My last blog talked about the benefits of sun on your nuts and while a 200% boost in testosterone sounds spectacular after a little naked sunbathing, what if getting naked outdoors isn't as easy for you as you'd like? Good news, there are plenty of other ways to help keep your balls (that is where testosterone is primarily made) working hard for you.
Chances are you've seen a ton of HRT (hormone replacement therapy) or TRT (testosterone replacement therapy) ads on social media and all over, but why are we so obsessed with testosterone? The male sex hormone regulates sperm production, muscle mass, fat distribution, and even mood. Since testosterone is as essential hormone, low levels can lead to an abundance of distressing symptoms and effects on the body, from reduced sex drive to increased risk of heart disease. What you maybe didn't know, is that test levels start to decline in our late twenties and continue to drop well into our golden years.
Why is everyone talking about it, and why would you want optimal levels?
While the reasons abound, here are my top five.
1) MORE ENERGY. These vital cells provide oxygen to the body and help to convert fat and carbohydrates into energy. As a result, men with low testosterone tend to experience extreme mental and physical fatigue
2) BETTER SEX. Low testosterone levels can wreak havoc on a man’s sexual health, leading to reduced desire and erectile dysfunction.
3) MORE MUSCLE. One study measuring the effect of testosterone on strength, found that muscle mass increased by an average of 20% in all nine test subjects after receiving doses of the male hormone. When combined with the right diet and exercise, you can expect even more gains.
5) LESS FAT. Research shows that those who received TRT experienced a lower BMI and overall waist circumference than those who did not. This is likely due to the fact that men with increased muscle mass and tissue burn more calories, even at rest.
Sounds amazing right? SIGN ME UP. The best news is, there are some simple and effective ways to ensure your own testosterone levels are always at their most optimal.
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If you're a nudist or have spent any time naked outdoors, you know this one little thing to be true...getting naked outdoors often makes you horny as hell. Yes, the thrill of being outside au naturel has something to do with it, but there is some science involved too. In fact, studies on the effects of light on the testes go way back to 1939, when researchers exposed various parts of men's bodies to UV light. They found that men’s testosterone levels went up by 120% when the participants’ chests were exposed to UV light, and they went up by 200% with UV exposure to the genital area. Two hundred percent!
Grounding, also called earthing, is a therapeutic technique that involves doing activities that “ground” or electrically reconnect you to the earth. This practice relies on earthing science and grounding physics to explain how electrical charges from the earth can have positive effects on your body. Obviously, being barefoot is essential to this practice.
How are those two things related?
I can guess that you probably aren't doing either activity currently, or at least not often enough. As your Naked Trainer, I think you should be.
I have spent my whole life teaching others how to move and take care of their bodies, but I always felt something was missing. Traditional mainstream fitness eschews practices like above, and instead aims to sell you pre-workout drinks, overpriced shoes and expensive gym memberships. As a lifelong nudist myself, I have personally seen the benefits of being naked and barefoot in nature first hand. I sleep better, my dick is harder, and I feel most like my authentic self after an afternoon naked and barefoot in nature. Knowing all this has led me on the journey of getting more men out of the gym, and out in nature sunning their nuts.
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