« on: January 31, 2020, 10:17:20 am »
I had my first a couple of weeks ago. Put coconut oil on it, virtually gone in a couple of days
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..."I was receiving hard erections after training"
I would definitely speak to a police officer about this, and change gym.
Go easy. We could all misuse a language that's not our native tongue.
I havenít lifted weights in about 3 weeks no gym at all
In this transition I also stopped drinking coffee or any other stimulants
But hereís the weird thing
After the 2 week mark my libido has come back with a vengeance. Erections through out the night every night and morning wood is there. I even orgasm last night in my sleep with no wet dream the orgasm woke me up it was a really intense orgasm. Havenít had one of those in years.
My mind feels more clear more rested as my body feels amazing a calmness I havenít felt in years. . My mind to penis arousal connection feels better just by the thought of sexual thoughts I get an erection.
The weight lifting and 7 hours of sleep were probably affecting me negatively?
I am getting now 10 hours of sleep every day and to be honest if I keep feeling like this I am going to quit the gym. I would give anything to keep feeling like this or better. Wow
I never thought this change could have made me feel like this? I am puzzled as to why?
I was maybe raising too much cortisol with coffee intake combined with weight lifting?
I was only drinking 2 cups of coffee daily. One in the morning and one as my pre work out. And I donít miss it one bit for the fact that I am back feeling great and energized without the help of coffee every morning.
Not too surprising
There has been some research into stimulates and the negative impact on our endocrine functions.
Also, as others have said - Overtraining is easier than you realize.
I've found that heavy heavy lifting 2-3 times per week may be sufficient to optimize testosterone. levels.
Stimulants can be problematic if abused, I can agree with that. However, I am going to respectfully disagree about over training. I think it is much harder to "over train" than most men think. If you are older (45+) and you train to exhaustion every day and do not get adequate rest and/or food you can have some issues but then it isn't actually over training that is the problem, it's recovery. You also need to stay hydrated, not just water but sodium, potassium etc are necessary. I think everyone should train hard, both cardio and resistance training several times a week, especially if you are having symptoms of low T. I know this may sound rude but I have serious doubts that many if anyone on this thread is actually over training. You are more likely to not be getting the right nutrition and/or enough quality sleep. You are supposed to be tired and sore after a good session and in those situations, especially if you are older or not accustom to vigorous exercise, your libido and EQ are going to wane. My advice is to keep hitting the gym hard and get sweaty AF, eat more food and make sure it is quality fuel with plenty of carbs and protein and get your micro nutrients, get to bed at a decent hour (you need 7-9 hours of uninterpreted sleep EVERY night) and drink plenty of fluids. start slow and add some here and there.
I agree with you that we have to train, but during the summer I started training 5 days in the week, each training 1:30 hours. Then something crashed in me. 10 years ago, while training I was receiving hard erections after training, now NOT. Hormonal levels are above the average of the range, but there might be decrease. I haven't tested myself, but I could have lowered my TT levels due to the overtraining. I am 5 days off and morning erections are coming back, not so reliable, but they appear. Will update you later. FOR ME, the body can't respond to the needed TT for the increase of the muscle mass, that's why we suffer. Will see if the body will recover..... If yes, I will continue training, but no more than 30 mins per training and no more than 2-3 times in the week.
So i been on clomid now and feel way better than being on trt. I cant figure out why i feel so bad on trt