A lot of people believe that testosterone causes heart attacks, and that they need to spend hours in the gym to have a great physique. How have some doctors and practitioners managed to show the fallacies of these ideas? What are the keys to staying dialed-in as you get older? On this episode, Dennis Mangan is back to talk about TOT and health for men in their 50s and older.
For both men and women, muscularity and low body fat are associated with good health. -Dennis Mangan
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At the start, Dennis shared why it’s so important to make necessary lifestyle changes before you go on TOT. Next, we talked about how testosterone keeps your coronary risk factors in check, and how it reduces inflammation. We also discussed why you don’t need to be in the gym for hours to look good, and why women should lift weights. We also spoke about:
- The effects of AIs on long-term mineral bone density
- The difference between resistance training and aerobic training
- The negative effects of veganism
There is no magic bullet to longevity and age management. It comes down to living an insulin-controlled lifestyle, optimizing testosterone, maintaining a low-carb diet and intentional, focused training. Therapeutic testosterone is a huge part of reducing the risk of heart attacks and keeping you healthy overall, but the very first thing that needs to be done is getting your lifestyle dialed-in. Guest Bio Dennis Mangan is the author of Dumping Iron and the founder of Rogue Health & Fitness, where he educates others on natural means of rehabbing their bodies and creating the body of their dreams. Click here to get the book Dumping Iron on Amazon. Go to http://roguehealthandfitness.com/ for more information or follow him on Twitter @Mangan150. To pick up the current Amazon best seller, The TOT Bible, CLICK HERE! To Get YOUR FREE PAPERBACK COPY of The Metabolic Blowtorch Diet, CLICK HERE!
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