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Archive for November 6th, 2012


The Holy Grail for male enhancement/performance, life, or sexual enhancement, is boosting testosterone, particularly if it can be done safely and legally. A number of means and methods can boost testosterone, albeit most are temporary and have only a modest effect on enhancements of various sorts. Some methods are consequential to current or anticipated changes in the environment; handling a gun increases testosterone, an obvious advantage in anticipation of meeting a threat or challenge.1 Injecting hCG, or ingesting aromatase inhibitors increase testosterone, but these drugs require a prescription to be obtained and used legally.2,3 Both classes of drug can cause mild side effects in the short-term, and long-term use in males remains unstudied at this time. In fact, over-zealously suppressing estrogen through aromatase inhibition can be detrimental to both health and performance.4,5
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by Joshua H. INBF, NSCA CPT, CSCS

Here are a few things to consider when weight loss (fat) is your primary goal while retaining muscle.

1. Fasted cardio in the morning is ideal best because insulin levels are lowest, hormone sensitive lipase is fully active, the fat cell releasing enzyme while lipoprotein lipase is dormant, the storage enzyme for fat cells. GH is still coming off its overnight high, a major fat burning hormone, less blood glucose is in your blood stream to be burned, leaving fats as the go to substrate. Keep the session under 60 minutes long, 45 minutes is ample, to long and you eat up muscle tissue.
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With New Years resolutions now on full tilt this is the time of year that I regularly get a lot of inquiries by people set on changing their diet and improving their physique. Some people want to lose body-fat, others want to gain bodyweight, while others want to improve their performance. Now from my end, as a coach, let me start by saying training is 10 x easier than diet.

Diet Is Much More Difficult Than Training….

When it comes to training all you really have to do is show up an hour or so per day. Your diet is a 24 hour per day process that requires MUCH more round the clock dedication. I can make general recommendations for any goal, but with regards to diet in most cases I am extremely limited in how much I can help a person because most people don’t have the knowledge to put any solid recommendations into practice or don’t have the dedication. Giving out macronutrient presciptions is easy – in fact here are a couple of general prescriptions for weight gain and/or loss:
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