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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Sex, Testosterone, and Muscle...

"Does sex actually LOWER testosterone... and your ability to
build muscle?"

We all know that raising your "T" levels can DRAMATICALLY
increase your libido as well as pack on layers of thick new
muscle, right?

So is your "love life" holding you back from some KILLER gains
in the gym?

I mean, what about the "old school" BOXING rule of not having
sex the night before your fight?

Was it because it took the "lion" out of the fighter?
Made him WEAKER?

Actually, this was a question that bodybuilding expert and
"hormone enthusiast", Jeff Anderson took head on.

And he's the PERFECT guy for the job!

After all, Jeff's best selling program "Optimum Anabolics" IS
focused primarily on naturally increasing your body's levels of
Growth Hormone and testosterone (by as much as 1,000%!)


But it wasn't EASY finding an answer!


After tracking down several endocrinologists and urologists,
all of them just shrugged their shoulders and told Jeff they
"didn't know the answer".


You'd think guys who are supposed to be experts in healing E.D.
and low "T" levels would have at least a CLUE about this, right?

So Jeff dug deeper...

He called up a friend of his who is a a world-renowned
researcher in hormone replacement therapy and after a long
discussion, they came up with the DEFINITIVE answer...

YES! sex CAN reduce your "T" levels AND your muscle gains!

I'll explain WHY in a second, but...


Here's what's MOST important...


I'm ALSO going to give you a SECRET to not giving up
your love life in order to have MORE MUSCLE!

Ok, follow along...

Testosterone is a VERY important hormone for gaining muscle.

You knew that, right?

Well in order for your body to optimize output, you MUST
have enough of the mineral ZINC in your body.

Zinc is an essential nutrient for your internal "T-Factory"
and your body uses it up very rapidly but doesn't store
very much in reserve.

Therefore, zinc must be replenished DAILY, but...

...our diets these days are naturally DEVOID of zinc due
to our poor choices AND the degradation of our food supply
from poor farming methods (don't get me started!).


But here's the kicker...


We men also lose zinc during SEX!

We lose up to 1mg of zinc for each "happy ending" we have...
and even MORE while sweating (so sweaty sex is basically a "zinc SLAYER"! ;-)

Ok, so if you've been following along...

Sweaty Sex = Zinc Deficiency = Low Testosterone Levels = Less Muscle

Ok, now the solution (and NO... the answer is NOT to stop
having sweaty sex! ;-)

First, testosterone is a "supply and demand" hormone so you'd
damn well better be using a program that triggers natural
"T" release.

Actually, this is the entire basis of Jeff's "Optimum Anabolics"
program because he reveals a unique method for naturally
increasing testosterone and growth hormone through what he
calls "hormone triggering".


You can check out Jeff's best selling "Optimum Anabolics" at: <= Click To Become A "T-Machine"


Bottom line, you MUST be providing your body with the "need"
for more "T".

That's what Jeff's program was SPECIFICALLY designed to do
with his breakthrough "triggering" technique.

Fortunately, having more sex ALSO creates a "need" for more
"T" so it's just a matter of SUPPORTING your own natural
production and Jeff covers this in detail in his book.

(BTW...feel free to use this excuse with your partner if things
have been a bit "slow" lately - "Really honey! It's for
my health!)

Next, make sure you're supplementing with about 15-25mg each
day of zinc picolinate.

It's best to take it at night on an empty stomach, right
before you go to bed.

This will make sure you have adequate levels of the "raw
nutrient" to optimize natural test0ster0ne production...

...and of course, BUILD MORE MUSCLE!


As you can tell, I'm a fan of Jeff's Optimum Anabolics
program. ;-)

The before and after's on his website PROVE that NATURALLY
increasing "T" using his method WORKS...BIG TIME!

Go see for yourself at: <= Click To Become A "T-Machine"


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