Part 2: Last week we mentioned the fluctuations in seasonal testosterone. As we’ve discussed testosterone is an important hormone when it comes to building muscle. It’s one of the main reasons why men typically have more muscle mass than women. If you’re looking to build more muscle, taking advantage of these seasonal highs can be extremely important • Don’t drop your fat intake too much. Fat is a necessary macronutrient for health and vitality, especially if you’re looking to keep testosterone levels high. • Lift heavy, hard, and often. This isn’t a license to go try and set a new max every single day. Instead, if you’ve been eyeing a particular bulking program, this is the perfect time to go for it. • Get plenty of vitamin D. Vitamin D levels and testosterone are linked in a number of studies. If you’re not spending at least 20-30 minutes outside each day, try supplementing with vitamin D.
The beautiful thing about these suggestions is they can work just as well when testosterone levels are lowest in the summer, and you’re looking to bring them back up a bit. Good nutrition and plenty of exercise are key to proper testosterone levels. If you get all three in check, there’s a good chance you’ll wind up building more muscle, dropping more fat, and looking better making babies of your own.
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