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How to Increase your Human Growth (HGH) or Testosterone Naturally with Sprint 8 - Part 1

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host Bill Farr, shows how to increase your Human growth hormone or HGH and in turn how to increase your testosterone naturally. I talk about different methods that will help but mostly the sprint 8 developed by phil campbell from his book, "ready, set go."

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This is the most powerful way I have found to increase your HGH or testosterone naturally, more than any other method. I like this much better than taking injections or creams or pills.

This also is the best way I have found to lose weight and burn fat fast. It also is anti-aging and helps with cardiovascular health.

It consists of 8 - 30-second sprints with a rest of 1 minute and 30 seconds in between.

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How to Increase your Human Growth (HGH) or Testosterone Naturally with Sprint 8 - Part 1



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41 comments:

  1. Running increases the length of your telomeres, strength training doesn't (at least not significantly). Running decreases the risk for heart diseases, Alzheimer's, depression and it increases adult neurogenesis. Long-distance running is also very natural for humans. Humans hunted that way. We aren't good sprinters, we only have 2 legs, but we can run for hours. Sure, if the goal is only to have the body of a gladiator (like in a gladiator movie), it is not necessarily the first choice to focus on steady state cardio, but to say that it's unnatural is kinda strange. Running can easily be combined with strength training and HIIT. I know a lot of people who have an extreme physique and who run 100 km per week on average. Marathon runners are thin, because overall muscle mass doesn't matter that much for endurance records, but the weight does. It is mostly because of their diet. They can sustain an extreme intensity for 2 hours. That said, I have to admit, that for health reasons, a moderate training volume seems to be the best.

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  2. Thanks for the vid, but too much talking, I lost the plan in all the blather.

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  3. Interesting point about kids never jogging around; walking or running for their lives lol

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  4. On the treadmill simply set the system to intervals of 30s walk and 30s sprint and it changes automatically. Problem solved and no holding on the sides.

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  5. Interesting that we used to do this type of interval training over 40 years ago in high school swim team workouts during taper (end of season). During season 20-30 X 100 yards on 2:30 minutes. During taper 10 X 100 on 5 minute intervals.

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  6. But.... Why do YOU have chicken legs then? -,-

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  7. low carb but lentils and quinoa for protein?
    how does that work?

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  8. On the sugar comment, have you seen the benefits of chromium and vanadium on sugar metabolism? These purportedly stave off many of the negative effects of consuming sugars including the development of both types of diabetes. Maybe they block some of the negative effects that they impose on a workout regimen such as the one that you're describing? Or at least help to reduce the window of sugar avoidance required before and after workouts?

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  9. He claims he eats low carb and goes on to say that he eats high carb lentils. 40 G. a cup. Tells us that jogging is hard on your knees and your hips and then goes on to say running fast doesn't impact your joints. 🤣

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  10. So how does this work for a wheelchair user ?

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  11. Since I’m skinny (180 cm x 60 kg, 7% body fat), I NEED CARBS. So what should I eat before and after?

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  12. Redpected sir,
    For how many days a weak should you do this?

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  13. i say 80% plus percent works also and is safer for older people 50 plus...nobody needs to have their heart explode while working out...

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  14. Everyone is an expert it seems

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  15. If I do this while I’m still growing, will I get taller/bigger?

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  16. Jogging increases cortisol, which crashes testosterone. You're just stressing the body

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  17. Intermittent fasting 2000% increase in hgh

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  18. Isnt Sugar makes you recuperate Faster After a workout?

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  19. Dude, Shut up and get yourself a day job, because i am 55, broken 23 bones including 3 in my neck in past, and you look absolutely sickly by compare. Much of what you say is basically true, but obviously, you yourself have no experience, and ppl without experience who insist on shooting off their mouths blah blahing at others are the worst pieces of shit.

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  20. Eliminate refined carbs. They spike insulin. When insulin is high, growth hormone is low. Go see Dr Berg 😉

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  21. Hello. I have adrenal fatigue could I do this type of training with walking. For example, walk to max capacity for 30 sec then rest for 1 min? I also looked at your video on super slow resistance training and would like to incorporate both of these trainings into my workouts. Is this advisable? Thanks

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  22. This is our prophet Muhammad practice 1400 years ago....you suppose to thank him

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  23. I used to jog all the time. Eventually it ruins your knees and mine were starting to go, so I stopped. Now I do bicycle or treadmill. I used to do sprints a long time ago but I don't feel healthy enough to risk super high intensity cardio these days. Maybe I will work up to it.

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  24. I thought that sprinters vs runners was that some people are born with more fast twitch muslces and some people with more slow twitch muscles?

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  25. I’m confused about low carbs. Many say carbs are an essential part of testosterone production.

