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    what age do you have the highest testerone levels

    What age should I focus the hardest workout at for best results.

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    can vary but generally its late teens....but i wouldnt "focus" during only the point where u think u have high test....growing occurs at any time not just one point in ur lifespan..

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    I wouldn't even worry about that.. Everytime your in the gym you should train as hard as you can without over training! Diet and trainining is what to worry about

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    also depends on the person, some people have it earlier or later then others...but from 17-23 i would say are the best years.

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    i read over some average test results.

    it appeared as if from the ages from 16-18 or 19, then they drop a tad and stay consistant until the age of about 40

    some one correct me if i am wrong, because i can see myself being wrong. this was also a while ago, so hopefully i remembered correctly

    however, lifting weights kind of changes the amount of hormones you have anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronReload04
    i read over some average test results.

    it appeared as if from the ages from 16-18 or 19, then they drop a tad and stay consistant until the age of about 40

    some one correct me if i am wrong, because i can see myself being wrong. this was also a while ago, so hopefully i remembered correctly

    however, lifting weights kind of changes the amount of hormones you have anyway
    I recall that this is correct. But, Test is not everything when training natural. I have just been diagnosed with hypopituatarism which has potentially been plaguing me for years, yet I am still pretty well built.

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