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Aggressive Strength Tips For The Week

Often with athletes and training enthusiasts, free testosterone levels score low on blood tests due to androgen receptor uptake. Instead of free testosterone just floating around your bloodstream it is being utilized. While I am not too concerned about low blood levels of free testosterone, I like to see total testosterone at 550 ng/dl and above. Total testosterone levels show what your total production is and the more total testosterone you have the more testosterone can be utilized for building muscle, improving mood, and boosting sex drive.

Low testosterone is not always a factor in ED. It could be due to low nitric oxide, low dopamine, low estrogen (not common unless you use AI's) and high cortisol levels. You can have optimal T levels and ED if you have the other issues.

Cialis and Viagra are unlikely to work for men with low nitric oxide levels. Both ED drugs increase nitric oxide synthesis (utilization of nitric oxide) but if you have insufficient nitric oxide there will not be enough to synthesize. Beets, arugula, spinach, garlic, watermelon, and pomegranates help increase nitric oxide as does the supplement citrulline. Citrulline increases arginine levels more than taking arginine supplements which in turn increases nitric oxide production.

Snacking is more likely to increase your appetite in between meals than not eating anything. Stick to three to four meals per day with at least four hours in between each meal to optimize the master control hormones Leptin and Insulin.

Sedentary people don’t need to worry about getting enough protein. You only need more protein if you’re physically active and even then it is not likely as much as you think. Follow legendary bodybuilder Franco Columbu's advice and start with one gram per kilo and if you're trying to build muscle add an extra 30-40 grams.

One exercise workouts can be very effective if you choose squats or deadlifts and train intensely. Prioritize squats and deadlifts at the beginning of your workouts and definitely don't do both on the same day. Don't be surprised if you find you don't have much energy for anything else after pushing it hard on deadlifts or squats. When I did the Smolov squat program I would only do a few sets of upper body presses and pulls afterward and sometimes I would just call it a day after the squat work.

If you’re a trainer that can’t even design an effective program for yourself then don’t expect anyone else to pay you for training advice. Your first client should be yourself. Being a great trainee doesn't mean you will automatically be an excellent trainer, but being a poor trainee definitely transfers to being a terrible trainer.

While using a pelvic tilt at the top of the deadlift helps with a powerful lockout, leaning back excessively is not useful and will only injure your lower back. Brace your midsection during the entire pull to protect your lower back and to create a much smoother lift.

Kipping pull-ups can be used with a few modifications. Start each rep with a dead hang, avoid momentum to pull yourself to the bar, and lower under control. It transforms into a great exercise with these alterations.

Strength training without keeping a training journal is just as ineffective as running a business without keeping track of revenue and expenses. What you don't know will hurt your progress.

https://mikemahler.com/nutrition-supplements/aggressive-strength-testosterone-booster
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Seven Tips To Improve Testosterone Levels And Overall Health

Poor digestion is one of the main reasons for a poor hormonal profile including low testosterone levels. If you have poor digestion you fail to extract optimal nutrition to energize an optimal hormonal profile. Eating quickly often leads to poor digestion so slow down and take your time instead of using the vacuum cleaner technique at meals. Probiotics and ginger also help with gut issues and in turn improve digestion. Systemic enzymes also improve digestion by lowering inflammation
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Optimal levels of zinc and magnesium are crucial for optimal testosterone levels and an ideal testosterone to estrogen ratio. Zinc is an aromatase inhibitor and magnesium increases DHEA and free levels of testosterone. Hemp seeds and pumpkin seeds are both high in zinc and magnesium. In addition black beans and cacao are also loaded with magnesium. The best supplement for magnesium and zinc is my recovery oil
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Every time you have a poor night of sleep you miss out on an opportunity to produce testosterone, improve insulin and leptin sensitivity, and keep cortisol in check. Read for a few hours before bedtime to fatigue the mind and improve sleep quality. Watching TV for a few hours before bedtime has the opposite effect. The Holosync meditation program is also a fantastic option to listen to before bedtime
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One effective method to improve leptin and insulin sensitivity (both are master control hormones that affect other hormones such as testosterone and GH) is to take longer stretches in between meals such as 5-6 hours. This will also improve digestion and fat loss as well. Have a balance of protein, fat, and carbohydrates and you will be satiated for many hours. Meal examples at http://www.centerpointe.com/?aid=369190

Selenium is an important mineral for optimal testosterone levels. Just one brazil nut has bout 50mcg of selenium and 2-4 brazil nuts per day will supply optimal selenium levels for most.