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  26. Is this good for women to do, as well? Even a 61 y/o woman? I am in good health [bone density is good too], am on a keto-carnivore woe, intermittent fasting, working toward OMAD and have recently done a 5 day sea salt & Himalyan pink salt and water fast...still have 20 to 30 pounds to lose. I've been doing 45 minutes of step ups each day until I sweat, but am interested in the super slow resistance training and now this sprint 8. I haven't outright run like that for a long time, but is it something I could work up to? Is an alternative walking briskly for much longer, like an hour a day? Or, would I really be able to work up to 8 sprints if I persevered? I guess I can try. :) ...Also am wondering if it is possible to do the super slow resistance training with dumbbells and/or bodyweight at home? I haven't been able to find a gym that has experience with that way of training. Also, it's been -52*C with windchill this winter and I might be more consistent with the training if I could do it at home. What range of weights would it be good to have?

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  27. What an interesting video we have here. Feeling weak, emasculate and flabby may just be one of the worst feelings in the world. Finding yourself, and committing to a solid plan to build muscle and raise T levels by 60%, can make all the difference. Maybe try Brett Bindeoni's T Boost Paper for a solution that works within weeks.

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  28. can anyone tell me if your supposed to remain active during the fasting phase? Thanks.

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  29. Won't work if you're trying to gain weight

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  30. LOL that "comparative and contrastive pic" (at 2:30 -) of a long distance runner, marathon European Champion of 2002, "bald and ugly", languished looking Janne Holmen and then the "strong and vital" British sprinter Dwain Chambers side by side, let me tell you THAT is (quite unintentionally and ironically) cracking funny! :D For all you interested, let me inform you that while the former, the marathon man, is depicted in that photo running exhausted the last miles of the ordeal known as marathon, that famous marathon he won in Munich 2002 to be crowned the European Champion; the latter one, athletic and healthy looking Dwain Chambers (warming up before a race) on the right had also similar success in the same European Championship in Munich winning the 100 m sprint. Yet, as he later admitted in his autobiography Race Against Me, Chambers used doping like crazy that year (2002) taking a total of 300 doses of performance enhancing drugs, mostly different anabolic steroids': THG, synthetic testosterone, HGH, EPO... which lead to another kind of an ordeal altogether than a marathon proper, a much more serious and unhealthy one, a gauntlet run of a doped, secretive, anxious athlete. The Brit sprinter relates in his autobiography that he used 30.000 dollars in the year 2002 into these drugs and for what: to get even more muscle mass (as you can witness in the pic, lol), a "remarkable" decrease/improvement in his 100 m sprint record, from 9.97 to 9.87 (he was later stripped of the 100 m European title and the new record) and a bunch of physiological and psychological problems plus sleepless nights. - So, what gains? - It is also ironic how often things get (unintentionally) ironic in these lifestyle Know it all, I tell ya! channels with, if you will, certain emblematic "inclinations" towards false, misleading, distorted, biased and manipulative contents! Irony is the vigilant servant of truth and a great source for genuine laughs every now and then! Okay, have a nice day, guys. And keep smiling. - - And yes, I am implying by the same token that the marathon man lived happy ever after (and is still living); apparently so is the sprinter, but only after his doping hell was finally over for good, and that was not the case in the time that pic was taken; thus, I am also implying that the marathon man in the given pic above is in a more ideal, more balanced and healthier state than the over-doped muscle man sprinter next to him, that is, the left side(of the) pic represents a healthy, more desirable state of affairs than the right side which on the other hand indicates foul play and a gamble with one's life and health. So, why and how is it that "our" Western culture is still so obsessed with these unrealistic distorted pics of "health and well-being" (equaling with superb muscles), and what is there to be gained if and when this route is traveled to its logical but bitter end. Think, learn to think before you nod and get sold by all the bogus claims and marketing hype surrounding one in every frigging market place. And thank you for your invaluable time.

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  31. When you intermittent fast for 18-20 hours your HGH NATURALLY increases to 1500-2000 percent. Just imagine if you combine that with a 16/8 or Warrior fast(20 hour fast) would do to your belly fat and waistline including muscle gains. Smh... so useful! If you want you can take BCAAs before you workout also(Optional).

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  32. Can you explain why it's great to raise your HGH, but injecting and raising it is not good?!! You are raising your HGH in both cases!
    If HGH is causing cancer and..... So why try to raise it?!
    And no disrespect I don't want to have your physique, it's a personal choice.

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  33. Shows picture of elite sprinter vs elite marathon runner 🏃 trying to talk about physique for us weekend worriers is ridiculous, an elite sprinter jump-squads with more weight then 99% of us regular squads also the elite marathoner runs for 42km @ higher speeds then we do full speed on the treadmill. It’s no comparison is what I’m getting @ here

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  34. this type of training seems to mimic the lifestyle of a predatory animal. all or nothing life and death struggle type existence?

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  35. Can I intensely ride an air dyne bike and get the same results? thx

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