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    bodyweight workouts,testosterone and growth hormone

    I want to ask if with bodyweight workouts we can increase growth hormone and maybe testosterone levels.
    I found that HIIT and sprints can do that,also I found this link that writes that "short burst, high-intensity type exercises" (maybe included bodyweight workouts also?) have the benefit of Increased production of human growth hormone (HGH)

    #2
    If you meant to ask if training can help you grow longer, the answer is no. It doesn't mater what kind of training you do, you won't grow another centimetre/inch more then nature wanted you to be. As HIIT and Sprints are forms of bodyweight training the answer to your question is yes. If there are other training forms with this effect I don't know.

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      #3
      I am talking about growth hormone levels.With HIIT and sprints as I found some informations,we can have higher levels (for some time) of this hormone.

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        #4
        Avatar I don't know about HGH, but bodyweight excercises and compound movements produce a lot of testosterone, especially when they are performed at a high volume

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          #5
          Most exercise does increase testosterone and HGH levels but only for a relatively short time period. Some do it better than others (I've read a study that showed comparisons but I'd be hard pressed to find it again but you might be able to google it) but honestly in the large scale time of things it doesn't make much of a difference. The production peaks and drops back down to normal really quickly without outside chemical help.

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            #6
            I found this article but it is in Greek.It says that we need anaerobic exercise sprints,intense workouts with weights.
            So I think that bodyweight workouts can increase HGH, being intence.

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              #7
              The more muscles you engage during your workout the greatest hormonal response will be. That is why it is recommended for beginners to do full body workouts with compound exercises.

              Heavy Duty is a good workout to boost you testosterone level:



              If you are doing split training, never skip legs day since it is here that the biggest hormonal response occurs.

              Good sleep and nutrition are the best way for the GH. This video will help you to understand how it works.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Mr. Octopus View Post
                The more muscles you engage during your workout the greatest hormonal response will be. That is why it is recommended for beginners to do full body workouts with compound exercises.

                Heavy Duty is a good workout to boost you testosterone level:
                I started this week this workout (with kettlebels )following the moto "engage many muscles at every exercise" ,also I notice that at pinterest there a simple lift with the hands at the third exercise and at the bellow link a "dead lift"
                https://darebee.com/workouts/bagit-workout.html

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                  #9
                  The HGH and test levels go up during anaerobic exercise which is ATP-PC energy cycle system.... hormone levels in general are best optimized by diet and sleep. However, fun fact the more you work out the more conditioned your body becomes to stress levels and responses the less HGH you will produce over time. Which is not all that bad considering you want balanced hormones not excess of one or another. that causes real problems. In one rat model study very high levels of HGH increased performance by X amount it was impressive ..However, the bad side is it also decreased life span by I want to say 25% or more which is very significant. Anyways best of luck to you Balance is key

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                    #10
                    NO Face I know about anaerobic exercise and HGH levels relation, sprints and intense workouts with weights (as this at my previous post) are good.
                    I found the bellow workout and I will try to do as fast as possible the high knees as doing sprints,I did it today and it was very intense
                    https://darebee.com/workouts/bat-workout.html

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                      #11
                      For a start, it will be enough to train with your bodyweight if you are a beginner, but then, when your body gets used to the load, you will need to add some weight. In fact, the most important here is that a person needs motivation and a desire to achieve something, and only after that, he will succeed. When I started losing weight I weighed 120 kg, now I weigh 75 kg, and I am very proud of myself. I was helped by the gym where I trained, proper nutrition. Now I want better results so I want to start really to gain muscle mass. I read some Docarzt articles by Nicholas https://www.docarzt.com and there is written about some pills that make your testosterone go up. Maybe it will help me.

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                        #12
                        If you want to increase testosterone levels in your body, you should focus on getting healthy sleep, eating, and exercising first to help your body produce more testosterone. I didn't understand what was happening to my health and my brother advised me to try to get tested to find out the results. I read a lot of reviews and bought tests from https://www.myhealthconfirm.com/prod...vitality-plus/. This is a kit for quick testing of all vital tests and I went to the doctor with these results and got great advice!

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