Low Testosterone Levels: Enemy #1 for Bodybuilders


  
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Hey guys,

How do you know if your testosterone levels are low?

There’s a couple ways of finding out before you submit to a blood test. If you are experiencing LOW energy, libido, strength, loss of muscle, sleepless nights, stamina, and increased body fat, these may be signs that your testosterone production is lagging. Like women who experience menopause, men experience ANDROPAUSE, a physical state in which our test levels drop.

Needless to say, this is bad news for all men, but especially catastrophic for bodybuilders, who count on elevated T levels to facilitate the ideal bodily environment conducive to strength and mass gains (not to mention enhanced fat loss, sex drive and overall energy). Generally speaking, test levels start dropping at the age of 30 or 35, depending on one’s genetics. (Everyone is different.)

Remember also that when T-levels are low, this is when a lot of people may experience irritability. Ironically, you often hear people talking about getting irritable when using test-boosting products. The truth is that our hormone levels need to be balanced out to avoid mood disorders, so enhancing your T-levels via all-natural means may actually improve your frame of mind. Healthy T levels will also help with energy and stamina.

If you’re in need of a boost in testosterone levels, ProSource has great products to help you. ProSource brand products like TribuTest, AndroTest, and AndroTest Extreme have the right ingredients in them to get you to your own natural T-level production. (In fact, the AndroTest products are just about unrivaled when it comes to levels of the most important natural T-boosting active ingredient, protodioscin.)

The one that I have taken myself is the TribuTest. Believe me, I knew I was onto something good when my energy levels went up. Remember to keep a balanced diet with the products you take, because that’s what is going to make a difference regarding how well the products will work. As always in bodybuilding, “What you put into it, is what you are going to get in results.”

Also remember the benefits of increasing your test levels when needed:
Energy
Stamina & Endurance
Strength
Fat Loss
Muscle Building
Overall Well-Being

I hope this helps. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
Less talkin’, more liftin’
Doug

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4 Responses to “Low Testosterone Levels: Enemy #1 for Bodybuilders”

  1. Leland pete Says:

    Hey Doug, I’m a 38 year old male who has been working out religiously for the past 8 years. When I first started, I noticed substantial gains n increased strength, which I attribute to protein, creatine, and glutamine. You know, your basic building blocks to increased size. Now, as I’m still taking those supplements, plus bcaa, and beta-alanine, I have noticed on the past year that I have hit a plateau. I haven’t increased, strength-wise, nor have I increased in size. I hit the weights 5 days a week, go hard for an hour n fifteen minutes intensely. Have I hit the andropause stage? And if so, would tributest be beneficial to me?


  2. Lee Says:

    I have watched the LowT Commercial on T.V. The prescibed Meds. by the doctor seem to have some bad side effects ?…What would the pro’s and con’s be using a ProSource recommened brand ?


  3. omar Says:

    Should u take estrogen blocked along with any T booster to avoid gynecomastia and man boobs?


  4. Tyler Says:

    Hey Dout when are the best times to take TribuTest to get the maximum results out of the pill. I just got it today and took my first one.


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