The Ultimate Testosterone-Boosting Training Program

The workouts

By implementing the described training instructions, we’ve created three different sample workouts that you can perform every week to boost your T levels and dramatically accelerate your muscle building efforts. The compound exercises listed here can be easily replaced with your own favorite multi-joint exercises, as long as you make sure to target your entire body on every workout. Also, make sure to always include 48 hours of rest between each workout.



Workout #1

  • Warm-up: 3 rounds of 30 seconds of rope skipping followed by 30 seconds of jumping jacks with 30 seconds of rest between each round.
  • Hammer-grip pull-up: 6 sets with 6-8 reps per set starting with a load you can lift for 8-9 reps. Rest for one minute between sets and five minutes before moving on to the next exercise.
  • Standing cable chest press: 6 sets with 6-8 reps per set starting with a load you can lift for 8-9 reps. Rest for one minute between sets and five minutes before moving on to the next exercise.
  • Reverse lunge: 6 sets with 6-8 reps per for each leg per set starting with a load you can lift for 8-9 reps. Rest for one minute between sets.
  • Meditation: 15 minutes within an hour after you finish the workout.

Workout #2

  • Warm-up: 3 rounds of 30 seconds of rope skipping followed by 30 seconds of jumping jacks with 30 seconds of rest between each round.
  • Overhand grip ring pull-up: 6 sets with 6-8 reps per set starting with a load you can lift for 8-9 reps. Rest for one minute between sets and five minutes before moving on to the next exercise.
  • Standing dumbbell shoulder press: 6 sets with 6-8 reps per set starting with a load you can lift for 8-9 reps. Rest for one minute between sets and five minutes before moving on to the next exercise.
  • Goblet squat: 6 sets with 6-8 reps per set starting with a load you can lift for 8-9 reps. Rest for one minute between sets.
  • Meditation: 15 minutes within an hour after you finish the workout.

Workout #3

  • Warm-up: 3 rounds of 30 seconds of rope skipping followed by 30 seconds of jumping jacks with 30 seconds of rest between each round.
  • One-arm dumbbell row: 6 sets with 6-8 reps per for each arm per set starting with a load you can lift for 8-9 reps. Rest for one minute between sets.
  • Ring dip: 6 sets with 6-8 reps per set starting with a load you can lift for 8-9 reps. Rest for one minute between sets and five minutes before moving on to the next exercise.
  • Romanian deadlift: 6 sets with 6-8 reps per set starting with a load you can lift for 8-9 reps. Rest for one minute between sets.
  • Meditation: 15 minutes within an hour after you finish the workout.

Final thoughts

Needless to say, your level of strength and prowess should be on an advanced level before starting this program. Ideally, it should be regularly performed for six months, but since the effects can vary from one individual to the next one, it’s best to closely monitor your progress and stick to it until you hit a plateau that demands a change of approach. Due to the high intensity of this training, consider using appropriate supplementation to boost your results and stimulate better recovery. Also, make sure your nutrition is in check and that you consume adequate amounts of all essential nutrients on a daily basis. That being said, feel free to experiment with different exercises to ensure maximum activation of the muscles whose development you consider a priority. As long as you follow the basic guidelines as strictly as possible, this training program is guaranteed to give you top-level gains. Good luck!



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