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Boosting Testosterone RAPIDLY and EFFICIENTLY

Updated on June 19, 2013

BOOST T-Levels with the ICU T-Routine! Keep Reading, Iron Clad!

Introduction to Testosterone

Testosterone is the 'male identity' or also known as the 'building material of manhood' is the hormone responsible for the development of muscle, sexual and reproductive functions, hair growth, changes that take place during the puberty of a man and many other important bodily activities. It is vital for a man to seek ways to increase their testosterone levels if he actively engages muscle building and fitness training programs.

Testosterone Production

IRON CLAD UNIT: T-Boosting Routine

The ICU method of T-Boosting involves different approaches depending on which method is more suitable for you. The approaches are as follows:

  • The Natural way (Pros: No probable harmful effects Cons: Slow growth)
  • The 'Supplementation' way (Pros: Easy and fast release of T Cons: Possibility of Side effects in the long run)

The Natural Method

So you want to stick with the Natural method? Here's how:

1) High Intensity Workouts

Going through a hardcore and high intensity program for a short period of time has proven to rapidly release hormones such as Leptin, Insuline and Melanocortines which helps boost T-levels in the body. In our hubs to come, we will be providing our Iron Clad with a Testosterone Boosting Workout regimen completely free of charge.

High intensity could include hardcore weight training routines or blood pumping cardio routines as well. These mainly revolve around training at a high pace for about 30-35 seconds and then immediately training at a moderate pace and then letting the body recover within 1 minute to repeat the same exercise.

Like I said, We will be providing the Iron Clad with a high intense Workout regimen which involves in Peak Training and Strength Training in the hubs to come.

2) Reduce Stress Levels

Increased Stress = Decrease of T effects. This principal is a globally accepted and scientifically proven truth. Stress makes the body release cortisol, the hormone responsible for stress and it's effects. Cortisol ensures that all T involving effects are reduced to a minimum to run under 'survival mode' considering all the stress the body is going through.

One of the best ways to reduce stress levels would be... CHILL the iron out, brother! Here's what an Iron Clad would do!

Plug in and listen to this track, download and listen through a player while resting on a comfy couch if possible. This track is specially designed using Alpha Isochronic Tones which stimulates your brain to serve a purpose it is programmed to. This track is designed to relieve a brain off stress. This method is known as 'brain wave entertainment'.

Alpha Isochronic Stress Relief

3) Healthy food and fats

I cannot stress more on this. Everyone says "Eat healthy food! Stay clean!" but nobody says how and what to eat. Iron Clad, Here's what to do!
Your body requires saturated fats from sources to release T in to your body. Saturated fats include triglycerides, google for more information on this. Given below are some of the most common foods with Saturated Fats. Increase the intake of these and voila!

  • Butter
  • Coconut oil
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Eggs
  • Soybean oil
  • Raw nuts such as almonds
  • Avocados
  • Olive Oil

4) SLEEP and lots of it

So you train hard and you eat clean and what do you do next? Browse internet pornography till midnight and after? Watch The Big Bang Theory or listen to an entire Metallica album? HECK NO, Iron clad.. You need to sleep and by sleep I mean, a long dead-silence sleep. Your body requires at least 7-8 hours of sleep after strenuous activity to recover your worked up muscles. A long association with your bed at night releases growth hormones and increases T-Levels in your body to ensure the proper recovery of muscles. When you wake up, you'll be super charged with energy and a good concentration of T-levels and growth hormones. Magic! Not really.. Science, clad.

"Get your beastly sleep, Clad!" - Sleeping Beauty

"Get your beastly sleep, Clad!"                           - Sleeping Beauty -
"Get your beastly sleep, Clad!" - Sleeping Beauty -


There are MANY T-boosting supplements out there in the "Gain World". These however contain various kinds of nutrients depending on what it's been labelled for. I'be mentioning TWO T-Boosting supplements that are well known for their quality and performance.

1) Universal Nutrition: Animal Test

Universal Nutrition's Animal Test has gotta be the most widely used T-Booster product to have existed on Planet Earth (Not too much stressing, just talking about all the reviews). This product includes 21 Packs per container, As advised: 1 Pack per day and on training days 1 Pack prior to the workout with your meal. We strongly recommend going on a 'cycle' when using a T-Boosting product.

A Cycle is what we like to define as a set of days you assign to take a supplement and then breaking off the supplementation when the cycle ends.


2) Driven Sports: Activate Xtreme™

Activate Xtreme™ is designed around Divanil®, a compound tried, tested and scientifically researched to help enhance free testosterone by binding to sex-hormone binding globulin (SHBG).* SHBG is the core controller of your FREE TESTOSTERONE.

Recommended by Iron Clad Unit: 1 Cycle and break it for half a cycle and resume supplementation for another cycle.

Xtreme is advised to be used 2-3 times a day for optimum growth. It includes Magnesium Stearate, Rice Powder, Gelatin.



These additional supplements are an optional recommendation which in our experience have shown major gains and support lean muscle growth including T-boosting.

Optimum Nutrition: BCAA Powder
Optimum Nutrition: BCAA Powder


"Branch Chain Amino Acids are the "Building Blocks" of the body. They make up 35% of your muscle mass and must be present for molecular growth and development to take place. Eight are essential (cannot be manufactured by the body) the rest are non-essential (can be manufactured by the body with proper nutrition). Besides building cells and repairing tissue, they form antibodies, they are part of the enzyme & hormonal system; they build RNA and DNA and they carry oxygen throughout the body." - -

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Testosterone Benefits

  • Increased Libido
  • Increased Muscle Growth
  • Increased Strength and stamina


Basically, Testosterone is the main building block of a Male which induces muscle growth and many other bodily activities in an average human being. Follow the Iron Clad T-Regiment to BOOST your T-Levels to an optimum level and continue the regiment as long as you live. You ask me why? Well, This regiment includes everything that we forget to do in our lives!

Let's get the Iron Clad Testosterone Boosted! BOOM!

The Iron Clad T-Regiment

  1. High intense weight training for 30 minutes (No more, No less)
  2. Finish up the workout with a 10 minute jog on a treadmill, Keep it fast and intense
  3. Supplement yourself with a whey protein shake as a post-workout
  4. Build a diet containing saturated fats and avoid alcohol
  5. Take your pack of Animal Test or your prescribed dose of Testosterone Boosting Product. (Skip this if you want to avoid T-supplementation)
  6. Take BCAA's (Branch Chain Amino Acids)
  7. 1 liter of Water before bed
  8. 7-8 hours of Sleep


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