Increase Testosterone on Leg Day

Exercises for Bigger Legs Will Boost T

As a model in my mid-40s now, it’s important that I pay extra attention to my diet and workouts. When it comes to working out, it gets pretty challenging to even make it to the gym five to six days a week. Sure, when I was in my 20s and 30s I could march right in there, no problem— even when I only had a few hours sleep the night before. But I needed to change things in my 40s. I needed to increase my testosterone levels so that I could feel that youth in me when I did my workouts that I so desperately needed for my career.

I did some research and discovered that training the legs, and hitting the glute muscles especially, would increase the production of testosterone in my body. I combined that with including watermelon, shellfish as well as tuna in my diet, as these are all foods that have been linked to testosterone production. I improved my leg workouts and increased the intensity for glute, hamstring, quad and groin exercises. After a few weeks, I really began to notice an increase in my testosterone levels. Not only that, she was a happier lady from this. I combined leg workouts and diet with Max Muscle Sports Nutrition’s 2TX Natural Testosterone Amplifier, which enhanced my testosterone even further.

There is no better feeling in the world than when your youth comes back into your veins of your body and you feel like you want to eagerly get into the gym every day, versus wondering if you’ll be able to even step foot in the gym because of the tired feeling we get all too often.

So instead of doing the basic, simple workout you may have always done for your legs, step it up! You want to build strong, gladiator-style legs? You want increased testosterone production? Here’s the answer, guys. Get on that hack squat and go to it. Here’s a simple leg workout that you can get through in a good hour if you apply yourself:

StairMaster, 10 minutes at level 5 or higher to increase blood flow and get the blood pumping.
Squats or hack squats, 6 sets x 10 reps. Last set complete to failure.
Seated glute machine, 4-5 sets. Remember to sit up straight and squeeze at the extension of the movement, then return to start position.
Hamstrings, 4-5 sets x 10-12 reps. Allow muscles to stretch at peak resistance, then return to start position.
Seated groin machine, 4-5 sets x 10-12 reps. Do this exercise slowly using a moderate weight. Do not try to go too heavy, as you can easily injure yourself. This is an excellent workout for increasing T levels.
Seated quad extensions, 4-5 sets. Crank them out and make it count!
Calves, 4-5 sets x 10-12 reps. Make sure to squeeze at the top. Take your time— this is a marathon, not a sprint.
Standard lunges, 4-5 sets. One foot in front of the other, no secrets with this exercise— just do them!

Keep at this workout two days per week for the next couple of months. You will feel sore, but that is what makes the muscles grow. Combine this workout with consuming tuna, shellfish such as oysters, watermelon and pistachios for a snack, and supplement with Max Muscle Sports Nutrition’s 2TX Natural Testosterone Amplifier to increase those T levels. Remember, after age 35 or so, men don’t produce testosterone that fast, which means we gotta go out and get it! And the best way to do so naturally is through proper diet and exercise. Enjoy working out again, knowing you are helping boost your testosterone!

Jason Baca

Jason Baca began his short film career in the TV series “Nash Bridges” in 1996. He continued acting and residing in the Bay Area before moving on to modeling. He was discovered by a photographer on location for the film “I Know What You Did Last Summer” (1997) where he had been doubling for Freddie Prinze Jr. Jason went on to pose for some of today’s top magazines including Industry, Men’s Workout, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health, Exercise for Men Only, Parade, OptiMYz Fitness Magazine, Marie Claire and Glamour.com. In 2005, Jason began modeling for romance novel covers. As of August 2017, he has graced the covers of over 600 romance and sci-fi novels and is also a fitness routine model. Jason is known best for his candid interviews (check out this “Insider” segment on modeling) with numerous author blogs expressing his concern for smooth skin and maintaining good health. He is an avid outdoorsman and is dedicated to his gym workouts and clean eating techniques.

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