A lot of men write about how to increase your testosterone level naturally. I want to know: Who has the highest natural testosterone level, and I’ll donate $10,000 to charity to find out.
(Here’s my cash. Let’s raise some money for charity.)
Who can really raise your testosterone level naturally, and who doesn’t believe in their own methods? Who is on TRT? Who will post his full blood work?
A lot of men claim they know how to raise testosterone levels naturally. Unfortunately they haven’t posted blood work showing that their methods work.
For example, Mark Sisson, Tim Ferriss, Dave Asprey, and Tucker Max all claim they have a blueprint available that will raise your testosterone level. If their blueprint works, they would be following it, right? They would be posting before-and-after scans of their blood work.
Why haven’t they posted their blood work?
I have searched far and wide for their blood work. Numerous people have requested to see their blood work. What’s going on?
Mark Sisson: “A Primal Primer: Testosterone.” [Either hasn’t posted blood work or I can’t find it.]
Tim Ferriss: “Tim Ferriss Interview Tim Ferriss On Building A 4-Hour Body” [Either hasn’t posted blood work or I can’t find it.]
This one discovery, among a few other dietary changes, helped me to triple my total testosterone and roughly double bioavailable testosterone.
Dave Asprey: “Photo: Abs After 2 Years of 4500 Calories & No Exercise.” [Either hasn’t posted blood work or I can’t find it.]
Tucker Max: “How to Naturally Increase Your Testosterone.” [Either hasn’t posted blood work or I can’t find it.]
Tucker Max shot x-rays across his balls, and it killed his Testosterone. Instead of unhealthy hormone therapy or unsafe pills, he tested lots of other methods and tripled his Testosterone in a safe, easy, and natural way. Learn what he did.
Mike Cernovich: “How I Went from a Natural Testosterone Level of 0 to 672 in Only 8 Weeks.” [Blood work has been posted several times.]
The lack of blood work doesn’t make them bad people. They might be great guys.
They are behind the times. That’s all.
It’s 2014. Blood work is easy to obtain.
I post my blood work and want to know why no one else wants to post his blood work.
Enter the $10,000 Testosterone Challenge.