Take a Chelated Zinc to “increase” testosterone.
When we are deficient in zinc (and unless you’re supplementing it, you are) free floating testosterone binds to Sex Binding Globuline Hormone (SBGH) and becomes unavailable for use. In a blood test to score test levels, this testosterone will show normal levels even though it is not usable. Zinc helps unbind the SBGH and test and therefore “increases” your testosterone levels. But be aware, for a supplement to work, it must be in a form easily absorbed by the small intestine. Most zinc supplements are zinc oxide, a form of zinc not easily absorbed by the gut. Be sure the zinc you take has a “last name” that ends in ate, i.e., oratate or asparate. Read more about zinc here and here.[/box_content] [/box]
Back Squats 7s x 10r (4,0,X,0) 90 seconds rest
Weighted Back Extension 5s x max reps (4,0,X,0) 60 seconds rest
Break up into sets as needed:
50 Sit-ups (on floor)
50 Ab Roll Outs