Testosterone checklist

I asked MM to consolidate his advice for raising testosterone from his two major posts on it:

  1. Ultimate Guide to Raising Your Testosterone
  2. Terrific Total Health Advice From Dr. Rhonda Patrick, Phd.

I’ve further consolidated this into a (sort of daily) lifestyle checklist with points assigned for how much I FEELZ each thing matters. Please do argue with me over what’s most important, and by how much.

Testosterone checklist

I’d like to follow this up with a similar checklist for serotonin, which is the father of the holy trinity of WINNING. One idea I haven’t seen elsewhere is to specifically beef up the muscles that straighten your posture and pull your shoulders back, which ought to trick your brain into releasing serotonin in the same way that smiling tricks it into releasing dopamine.

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24 Responses to Testosterone checklist

  1. bicebicebcie says:

    my boo boos:
    canned pineapple ( I need one slice for my broth)
    sugar (one 25cl-ish glass with my broth)
    SAUNA MASTER RACE when you live in the arctic for six months a year cold showers seems a bit redundant just saying.
    My shake is milk based no problem with that and i love cheese, cottage cheese however makes me bloaty so i don’t eat that.
    I don’t have organic mattress but i have organic silk pillow…

    Should do”s
    more deadlifts and especially squats

    future boons if IF:
    zinc magnesium combo

    superfoodspillspowders for breakfast, another pinch later in the day, shake after training and broth is the only meal i eat. Nothing to complain about body wise (as impartialised by womyn) and most important 100% focus throughout the day and NEVER feeling hungry or fatigue, unless such nonense is conjured by sapes and their sapery or melon antics.

    That list will become your routine/life and you never think about it, if that was not true it would be a burden and not work. Haven’t eaten fast food and sweets in almost three years now, in normie amounts that is.

    “One idea I haven’t seen elsewhere is to specifically beef up the muscles that straighten your posture and pull your shoulders back, which ought to trick your brain into releasing serotonin in the same way that smiling tricks it into releasing dopamine.”

    Very plausible. All fatcats wear suspenders for a reason, magic pantalons.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      >zinc magnesium combo

      Make sure you take the Vitamin D with the magnesium, or don’t take it. Don’t know why, but that’s what MM said and he’s like a magic melon medicine man or something.

      >Very plausible. All fatcats wear suspenders for a reason, magic pantalons.

      Hard truths.

  2. Ø says:

    Do you have a number/point amount that you shoot for?

  3. Gabriel Lorca says:

    Nice to see you guys are dating again.

  4. Xstamp says:

    >One idea I haven’t seen elsewhere is to specifically beef up the muscles that straighten your posture and pull your shoulders back

    What exercises are best for this? My posture is pretty bad

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      Off the top of my head: farmer’s walk, deadlift, delt fly, shrugs. But it would be good for someone knowledgeable about working out to do a properly autistic treatment of this question.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      Also, you should look into Alexander Technique.

    • bicebicebcie says:

      Theraflex machine
      a fat little old thailady who will bend your white pig body straight
      the german scoliosis excercise pdf/image which i can’t google for some reason ( have it on the computer cousin was ordained to use it 20 years ago)

      “that is not what I meant”. I know. But if it works it works, also a proper pair of shoes. Walking upright, now that is one of the greatest memes never sold. It is everything one would imagine it to be, can confirm.

    • Heaviside says:

      asanas

      • Gabriel Lorca says:

        Be careful with Nostril breathing the Normies will think you are snorting cocaine. <—-This is a troo thal story.

    • ST says:

      Properly autistic treatment, eh… we can manage that. ;)

      The critical question is *why* your posture is bad (e.g. strength/tension imbalance or just lack of use). What’re your current activity level and exercise history like? Past/current injuries?

      Since you’re talking about straightening your posture out and getting the shoulders open your best starting points are hip flexor (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bWQGIm9raw) and pec minor (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mPbEggRY_k) stretches. You can recreate the latter stretch by yourself by holding on with one hand in a doorframe and pulling yourself forward or by doing German hangs (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KaDOUeMY98) if you don’t have a (mad enough) workout partner.

      You need to be very conservative when starting out with this stuff. It’s normal for it to feel very uncomfortable, particularly if you’ve never stretched or done mobility work before, but you shouldn’t feel any sharp or stabbing pains and you must take the appropriate time to let the various tissues adapt. I’d read around first before throwing yourself into it and start by playing around with various movements and a low volume before building up. You can always go faster tomorrow.

      If you want lots of information about this, Kit Laughlin’s Stretch Therapy is a great resource (see https://stretchtherapy.net/techniques-in-stretch-therapy/ for a quick overview of the techniques). His mastery programs on Vimeo are excellent and there is a wealth of free material on his Youtube (see above) to get you started.

  5. Patrick says:

    Things to add to this list: InfraRed Sauna or direct sun and heat, Glucathione and Chlorrophyl. Chlorella is a great supplement because it has iron, copper, bioavailable DNA and RNA, chlorophyll, lots of Vitamin D, turmeric and Glucathione.

    Cardio is good but you need the deep tissue clean to keep the weight down and stop the shit in your body interfering with your endocrine system and you need to chlorophyll to support the deep tissue and blood clean. Turmeric will also decrease inflammation which decreases cortisol.

    • Patrick says:

      I use a marine collagen supplement as well, which again supports the body’s autophagy of fucked up tissue. Also fasting is always brilliant for growth hormone levels.

    • grey says:

      Don’t take oral glutathione, it has almost no bioavailibility (unless you get an IV). Take NAC instead (N Acetyl Cysteine) which is its precursor. In some people it alleviates depressive symptoms and can also works great to avoid hangovers if you take it before drinking heavily (especially in concert with a B Vit complex and aspirin, don’t take the NAC after you start drinking or it can increase liver damage).

      Vit D, as mentioned is important but if you don’t take Vitamin K with it it can cause hypercalcemia (too much calcium in the bloodstream). Vit K in concert with Vit D helps the body get that calcium where it belongs, in the bones not the blood. Also, many Vit D supps I have seen use soybean oil as the carrier. Fuck that, look for the higher quality ones that use extra virgin olive oil instead.

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