Lose Fat and Gain Muscle NOW: Get Fit with -or- without the Gym

Author: AlphaMD

In this video, we're going to talk about how you can lose fat and gain muscle without even stepping into a gym. TRT, or testosterone replacement therapy, is a cutting edge testosterone therapy that's changing the way people look and feel.

Studies show that just by maintaining your lifestyle, the average man gains 10ibs of muscle and loses 2ibs of fat after being on TRT for 12 months. However, adding just 3 days of resistance training to TRT can cause men to gain up to 13ibs of muscle in just 10 weeks. So if you're looking to make big changes in your body, then TRT is the treatment for you!


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Garrett Soames: Hi there. I'm Garrett with AlphaMD, and I'm here today to talk to you about TRT and Physique. How does testosterone work well in your body, it increases protein synthesis. So increases protein, uptake in the muscles and the tendons and the bones. And in addition to that, obviously, it has other benefits like improved sleep. And so, all these things obviously can improve your body, you can improve the way you feel about yourself and improve your workouts. If you are someone who's overweight and you've never worked out before or maybe you're aging and you find that your workouts aren't as effective as it used to be In reality, you may be experiencing these problems due to low testosterone.

Garrett Soames: but what we know now is that by taking you from a low testosterone state, to a normal or high testosterone state will improve your workouts, it'll improve your recoveries. It will improve your muscle mass and it will help you lose weight. So, Forgetting workouts, Just taking TRT studies have proven that within a 12 month, period, just starting TRT the average. Man will put on approximately 10 pounds of muscle and lose two pounds of Barring any workout. So, those are pretty drastic changes putting on 10 pounds of muscle to just sit on the couch and do nothing.

Garrett Soames: But what we've also found in studies is that if you were to pair that TRT now, with just three days of resistance training, those men were found to gain 13 pounds of muscle in only 10 weeks. So in two and a half months, if you do both resistance training and TRT, you're going to put on 13 pounds of muscle in just a two and a half months again, a lot of people, it takes years and years to put on that kind of muscle. And so, These changes in your fat mass, your lean body mass and your muscle strength. Typically only take upwards of 12 to 16 weeks. Before you notice changes, not just in the gym, but in the mirror.

Garrett Soames: Changes, you won't see you're gonna have increased bone density as well. So within three to six months, your bones become thicker, you're less likely to have fractures And it specifically TRT was found to increase free fat mass. So, again, just muscle gain by 5.7% within, again, the first three months. So, again, obviously pairing resistance training with TRT, is the best way to go. But even if you don't know anything about exercise, you've never exercised before you were going to put on muscle and lose fat at the same time. if you're thinking about starting TRT and you're kind of reluctant. the reality is

Garrett Soames: You got to start. Now the TRT never stops working, it doesn't. You continue to put on muscle each and every day that you take TRT and you do resistance training. So basically every day you delay is a day, you lose out on the benefits of TRT. So you can check out our website AlphaMD and feel free to check out our Resources page where you can read more about the benefits of TRT.

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