3 little tricks to Boost your T (guest article)

Hey there!

I’ve got a great guest article for you today from my friend – and long-time mentor – Craig Ballantyne.

Craig shares with us 3 cool little tricks you can use to boost your testosterone … and re-claim your manhood!

I think you’ll really enjoy this one. Let’s get right to it …


3 little tricks to Boost your T
by Craig Ballantyne, creator of “8 Minutes to Alpha

Tip #1


This is a big one. Most guys who struggle with Low-T don’t get enough zinc in their diet. Why does it matter?

Zinc helps your body naturally produce more testosterone.

And if you’re not giving your body this raw material, it won’t be able to make the testosterone you need to build muscle and lose weight.

Oysters, raw or cooked, have a ton of zinc. Grass-fed beef is another great source of zinc.

If neither of those is an option, you can always opt for a high-quality supplement.

Make sure you get your Zinc!

Okay here’s your next tip…

Tip #2

You need more (and better) sleep.

A recent study found that men who don’t get enough sleep each night have MUCH lower testosterone levels than the guys who catch all their winks. In fact, sleep deprivation can result in testosterone levels of a man who is 15 years older than you!


There are a few ways to get better sleep.

First, try to go to bed at the same time during the week. Consistency in your sleep patterns will train your body to prepare for bed so you have no trouble falling asleep.

Second, lower the temperature of your room. Drop the temperature to around 67 degrees and you’ll fall into a deeper sleep faster.

Third, invest in some “black-out” curtains. These are killer! For less than $50 you can eliminate most of the light in your bedroom at night.

All that light can disrupt your sleep so black it out!


Tip #3

Use your body’s natural “Alpha” cycle to boost your Testosterone, restore your drive and melt away stubborn fat.

Most guys don’t know this but your body goes through natural metabolic cycles throughout the day. It’s why you have a burst of energy in the morning, you get tired after lunch and why you get a little bit of energy when you get home at night.

The most import cycle for boosting T is in the morning. No doubt about it. That’s why leading researchers (and your mother) say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

So how can you take advantage of your body’s natural “Alpha” cycle in the morning?

Well I discovered a simple 8-minute routine you can do to boost T, burn fat and build muscle.

(And it’s not 8 minutes of exercise either!)

This information is so groundbreaking and exciting that I made a short video all about it. I call it “8-Minutes to Alpha” because this routine is so unique and powerful that it can change your life in just a few minutes per day. Click the link below to watch:

=> Watch Video: the Amazing 8-Minutes to Alpha Secret

To Unleashing the Alpha,

Craig Ballantyne


Thanks Craig!

If you liked today’s article, be sure to check out the 8 Minutes to Alpha course here.

Train hard, and talk soon -

- Forest Vance, MS, RKC II

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