How Do You Boost Testosterone? Fix The Root

In my previous blog, I promised to help transform your mind and body to feel superhuman — this includes your testosterone. Yup, you heard that right. So how do you boost testosterone?


“The battles that count aren’t the ones for gold medals. The struggles within yourself… the invisible, inevitable battles inside all of us… that’s where it’s at.” – Jesse Owens

While this next chapter may not directly affect the transformation of your biceps, triceps or abs, it will indirectly affect the outcome of every muscle in your body. Essentially, this is all about the master and captain who are guiding your ship and will determine whether or not you find your treasure of superhuman power.  

Now can you guess who the master and captain are?  

These powerful individuals guide your every move, determine your results (or lack thereof) and represent your beliefs that reside in your mind. This is the most crucial power source of all, which could either lead you into a pack of pirates or to your island full of treasure, so stay focused here. 

Remember how I mentioned earlier in “The Comfort Zone” how most people who try a new diet or exercise program fail? Well, this is your golden opportunity to beat the odds and end up on that 10% side of the scale instead of the 90% who die with loads of regrets. 

I like to think of the reason why most people fail at instituting a new regimen into their life is similar to the challenge of killing a weed. If you simply hack off the branches and everything above the ground, the roots will remain intact and eventually grow back. Yo-yo diets are a perfect example of this phenomenon.  

We mentioned the show the Biggest Loser but for every loser on that show, we can guesstimate that at least 100,000 other people also lost the battle of the bulge.  

My client Greg really wanted to lose weight, boost his testosterone and find a wife, but each time he tried a new diet and exercise program he lost some weight but eventually, a few months or a few years later, he gained it all back. But why does this happen so frequently?

As martial arts master Bruce Lee once famously declared:

“As you think so shall you be”

If you’ve been through my groundbreaking training The Winner’s Mindset you’ll have learned that the only way to solve any problem is to address the root, which represents your belief about something. This has now been scientifically proven and documented by therapists like the founder of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Dr. Aaron T Beck and confirmed over thousands of years by Sages like Buddha, Jesus and Socrates.    

For example, if you believe Strength Training is boring and painful you probably won’t ever go to the gym. Or if you believe yoga is really just for women and you’re not limber enough to do it you probably won’t commit long enough to make it a lifetime habit. Or if you believe that HIIT is too exhausting and only for top athletes you most likely will never start.  

But if you believed that Strength Training, Yoga and HIIT are a celebration of what your body can do and makes you feel superhuman, you’ll look forward to working out and you’ll get addicted to it (in a good way).   

To better understand this I’ve created a model by which all results are created called the Circle of Results Model and here is how it works.

As you can see from the Circle of Results Model diagram:

Beliefs => Thoughts

Thoughts => Emotions

Emotions => Actions

Actions => Results

Results => Reinforce Beliefs

Think about that circle of results for a second.  Each time you think, “it’s too painful,” it actually creates an emotion of fear, which leads to inaction. As a consequence of inaction, your result leaves you stuck with the same weak and powerless body, which then reinforces your disempowered belief and gets hard-wired into your brain – it’s too painful! And the more you do this, the more difficult it is to undo or rewire this belief. 

If you’ve read any of my previous books you most likely remember this statement: “Neurons that fire together wire together,” which was also made famous by Dr. Joe Dispenza, a neuroscientist in the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know.”

This is how your brain works. Your neurons in your brain are the wires that connect associated memories with experiences you’ve had in the past, which then create your beliefs. So if you believe every time you go work out you’ll just feel pain (because you did, in fact, feel pain or soreness several times) then your brain will fire off the association wires of “working out” equals “pain” and strengthen its bond. This is the main reason why people fail to stick to diets and exercise programs.  

Fortunately, by changing your beliefs we can break the negative chain reaction and create an entirely different result – superhuman strength!

If you have any doubts about the ability to grow new brain cells and rewire your brain, consider the following scientific study.

In 1998, the journal Nature Medicine published a report indicating that neurogenesis, the growth of new brain cells, does indeed occur in humans. This monumental discovery overturned generations of conventional wisdom in neuroscience. 

Basically, your brain is not limited to the neurons from your childhood and their associated beliefs and by changing your beliefs you can rewire your brain to create superhuman strength.  

Now can you guess what else rewires your brain? Hint: It’s all about the Triad of Superhuman Strength. Let me explain.

Essentially, neurogenesis is controlled by your DNA (specific gene codes for the production of a protein called BDNF or brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which plays a key role in creating new neurons. Interestingly enough, studies reveal decreased BDNF in Alzheimer’s patients, as well as in a variety of neurological conditions including epilepsy, depression, schizophrenia and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Fortunately, many of the factors that influence our DNA to produce BDNF are under our direct control and the gene that turns on BDNF is activated by physical exercise, caloric restriction, curcumin and the omega-3 fat DHA, all of which are included in the Fired Up and The Power Diet programs.

In fact, laboratory rats that exercise have been shown to produce far more BDNF in their brains compared to sedentary animals. And there is a direct relationship between elevation of BDNF levels in these animals and their ability to learn, as one might expect.

With this understanding of the relationship between BDNF and exercise, researchers also found that elderly individuals engaged in regular physical exercise for a 24-week period had an improvement of an astounding 1,800 percent on measures of memory, language ability, attention and other important cognitive functions compared to an age-matched group not involved in the exercise program.

The mechanism by which exercise enhances brain performance is described in these and other studies as directly related to increased production of BDNF, which brings us back to the goal of this training.  

By simply engaging in regular physical exercise using the synergy of yoga, HIIT and strength training, you’ll not only become strong, powerful and confident, but your mind will become quick, agile and efficient, which in turn (remember the Circle of Results?) allows you to manifest your most sought after desires.

To learn more about identifying the root cause and being able to address this, I suggest checking out the video course here:

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