There’s no correlation, but it’s a trend that just keeps on going.
In fact, researchers have found that the testosterone levels of the average American man have dropped by 17% over the last twenty years.
Just because weight training is good doesn’t mean that more is automatically better.
Fats contain 9 calories per gram, so simply take your calorie intake and multiply it by 0.25, and then divide by 9 to get the number of grams of fat to eat.
(1) We’re not just talking about guys in the 40-50 age range either…
This gradual decline in testosterone is affecting men as young as 22, with roughly one out of every four men recording test levels below the optimal range. It should, because low testosterone levels are responsible for a wide variety of negative physical and mental effects, including but not limited to…
(2) In the study, a group of 20 male university students took part in a strength training program 3 times per week.
After 4 weeks, the testosterone levels of the men increased by an average of 40% while resting cortisol levels decreased by 24%.