The average testicle size is just under two inches from end to end and a little more than an inch in diameter.
But these numbers don’t really tell you too much…
Especially if you eat tons of soy or slather chemicals all over your body every morning.
Because habits like these will shrink your testicles way down below their potential.
So I’ve come up with an alternative method for measuring testicle size.
One that measures your genetic potential…
Not some some artificially low number that’s not even close.
I call it the teaspoon challenge.
Here’s how it works:
When you can ejaculate a full teaspoon of semen with a thick, pasty consistency…
You score an A
If that semen is thin and watery, but you still hit the teaspoon benchmark…
You score a B
If you fall short of the benchmark, but the semen is still thick and pasty…
You score a C
If you fall short of the benchmark and your semen is thin and watery…
You score a D
If you ejaculate less than the size of a quarter, thick or thin…
You score an F
Unless you’ve been sexually active that day – which takes us to our only rule in this challenge…
It must be done after 48 full hours of celibacy.
So no ejaculations for two days before running this test.
Average Testicle Size vs Testicle Potential
When it comes to the average testicle size, here’s where things get interesting…
Once you score an A you’ll discover what your true testicle potential is!
Because an A means your testicles are maxed out and are operating at peak efficiency.
And this is an important piece of information…
Because it tells you exactly what your average testicles size should be most of the time.
But how do you get to this place?
Here’s one way to do it…
Primate studies have shown that males who have to compete for women have larger testicles than males who never have to compete.
If you’re single, you can start using this information tomorrow…
Simply start competing for single women.
But if you’re in a relationship, you need to get there in a different way.
I usually accomplish this by going after a sexual favor from my girl. Something unique, different and novel.
Even if I don’t score exactly what I want, I’ll get something.
And the planning of this activity alone is enough to get my dopamine fired up.
And remember, dopamine is a potent builder of sexual desire…
And your semen contains a LOT of it.
Dopamine also elevates the capacitation and motility of your sperm as you prepare for a sexual event…
And it pushes your testicles to increase semen production in concert with several other hormones, including:
- Follicle stimulating hormones
- Luteinizing hormones
All it takes to get these hormones firing at once is some sexual competition.
And you can sexually compete in this way no matter what your relationship status.
So get this going during your 48 hours of celibacy…
And I promise you, when you wake up on day two you’ll have some good news waiting for you.
You’ll also learn that average testicle size doesn’t matter that much at all.
What really matters is your testicle potential.
Update – Natural Ways to Increase Your Package Size
If you’re struggling with small balls or you scored low on the teaspoon challenge I described above, let me reassure you – you can do something about it!
There are plenty of natural ways you can optimize your testosterone levels and thereby increase your testicle size.
I’ve written about this at length here on this blog.
There are actually quite a few foods you can eat to increase testicle size. These foods can give you a testosterone boost – check out the article here.
While diet is important, it’s not the only thing that will impact your T levels and testicle size. There are plenty of lifestyle changes you can make to help yourself out too.
Don’t worry – most of these methods are cheap and easy to implement. Check out my top tips to increase testicle size below.
Get More Sleep
This is the easiest and cheapest one in the book my friends.
If you think sleep is a waste of time, let me show you the science behind why that’s false.
Sleep is actually one of the most important things when it comes to maintaining healthy testosterone levels and overall sexual performance.
Diet and exercise are important too (more on them below) but they can’t compare to the power of sleep.
Let’s look at some scientific studies.
The first one compared two groups of men – one slept for 4 hours per night while the other slept about 8 hours per night. Their testosterone levels were tested in the morning.
Results showed that the group which slept 8 hours had more than double the testosterone in their bodies than the other group. (source)
Another study found almost exactly the same results. This one took the conclusion a bit further, stating that just one hour of extra sleep per night can give you a 15% testosterone boost in the morning. (source)
Cut Out Chemicals
Brace yourself for this one: there are harmful chemicals in tons of products you use daily.
I’m not trying to scare you here, this is just a fact of modern life. Many of those chemicals are proven to lower testosterone levels in men.
The companies behind these products won’t tell you this (or even look into the claims) because their profits depend on the sales of those products.
So let’s look at some of the independent scientific research.
Triclosan is an antibacterial compound found in many soaps, lotions, and hand sanitizers – and it’s a bad one. So bad in fact that it’s been banned in the EU since 2010.
Plastic products are also hiding some sketchy chemicals. In fact, most plastics are chock full of compounds known as xenoetrogens. That means they mimic the effects of estrogen when they get inside your body.
That’s bad because estrogen directly lowers testosterone levels in men.
Phthalates are just one group of these chemicals, Studies have shown that they can seriously lower testosterone levels. (source)
Excess body fat is a big reason why you might have lower testosterone levels than you should.
Because increased fat tissue increases aromatase enzyme activity, and that enzyme is responsible for turning testosterone directly into estrogen. (source)
So to help out your T levels, do yourself a favor and start burning some fat. All you need to do here is just get rid of the fat and your testosterone levels will go up. (source)
How to lose weight?
Well, the weight loss industry might have you believe that you can cheat using supplements or other tactics.
However, the only actual way to lose weight is to be on a calorie deficit – meaning you burn more energy than you consume via food.
Exercise helps too in meeting this goal.
In fact, one major study on obese men found that regular exercise was actually a more impactful way to raise testosterone levels than simply losing weight. (source)