Increasing your testosterone levels is the goal for many people these days, but are we going about it the wrong way? Is there such a thing as too much exercise, too much time in the gym? And what can a good night’s sleep do to help you? In this episode, we sit down with star coach Taylor Robbins as he shares his thoughts on efficient training and gives some advice on how to achieve the best results on your journey towards a healthier body and a healthier mind.
There’s a balancing dance with hormones that we’re trying to accomplish with training. – Taylor Robbins
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We started the show with Taylor talking a bit about his background and his family. Then we discussed the importance of sleep has on testosterone levels. Taylor then gave his thoughts about mediation techniques and supplements. Then we went on to talk about the impact of program design on testosterone levels. We agreed that a lot of training sessions in a row can be damaging. Taylor also mentioned the optimum time for training – up to 45 minutes. We agreed that program design is crucial and means you can achieve results in the gym rather than wasting your time. We also talked about adrenal fatigue and how to deal with it. Taylor then talked about his thoughts on training intensification. Finally, we delved into the Taylor’s opinions on the carb-fat continuum and how can ethnicity and culture can affect the decision of how many carbs we eat. We also talked about;
- Best ways to get quality sleep
- Taylor’s favorite supplements
- The 2-day-on-1-off rule
- How overtraining can confuse body balance
- The importance of having a good training plan
- Best supplements for supporting the adrenal gland
Being in good shape isn’t just a matter of physicality, you need to work on your mental state, too. When you have a healthy mind, your body will follow soon enough. That’s why it’s of prime importance to track your sleep schedule and keep it healthy.
Make sure to get at least six hours of sound sleep every day. Taylor Robbins
It might just be one simple lifestyle change you need to make to improve your sleeping schedule, however you will start to feel the effects instantly. Additionally, to improve your workout culture, make sure to space out your training sessions. Your body can get overwhelmed if you put too much pressure on it so make sure you give it adequate time to rest and recover. Systems like 2-days-on-1-off can be helpful, but the main thing is finding out what works best for you. Guest Bio Taylor Robbins is a personal coach and founder of Body Temple System and Savage Strength. Taylor has serviced over 6,000 sessions and he’s had amazing experiences with clients. He has 5 nationally accredited certifications ranging from a USA Weightlifting Coach (USAW), Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Personal Trainer (CPT), and a Mental Strength Coach. He trains his personal clients in San Diego, California. Taylor’s clients range from professional athletes, ex-professional athletes, CEO’s, business owners, executives, mothers, doctors, chiropractors, overweight people, in-shape people, and more. To find out more about Taylor, visit BodyTempleSystem.com To Get Your FREE COPY of the Amazon Best Seller: The Definitive Testosterone Replacement Therapy MANual, Click Here! The TRT MANual has helped hundreds of thousands of men around the world reclaim their health and vitality. Don’t suffer in silence a moment longer! As an added bonus, upon finishing the book-once you provide a Thoughtful, High Quality Review on Amazon (hopefully 5 STAR), we will send you our new unreleased eBook 7 Lies You’ve Been Told About Testosterone for FREE.* (To receive book, email firstname.lastname@example.org a screenshot of your posted review and request a copy of the book.) PS. Ready to Feel the focus of the World’s Most Powerful OTC Nootropic-EMF?