Yeah, a lot of folks will give you ten ways for increasing testosterone. I’m only going to give you two, because I want them to work right away.
And yes, I write most of my articles for everyone. Sorry ladies. This one is for the men.
For those of you who have been reading my blog for awhile, you know that I’ll tell you everything, including the things I do wrong. So here’s a funny story for you.
I was squatting 225 pounds ten times in the gym while only weighing 150, thinking I was a bad ass. And some buffed dude came up to me and politely told me that I was cheating myself. He advised that I got a coach to help me squat correctly.
Of course I listened. I love constructive criticism, so I immediately hired a weightlifting coach. And of course I thanked him for letting me know.
Animal fats are good for increasing testosterone
All our lives, we’ve been told that animal fats are bad for you. Bullshit! Yes, if you live a sedentary lifestyle, eating animal fats will kill you. But that’s the thing. The sedentary lifestyle itself will kill you, not the animal fats.
Animal fats will help you increase your testosterone. Watch a predator kill its prey. Like a wolf killing a deer or a lion killing an antelope.
They’ll immediately go for the guts. Why? Because the guts have awesome fats and nutrients, things that you need. And, those fats will help your testosterone levels increase.
Notice that when men go on no fat diets, they look sickly and weak? Why is that? Because no fat diets will lower their testosterone levels.
I am very much against no fat diets. They’re a fad that needs to die asap. Not only do they lower testosterone levels, you also need fats to break down Vitamins A, D, E, and K. Those four vitamins are fat soluble. Without fats, you don’t break them down, so you’re simply pissing and shitting them out without getting any benefits from them.
So enjoy that fat on your steak. It tastes good.
And do you ever wonder why when you go to a $200 steakhouse that the steak is well marbled? No coincidence, my friend. Animal fat is good for you, as long as you’re not sedentary.
Squats and deadlifts
If you want to be exact, all weightlifting exercises that work multiple muscle groups* help you increase your testosterone levels. All of them. Then why do I specifically say squats and deadlifts? Because they’re my favorite two.
Those two are my favorites because after I hired that weightlifting coach, I learned how to do them correctly. And after learning how to do them correctly, I got “runner’s high” from doing them.
Runner’s high is simply when your body exerts so much that it starts to produce natural endorphins. Your pain will be reduced, and you’ll feel good all over your body. You’ll have that same smile that you get after a real good fucking. That’s runner’s high.
Everybody is different. But for me, squats and deadlifts will produce runner’s high. And like I said, exercises that work multiple muscle groups help you increase testosterone levels.
Squats and deadlifts are some of the best. Sure, everybody loves to brag about how much they can bench. And benching is a great measuring stick. But you want to really impress yourself? Get really good at squats and deadlifts. Your body will thank you.
I’ve talked to a lot of women in my life and several of my closest friends are heterosexual females. And I got them to really tell me what makes a man sexy. I can assure you that a huge chest, huge arms, and wimpy ass legs will attract cartoon and beta females, but not quality women.
Build your legs and your back if you want to attract quality women. For that – squats and deadlifts. And while you’re at it, you’ll know that those two exercises help you increase testosterone levels.
About the featured image
A tri-tip steak, marinated in salt, pepper, garlic, Mexican chili powder, and cumin. That was my lunch (along with some really good coffee).
*Compound exercises – there are plenty of compound weightlifting exercises and every coach argues that his favorite are the best. For me, I love squats, deadlifts, bench, overhead press, and pull-ups.
I strongly suggest hiring a weightlifting coach and working with him on your form first before starting an exercise routine. Weightlifting wrong could injure you, especially deadlifts which could hurt your back. It’s best for you to hire a coach first and do them correctly before doing them on your own.