According to anti-aging expert Dr. Thierry Hertoghe, a high consumption of alcohol, coffee, and tea causes prostate hypertrophy by excessively increasing estrogen levels. In my opinion no more than four cups of coffee per day should not be an issue and the same goes for tea. As for alcohol, if you have low testosterone and high estrogen levels, you should cut out consumption 100% until the issues are resolved. Alcohol converts testosterone to estrogen and has a negative impact on insulin sensitivity. Moreover, alcohol has a tendency to make men very emotional and have illusions of grandeur as well. For insurance against estrogen dominance use EC Crush estrogen dominance https://mikemahler.com/…/ec-powerful-estrogen-control-for-m…

While heavy lifting can increase testosterone and growth hormone the increase is short lived and does not last long enough to have immense benefits. You need optimal testosterone and growth hormone levels to get the most out of your workouts rather than having the illusion that you can optimize both anabolic hormones by engaging in physical training. Keep workouts under an hour to avoid a depletion in testosterone and growth hormone and an increase in cortisol. Prioritize restoration by getting recovery massages often, insuring sleep is high quality, and engaging in stress management activities such as walking, tai chi, chi-kung, yoga, and daily joint mobility
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THE ENDLESS BENEFITS OF MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENTATION FOR HEALTH AND HORMONE OPTIMIZATION

Magnesium works inside our tissue cells binding with ATP to produce energy pockets for our body's vital force

Magnesium is required for the body to produce and store energy

Magnesium helps obesity genes from expressing themselves*
Magnesium is necessary for the production, function, and transport of insulin

Magnesium is one of the most important neuroprotectants known. Magnesium helps protect cells against environmental neurotoxins such as pesticides

Magnesium is critical for protein synthesis which is a must for muscle building

Magnesium allows the body to burn fuel and create energy in an efficient cycle during exercise that does not lead to lactic acid production and buildup

The feel-good hormone serotonin depends on magnesium for its production and function

Magnesium is the ultimate stress management nutrient and supports the adrenal glands that get worn out from stress

Magnesium activates enzymes that control digestion, absorption, and the utilization of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates

Research shows a direct relationship between the amount of magnesium in the diet and the ability to avoid high blood pressure

Magnesium is just as important as calcium to prevent and treat osteoporosis

https://mikemahler.com/nutrition-supplements/aggressive-strength-recovery-oil
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Aggressive Strength is the testosterone booster which actually works! No other natural testosterone booster has customer feedback like this

just had my blood test results back earlier this week. My creatinine went down to .92 from 1.05 a year earlier, eGFR was at 100, and my BUN was at 19. That's actually an improvement and my liver enzymes were all within normal range. My Total T levels rose from 425 to 606, and that was after a bad night's sleep from playing tennis late the night before

--Nick Radonjic

I been using ASTB and it's amazing! My T levels went from 321 ng/dl to 619 ng/dl and free from 11 to 19,7. I feel great and free!

--Jimmy Solano

Hey Mike, we spoke probably 6 to 8 months ago when I first ordered your testosterone booster. At the time of starting, my test level was around 220. After about 8 months on the product I am at a 625 which is very impressive. I am going to continue taking your product and I wanted to thank you for your help with everything. I feel MUCH better in and out of the gym! Thanks again!

--Jeffrey Hermann

Mike, I just had to tell you how awesome this product is. Honestly, I wasn't expecting it to do much (no offense intended). Mytotal test was 275 last time i had it checked. I took one bottle of Aggressive Strength and had a blood test on the last day (day 45) and my total T was up to 879! I would have been happy with 600. Incredible. I feel good, strong. Thank you!

--Ian McLeish

Just received my blood work after finishing 8 week cycle of t-boost. Blood work before starting 8 week cycle: Total testosterone was 715 ng/dL.Free test was 5.6 pg/mL After 8 week cycle on Aggressive Strength Total T was 940 ng/dL....Free T was 33.3 pg/mL (it was flagged as being too high!) Aggressive Strength Testosterone Booster is the REAL DEAL....I am 59 year old male...I was at the LLA Podcast kettlebell summit in Vegas this past Sept.

Thank you Mike for producing such QUALITY products !!!!"

