💪How Many Days A Week Should I Workout For Maximum Testosterone Levels? – by Dr Sam Robbins

How to instantly increases testosterone, naturally – without side-effects:
👉👉 http://drsam.co/yt/SuperchargeTestosterone

Or watch this video to increase your testosterone levels naturally:

💪How Many Days A Week Should I Workout For Maximum Testosterone Levels?
A few months ago I made a really popular video called “4 Clinically Proven Ways To Increase Your Testosterone Levels, Naturally”

In that video, one of the things I discussed was the best way to increase your testosterone levels based on the type of workouts you do. You can watch that video after you watch this one – I’ve put a link below in the description area.

But to get to the point, I mentioned you should NOT do cardio, you should lift weights and do so only 3-4x weekly – never more.

Now, one question I got asked repeatedly was, “what if I workout 5-6x weekly, but just do one bodypart every time. Will this still increase my testosterone or will it lower it?”

This is a good question and on paper, you would assume it works out the same. You can do your entire body in 3 workouts or 6 workouts – who cares, right?

Well, over and over again I’ve tested this theory on myself… as well as so many of my other athletes. And the fact is that working out with weights almost every day (5-6x weekly) actually causes a decrease in testosterone because it increased cortisol – your stress hormone.

And as cortisol goes up, testosterone goes down.

And all of this has to do with recovery.

Your muscles can recover very quickly – usually in about 48 hours.

Your joints, tendons and ligaments take longer to recover … typically about 4-5 days or longer.

And this because your muscles have better blood flow than your tendons.

However, your nervous system (CNS) takes the LONGEST to recover – a week or longer.

Thus, working out daily can be fine for your muscles, but NOT for your nervous system (CNS)

So even though your bicep might be resting the entire week, your CNS never rests because it’s going to the gym daily and getting worn out.

Do this for a few weeks and slowly you overtrain, lose strength, your cortisol goes up and testosterone comes down.

Plus, when you’re only working out ONE body part at a time, you tend to push more and harder. Again, that’s fine for the muscle, but NOT for the CNS.

However, if you want to workout more, you have a couple of options

You workout 5-6x weekly, but do so for 2 weeks and then the 3rd week, do less by going only 3x weekly for a week. So more volume for 2 weeks, then lower volume for 1 week to allow your CNS to recover.
Make sure you take supplements to increase your testosterone, while decreasing your stress hormones. Now you can do more and still protect your testosterone. This is how steroids work.


Thank you for watching. Please feel free to comment, like or share with your friends.

Subscribe to Dr.Sam Robbins’s official Youtube channel

Like us on Facebook


Leave a Reply