Taking testosterone for weight lifting

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583580 tn?1231136383 I do cardio and I try to lift weights but theres my problem. Everytime I start a lifting program even though its low weight more reps I gain mass. This frustrates me cause it doesnt go away. I dont lose inches or weight I get bigger. Whenever this happens I stop lifting cause I dont want to get bigger. I know they say that a woman cant get bigger because she just doesnt produce the same hormones as a man but why would I be gaining mass if this were so.
Avatar f tn 15-20 reps is more for a burn and tone type exercise but I recommend heavier weight, maybe wear a backpack with cans of soup or something for extra weight and try and get 10-12 rep range with no more than 30-45 seconds of rest.
Avatar f tn Start a sensible weight-lifting program. This is how to naturally increase your testosterone level. You want to start weight lifting with small weights. You don't want to start big because the object is to slowly build the big muscles and the small stabilizer muscles correctly from the start, learning correct form. That's how you get strong and avoid injury. You don't even need weights; you can use your own body weight. Youtube has videos that can get you started.
Avatar m tn I already take D3 and weight lift twice a week. I'll look into that diet but that sounds pretty harsh, might mess up my workouts.
Avatar m tn Have you not thought of trying to raise your testosterone levels naturaly, exersize, weight lifting, or just doing a power workout, or if you have a job that means doing heavy work load lifting and moving heavy weights, you will need pysical work, at 25 this may be your best way to go.
Avatar m tn Hi , they should be around 600 for your age, so your a bit low, but some exercise should be the natural way to get them back up, but some weight lifting is the sure way to raise them back up and you would need to keep at, so how would you fill at 45 doing that, I take DHEA its a hormon, but please read up about first before you take it as it can have the odd side effect with the odd person, I take as a wayout of ED, but it works for me, raise our testosterone, kicks up our libido and kicks up ou
277836 tn?1359666174 How long does it take for B12 symptoms to go away?? I have been taking B12 since November 2011 I started in pill form then in April of 2012 I went to an injection once a month.. Well my symptoms never got better so I went to a neuro who did MRI/MRA it was normal.. He said B12 was my issues so he put me on B12 shots for 5 days then once a week then once a month.. I felt normal when I took it for the 5 days but crashed after that.
Avatar m tn I have been battling with low testosterone for a few years and trying to address it through natural means. Lost 20 lbs body fat (Now 5'08" 156 lbs 13 % BF), added heavy weight lifting in 3x weekly, eat a low carb high vegetable intake diet with more than adequate fat content, etc. Sadly doesnt seem to be helping.
Avatar m tn I'm a 20 year old guy, and I've been working out and eating right for about 10 months, and I've gotten some very satisfactory results. However, even though I've gained muscle mass and lost a considerable amount of body fat, there still seems to have been no change in my "man boobs". This is very frustrating and embarrassing. I have and continue to do everything I can to get rid of my chest fat but it won't go away.
Avatar m tn Hi Robin, Why not just go your doctor and get some blood tests done, then when you get your results, your doctor can take it from there, but the natural way to incress your testosterone is to lots of weight lifting, and I mean heavy wieght lifting, google natural ways to incress testosterone, and thats another way to go.
Avatar m tn Hi Joey, odd name for a mum, he can start by doing weight lifting, and lots of heavy work outs, for him the safest thing for his age would be Tribulus as its just a herb and would take around 8 weeks to get to full power. But just get lifting weights in a gym, and he or you need to tell his trainer why and what its for, and let them work on him.
Avatar n tn Male age 62 - low body fat, active cyclist, swimmer, runner with weight lifting. No health issues other than elevated cholesterol now being treated with 5 mg of Crestor daily. Follow up visit to December physical is as follows: Testosterone test that came back at 935 ng/dl. Doctor was concerned about elevated level. Questioned me regarding testosterone supplement use, which I am not nor ever have.
Avatar n tn Is anyon weight lifting during their pregnancy i do alot of squats dead lifts and hugg intensity exercises. My doctor said it was alright but other s ob say otherwise..
Avatar m tn After I lift weights I get sick, during intense lifting I can feel getting sick, like a cold coming on. I have lifted weights since 18 and I am 24. This started two years ago. Also 2 years ago I was under the assumption I contracted an STD due to my genitals hurting like crazy 3 days after unprotected sex.
Avatar f tn First of all I would say it depends on how far u are and not only That but also whether or not u were lifting heavy before pregnancy. It's easy to strain yourself when lifting specially because your balance isn't as good. I'm 120 pounds pretty petite if I lift 50 pounds that's Def not safe lol.
Avatar m tn 34 year old over weight male. My Dr just prescribed me Testim due to a low T count. Im extremely concerned that it's very transferable. My question is will i have to take this for the rest of my life. Is there anything i can do to raise my T count without medication? Also why didnt the Dr prescribe me something like viagra?
Avatar m tn I plan on keeping up the healthy lifestyle for a few weeks including taking a multivitamin daily,healthier diet, cardio and weight training and retesting earlier in the morning with a more complete list of hormones. I want to do this as a more solid base for my overall goal to increase my testosterone in the future.
Avatar n tn Hi Winty, you could raise your testosterone by weight lifting, get down the gym and pump some iron, you can google that and see what type of exercises are best, or you could try some tribulus, its good for raising testosterone, I take it for my ED recovery, if you can get some in herbal form, make a big pot of green tea and tribulus, let it steep over night and drink through the next day, I di it once a week, and take it with ginger lemon and honey, and I'm also on capsules twice daily.
Avatar f tn Hi Fate, This could be low testosterone, but tests will back this up, so get out of the house get to a gym do some weight lifting, by doing this its a natural way to get your testosterone back up, if you dont wont to lift weights try the caveman system for better health, another way to get your testosterone back up, get out do some walking and swimming, all good for you, get off any fast foods and junk foods, these will kill your testosterone, its the high sugars and salt, kills testosterone and
8309591 tn?1397596954 t get depressed or upset if you are depressed it will lower your testosterone level. go for swimming also cause it is a big asset for this.
Avatar m tn however, beginning in august, i started to lose weight. i was not lifting very much, but i was playing soccer and still active. when wrestling season began weighed 170 pounds and dropped about 10 to make 160. however, every week would be a battle because i would gain back 8 or so and have to lose it all. once that season ended, i found myself weighing 164, then 162, then 159, and finally as low as 156. this prompted a trip to the doctor, and blood test, revealing low TSH.
Avatar m tn I know that my testosterone is low for my age. I plan on losing excess weight and see what happens from there. I know losing weight will lower my estradiol and raise my testosterone, but how much of a difference will it make? I would be willing to try TRT but I am scared of infertility.
Avatar f tn t lift more than half my weight. I worked in dog grooming so I was always lifting dogs up into tubs and what not.
Avatar f tn The main reasons I have heard for a prohibition on lifting is that your cartilage is softening with pregnancy and you could pull something out of alignment more easily. If you have been lifting this amount of weight for some time, your body is probably used to it. But if this amount of lifting is new for you, I would think about trying to find a different job that does not require you to lift an adult's full weight. How much of her weight do you think you lift?