--Raleigh Wood

Just sending you some feedback on your testosterone booster. I'm am 40, eat all plant based, My T levels were 619 before and a month into it 843 my e2 levels before were 42 and then 35. I could feel a huge difference in my workouts and sex drive. Great job on putting this supplement together works great!

Thank you

--Kevin Brown

One more thing, the last time I tried to get this it was on back order. I went to GNC and I got on Nugenix. That was a terrible mistake it lowered my testerone and was hurting my liver. Your testosterone raised my levels by 140 points without damaging anything else. That is a true story, I am a customer for life.

--Kiamaine Ferguson

Just wanted everybody to know this, my testosterone level before I used Mike's testosterone supplement was 350. I only did one eight weeks cycle and have not used it in three months. I got my testosterone checked the other day and I am at 620!! I can't wait to do my next cycle of this. Let's get it up to 1200?? Lol

--Poppa Pump Panezai

Hey Mike, I just wanted to tell you that you we're completely wrong! I finished my first 8 week cycle of your testosterone booster 2 weeks ago. I had my blood tested again in December and my T was down to 305. I started the first week of January on your booster. I got my results back yesterday and I am now up to 724! My Dr. accused me of getting injections from another Dr. he says he has never heard of anyone going up like that from a supplement. So awesome!

Anyway, I am thrilled to be back to my normal self. My workouts have never been better and let's just say my fiance is quite happy. I am really hoping to make your seminar in Sept.

--Art O'Connor

Thanks for the feedback and advice, Mike! I tried the test booster last spring when my doctor suggested using Androgel....no way! I drop down weight and upped my heavy iron workouts, and took Aggressive Strength which took my tested levels from 303 to 535. Good stuff!

--Ron Brown

My total t levels increased from 580 ng/dl to 647 and my free t levels went from 81pg/ml to 112. Incredible stuff especially for a 51-year-old - I did combine it with a new training program under the iron focussing on large compound movements. Love waking up locked and loaded every morning as well.

--Michael Starr

Just finished the two-month cycle of the test booster today and I will be doing EC for the next 30 days until I start the next Test Booster cycle.

I didn’t get my levels tested before I started, but I’m 56 years old and I’m waking up with morning wood every morning now and I haven’t done that in about 25 years. That right there tells you something. I lost about 50 pounds during the last year but I have about 20 more to go and it's hard as hell to get rid of it. It started coming off when I started doing the test booster and I’m sure that had something to do with it. Workouts are more aggressive and I have packed on a lot more muscle since taking this stuff. I’m real happy with it. Also, I switched to using two kettlebells now like you suggest and it does change the game. Results are much better using two kettlebells.

Anyway, as soon as I finish the 30 days of EC I will be reordering another 60-day cycle of Test Booster.


--Bill from Philadelphia

I am 26 and had my testosterone levels checked a year ago during a really stressful period, it had gone down to the 400s! I used your test booster last year after getting those results back, really made a point to implement all of your testosterone tips (especially with lifestyle), and then used the EC estrogen control mostly recently.

Got my bloodwork done 10 days after finishing a 30-day cycle, test is in the 700s! Combined with the changes in lifestyle, relationships, I think it will go even higher now. And while I know that the booster isn’t an anabolic obviously, I will say I feel AMAZING while taking it. Really looking forward to utilizing it again

—Alexander Cortes

In the 6 weeks since starting with your sup, my Total T went to 746 and Free went to 108!!! Man, that's epic...especially considering I started at 330 initially 6 months ago!!

Since being at 330 Total, I've come down from 268lbs to 228lbs. I feel super-athletic again and am pumped about flag football coming up in 2 weeks.

Here's to not feeling like a "eunuch" anymore like you say - haha!

I'm also halfway thru Live Life Aggressively and have to say its very entertaining and full of irrefutable truth...nice work!

Thanks again for all your hard work and dedication that continues to be invested in folks lives!

--R Crosley

In 2012 I decided I wanted to get some base line blood work done so I could compare as well started to "mature". Results were "poster child" like, as my practitioner said. All of the sudden it was 2016 and I figured I should test again for comparison just to make sure I was still poster worthy. Turns out things changed a little, but most noteworthy was my "T", testosterone! Yikes!!! I am 47, 6'-2", 185lbs and my T was 442. I train predominantly with kettlebells, and am RKC. I was not feeling all the horrible effects that you may read about from having low T, but did notice the lack of energy and enthusiasm in my morning workouts. Having followed Mike Mahler in his early kettlebells days, I was told to check out his hormone information, as he has become a prominent figure in the world of natural hormone optimization. I began taking his T booster, and after only 2 rounds of it, I went from a 442 to a 723.71. I am now on a great training program and racking the bells by 6am with great energy and workouts!

