Life can be very seductive, with lifestyle choices seemingly good, but the impact on your male health may be hidden, or creep up slowly. Our aim is to educate, and make available, so you can make your own choices.
Modern day life is not designed to support you in being the best you can be. In fact, it's now mainstream knowledge that the male of today isn’t what his grandfather was. The following tips are what we have found to help optimise your testosterone levels.
Written by Heston Russell. ✖️ Work / Life Balance ✖️ Balanced Diet ✖️ A Balanced Exercise Regime Most of us find it hard to reach any, let alone all of these. How about being emotionally balanced? Our emotions regulate our performance, in everything.
When you need to recover but feel like something raw and indulgent try this infusion of adaptogenic herbs, greens and raw vegan protein.
Recipe contains our RECOVER formula that replenishes and restores the body and mind for overall strength, stamina and wellbeing.
Ask the question in a male health clinic, and the majority of men present will swear blind that they have an issue with testosterone.
But what if testosterone isn't the issue? And worse, what if throwing more testosterone into the body only exacerbates the characteristics you with to change?
Be Spunki REBOOT provides the necessary ingredients to increase stamina, energy and endurance while naturally increasing testosterone levels, making REBOOT your perfect training partner!
Everyday stress is a normal and healthy response to daily life. However, chronic stress, when we’re constantly under stress, is a major killer to our testosterone levels. It is important to set up your own personal stress management tactics. Keep it simple and don’t let the regime stress you out!
Lets face it, once you hit 30 years old your body is not what it used to be. I remember being 25 and indestructible. The things I used to do in the gym then, now at 38 I would be scared of. But saying that after doing plenty of research I realised that after 30 my body produces hormones differently, meaning less production of the good stuff being testosterone and in some cases more estrogen.