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Improve Every Aspect of Your Game Through Testosterone Optimization

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Note from Chase: this is a guest post from Ben Harrison of Eat, Sleep, Grow, Repeat. Ben's article is on how to optimize your testosterone levels and shoot your results with women through the roof. Here's Ben...

Your outer-game is incredible? Your fashion sense is dialed in and your openers are eloquent creations of mastery? Everywhere you walk you leave a wake of construction; the construction of a social lifestyle that attracts a consistent stream of attractive women into your life.

How about your inner-reality, or what you may be familiar with as inner-game? You're internal reality is perhaps a veritable landscape of quality and vision seen only here before via the works of Lorenzo Gian Bernini, or perhaps you see it as more of a fantastical baroque mosaic creation à la Genoese Giovanni Battista Gaulli. You consider your inner game to be on point.


On the other hand, perhaps you are newly immersing yourself into a social lifestyle. The technicalities and models of inner and outer game are perchance yet ambiguous terrain for you.

Whichever camp you reside in, there is something even more innate and internal which will optimize every aspect of your game; a mechanism within our very cells which may greatly enhance confidence, banish approach anxiety, and also fear of ambiguous escalation windows; a chemical balance of body and mind that provides the burning desire to persist and succeed in ones outcomes when dealing with the gauntlet of challenges that social interactions provide. Above all else, it should be recognized that it is possible to greatly proliferate your motivation to take action and your intrinsic desire to succeed in all areas of life.

Chase AmanteAbout the Author: Chase Amante

Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone. So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating. After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website. He will teach you everything he knows about girls in one single program in his One Date System.



Anonymous's picture

This is an interesting article which brings up an important topic for any self-improving man, their biology, it reminds me of a book about testosteron which I read some time ago and I cannot recommend it enough. It's very well written, interesting, practical and goes thoroughly through the subject.

"Testosterone I/O Program" or
"TestShock" by Christopher Walker

FPT's picture

In this journal - - I tried my own hand at testosterone optimization and it was pretty awesome. Never felt better in my life, I have my own research also which coincides with the ones in this article. Heavily recommend it, also NO alcohol. That's what killed me.

Farhan's picture

Yeah I agree. Also it is ideal to cut out masturbation, porn etc. Also not too much coffee. It is likely these two can cause a decrease in testosterone production. Exercise at least half an hour a day works too. There is also another article on GC that claims that winning more correlates with higher testosterone levels.

a-jay7's picture

Not an article out of the ordinary. Imho these kind of articles should be common knowledge to every person out there. Not that I follow these tips strictly every single day, but I strive to whenever possible because it keeps me in balance. With that said, these articles are always a good reminder of aspects of your everyday life you might have otherwise forgotten.

One question to "avoidance of bright iPod, phone, TV, or computer screens for an hour before bed. Your brain registers a bright screen as sunlight and so this interrupts your natural circadian rhythm and thus your sleep." What about lamps, e.g. if you want to read a book before sleeping? How would the brain react to light from a lamp?


radeng's picture

A-jay its mainly screens you need to avoid because they emit a lot of blue spectrum light which is what your body and eyes recognize as Day Time light. Lamps emit more red spectrum light which your body won't really register as "Wake up." That being said, pitch black is the best way to ensure the deepest sleep so don't fall asleep with the lamp on. I have heard that reading books before bed is actually beneficial to sleep just not electronic screens so it sounds like you are good to go!

Anonymous's picture

Testosterone also naturally spikes after seven days from your last ejaculation so if you can hold out on masturbating, it gives you that benefit as well.

Wout's picture

These also do wonders, I take them every morning:
Tribulus Terrestris
Tongkat Ali
Anything with good cholesterol (Raw cheese, eggs)
Whey protein also spikes testosterone, I take it every 4 hours but that's also because I lift weight

Avoid carbs (I only take them after training), plastic, stress and toxic compounds

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