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College Football Safety Darius Drake.


Why do college football team’s schedule a Cupcake/Bottom Feeder before their Biggest Game of the Year?

Why do the Best Boxers work their way up the ranks by scheduling weaker opponents?

Why do lions with darker manes DOMINATE other male lions?

Higher Levels of Testosterone

Who this product is for?

Andro-Shock is for athletes who want to get Better and Faster Results from their Training.

Andro-Shock IS NOT for athletes who will treat Andro-Shock like it is a Magic Pill and not put in the Hard Work!


Every dream you imagine, everything you see and hear and feel in your sleep, that’s not a fantasy, that’s your deep instinct telling you it can all be real.

Follow those visions and dreams and desires, and believe what you know. Only you can turn those dreams into reality.

Never stop until you do.

The greatest battles you will ever fight are with yourself, and you must always be your toughest opponent. Always demand more of yourself than others demand of you.

Be honest with yourself, and you’ll be able to meet every challenge with confidence and the deep belief that you are prepared for anything. Life can be complicated; the truth is not.

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On the Serengeti plain, the lady lion prefers a male with a black mane.

That’s the finding of a study analyzing how the dense collar of hair about the neck of male lions affects the love life of Africa’s biggest cat.

Peyton M. West, a researcher at the University of Minnesota, said it’s the mane color, not the length, that matters most to the female lions of Tanzania.

“We were completely surprised by this,” said West, first author of the study appearing last week in the journal Science.

West said the female lions may instinctively be drawn to the black manes because males with darker manes seem superior in a number of ways.

“A dark mane is apparently a marker the female uses to evaluate the fitness of a male,” she said, suggesting that lions’ manes evolved over time through sexual selection.

Dark-maned male lions generally have a higher level of testosterone, “which means they are more aggressive fighters,” West said.

 This can be key to raising cubs successfully.

An aggressive male is better able to chase away invading bachelors who try to take over the pride, West said.

This is important because if there is a change in male leadership of a pride, the new dominant male routinely kills all the young cubs sired by the deposed male. Thus, by choosing to mate dark-maned, aggressive males, a female lion gives her young a better chance of surviving.

West said that records collected for decades by scientists observing lions in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park show that male lions with dark manes are more likely to recover from wounds. Why this is so remains a mystery.

She noted that dark manes seem to intimidate other male lions, which means a lion with a black collar of hair has to fight less often and therefore has fewer injuries.

West and her co-author, Craig Packer of the University of Minnesota, investigated the effects of mane color by setting up life-sized models of lions near where the animals lived in the Serengeti.

She said they found that female lions, when given a choice, would try to seduce the models that had the darker mane, ignoring those with blond hair.

Male lions, West said, were more likely to attack the lion models with short manes or with light-colored manes, while avoiding the models with black manes.
West said that most prides have a surplus of female adults and that during mating season the female lions will try to lure the males into fathering cubs. She said the researchers discovered that females gave most of their attention to the males with the dark manes.

The darker the man, the closer the male is to the top of his game. 

The color of a lion’s mane directly correlates with his health, testosterone, and status. Mane color indicates a lion’s Power to other lions. The darker the mane, the more powerful the lion; when darker, the lion will scare off potential rivals or attract potential mates.

A lighter mane conveys the opposite.
Mane color is not static—it changes according to the health of the lion. The mane will lighten if the lion has health issues or loses a fight.

It will darken again after he recovers, moves to more hospitable territory, or receives nourishment.


Testosterone PLAY A HUGE ROLE IN YOUR PERFORMANCE and because of the internet there is a CRAZY AMOUNT of misinformation.

Testosterone is the main male steroid hormone, driving the development of male sex characteristics. It’s typically considered the prime hormonal driver of anabolism, the process by which things grow–particularly muscle.

Testosterone has several roles that are VERY INTERESTING TO ATHLETES. It plays a role in training response by driving many of the positive adaptations that we as athletes want.

These positive adaptations include increases in muscle mass following strength training.

Testosterone increases the rates of muscle protein synthesis post-training, which tends to occur over the long term as testosterone increases the transcription of genes driving increased muscle protein synthesis and, hence, muscle hypertrophy.

Physiological responses are well illustrated in studies where researchers gave subjects supplemental testosterone (which is banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency) and watched its impact on muscle growth. In a famous study from 1996 and published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a group of researchers compared increases in muscle size and strength in a group of subjects given testosterone and undertook strength training compared to those doing strength training alone.

The results were clear; supplemental testosterone had a huge effect on increasing muscle size and strength. The testosterone and exercise group increased muscle size more than 600mm in their quadriceps, compared to a loss of over 100mm for the exercise-only group. They also improved their bench press 1RM by 9kg while the exercise-only group stayed the same.


There is also emerging research suggesting that testosterone has short-term, non-genetic effects, such as altering energy metabolism and motor system function, both of which can support resistance training adaptations.



Testosterone impacts our motivation as athletes to train and compete. In a group of female athletes, Christian Cook and Martyn Beaven found that, over the course of five training sessions, circulating testosterone levels impacted the load chosen by the athletes to lift. Here, higher levels of testosterone were associated with greater training weights selected, indicating that when testosterone increases, so does motivation to train.

In a group of professional rugby players, higher pre-game testosterone levels were associated with an increased chance of victory while lower levels increased the chances of a loss. This adds support to the assertion that higher levels of testosterone impact motivation.

It’s clear that ensuring optimal testosterone levels will likely support athletic performance. But how can we do that? The Easiest way is by taking.

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