Have you thought of using test boosters?

Have you thought of using test boosters?

Testosterone: the primary male sex hormone that plays an important part in the ability to build muscle size and increase bone density and mass. In the bodybuilding world, testosterone reigns supreme. Simply put, the more testosterone that your body produces, the quicker you can put on muscle and burn fat. Something that I’m sure most guys who want that godly physique aim to have.

So what’s the best test booster that you can get?

I’m often asked what the best testosterone booster is, and if I can recommend any good ones. I’m going to be completely honest with you. If you’re currently supplementing with a test booster or are planning to pick one up at the store, don’t. It’s a mere waste of money. Why? Aside from the actual use of anabolic steroids, no powder or pill that you can get is going to naturally elevate your testosterone levels enough to see superior strength gains or increase muscle mass at a rapid rate.  But what about those test boosters that claim to increase testosterone production by 200%? In my opinion and from what I’ve read from countless articles and studies, this pretty much means nothing. Your testosterone levels will have to be elevated by at least several hundred to 1000% to see any significant changes to muscle size and strength. I’ve always advocated that if you are a male in your early 20’s and 30’s, there should be no need to hop on a testosterone booster. Those are the peak years of your life where testosterone production in your body is at it’s highest and is sufficient enough to help you pack on a significant amount of muscle.

Can you boost testosterone naturally? 

Though there is no way to boost testosterone production to the point where you’ll see results comparable to anabolic steroids, there are some things that you can do to make sure that your testosterone levels are optimized to the best of your ability.

1) Increase your fat intake

2) Get enough sleep

3) Exercise

4) Get enough vitamins and minerals

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The bottom line is, you should pretty much stick to supplements that are proven to provide results. Though testosterone is needed in the body and any elevated levels will help, nothing that you can get in local stores is going to give you any good results. Unless you have passed your peak years (30+) I personally think that you should steer clear of testosterone boosters. See you in the next article.

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John

John considers himself as a fitness enthusiast who loves to do anything to keep the body in peak physical performance (much like a highly tuned machine). He mainly focuses on sports nutrition and supplement research, but is also highly knowledgeable in relation to muscle growth and fat loss. He's helped numerous people over the years achieve the body that they've always wanted and hopes his information will guide you to the goals you want.

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