My theory on getting horny rasing test level and leading to gains and strength
- 05-03-2011, 11:10 PM
My theory on getting horny rasing test level and leading to gains and strength
Now for a long time I have been preaching that being horny or sexual arouse will lead to better gains and strengths and I myself believe in that and think that has help with my growth. Some say its bro science some have tried it and said it worked .
The whole goal to up the test levels is to get sexual arouse, but not I repeat but not bust that nut. Your have all the sex you want jerk it all you want, but do not bust that nut if you do its a fail.
I do not care how you get sexual arouse, whether you are watching porn(which I do), looking at your girl naked in front of you, or looking at your gay lover.
What ever that will get you sexual arouse will up them test levels, The longer you go during this the better, But it gets to a point where it will reach its max and that nut will makes its way on its own, I use that as a sign to let me know that my test levels high and how long It will take for that to happen.
Now i'm not telling to never Ejaculate ever again just dont make it a everyday thing 7 days of Ejaculation ur test are low as hell
- 05-03-2011, 11:35 PM
this was proven wrong a long time ago, studies have been done that have actually showed test levels in men to be higher after sexual activity. Your holding your nut for no reason dude. LOL
- 05-04-2011, 12:43 AM
Please tell me this is a joke. Whats next? Quit our jobs so we can sleep 10 hours a night? Dump my beer out and fill it with Phenibut and water so I don't have to put alcohol in my body? Stop using soy products because the raw, unpasteurized soybean has been shown to reuce teststerone levels in mice by .0000284% ??
05-04-2011, 01:03 AM
The correct application of healthy sexual practice can enhance mental health, physical function and quality of life; the incorrect application of sexual practice, or even the incorrect application of healthy sexual practice, can impair immune function and decrease anabolic and androgenic hormone levels that contribute to muscle growth.
Can healthy sexual practice improve your immune-system? Can healthy sexual practice improve quality of life? Can healthy sexual practice improve your physical function - including athletic performance - by helping you build more muscle? The answer to these questions is: yes.
Many athletes have questions about sexual practice, and how sexual practice is applied so as to maximize immune-function, physical performance and quality of life. Should an athlete abstain the night prior to a competition? Should the athlete partake? Does sexual activity increase or decrease testosterone levels? The answers to these questions are in scientific literature.
This article will examine the latest research on sexual practice and its application within the context of an athletic training program.
The link between sexual practice and endocrine function is only now being studied seriously by academia.
Sex And Immune System Function
Recent research has demonstrated that hormonal fluctuations occur post-induced ejaculation, and that induced ejaculations help to increase adrenalin, prolactin1 and killer cell (CD3-CD16+CD56+)2 levels.
This research is the first to suggest an explanation for the immune system enhancing effects of induced ejaculation. Nocturnal emissions were not correlated with these health-enhancing effects.
Sex, Dopamine, Adrenalin And Arousal
Sexual activity facilitates the release of dopamine.3 Dopamine (C8H11NO2) is a simple neurotransmitter and monoamine that plays a role in the synthesis and release of epinephrine (adrenalin). The increase in heart rate that accompanies sexual arousal is a function of dopamine's impact on adrenalin release.
Dopamine plays a role in addiction and pleasure seeking behaviors because it is a "feel good" hormone. Research has demonstrated that hormones do not play a role in sexual deviance, and thus dopamine may underlie sexual addiction and arousal.
Sex And Prostate Cancer
Prostate cancer affects about 70% of men over the age of 65. The American Cancer Society estimates that 2004 will see 230,900 new cases of diagnosed prostate cancer.
Prior to the scientific study of the ejaculation process, it was believed that frequent ejaculations was linked to increased prostate cancer rates. Not only has emerging research refuted this idea4, but new research has demonstrated that increased ejaculation frequency in the mid-to-late 20's was correlated with LOWER prostate cancer rates!5
Academia and established medicine think that an increase in the frequency of ejaculations serves to protect the prostate from damage. It does so by clearing the prostate of seminal fluid that may contain DNA damaging carcinogens.
