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  1. Hey guys, I'm a 32-year-old male and was wondering is it fine to take testosterone specifically for when I work out?. Hope to hear from someone soon Thanks in advance
  2. The other day my coach told me that displaying more aggression/grit during my lifts may get me through lifts I might not otherwise make and help to generate testosterone. This makes sense to me, I'm so focused on form as a beginner and thinking about what I need to do that I sometimes don't push as aggressively/hard as I could. It made me think about what effect testosterone has on lifting progress and how I can generate more of it if it's going to advance my lifting faster/easier. I've looked at a couple of sites, seems to me it's basically Paleo eating, sunshine, dropping weight, HIIT, lifting heavy and reducing cortisol (reduction of stress and caffeine). Anybody had any experience measuring their testosterone production or tried to tweak this through diet/exercise?
  3. Objectives: Learn to lift properly. Push myself. First work out: I actually managed to deadlift properly (with help from one of my ace friends). 30kg. I'm pretty happy with myself, not massively heavy, but better than just the bar. For future reference I've included the full amount of weight for each exercise, not what amount I'm holding in each hand (if it's a dumbell exercise) Windmills (D) : 16kg / 4kgMilitary press (D) : 6kgGoblet Squat (1xD) : 10kgDeadlift (D ) : 30kgChest Flies (D ) : 16kgOverhead lunges (1xD) : 10kgSquat ( D ): BarPush Press ( D ) : BarBent over row ( D ) : 30kgGlute Bridge ( D ) : BarWaiter Walks ( D ) : 8kg / 14kgChest Press ( D ) : 6kgNow: Improve.
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