Hey Ali, what did you do during the period where you were 17-18 to optimize your hormone production? I’m seventeen and I feel like a late bloomer. I’m pretty thin, at 138 lbs, I’m a 5’8 African American, and my shoulders are about 41 inches around. I want to optimize my hormones in order to hit the maximum height for my genetic potential, grower bigger everywhere, develop a more masculine face ( chisleled jawline, wide jaw, course features, etc). Do you have your personal journal in the form of an article anywhere on the site (Kind of new to the site)? Also, I start a strength program. I’m lifting with my schools football team for 30 mins before soccer practice, but soon I will have a gym membership and do starting strength or Greyskull LP.
My libido has been doing pretty good too - I still had a boost from the previous supplement, and it stayed strong with Spartagen XT - and got even stronger when I discovered I could get an erection again! I was a little nervous the first night I asked a girl to come back with me from the club, but there were no issues! In fact, I don’t think my erections were that hard or full even when I was 30, or even when I was 20! It was the first time in years I’d managed to last longer than 10 minutes in bed, and I was thrilled. So was she ;) After that, I felt a LOT more confident when I went out in the evenings. I finally could walk up to women again with pride, knowing I could show them a good time and have a good time myself. I felt like a man again. I felt like myself again.
Researchers haven't unraveled the mystery of just how testosterone increases libido. It's normal for a man's sex drive to slowly decline from its peak in his teens and 20s, but libido varies widely between men. What one man might consider a low sex drive, another might not. Also, sex drive changes within each man over time and is affected by stress, sleep , and opportunities for sex. For these reasons, defining a "normal" sex drive is next to impossible. Usually, the man himself identifies a lack of sex drive as a problem. Other times, his partner may consider it to be an issue.