If you are in your 40's and are not watching your hormone levels, it is time to start! Especially your T, gotta keep engines firing on all cylinders.....if you know what I mean!

--David Werschay

Hi Mike, I have finished my 1st bottle of Testosterone Booster (out of the 3, bought initially), which lasts ~8 weeks. I am very pleased with the results: I have increased my bench press from 3-4 reps with 100 kg to 10 reps!! I am confident that I will reach soon my personal record - 2reps/150 kg

--A Lordache

I've been waiting to get some lab results back before giving your Aggressive Strength Testosterone Booster a testimonial...and the results are in!

I've taken three bottles of your ASTB and right away noticed a surge of feeling good as well as a kind of centered yet virile aggression for sex and life for lack of a better term.

I feel fantastic when I take your stuff and lab results confirm that my testosterone is indeed going up! (153 points!)

On top of that your customer service/fulfillment is fantastic and you've always responded to my inquiries in a ridiculously timely manner.

All in all you're one of the few guys out there in this field who's truly kicking ass and isn't a moron so I hope as many people as possible support you so you can keep up the awesome fucking job!

--Nathan A

Having been a fairly strong natural lifter in my youth (430lb bench press, 600lb squat) due to various problems and as the years have gone by my strength has decreased. A few years ago I was still able to BP 400lbs but that too declined to 355 despite trying various supplements and natural testosterone boosters. I had just about resigned myself to treading water at best for the rest of my training days. Then I discovered your site. Ok I have been taking Aggressive Strength for a little while now and am astonished at my progress, it seems endless, I am gaining something almost every week, either an extra rep or a few more lbs on everything. In about 2-3 weeks I am going to attempt 400lbs on the BP again, It is 6 years at the age of 52 when I last did that. I can actually see me hitting and maybe even surpassing the best I have ever done now. I have no personal experience of steroids so can't compare Aggressive Strength to them but I can say for certainty, that for me, Aggressive Strength is the best product by a country mile for doing what it says on the tin. Mike, well done with your product.

--Allan Moore

Since college I have had issues with my Testosterone levels. I have tried other boosters and a number of supplements in the past and I have always experienced side effects and/or unexpected results. I am now 38 and have FINALLY found something that is making a difference. I just received the results from my 8-week blood draw and I am so relieved with the numbers. I was extremely low before I started taking ASTB and I have increased my total Testosterone from 180 to 420 and my Free T is now back into normal range as well. I can't wait to see what the next 8-week round gets me to! Thank you so much Mike for offering such an outstanding product that, for me, has been life altering!

--Jason Vincent

THIS STUFF IS THE REAL DEAL! I am a 42 year old that has been training my whole adult life. Shortly into my 40's I noticed that as a whole my intensity was much lower than before. My workouts stagnated and my libido was way down. I tried other Testosterone boosters with no results at all.

As a big follower of Mike's, and having some of his DVD'S and his book, and listening to his podcast I know he is no bullshit, if he puts his name on something it's gotta be good, so I finally made the plunge and bought his testosterone booster. In the first day or 2 I immediately noticed my focus and energy levels increase. I figured placebo effect. By the end of the first week, I was always hungry, my weights were noticeably up in the gym, and my libido was up considerably.

Just finished my 3rd week, I am crushing it in the gym (hitting all sorts of PR'S), my overall enthusiasm and daily intensity is back, and my libido is through the roof! Pardon the vulgarity here, but my erections feel like a sledgehammer, and my wife jokes that she is with a teenager. I haven't felt this good since my 20's!! I don't want to ever go back to the old me!

--Todd Smolen

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Aggressive Strength Success Tips

The mindset of I will start tomorrow is one of the biggest impediments to achieving any goal. Tomorrow will have excuses just like today. Do something today to build momentum and move you forward towards the goal.

It is great to learn from mistakes but don't make avoidable mistakes and rationalize afterward that it was a learning experience.

Don't make the mistake of your gym workouts being the only source of weekly physical activity. For optimal health, get in 90 minutes of physical activity daily.
Instead of being overly fixated on results, focus on excellence in the action phase. For example instead of fixating on fat loss, focus on excellence during all of the activities that promote fat loss such as 90 minutes of daily activity, clean eating, and optimal sleep.

