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And what kind of training should a person who has the natural testosterone increase as his main goal choose?

  • What do you believe that increasing your testosterone would accomplish? What are your current testosterone levels? – JustSnilloc May 29 at 22:25
  • "While testosterone is definitely anabolic and promotes muscle growth in men and women at high doses, such as those used during steroid abuse, our findings show that naturally occurring levels of testosterone do not influence the rate of muscle protein synthesis." sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/06/120614130946.htm (In case you'd like to increase natural T in order to build muscles) – Paul K Jun 30 at 9:35
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So testosterone is produced by your testicles and in normal levels it doesnt do any damage. Low level of testosterone could be a sign of a disfunctional testicle or a varicocele. Each body type has deferent levels of testosterone. People that are close to mesomorph body type has higher testosterone. You can Keep your testosterone levels high enough for your body type by reducing the sugar you receive. Sugar can reduce testosterone 25%.

Training the big muscles of your body like glutes quads chest and back will help keeping your testosterone high. Using full body exercises like the deadlift or the Olympic lifting movements is proven that will help you reach the maximum of the testosterone levels that your body can produce naturally.

The time of the day is also important. Researches have shown that we have higher level of testosterone in the morning after a 7-8 hours of sleep.

Alcohol and smoking are testosterone killers.

Also it is proven that a correct posture matters a lot in the testosterone production system.

A Sorry for my bad English im from Greece.

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I think to increase testosterone leg workout plays a major role. So don't ever skip leg day if you want to gain muscle and in leg workout squats, lunges and leg press are very important exercises.

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    Welcome to Fitness.SE! Can you elaborate more on why leg workouts play a role in increasing testosterone? Potentially, add a source as well. – C. Lange Dec 30 '19 at 4:13
  • You can refer to this page for more information: menshealth.com/uk/workouts/g753898/… – Hemant Singh Jan 3 at 17:33
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    The purpose of this board, as I understand it, is to provide information which is higher quality than the typical website. In other words, we try to reference actual scientific studies here. I looked up the menshealth article, and they mention the journal of strength and conditioning, but they don't provide a citation. It is impossible to know what study they are referring to. I would challenge @Hemant to dive into the research literature and come back with some actual citations. – Chris Jan 28 at 21:31
  • Probably this publication: pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24276305 – Paul K Jun 30 at 9:32

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