Sex And Heart Health
Heart health is essential to athletic performance. The heart pumps oxygenated blood to vital organs and muscles. Poor heart function can lead to decreased endurance, impaired performance, and stunted muscular growth.
Obesity is the fastest growing health problem in North America. The 1999 HANES report estimated that 61% of adults are overweight and obese, with 15% of this number being morbidly or fatally obese.
Obesity and its related health complications can adversely affect heart health. Extra body fat and elevated blood triglyceride levels can lead to hypertension, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Thankfully, research has shown that sexual arousal stimulates adrenalin and thermogenesis (fat burning). Adrenalin taps into adipose (fatty) tissue for energy, and this explains why sexual activity is associated with being slim.6
Testosterone is responsible for muscle growth, and muscle growth does not occur in its absence. Consequently, athletes go to great lengths to boost testosterone levels. Athletes may take a variety of herbs, vitamins, minerals, prohormones, prosteroids, and even illegal steroids, to boost their testosterone levels and performance.
Nutritional supplements are effective at altering hormone levels, but many lose effectiveness over time as the body down-regulates its natural production of substances as a response to exogenous influence. Muscle growth can stop when this occurs.
Elevating testosterone levels naturally is achieved by correctly applying sound training, nutrition and sexual protocols. Scientific literature and anecdote testify to the effects of nutrition, exercise, and recovery on muscle growth, but the correct application of sexual activity as a method of boosting muscle growth is only now being studied seriously.
Chinese researchers conducted a study in 2003, and enlisted twenty-eight male volunteers to abstain from ejaculation for a period of one week. The participants were tested daily for deviations on serum testosterone levels. The Chinese study was the first to measure the influence of ejaculation frequency on serum testosterone levels, and the results are provocative.
Researchers found that abstaining from ejaculation for six days had no impact on serum testosterone levels. On the seventh day, serum testosterone levels peaked to 145.7% of baseline, and then declined rapidly on the eighth day.7,8
Researchers believe testosterone declined on day eight from the negative feedback suppression of Leutinizing hormone secretion. Leutinizing hormone is essential for testosterone production, and LH determines free testosterone levels. Suppression of LH would decrease serum testosterone levels, returning them to baseline. The study determined that the frequency of sexual activity and ejaculation impacted testosterone levels.
By postponing ejaculation for seven days, testosterone levels spike. This testosterone spike is thought efficacious for muscle building and recovery.
Putting It All Together: A Hormone Protocol
Research is useful inasmuch as it can be applied to provide direction. Based on the latest scientific research on sexuality and sexual behaviour as it relates to physiological function, here is chronological sequence of action that best utilizes the findings of the research:
Because testosterone levels are minimized in the presence of elevated insulin levels, the pre-workout meal should consist of lipids and protein - both of which have negligible impacts on insulin levels.
Research demonstrates that testosterone levels rise as a response to sexual stimuli. Therefore, an athlete could benefit pre-workout by being exposed pre-workout to sexual stimuli. The athlete could then exercise with increased testosterone levels and aggression.
Post-workout, the athlete should consume a protein drink with flax oil or olive oil. Lipids facilitate the passive permeation of the cell wall by sex hormones.
One hour post-exercise, the athlete should achieve ejaculation. This will increase the natural level of killer cells, thus increasing immune-system function and enhancing recovery abilities. The increase in killer cells will prevent over-training.
You may also choose to postpone the achievement of ejaculation for seven days so as to maximize testosterone on a day of the athletes choosing - i.e. on the hardest training or competition day. If the athlete chooses this protocol, ejaculation should be achieved on the seventh day, post workout and according to the above protocol, so as to avoid the negative feedback suppression of LH demonstrated on day eight of abstinence.
Natural testosterone fluctuations can be manipulated only within the context of hormonally correct exercise and nutrition. If nutrition or exercise are inappropriate and if insulin and estrogen levels rise, testosterone, GH and IGF-1 will be adversely impacted and muscle growth inhibited.
Sexual activity is an integral part of human life.
Science is only now beginning to understand the impact of sexual activity on immune-response and hormone profile, but one thing is clear: sexual forces underlie all human behavior, and correctly manipulated sexual activity can improve physical health.
