It’s a time to congratulate yourself and others you know who have been working hard day in and day out to maintain or improve their fitness.
If you haven’t been living a healthy lifestyle and feel like you need a change, right now is a great time to start!
When you feel healthy, everything else going on in your life just seems to fit together perfectly and run smoothly. You have more energy to complete your tasks at work more efficiently and also you have more energy to enjoy your family and friends. You may find as you get older, however, those energy levels start to diminish.
It gets tougher to maintain a sustained energy level and perhaps your workouts have been suffering as well. To go along with this, you find your libido is less than what is used to be. If you find yourself in this position, have no fear for ALLMAX is here!
Testosterone Boosters help you get back to the person you believe is the best version of yourself.
What is Testosterone and What Does it Control?
Testosterone is a hormone found in men that is produced by the testes at a rate of 4-7 mg a day. It is responsible for giving men their masculine characteristics such as body hair, deepening of the voice and a greater musculature.
When a male goes through puberty and specifically around the age of 18, testosterone levels are through the roof. It is the best time to train as growth, recovery times and energy levels are at an all-time best. Testosterone production stays relatively high for many years after puberty, but what goes up must come down, and it’s no different for testosterone. Men can expect to enjoy high levels of naturally produced testosterone up until the age of 30.
When Does Testosterone Start to Decline and by How Much?
Natural test levels start fading away at about the age of 30. At that point, generally speaking, test levels will drop at an average of 1% per year or 10 % per decade. At first, it will be very difficult to notice this drop. It has been said that physique-wise you don’t even reach your prime until you are in your mid-to-late thirties, so there is no need to concern yourself over the idea of losing all the hard-earned muscle you’ve put on if you are in this group.
So I’m 40+, What Happens Now?
Well, the answer isn’t what you want to hear but you’re already down to 90% test production and it isn’t going to improve. You may find yourself feeling lethargic more often, have difficulties sleeping at night, notice your recovery times from training are longer, and you may feel less than motivated in many aspects of your life.
In extreme deficiencies, some serious health problems can arise such as an enlargement of the prostate, cardiovascular disease and also depression. In these cases, testosterone (synthetic) replacement therapy may be the route to go and is only advised under the supervision of your doctor. However, if you feel like you just need an extra boost, look no further than ALLMAX Nutrition.
ALLMAX Nutrition has been gracious enough to provide their consumers with two top quality products in the testosterone-boosting category. TestoFX Loaded and TRIBX90 are both amazing products that have clinically shown extreme results in their ability to enhance natural testosterone production, giving men what they have been looking for.
TestoFX Loaded has shown to significantly increase bioavailable testosterone levels by an astounding 284%, decrease growth-limiting cortisol levels, inhibit estrogen (the female hormone) build-up and act as a potent anti-aromatase agent.
TRIBX90 is also a popular choice due to its ability to enhance natural test levels, increase strength and stamina, support healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and finally support a healthy sex drive by naturally improving libido levels in both men and women.
- Alessandra Gambineri, Carla Pelusi, Valentina Vicennati, Uberto Pagotto, Renato Pasquali; “Testosterone in Ageing Men” ; March 2001; Vol. 10, No. 3 , Pages 477-492
- Alvaro Morales, Claude C. Schulman, Jacques Tostain, Frederick C.W.; “Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome (TDS) Needs to be Named Appropriately – The Importance of Accurate Terminology”; European Association of Urology; 2006; pgs 407-409.