Archive for December, 2012
Well I had seven days in the mountains. A truly beautiful land. The pictures are pretty much what it is like there in Queenstown. I climbed Ben Lomond from the lake to the top of the tree line and hid my tent as its against the rules to camp up there. My goal was to escape all humanity except my own for a few days so I had to bend the rules a little.
After the first night I was discovered by two local Kea’s at 5am. They have a reputation for destroying packs & tents and I had to go down for supplies so I was a little concerned. Luckily they left my pack unscathed upon my return. Carrying the 40 lb pack up the mountain was quite strenuous. The next day was very hot and by days end I had found a new & more secure tent site hidden by fir tree’s. I also had mild heat stroke, was exhausted after two days climbing and came down with diarrhea in the evening.
The next day rain was forecast so I rested with a crook belly and more diarrhea. I did recover from my previous two days exertion and went to get some food & med’s the next day in town. I also had a sore throat most nights and the place was swarming with blow flies. Apart from these things it was heaven. The birds sang me a beautiful serenade to awaken and fall asleep to, the sound of the wind in the trees drowned out the distraction of humanity as faint as it was in the town below.
The rest of the days I was fit and well. I climbed near to the summit of Ben Lomond but did not go quite to the top as I was perturbed by the large number of other hikers up there on that day. It was a very easy climb from above the tree line but the climb through the forest was strenuous involving rocky cliffs & steep paths all of the way to a 500m altitude above the lake.
Each night I lay in my tent with scenes of the beautiful mountains replaying through my mind. This triggered my subconscious to open my minds eye and mental screen. It was almost perfection. Perhaps a little further from civilization and human influence next time, my imagination may be freed.
I think I will have Queenstown fever soon – take a look at this video…
Click through here for my best pictures montaged: http://freefitnessguru.com/images/range_montage13.jpeg
Several supplements are reported as increasing testosterone by 40-50% – these include resveratrol, garlic extract, olive oil & other specific lipids and several others so one would expect that taking these supplements together would cause an even greater increase.
Pantocrine deer antler extract is also purported to substantially increase testosterone – this may be linked to IGF increasing gonad size & function.
From an older post:
Testosterone & Growth factor Tincture – daily dose
Tienchi Ginseng : 1/3 teaspoon x3 per day
Pine Pollen tincture : 1 teaspoon per day
Nettle Root : 1200 mg per day
Tribulus : 500 mg per day
Panax Ginseng : 1/4 teaspoon per day
Siberian Ginseng : 1 teaspoon x2 per day
The above formula can be taken daily indefinitely
To be cycled 3 weeks on 1 week off …
Pantocrine – deer antler extract : 4-10 droppers per day depending on your weight
OK but the two biggies are Onion Juice & Ginger extract. Onion juice has shown a 3x increase in testosterone in rats at a small dose equal to 50 ml per day for a human. Ginger extract has shown a doubling of testosterone.
By using these both the studies suggest a substantial increase in testosterone may occur. As always anti estrogenics will be required.
First of all YES cyclists often suffer from impotence. Yes and I myself was affected by this many years ago when I was about 30.
Its not as if I did not know. Up until that time I had deliberately avoided cycling for this very reason but inexplicably I took it up for six months at a local gym. That was all it took.
Remember a 100 kg body builder is putting all of that weight on the same surface area as a small 12 year old child might while riding a bike. So the bigger you are the more damage cycling will do to your body.
I noticed a numb crotch while riding after 20 minutes or so. After a few months I stopped getting morning erections. At that point I stopped cycling – but it was too late.
I am a virile, randy heterosexual guy. But cycling not only killed my morning erections, it also killed my random erections during the day. You know how you might be sitting on the bus and a hot girl gets on and gives you the eye – you get a boner sometimes right?, or you may be sitting at home and have some sexual fantasy about a lady – boner time.
Well it all ended – I could still get a full erection but found it only happened usually while having sex or masturbating. I damaged my damned crotch simply by cycling.
Usually this is irreversible according to standard western medicine. We will discuss potential cures later.
First cycling is good except for this problem – the solution is a crotchless seat.
The best I have come across (no pun intended) is spyderflex http://www.spiderflex.com/saddle-specs.html
Here is a list of others:
This one still puts some pressure on “the region” – Its cheap but I wouldn’t buy it
Personally I’d go for DD Wings or Spyderflex – Who cares what it looks like – cycling looks fricken gay anyhow.
OK there is a huge selection – don’t go making your self impotent like I did.
Finally what about a cure after the damage is done? Well the only thing I can think of that directly addresses this is QiGong KungFu – these guys can take a full force kick to the balls so I’m sure they can fix a little cycling induced erectile disfunction.
Yes I am perfectly serious – You wanna fix it or not?
The chinese name for this is Tiedan Gong which involves massage & lifting weights from the penis & scrotum. Tiedang gong means kongfu of Iron penis.
Now if you can stomach this gross video of some dude touching another dudes penis without throwing up… you may learn something.