Testosterone Supplements & Super Slow Training!

by William
(Chatsworth, GA)


Thanks Mark,

This site has given me hope and I'm working on a plan.

I'm 46 years old and generally healthy as in blood pressure/heart, but have had prostate problems. I've been way to inactive and used bad knees and ankles as an excuse.

I'm not overweight but also not in shape at all. I feel like my bones are brittle and have no muscle tone. None of this really bothered me until the last couple of years when ED kicked in.

Now I'm desperate. I get morning wood, but it's only temporary and I lose it quickly if sex is attempted.

Anyway I've ordered the Zinger Ring and 7 of the testosterone boosters and go for Testosterone and PSA testing in two days.

I'll have the results and a baseline before the supplements arrive.

Feedback on the schedule please...

M- Tongkat Ali/5 grams L Arginine + Pycnogenol/Chrysin

T- Horny Goat Weed/Arginine + Pycnogenol

W- Catuaba Bark/ Ditto A & P / Nettle Root

Th-Tribulus Terrestis/ A & P

F- Mucana Pruriens/A & P/ DIM

S- Rhodesia Rosia/A & P

S- Passion RX/A & P/Chrysin

DAY OFF- going every other day w Estrogen Blockers

Excercise: Bodyweight- pushups, pullups, situps, wall squats (tough on knees), leg ups or V-ups for core.

Any other suggestions generally or especially for legs?

I'm going to go hard for short bursts and then rest as I've seen you suggest.

I am trying to use a bodyweight version of the SuperSlow protocol.

10 seconds up and 10 seconds down trying to exhaust the muscle group quickly and move on...it's designed for weights but seems to have a similar approach to the short burst and rest method.

Do you think I can add muscle with this approach?

Also, I've started taking Wobenzym (enzymes) for my joints and it needs to be taken on an empty stomach too.

Will it clash with the other supplements?

Again, thanks for listening. I'm ready to get started. How long before I can expect some results?

I'll let you know how it goes.

Testosterone Supplements & Super Slow Training!

Hello William,

I just want to touch on something before we move on. You mentioned that you had prostate problems, but didn't get into specifics.

I just want to make sure you have a good medical professional in your corner, especially if your problem was prostate cancer.

I'm sure you already know this, but it needs to be said, as I'm not a doctor, and can only share my opinions and personal experiences here.

OK, onto your questions...

Your supplement line up looks excellent!

One herb you may want to consider adding is yohimbe bark.

You're dealing with erectile dysfunction, and there's no better OTC herb to treat that condition than yohimbe.

Many fear the side effects, but if taken properly, they're really not an issue.

Aside from that small addition, I think everything else looks great.

As a matter of fact, your regime is very close to the one I typically follow.

Your exercise plan looks pretty good too.

SuperSlow definitely taxes the muscles, and delivers big time pump, but it does have a downside in my opinion.

It works mostly dark meat, or slow twitch muscles.

To get the white meat involved, you need explosiveness, power, and speed.

For that reason, I'd do a super slow set, followed by a super fast set.

My only other advice to you would be, to turn your workouts into play as often as possible.

Run sprints at the park, then scoot over to the pullup bar, and do a few sets of pullups.

Buy a jump rope and spin out few sets once a week.

Keep an open mind, change your routines up frequently, and have fun.

Regarding your legs, I'd recommend sticking with the squats.

Change the position of your feet until you find a zone that works for you.

Toes pointed outward, at roughly a 45 degree angle works for many, as it allows the joint to open up properly, which eliminate stress on the knees.

I've seen others who've felt better at slightly less or more than 45 degrees.

Test a few different angles until you find out what works best for you.

Also, don't take your squats too deep, as this can put stress on the knees as well.

Finally...

Don't forget to make adjustments to your Diet.

You can get everything else right, but still fail if you're eating the wrong foods.

Good luck, and thanks for your questions!
Mark

P.S
No need to worry about the enzymes!


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