Workout 1: Total-body torcher

This quick HIIT works all the major muscle groups in the body for high post-workout testosterone levels.

Dynamic warm-up:
30 seconds each of jumping jacks, bodyweight squats, high knees, and jogging in place; do twice through

Do three sets with minimal rest:
10 overhead squats (holding a barbell or dumbbells; go as heavy as you can while still completing the set with good form)
15 burpees

Rest 1 minute.

Do three sets with minimal rest:
10 deadlifts (go as heavy as you can while still completing the set)
15 V-ups

Rest 1 minute.

Do three sets with rest as noted:
40 seconds of kettlebell swings
Rest 30 seconds
40 seconds of mountain climbers
Rest 30 seconds

Workout 2: Lower-body burn

Working out the body’s biggest muscles, in your glutes and legs, packs a huge hormone hit.

Dynamic warm-up:
30 seconds each of jumping jacks, bodyweight squats, high knees, and jogging in place; do twice through

Do three sets with minimal rest:
10 goblet squats, as heavy as you can handle and still complete the set
15 plyometric jump squats

Rest 1 minute.

Do three sets with minimal rest:
10 Bulgarian split squats (each side), bodyweight or with dumbbells down by your sides, if desired
15 split jumps (count both legs in as one set)

Workout 3: Upper-body blitz

It’s important to alternate muscle groups on different days to give your hard-working body parts time to recover.

Dynamic warm-up:
Do 10 inchworms followed by 30 seconds of jumping jacks; do twice through.

Do three sets with minimal rest:
10 pullups (bodyweight, assisted, or weighted, as desired/dictated by strength level)
10 renegade rows (alternating sides; count both arms as one rep)

Rest 1 minute.

Do three sets with minimal rest:
10 bench presses (using as much weight as you can handle and still complete the set)
10 dumbbell overhead presses (again, using as much weight as you can can handle and still complete the set)

Workout 4: TRX tabata time

Fast-paced intervals up the intensity and your T production. Using the TRX ensures the best benefit from bodyweight training.

Dynamic warm-up: 30 seconds each of jumping jacks, bodyweight squats, high knees, and jogging in place; do twice through

Tabatas:
Do 20 seconds of the exercise, then rest 10 seconds. Repeat 8 times for 4 minutes total.

First tabata: TRX switch leaps

Rest 1 minute.

Second tabata: TRX rows

Rest a minute, then repeat the tabatas, if you dare.

Workout 5: Revved-up run

Even cardio workouts can have a T-stimulating effect. The secret: Mix up your intervals with sets of bodyweight exercises.

Dynamic warm-up: 3 minutes of easy jogging, then leg swings (forward and side; 15 seconds each direction).

Run for 4 minutes.
Do squats for 1 minute.

Run for 4 minutes.
Do pushups for 1 minute.

Run for 4 minutes.
Do skaters for 1 minute.

Run for 4 minutes.
Do mountain climbers for 1 minute.