A couple highlights from today’s learn to train session. We still have room for a couple more athletes in the 13-16 age group, contact me if you are interested. Program is running from now until the end of the school year. .
Tag a friend who needs to get in shape.
What's the best test booster? Primitivism, in the context of training. Good ole fashioned heavy compound lifts, unorthodoxy of grip, balance, movement.
It has been proven in numerous studies (refer to the ones below) the testosterone surges in the male body right before, during, after: rising plasma of free T. The levels of IGF-1 (insulin growth factor-1) and growth hormone also increased: basal level of GH increased by 44.9% in men and Serum testosterone by 39%, this was determined by blood samples taken every 10 minutes for 9 hours.
To maximize testosterone: do workouts of heavy (75-100% of your 1 RM) rest periods under 90 seconds, and reps 1-8. Do not do higher volume (high rep, low weight) but once a week, do not train for longer than 90 minutes.
Diet: our food, in America has been tainted with soy (and other estrogen flavonoids) that men aren't suppose to eat much of, nor milk products as it has not only estradiol but progesterone. I personally don't eat red meat: cows are pumped full of these hormones.
There has been a rise of gynecomastia in boys and breast cancer in men, and I can't help but noticing the correlation between modern habits <> the above.
One of the biggest contributions of low androgen levels, in men: sedentary lifestyles. You were designed to hunt and gather, go get it.
#personaltrainer#onlinetrainer#nutrition#onlinemealplans#performanceenhancement#foodismedicine#movementismedicine#antibroscience#realscience#clinicalresearch#facts "Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise"; An Electromyographic Analysis of Sumo and Conventional Style Deadlifts; R.F. Escammila, et al.; April 2002
"Sports Medicine"; Hormonal Responses and Adaptations to Resistance Exercise and Training; W.J. Kraemer, et al.; 2005
"International Journal of Sports Medicine"; Endogenous Anabolic Hormonal and Growth Factor Responses to Heavy Resistance Exercise in Males and Females; Endogenous Anabolic Hormonal and Growth Factor Responses to Heavy Resistance Exercise in Males and Females; W.J. Kraemer, et al.; 1991
"Fiziologiia Cheloveka"; Acute Testosterone and Cortisol Responses to High Power Resistance Exercise; A.C. Fry, et al.; July - August 2