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When you want to boost available testosterone to increase muscle building, you have at least three pathways to choose from: 1) add testosterone to your body from outside sources, 2) support production of additional levels of testosterone within your body, or 3) encourage your body to “free” up bound testosterone that’s already floating around in your system. This stack does all three.

D-aspartic acid: This amino is produced by the pituitary gland and testicles and helps boost the release of luteinizing hormone, which boosts testosterone levels by as much as 40 percent. D-aspartic acid also increases energy and enhances focus.

Carnitine: A compound of the amino acids lysine and methionine, carnitine enhances testosterone’s action within muscle cells and boosts energy levels during workouts by moving stored body fat into cells where it can be burned for energy. Another benefit of carnitine is its ability to promote recovery by reducing muscle tissue damage from exercise.

Boron: This trace mineral can increase levels of free testosterone, or the amount of the hormone that is not bound to sex hormone-binding globulin. SHBG prevents testosterone from entering muscle cells and binding to androgen receptors, so the more free testosterone you have, the greater the potential for muscle growth. Boron may even lower estrogen levels, further increasing testosterone levels.

Branched-chain amino acids: This group of amino acids supports testosterone levels by reducing levels of the catabolic hormone cortisol, which is released after training. Cortisol inhibits testosterone’s muscle-building effects and encourages muscle tissue breakdown.

Find them all in: MuscleTech’s Anotest