Power Test Workout

What’s the fastest way to boost testosterone naturally? Here’s a secret – it’s not in a pill. It’s something we preach a lot on our site and that is lifting heavy weights.

Heavy weight training triggers your body to release more testosterone. Using compound exercises work in conjunction with this concept. The goal is to engage in maximum output.

Power Test Workout Program

Here’s a workout schedule we’re calling our ‘Power Test Workout.’ This is somewhat of a mixture between bodybuilding and powerlifting.

Mon – Chest and Biceps

Bench Press: 5 x 5
Incline Press: 4 x 6-8
Dumbbell Press: 4 x 6-8
Barbell Curls: 3 x 6-8
Hammer Curls: 3 x 8-10

Tues – Legs

Squats: 5 x 6-10
Leg Press: 4 x 8-12
Hack Squats: 4 x 8-12
Stiff-Leg Dead Lifts: 4 x 10
Leg Extensions: 3 x 12
Leg Curls: 3 x 12

Wed – Rest

Optional cardio, calves, & core work

Thurs – Back

Deadlifts: 5 x 5
Bent Over Rows: 4 x 6-8
Lat Pulldowns: 3 x 8
Dumbbell Rows: 3 x 8
Seated Rows: 3 x 8

Fri – Shoulders and Triceps

Seated Shoulder Press: 4 x 6-8
Dumbbell Press: 4 x 8
Lateral Raises: 4 x 8
Skull Crushers: 4 x 8-10
Weighted Dips: 4 x 8-10

Sat & Sun – Rest

Optional cardio, calves, & core work

Compound Exercises

This workout consists of a lot of basic, compound movements. Exercises like bench press, squats, and deadlifts are a sure way to raise test levels and gain some serious muscle.

When you’re training heavy you need adequate rest time. That’s why there are three rest days. You can do some extra light work like calves or core training (abs). It’s also a good idea to integrate cardiovascular workouts several times a week.

Use this workout as a guide. You can alter the exercises as you see fit. Remember, the key is sticking with exercises that will optimize your hormonal output by overloading the muscles. There’s only one way to do that: lifting heavy weights.