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From the Lab who brought you THE GEAR & THE GEAR JACK'D - MAX'S Lab Series The Gear JUICED is the ultimate Test Support Formula! Now in concentrate powdered form!
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The Gear JUICED is specially formulated to help support your Test levels and metabolism for MAXIMUM RESULTS! It combines high-dosages proven compounds into an easy to take form and tastes AMAZING!
Test is the holy grail of muscle-building hormones. It is naturally produced in males, and to a lesser degree in females. The biologically active form known as Free Test interacts with muscle cells and is the key driver of protein synthesis and muscle growth. Only a small fraction of the Test your body produces remains as Free Test, which limits your anabolic potential. Your physiology, age, training level, diet, lifestyle and overall health all affect Free Test levels, either positively or negatively.
In males, Test is mainly produced in the testes. It is an Androgenic hormone - which means it produces male characteristics like increased muscle mass, facial hair and a deep voice. It also plays an important role in male sex drive and fertility.
System levels of Test are regulated by your Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland. However as we age Test production naturally declines, which in turn can affect your body’s ability to recover and build muscle. But many other conditions can also reduce system Test levels. Generally, your levels vary throughout the day and usually peak during the morning between 7 - 10am and are lowest in the evenings. Test levels also increase after hard intense exercise, but can decrease following exhaustive endurance training. If testing shows a low Test level, causes can include:
- Age - Test production generally starts to decline each year after the age of 30
- Illness (including type 2 diabetes, kidney disease, high blood pressure)
- Medications - many can interfere with natural test production
- Over-training - training too hard, too often will reduce test production
Symptoms of Low Test
Younger healthy males shouldn’t have low Test; however modern lifestyles, pollution, stress, diet, and a hectic schedule can wreak havoc on healthy test levels. Some symptoms of low test levels include:
- Low energy levels
- Difficulty building muscle mass
- Decreased sex drive, hair loss or slow hair and nail growth
- Slow recovery from exercise
- Increased susceptibility to mild infections like colds
- Increased irritability
- Poor sleep quality
- Difficulty in concentrating
Getting Test Levels Up
Test production can be optimised by tackling the factors that are reducing its output. Key areas to address include:
Sleep Quantity and Quality - Studies have shown sleep loss dramatically lowers Test levels. Getting a good 7 - 8 hours every night is the gold standard. To optimise test levels try to get to bed at the same time each night and make sure that you give yourself enough time to fall asleep and then get 7 - 8 hours of good sleep.
Avoid caffeine in the 2 - 3 hours before bed, don’t spend too much time on your phone or computer (the blue light will keep you awake) or use a blue light filter program like f.lux. Also don’t do anything too strenuous in the hours before sleep.
A Healthy Diet - including high quality sources of protein (lean red meat, chicken, fish, eggs, etc.) coupled with plenty of vegetables, moderate fruits and wholegrains, plus high quality supplements will set your body up for optimal hormone production. Avoid processed foods, fatty takeaways, and low quality snack foods like chips and biscuits. Keep alcohol in moderation or avoid it if possible. Adding high quality, proven supplements to your diet like Whey Protein, BCAA's and Creatine can also give your metabolism the edge.
Exercise is Super Important for healthy Test levels - We all know exercise provides plenty of health benefits, but did you know that a hard session in the gym can significantly raise test levels. The best type of training is heavy resistance training of the large muscle groups like your legs, glutes, chest and back. High intensity interval training (HIIT) has also been shown to effectively raise test levels. On the other hand, slow steady exercise like walking and slow jogging doesn’t increase test levels. In fact, too much of this endurance type training can actually reduce hormone production and lead to a number of physiological issues.
Can Hormone levels be boosted by supplements?
There are a number of nutrients that are essential for healthy Test levels For example, cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and brussel sprouts all contain indole-3 carbinol and 3,3'-diindolylmethane (DIM) which are compounds that can help keep Test levels high and Estro levels low.
Many other nutrients and herbal compounds have been investigated for their effect on Test levels and many have shown solid results in human and animal studies. Some examples of these compounds include D-Aspartic Acid, Tribulus Terrestris, Fenugreek and Ashwagandha.
Many of these compounds are used by people with low Test and poor libido, or by athletes who are trying to optimise their body’s Test production.
MAX has developed this advanced male support formula, THE GEAR JUICED, based on a combination of proven food derived nutrients and herbal extracts to help support your training goals.