You can favorably affect your health and hormone profile by acting in accordance with the emerging science. By applying the recommended protocol, you can reap the benefits of enhanced immune-system response and elevated testosterone levels.
Exton MS, Bindert A, Kruger T, Scheller F, Hartmann U, Schedlowski M. Cardiovascular and endocrine alterations after masturbation-induced orgasm in women. Psychosom Med. 1999 May-Jun;61(3):280-9.
Haake P, Krueger TH, Goebel MU, Heberling KM, Hartmann U, Schedlowski M. Effects of sexual arousal on lymphocyte subset circulation and cytokine production in man. Neuroimmunomodulation. 2004;11(5):293-8.
Paredes RG, Agmo A. Has dopamine a physiological role in the control of sexual behavior? A critical review of the evidence. Prog Neurobiol. 2004 Jun;73(3):179-226.
Leitzmann MF, Platz EA, Stampfer MJ, Willett WC, Giovannucci E. Ejaculation frequency and subsequent risk of prostate cancer. JAMA. 2004 Apr 7;291(13):1578-86.
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Brody S. Slimness is associated with greater intercourse and lesser masturbation frequency. J Sex Marital Ther. 2004 Jul-Sep;30(4):251-61.
Jiang M. Periodic changes in serum testosterone levels after ejaculation in men. Sheng Li Xue Bao 2002 Dec 25;54(6):535-8
Jiang M, Xin J, Zou Q, Shen JW. A research on the relationship between ejaculation and serum testosterone level in men. J Zhejiang Univ Sci. 2003 Mar-Apr;4(2):236-40.
"The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance." - Socrates
05-04-2011, 02:01 AM
So.... only nut once a week? LOLResearchers found that abstaining from ejaculation for six days had no impact on serum testosterone levels. On the seventh day, serum testosterone levels peaked to 145.7% of baseline, and then declined rapidly on the eighth day.7,8
05-04-2011, 07:46 AM
Interesting paper Josh..
There's a few things we know:
First, testosterone IS NOT the major regulator of sex drive. It plays a part, but this part is secondary to dopamine and LH. In fact, the arousal you feel has very little to do with increasing test levels, and everything to do with rising dopamine.
Second, we also know the effects of testosterone are chronic, not acute. An increase in test prior to training is not going have any (physiological) impact on the training session. Its chronic elevated levels of testosterone that improve performance and recovery. In addition, the link between testosterone levels and aggression is questionable - testosterone also has significant modulating effects on serotonin levels.
So the method of action should be on achieving chronically elevated levels of testosterone - not a single spike followed by decline. And I think all the health benefits pointed in the above article by frequent ejaculation outweigh the single spike.
05-05-2011, 02:56 PM
Keeping on simple terms, i don't think this would work very well.
You might get a 10% increase in testosterone, but your cortisol levels would probably increase by a larger amount offsetting any positive effect.
It is stressful not busting a nut when you want to!
Anyway, your body will raise cortisol to spare you to action.
I think I read somewhere when I man even sees a picture of a hot women, his testosterone levels will rise slightly but his cortisol levels will rise even more.
05-05-2011, 09:58 PM
Well ive seen your videos on youtube and you are a beast. If I knew that you got that way by doing this..... I still probably wouldn't do it because I like to ejaculate
Suffer now.. and live like a champion later.
07-26-2011, 05:53 AM
07-26-2011, 09:34 AM
Interesting for us natural competitors, however; I don't think one day or so of raised test will make much of a difference. Who knows though, but the increased aggression will help to "kil it" in the gym son!
07-26-2011, 09:46 AM
07-26-2011, 09:54 AM
07-26-2011, 05:14 PM
The fluctuations in testosterone seen before/during/after sexual activity are not useful for bodybuilding. Neither is the fluctuation after working out. Just remember the dose of Testosterone needed to achieve minuscule gains and it is way higher than the body will ever produce on its own.
I will say this though, just thinking about tits and ass in the middle of my set always raises my aggression and in turn strength. It works every time for me to get extra reps in. I don't know why.
07-27-2011, 10:32 AM
07-29-2011, 08:14 PM
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