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Are You Optimizing Your HGH For Health And Performance?

Are You Optimizing Your HGH For Health And Performance?

  1. Are you familiar with all the purposes of HGH? 
  2. Are you living a lifestyle to optimize your body’s natural production of HGH? 
  3. Do you fear that your HGH levels are diminishing as you age? 
  4. Are you training your body to optimally produce HGH?

So check this out…Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is a vital hormone produced in your pituitary gland. HGH plays a key role in growth (obviously), but it is also vital in determining your overall body composition, cell repair, and your metabolism.

With that being said much of the reason strong athletes are strong is because they produce an optimal range of HGH due to their training and lifestyle. Today I want to cover this along with giving you the tools to supercharge your body’s natural production of HGH.

How To Maximize The Natural Production Of Your HGH 

Naturally as you age the production of your HGH levels will gradually start to slow and diminish. Lower HGH can cause a lot of problems in your body.

Good HGH levels boost your muscle growth, increases your exercise performance, and helps you to recover faster from injury and disease. Low levels negatively impact your quality of life, increase your risk of disease, and make you gain more bodyfat.

This is typical, but it doesn’t have to be final. Of course some of the best ways to combat the decline of HGH lies in what you do in your training and lifestyle.

Of course if you’re a regular reader here and part of the BRF tribe then you are already big on learning about living a stronger lifestyle. So what are some things you can do to optimize the natural production of your body’s HGH?

Never fear because I’m going to lay out a few tactics for you to implement here…

Lose bodyfat: Much of the research around this shows that excess bodyfat can negatively affect HGH levels, particularly in men. However, this also shows that the loss of excess bodyfat will restore HGH levels back to normal levels in both sexes.

Fast intermittently: Yes, it has been shown that within 3 days of a fast that HGH levels have spiked as much as 300%. This is pretty phenomenal.

Reduce sugar intake: Increases in your insulin will lower your HGH. Refined carbs and sugar will raise your insulin, therefore lowering your intake may simply raise HGH levels.

Train at a high intensity: 

Of course exercise is one of the most effective ways to raise your growth hormone levels. 

Though strength training and other forms of exercise are beneficial the most impactful seem to be the application of HIIT, or more intense exercises in general.

Intense strength training, HIIT, and exercise that will increase lactic acid tend to show the greatest spike in HGH levels.

Supplementation: 

Certain supplements have been shown to spike levels and aside from actual hormone replacement there have been some supplements to show short spikes in HGH levels.

However smart supplementation combined with the exercise component have been shown to slow the decline of HGH while maintaining higher levels of HGH over time.

HGH: The Takeaway

In order to stimulate your body’s production of HGH you need to optimize your habits. You need to implement a consistent plan of action along with giving your body what it needs to thrive. Age will only catch up if you allow it to catch up.

Which one of these tactics have you neglected in your lifestyle and training? 

Do you feel that your HGH is in decline? 

Post up a question, or comment below in the comment section. 

One such supplement to help with the slowdown and to promote the body’s natural production of it’s own HGH is Symbiotropin.

You can find this ingredient in the patented formula of Reliv’s ReversAge powder.

There’s only one ReversAge made and you can get yours right here.

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Brandon

I'm a Certified Strength And Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and author. I have had over 17 years experience in MMA fitness, strength and conditoning, and athletic performance for most every sport. As an author and specialist I've written close to a million words on fitness and strength. I'm also a Muay Thai practictioner and enjoy helping others to reach their peak potential through fitness and performance.

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