As men age, they may find that they aren’t as fit as they used to be. This can be due to a number of factors, including the natural aging process and changes in lifestyle. If you’re looking to get back into shape, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) can be a big help. Here’s a guide to getting fit with TRT. To start with, TRT can help improve your energy levels and motivation. When you have more energy, you’ll find it easier to get up and move, which will help you lose weight and tone up your body. TRT can also help boost your libido, making it easier to stay motivated in the bedroom.
Here is how men over 40 can keep up with their shape.
Start with 3 Bs of the Workout for TRT Fitness after 40In this section, we look at the 3 basic components of your fitness workout template, which I like to call The 3 Bs. These are:
- Bend for flexibility and mobility (Bend Workouts)
- Build for strength-training (Build Workouts)
- Breathe for Cardio and conditioning (Breathe Workouts)
How TRT helps men with fitnessTRT has a lot of benefits for men. In fact, lots of fitness experts and bodybuilders have begun incorporating it as part of their daily workouts. Here’s how TRT works with fitness: Testosterone is the primary muscle-building hormone in men. During weight training, testosterone helps your muscles produce more protein, which promotes muscle growth and strength. Your body produces testosterone naturally. However, as you get older, your levels start to drop off. That’s when you might need some help from TRT to keep on building muscles and growing stronger. Low testosterone levels can make men feel tired or low in energy all the time. Fitness trainers say lack of energy often keeps their clients from following a workout routine consistently. When they start using a fitness regime with TRT, they have more energy and stamina throughout the day — so they can build up the motivation to go to the gym regularly and keep working out hard at every session! With TRT therapy, lots of guys can lose weight more easily because it boosts metabolism — which makes it easier for your body to burn fat! What’s more, when your testosterone levels are lower than normal, you may also experience a decreased sex drive (which makes getting fit feel less rewarding).
Older athletes should use functional movements during cardio and breathing sessions.To be at the top of your game and get the most out of your body, you need to train like an athlete. And that means doing more than just lifting weights. It also means using functional movements and breathing exercises to improve your cardiovascular health, increase your strength, and support your testosterone levels. Functional movements are any exercise that requires multiple muscles to work in unison (for example, a squat with an overhead press). These exercises have been shown to increase physical performance in athletes faster than traditionally isolated lifts (like bench presses or leg curls) because they train the body how it moves in real life. Try these two functional movements during cardio sessions:
- The Clean & Press
- The Broad Jump & Sprint
A balanced diet and goal setting for fitnessFor those of you who are doing TRT and need to get in shape, you need to first set your goals and decide what you want to achieve. It has been proven that setting a goal is one of the most important aspects of any fitness program. Setting several small goals is much more motivating than looking at the big picture right away. Some examples:
- Join a gym or buy some equipment for home workouts;
- Work out 3 times a week for 4 weeks;
- Do cardio for 30 minutes each day for 4 weeks;
- Lose 1 inch around your waist in 4 weeks;
- Lift weights 2 times per week for 4 weeks