Brief and intense strength training (assuming you are cleared by your doctor to do it) is the cornerstone of a program to fix low testosterone levels naturally, and improve symptoms like fatigue, fat gain, and low sex drive.
This simple workout, which I did in my basement this morning, can be tweaked to suit your needs. But here is it:
- 10 Kettlebell Swings, 10 Dumbbell Presses, 5 Pull-Ups.
- Do as many rounds of the above in 7 minutes
- 3 minute break
- Repeat 10 Kettlebell Swings, 10 Dumbbell Presses, 5 Pull-Ups for 7 more minutes.
This particular workout hits every muscles in your body, and will send your heart rate through the roof. This trains pretty much every thing you want to for raising T levels in just 17 minutes. You can sub pushups for dumbbell presses. You can use a band with handles for rows if you don’t have a pull up bar. You can sub burpees or body-weight squats for the swings. You get the idea, right?
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