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10 Testosterone Boosting Exercises

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Men naturally experience reduced levels of testosterone as they age, and an abnormal drop in this vital hormone is often what is behind unusual feelings of fatigue, loss of strength, and the onset of a noticeable lack of the sex drive they’ve had in years past. And while the problem has been growing, the good news is that advances in testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) have helped many men regain that lost sense of vitality and strength they were beginning to think was gone forever.

Yet what most men want to know when they first begin treatment is exactly how long does it take for testosterone therapy to work? And the fact is that since this treatment relates to delicate hormonal balances, every man will respond at his own individual pace. But one thing all men can do to start feeling better, sooner, is undertake a regimen of testosterone boosting exercises and techniques while they wait for the therapy to begin showing its own results.

10 Testosterone Boosting Exercises

1.    Short sprints – studies indicate that testosterone levels increase in men who regularly engaged in a series of quick, intense running episodes. By incorporating 5 or 6 intense sprints of under 10 seconds each, you may be able to reap these same benefits and impact your TRT response time.

2.    Heavy lifting – there is evidence to suggest that low reps with as much weight as you can handle increases testosterone production. Adding this technique to your workout could really help when you’re wondering “how long does it take for testosterone therapy to work?”

3.    Dead-lift – while any heavy lifting can help boost your testosterone levels, it seems that the good old-fashioned dead-lifting – with the weight held close to your body – may be the most effective heavy lifting of them all.

4.    Squats – this is another way to incorporate heavy lifting into your routine. Testosterone levels respond to heavy lifting – and do so most effectively when using all the major muscle groups. Squats are an excellent way to get your legs into the picture.

5.    Add more reps – there is evidence that by extending the number of repetitions you do when weight lifting, this positively impacts increasing testosterone. Work with a partner, and once you’ve exhausted your ability to continue, have the partner support you in doing a few more reps.

6.    Take extended rests periods – since testosterone seems to be boosted by heavy lifting, taking longer rest periods between sets increases how much you can do. When you’re wondering how long it takes for testosterone therapy to work – try helping it by maximizing your lifting strategies.

7.    Get adequate sleep – the body simply needs sleep to replenish many things, including testosterone. Making sure that you’re getting enough sleep is a simple – but vital – component in helping your TRT effectiveness.

8.    Do not over-exercise – as important as vigorous exercise is to helping you boost your hormone level when you start asking, “How long does it take for testosterone therapy to work?”, you’ll want to guard against over-doing it. Make sure you don’t train to excess as this can work against your goal.

9.    Limit alcohol – consuming alcohol reduces testosterone for 24 hours after drinking. Careful.

10. Go out into the sun – exposing your skin to 15 – 20 minutes of sunshine can increase your testosterone levels.

How long does it take testosterone therapy to work? Incorporating some of these techniques into your daily routine can aid in the effectiveness of and perhaps the speed of response to TRT.

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(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C

(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C started his career in healthcare as a fireman/paramedic in West Texas where he served on the Midland Fire Department from 1998-2004.   He became interested in testosterone treatment after seeing how hormone replacement doctors helped those suffering from low testosterone.   After graduating from the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Physician Assistant Program, he moved to DFW where he currently lives with his wife and three children.

3 Comments

  1. Brett Maas on 07/22/2015 at 5:58 pm

    Wow I need to start performing these exercises!

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