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How to Enhance Testosterone Levels through Workout Sessions

Testosterone is the hormone responsible for everything that makes a man, a man. Reduced testosterone leads to poor performance in life activities, as well as, your sexual relationship. Who wants to be unhappy in their private life? No one indeed, every man wants to please his partner and balanced testosterone is one important factor in doing that successfully. Treating a testosterone deficiency is essential for improving your quality of life.

How Recover Lost Testosterone: Exercise sessions are excellent in treating the symptoms of testosterone deficiency. Making glands release more hormones can be done through exceeding the lactate threshold.

What Is Lactate Threshold? It’s that burning sensation you feel in your legs after intense squat exercises. This isn’t restricted to squats, but can happen with any exercise. Whenever you get that sensation while working out, you are at your lactate threshold.

Stamina Training: This kind of training helps those with high cortisol and low testosterone hormone levels.

Exercise Frequency: Is it better to workout for longer sessions throughout the week? No, not really. Then what is the right way?  You can exercise three days a week but, be sure that you are doing endurance exercise. It should be hard and should yield that sense of burning you feel when you’re at your lactate threshold.

Intense exercise is good, but keep the duration short if you want to boost your testosterone level. You can do sprint exercises for 15 minutes a day, intense weight lifting for twelve minutes, and squats for eight minutes.

For Best Results, You Need To Love Exercising! Workout results can be maximized if you love your exercise routine. You have to like running and completing your workout routine on time without disturbing your other life activities. Don’t forget to follow a proper routine; it’s essential for balancing testosterone hormone levels.

Starting a Workout Routine: If you are starting an intense workout routine to boost testosterone levels, t following is a good guide for you.

  • Your exercise area should be well-ventilated with a good supply of oxygen.
  • Exercise until you get that “lactate zone” burn. Hard exercises will help in enhancing testosterone and human growth hormone production as well.
  • Focus on your leg muscles while exercising. These are the largest muscles of the body.
  • Maintain proper intervals between exercise sessions. 30 seconds is usually enough time to relax before starting the next session.
  • Don’t go for extreme exercises. This may actually serve to lower your testosterone levels. It’s sufficient to workout three times a week for 15 minutes each day.

Studies Support the Connection Between Exercise And Higher Testosterone Hormone Levels:

A study conducted at the University of VA concluded that cyclers experienced changes in growth hormones depending on the duration of their sprints. Hormone levels were measured in two categories; once after 6 seconds, and the other after 30 seconds. HGH increased 530% in cyclists after 30 second sprints, and 450% when sprints were over 6 seconds. The raised HGH level stayed at its upper limit for a maximum of two hours after the sprints. Body fat also experienced a high burning rate within two hours of the sprints.

It’s your turn to start the right exercise program and give your hormones a much-needed boost.

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