How To Increase Testosterone levels Naturally In 3 easy Steps

by admin on July 25, 2010

Hey Guys,

Alot of people get really carried away when trying to increase the testosterone levels naturally, and they start buying testosterone enhancing supplements before they really target the key areas that need to be addressed.

The 3 key areas I see were most people mess up when trying to increase their testosterone levels are their Diet, Workouts, and sleep. You see all these can easily be addressed without buying and dangerous steroids or creams.

Key Factor #1- Diet

Lets face it as americans are diets and alcohol consuption are def out of control, if your goal is an increase in weightloss, and energy the drinking needs to be gotten under control and limited to at most 1 time per week, if possible red wine is a good alternative as it actually has health benefits when kept under control.

As far as your diet is concerned avoid all processed and fast food restaurants and aim to eat 3 high quality meals per day, now most will tell you to eat 6 meals per day but lets face it we are busy and sometimes that just isnt possible. The best way to structure your meals is in a primal fashion, eat plenty of meat and high quality fresh vegetables, drink lots of water and plenty of fruit.

Key Factor #2-Workout program

If your goal is to naturally increase your testosterone levels then you must be working out and living an active lifestyle, with that said with all the workout programs for you to choose from what is the best one to increase your testosterone? Recently I stumbled across a program by a gentlemen named Jeff Anderson who has a program called Optimum Anabolics and I highly recommend it to get your testosterone and gowth hormone levels in check.

His Program is based around big compound exercise like Squats, deadlifts, pullups, benchpress’s, and all the other multijoint exercise that will skyrocket y0ur testosterone and growth hormone production. His program also has a easy to follow diet that outlines much of what i mentioned above to help you in your goals.

Key Factor #3-Sleep

Now this may seem like such a no brainer but yo u need to strive for 6 to 8 hours of sleep per night. A lack of sleep increases your cortisol production, and this will lower your testosterone levels by as much as 40% . Sleep is actually the most important time in your recovery from a stressful workout and all your day to day stressors, so guard your sleep as if it was your money. Some quick tips to improve your sleep, keep the bedroom cooler, avoid drinking liquids 2-3 hours before bed and use the bathroom right before going to bed.

Give these 3 tips a try and see how it works out for you, good luck.

Ryan

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