The Secrets To Ultimate Testosterone And HGH
John-Peter Pipicella here from MAX'S.
So let's talk testosterone for a minute. Everyone wants more testosterone right? It's the holy grail of muscle building hormones. But how much do we actually know about testosterone and how it works?
It's actually quite simple - free Testosterone interacts with muscle cells and is the most important driver of protein synthesis and muscle growth. Basically, the more testosterone you have in your system, you're able to train harder, for longer and recover faster.
At the end of the day, this means more gains, faster gains and better overall performance in the gym. Quite simply, the more free testosterone you have the more muscle you can build.
But there's a problem, actually a there's a few problems. Let me explain. In today's lifestyle, your testosterone will never be at the levels it should be.
Lifestyle, diet, stress and age are all problems that cause your testosterone to be much lower than it should.
Your natural testosterone levels peak when you are in your late teens and early 20’s, then slowly declines. However our hectic modern lifestyle, fast food, food additives and environmental toxins all rob you of vital testosterone.
So even when you’re young - your Test levels are sub-optimal. The reality is, that in today's modern lifestyle your body needs all the help it can get.
Now I know you've heard all the cliches, smash quads, eat beef, drink milk... But the reality is, you won't see REAL significant results from doing this. You may see incremental small changes, but nothing significant.
Now I'm not saying you shouldn't eat healthy. I'm not saying you shouldn't eat beef. I'm not saying you shouldn't dedicate an entire training session to just smashing quads.
But what I am saying is, if you want REAL results, what you really need, is to cycle a natural, high potency testosterone booster.
If you want REAL results, your body needs a combination of clinically dosed ingredients that are designed specifically to boost your testosterone at a cellular level.