A goal without a deadline is a goal that will never be achieved. Without a sense of urgency, not much ever tends to happen.

100% of the time Trolls are losers who enjoy wasting time. Don't waste your time engaging. If you have to respond, just recommend that they eat some oatmeal to help see themselves free of shit.

More often than not big problems are the result of small problems not being addressed. Don't wait for a problem to hit a tipping point before taking action.
While many women want an ass like Kim Kardashian ironically more men have an ass like her due to excessive estrogen dominant living (poor diet #1 culprit). Take charge by losing fat, building muscle, and taking the ASTB-EC combo to improve the T to E ratio.

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THE ENDLESS BENEFITS OF MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENTATION FOR HEALTH AND HORMONE OPTIMIZATION

Magnesium works inside our tissue cells binding with ATP to produce energy pockets for our body's vital force*

Magnesium is required for the body to produce and store energy*

Magnesium helps obesity genes from expressing themselves*

Magnesium is necessary for the production, function, and transport of insulin*

Magnesium is one of the most important neuroprotectants known. Magnesium helps protect cells against environmental neurotoxins such as pesticides*

Magnesium is critical for protein synthesis which is a must for muscle building*

Magnesium allows the body to burn fuel and create energy in an efficient cycle during exercise that does not lead to lactic acid production and buildup*

The feel-good hormone serotonin depends on magnesium for its production and function*

Magnesium is the ultimate stress management nutrient and supports the adrenal glands that get worn out from stress*
Magnesium activates enzymes that control digestion, absorption, and the utilization of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates*
Research shows a direct relationship between the amount of magnesium in the diet and the ability to avoid high blood pressure*
Magnesium is just as important as calcium to prevent and treat osteoporosis*
Magnesium keeps calcium dissolved in the blood so it will not form kidney stones*
Magnesium is necessary for insulin to open cell membranes for glucose*
Magnesium is the second most prolific element inside human cells*

Magnesium is nature's calcium channel blocker: too much calcium entering cells can cause symptoms of heart disease, asthma, and headaches*

Magnesium keeps calcium out of cells; when magnesium is low, calcium rushes in, causing cell death*

Adequate levels of magnesium are essential for the absorption of and metabolism of calcium*

Magnesium converts Vitamin D into its active form so that it can help calcium absorption*

Magnesium is required to activate an enzyme for new bone growth*

Magnesium is a vasodilator, opening up blood vessels*

Magnesium therapy reduces cholesterol levels*

Magnesium is required for the enzyme activity that lowers LDL cholesterol*

Magnesium lowers triglycerides and raises HDL cholesterol*

Magnesium is needed for an enzyme that converts omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids prostaglandin's which are necessary for heart and overall health*

When sufficient levels of magnesium are present in the body cholesterol will be limited to necessary functions such as the hormone production and the maintenance of membranes*

Sweat loss during intense exercise depletes magnesium*

Outside of the bones and teeth, the highest concentrations of magnesium are in the heart and brain*

Magnesium helps to transmit nerve signals*

Magnesium is a natural muscle relaxant*

Magnesium relaxes blood vessels in the fingers to treat Raynaud's syndrome*

Magnesium helps alleviate PMS and PMS headaches*

Magnesium is an important part of treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia*

Magnesium helps detoxify toxic chemicals*

Magnesium binds with and helps eliminate heavy metals from the body*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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I get asked often how to make the habit of exercise stick. Many have complicated answers that go right over the average person's head. They don't want to hear about split routines or going to the gym six days a week. They may be able to make it work for a short time-frame but most are unable to sustain it long enough to reap the rewards.

it is crucial to integrate a practice you can be consistent with. In order to build consistency, you need to utilize a protocol that you can do every single day without fail. For this to be possible, it has to be something that does not take up much time, results in a sense of accomplishment, and builds fitness to stay motivated. This is where bodyweight squats come into play.

Bodyweight squats can be done anywhere, don’t require equipment, and everyone has time to do at least one-hundred squats per day. Don't even think about telling me you're too busy to do one-hundred squats every single day. You don’t have to do all one-hundred in a row although that is a great goal to work up to.

Total beginners can start with ten sets of ten with one-minute breaks and advance to four sets of twenty-five with one-minute breaks. Be creative with the rep schemes to keep things fresh. Also while one-hundred in the minimum you can always so more reps each day for greater benefit. I do three to five hundred reps several times a week and on days I train at the gym I do a minimum of one-hundred at the end of the workout.

