Posted On: 04-29-14, 12:40 am (EDT) #12

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 29, 2014, 12:40 am
    Posted by: jmboiardi

    Great video :-)

     

    John

    Thanks @jmboiardi! Glad you liked it!

  • Posted On: 04-29-14, 12:45 am (EDT) #13

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 29, 2014, 12:45 am

    Thanks @nilsfearons @philflorey @painpusher @abrowning @whisper

     

    Glad you all liked the video!!

     

    Whisper
  • Posted On: 04-29-14, 5:00 pm (EDT) #14

    Testosterone: How To Optimize Your T-Levels Through Nutrition & Lifestyle!

    April 29, 2014, 5:00 pm

    Hey Scott-

     

    Great video. A great refresher from my college days. Also, good to see all the concise information in one place. I have read several articles and yours puts them altogether and then some. Looking forward to the next video.

     

    Don't know if you read one of my replies to a post about T-booster.

     

    I was really stupid and volnurable when I bought a 2-month supply of a so called T-booster. I was hoping that it would inhibit the blocking effects of stress and other variables so that I would have more free-testosterone to work with. I knew you could not increase T-levels unless by synthetic intervention.

     

    I took a baseline measurement before taking the T-booster and I was surprised I was on the high-normal side. I was doing everything right during this time that is why I started this little study. I took T-booster for 2-months and drew my blood again after I was finished and my T-levels went down about 150 points...what? Then, after a weekend long conference, lots of coffee, a few drinks and much stress going on at work, I drew my blood for my T-levels again. Well, just as I figured I had dropped another 200 points.

     

    Very disappointed in myself thinking the stuff would at least help me with the active form (free) of testosterone. "Here's my sign"...stupid!! I paid $60.00 for crap and this supplement even got many good reviews...were they honest?...I doubt it. Could of used the money for several months to go towards my Platinum membership

     

    So tired of marketors and supplement-makers not really concerned about our health but about revenue.

     

     

    Thanks again Scott!!

    @scott_herman

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