Below average testosterone levels are responsible for numerous health and fitness problems, but left untreated it can lead to several chronic problems such as:
- Poor sexual performance
- Erectile dysfunction
- Low sex drive
- Increased stress
- Decreased stamina
- Waning strength
- Excess belly fat
- Muscle wasting
Unfortunately, most experts will tell you that drugs are needed to combat the problem before it gets out of hand. Not only is that potentially dangerous but it’s also unnecessary. Thanks to a newly developed 3-step training technique, you can improve testosterone levels and build new muscle while simultaneously burning belly fat.
180 Muscle is a breakthrough anti-muscle-wasting method that forces the male body to build muscle and burn three times as much fat than conventional techniques or drugs. In as little as 2 weeks you’ll achieve an age-defying body without spending hours in the gym or ingesting potentially harmful medications. Using evidence-based facts and scientific studies, Tim Ernst’s e-book combats the sarcopenia that plagues men in their late 30’s – a phenomenon which literally means “poverty of the flesh.”
Doctors have long believed that testosterone replacement therapy could magically enhance testosterone production to prevent muscle loss and stop fat accumulation as men age. It’s now a known fact that testosterone boosters don’t work. Furthermore, the side effects associated with such therapies can do more harm than good. Drugs are merely a b and-aid for a bigger and more permanent problem. That’s why Tim’s work is such a breakthrough discovery.
According to recent studies, men with decreased testosterone levels suffer from accelerated muscle wasting. In addition, lowered testosterone levels decrease the frequency of SREs (sleep-related erections). Together, those two things can cause anxiety, stress, sexual performance upsets, body fat production, and muscle depletion.
Tim Ernst’s manual boosts testosterone and prevents your muscle mass from wasting away in as little as two weeks without the use of drugs – virtually transforming your health and improving the quality of your life along the way.