Testosterone Sprinting To Raise T Levels
Testosterone Sprinting To Raise T Levels

Whether it's lean six pack abs or bulging biceps 100m sprinters and track sprint cyclists
have it.

Most guys would give their right arm for the sprinter's physique.

How do they get that physique, is it just burning calories?

This info graphic might change the way you think about running.

Add this to your life to see gains in your physique.

You can do this type of training by itself or as part of a circuit,
You can do it for running or cycling and some weight training as well.

If you’re don't normally do high intensity than start small and increase intensity as you progress.

You can add sprints on to your current training program and testosterone levels will remain elevated after the workout.

Your sprint workouts could be running or cycling, but it has got to be intense and short intervals.
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