According to a study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, male testosterone levels in the US have been decreasing 1% per year.
This means that a 30-year-old man in 2018 has 25% less testosterone than a 30-year-old man in 1983 (just 25 years ago).
And the numbers get even worse when you examine male testosterone from the 1960’s and 1920s. This research out of Denmark has shown that we’re pansies compared to previous generations.
In other words, you’re not the man you used to be. And your low levels of testosterone are completely to blame.
Low Testosterone is an epidemic, and if left untreated, it becomes a living nightmare. That’s why many in the scientific and medical community have been asking…
By 2020, that number will have grown to 40 million men (that’s more than the entire population of Canada).
As Thoreau famously said, “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation”, and low testosterone is one of the reasons why.
And it only gets worse and worse the older you get. Your testosterone levels keep going down 1% per year until the end of your life.
If you answer "yes" to any of these questions, I’m sorry to tell you, you’re probably suffering from Low Testosterone.
At this point, you may be feeling a little bit afraid. Low Testosterone is scary, but there’s good news. Low-T is completely reversible and you can turn this around. And if you read every word of this page, I’m going to show you how to do exactly that. But first, it’s really important for you to know…
Remember, over 30 million American men are in exactly the same situation as you. You’re not alone.
If you try and take this journey all on your own – without a coach who’s methods have been proven to increase testosterone, and burn the stubborn belly fat off by hundreds of students – the odds are stacked against you.
In order to finally increase your testosterone levels and get the rock-hard abs and excellent performance in the bedroom you really want:
They’ve never read any of the medical research around testosterone. They’ve never opened a peer reviewed scientific journal in their life. They’re simply clueless, and if you blindly follow their advice, you could easily lower your testosterone levels even further!
For example, let me share one of the crazy, counterintuitive things most fitness professionals recommend which actually LOWERS testosterone levels instead of helping.
That’s right, doing cardio is actually the faster ways to decrease your testosterone levels even further.
It’s why so many marathon runners end up getting fatter after all of their training, and why a scary amount of joggers have issues with erectile dysfunction.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine recently published a shocking article confirming testosterone levels are lower in endurance running males than in guys who don’t even workout.
Can you believe it? The more cardio you do, the bigger your belly becomes and the lower your testosterone levels fall.
When most guys try to burn fat, or go into a “cutting phase”, they gravitate towards lower weights and higher reps.
This is a major mistake and this myth will prevent you from burning belly fat as long as you do it that way.
By training with lighter weights (and lower intensity), you decrease your metabolic conditioning (which decreases the number of total calories you can burn).
But more importantly, you miss out on sending an intense, natural hormonal cocktail of testosterone and growth hormone through your body that only comes from lifting heavy weights.
Here’s the simple muscle-building, fat-burning, testosterone saving formula: Train with relatively heavy weights, and keep your rest periods short (this elevation in overall intensity means EVERYTHING in regards to increasing your testosterone and metabolic conditioning).
The heavy weights will stimulate muscle growth by sending a signal to your body to hold onto muscle mass even if your calories are low and you’re trying to burn fat.
While the short rest periods spike your metabolic rate causing a surge of muscle-building, fat-burning hormones to surge through your body.
Yet this couldn’t be more wrong. In fact, the more you workout past a certain point, the lower your testosterone levels fall.
And as cortisol increases, testosterone decreases. And we all know the devastating damage that Low-T levels cause.
The best way to increase your testosterone is by doing relatively short and intense workouts, a few days per week.
We’re talking about high-intensity workouts, incorporating both free weights and bodyweight exercises, while keeping rest periods quite short.
This type of total body metabolic conditioning and crossfit style workout increases your metabolic rate and testosterone levels FAST.
Which is why my students begin to see results from their workouts in the first WEEK of training (many of my students burn 5 pounds or more in the first 7 days of my program).
But you know what the biggest mistake of all is? It’s not a specific food and it isn’t a supplement.
When your body has to spend the entire day digesting food, it never has a chance to heal, repair and detoxify. In other words, it never has a chance to produce maximum testosterone because it’s too busy digesting food!
Intermittent Fasting has been proven by the Scientific Journal of Endocrinology to increase free testosterone by 180% and increase growth hormone levels by 600%.
Just skip breakfast and have your first meal around lunchtime. Then, eat normally for the rest of the day having your last meal between 6pm and 9pm.
You’ll feel full, your metabolism will be sky-high, your hormones will be surging and fat will be… Read more…