testosterone

We recently discussed how training and a bad diet can really kill your sex drive. So, I am going to give you three recommendations for natural supplements that can light the fire under your libido.
While girls typically worry about being too fat or too big, men are preoccupied with not being muscular enough - and sometimes feel the pressure to resort to steroids.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: pull ups, supplements, kettlebells, testosterone levels, and more!
As an acupuncturist and competitive athlete myself, here are the things I tell all my patients and clients when they come to me for advice on their testosterone levels.
Why, when you should be feeling like jumping your man’s (or lady’s) bones, is all you really want to do is zone out to some Netflix and go to bed? Could it be your workouts killing your desires?
You know you need to pay more attention to your adrenal health and hormone levels, but which test is a good test? Blood levels or saliva? Here are my suggestions for the bests tests.
The controversy of testosterone use has entered the national conversation. At least it has resurfaced in my life, as a number of my main training partners are on TRT.
Traditional herbs: some people swear by them, others are skeptics. A recent study on the effects of tongkat ali shows it might not be a dependable aid for stress relief.
Is strongman-style training better for your testosterone levels than conventional strength training? Science compared athletes and examined their levels post-workout.
Researchers were able to predict the winners of rugby matches by measuring testosterone levels before the games. Yes, before. Is testosterone a predictor of victory? Read on for the answers.
In a world where it is acceptable to take a pill to help your sex life, a pill to help you sleep, and even a shot to help your hormone levels, why is it unacceptable for athletes to do the same?
Cardio first, then strength training? Or strength, then cardio? Which is best? You've probably hear the bro-science, now let's take a look at what the real researchers discovered about our hormones.
There are rumors that caffeine can boost your testosterone, and there are those who say the opposite. Recently researchers took a look to determine the actual impact of coffee on testosterone.
Maintaining muscle is a problem for many older athletes, and for men in general as they age. An experimental medication known resulted in an increase in muscle strength in men with low testosterone.
Drug tests are de rigueur at the Olympics, but new testosterone testing requirements for female athletes could pose problems for women with naturally high levels.
Common belief is that lifting heavy will trigger testosterone and growth hormone in the body, building more muscle. Now, science say it may just "bro knowledge" after all?
You've heard it before - America doesn’t get enough sleep and it makes our brains hazy and driving bad. There are four more surprising ways sleep deprivation effects us, in a potentially deadly way.