One-hundred body weight squats every day is a simple way to add extra exercise to your life and won’t take away from your other workouts. If anything it will be a nice dose of active recovery. A hundred squats is also a great way to super-charge the day, increase energy, improve focus, and even enhance mood. I also find my sleep has improved since integrating daily squat work as it is a great way to calm the nerves and quell adrenaline. Here is what last week of my daily squatting regimen looked like:

Monday 14x30 for a total of 420 reps
Tuesday 6x40 for a total of 240 reps
Wednesday 3x40 for a total of 120 reps after my Deadlift workout at the gym
Thursday 8x30 for a total of 240 reps
Friday 7x40 for a total of 280 reps
Saturday 2x50 for 100 reps after my barbell squat workout
Sunday 1x75, 9x25 for a total of 300 reps

Feel free to pick a version of the bodyweight squat your comfortable with. Just make sure to use a full range of motion and optimal technique.

I prefer the Hindu squat for my daily squatting sessions as I love the fluid nature of the move and also the emphasis on the quads, calves, and building lung capacity (breathe out as you squat down and take a deep breath as you stand up). My long-term goal is to work up to 500 reps straight in 20 minutes or less. I am also working on a 500lb barbell squat so I think it would be exciting to be able to squat 500lbs and also be able to do 500 Hindu squats. This is a great combination of strength and excellent conditioning. Find a goal which is important to you to keep progressing. Yet, to start just have a goal of getting in 100 squats every day.

http://mikemahler.com/articles-videos/bodyweight-training/are-you-up-for-the-100-bodyweight-squats-daily-challenge
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LLA Show premium episode #4 is available, as we discuss the benefits of training more infrequently, why you should get over your carb and gluten phobias, how much daily protein is really enough, taking on Sincere's 52 week veggie challenge and more.
LLA Show premium episode #4 is available, as we discuss the benefits of training more infrequently, why you should get over your carb and gluten phobias, how much daily protein is really enough, taking on Sincere's 52 week veggie challenge and more.
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Great having Christian back on the show for another round of a serious wealth of information! Check it out

EPISODE 191: ELITE STRENGTH COACH CHRISTIAN THIBAUDEAU RETURNS TO DISCUSS OPTIMAL TRAINING, PRE-WORKOUT SUPPLEMENTATION, AND NUTRITION ON THE ROAD

Top strength coach and popular T-nation contributor, Christian Thibaudeau returns to discuss the following:

Christian discusses how trainees are into the art of "seduction"

What are the top two mistakes for natural trainees

Christian shares specific issues of performing too much assistance work

Why does Christian choose the sumo deadlift & is it more beneficial than tradition deadlifts

How does Christian attain optional nutrition, in spite of extensive travel schedules

Is there any benefit to performing explosive movements/exercises before performing a max set exercise

Why is high-rep Olympic lifts problematic & how does effect the most experienced high level Olympic lifters

Christian shares how to make a Crossfit experience beneficial

Christian shares his views on Tabata workouts
Why is Christian anti-stimulants, including pre-workout supplements

What are Christians go-to supplements

Christian shares his stance and experience with low carb diets

What are the 3 most important things a diet should do

Christian shares his view of the Westside Method and why so many people get it wrong

http://mikemahler.com/podcast/episode-191-elite-strength-coach-christian-thibaudeau-returns-to-discuss-optimal-training-pre-workout-supplementation-and-nutrition-on-the-road

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And the great feedback keeps coming in:

"Just finished the two month cycle of the test booster today and I will be doing EC for the next 30 days until I start the next Test Booster cycle.

I didn’t get my levels tested before I started, but I’m 56 years old and I’m waking up with morning wood every morning now and I haven’t done that in about 25 years. That right there tells you something. I lost about 50 pounds during the last year but I have about 20 more to go and it's hard as hell to get rid of it. It started coming off when I started doing the test booster and I’m sure that had something to do with it. Workouts are more aggressive and I have packed on a lot more muscle since taking this stuff. I’m real happy with it. Also I switched to using two kettlebells now like you suggest and it does change the game. Results are much better using two kettlebells.
Anyway as soon as I finish the 30 days of EC I will be reordering another 60 day cycle of Test Booster."
--Bill from Philadelphia

http://mikemahler.com/nutrition-supplements/aggressive-strength-testosterone-booster
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