The Testosterone Advantage Plan: Lose Weight, Gain Muscle, Boost Energy
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The Testosterone Advantage Plan: Lose Weight, Gain Muscle, Boost Energy

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For years now, the so-called experts have told you to avoid the foods you love. That you're supposed to ditch the weight room and jog your way to maximum fitness. And that testosterone -- the hormone that makes you a man -- is actually a problem for you, rather than the solution to your problems. In the meantime, American men have kept ge...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published January 2nd 2003 by Touchstone (first published January 1st 2002)
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This is basic primer geared toward men on how to go about working out and losing weight with the not so hidden subtext being that the reader will gain massive, rock-hard, slut satisfying erections in the process.

All the information is presented in self conscious guy-speak. It's not so bad. It's actually kind of entertaining. As a beginner I actually appreciated the numbskull approach. This covers clear goals, food plans and sets the reader up to continue beyond to more advanced programs. I thou...more
Two starts because I dont see a lot of new stuff here. This book claims (and maybe rightly so) that we should eat according to our body type. Light framed people need nutrients in different proportion to large or medium framed people because we all have different testosterone needs and eating certain ways incread or decrease those levels. It trys to explain why and how that is so, then it has diets that are in line with that thinking and and exercise program. For me it was just another diet and...more
Deepak Chaudhary
This book is a bit old now but is still a great recourse and i learned a lot from it. I would recommend it because though there are better training books out there now like built for show this book still has a lot of info that others do not.
Alvaro Vazquez
Interesante, pero tiene mucha paja...
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