About The Author

(Last Updated On: July 22, 2019)

About The Author

My name is Paul Gardner and I am the editor, main researcher and writer for testojunction.com.

I am 59 years old and currently live in the outskirts of London.

Sport and fitness has been a massive part of my life, as a younger man I used to swim competitively. Representing the county at events both home and abroad.

I have also been an avid squash and tennis player too, I cycle and have been a keen gym goer all through my life. I am currently now learning to play golf.

The way the body responds to exercise has always fascinated me.

I have a CPD accreditation in Sports Nutrition, and have studied and have been writing about nutrition, hormones, natural ingredients and sports supplements for over 12 years and have had articles published in many popular publications.

One area that I have a particular interest in is how hormones play a massive part in our development, fitness, muscularity, strength and of course our sexual development.

Of these, two hormones in particular are most crucial. Growth Hormone and Testosterone are responsible for our development during puberty.

Throughout our entire lives they control and regulate virtually all key aspects of our health and our masculinity.

The Effects Of Testosterone And Growth Hormones

Most bodybuilders, athletes and keen gym goers know that maintaining optimum levels of testosterone and growth hormone are crucial to building muscle mass and increasing strength, energy and performance.

As we get older, our natural hormone production starts to reduce. A fact which at my age particularly interests me.

Experts tell us that from the age of around 30 our testosterone production starts to reduce by about 1-2% per year. 

Gradually, almost unnoticeable at first the effects of this reduction build slowly.

Sufferers can start to experience reduced muscle tone, lack of strength. disturbed sleep, poor moods, anxiety and a definite reduction in sex drive and performance.

They can also start to develop more body fat, particularly around the stomach.

I have personally experienced low T, I was diagnosed a number of years ago

Because of my own health issues, I have researched and studied the subject in great depth. 

The Aims Of TestoJunction.com 

The purpose of this website is to share my research and provide you with the information that I have learned about these hormones themselves, along with the various  aspects of boosting both testosterone and growth hormone. 

I will share with you the various methods of treatment, both drug, synthetic and natural. The pro’s and cons of anabolic steroids, and of course natural testosterone boosting options too. 

On the subject of natural T-boosters, there are literally hundreds of products out there. The supplement marketplace can be an overwhelming and confusing place to be.

“I have tried to sort the good from the bad.”

In doing this, I have managed to identify the T-boosting products that in my opinion, use overinflated claims and marketing hype to simply make you part with your hard earned money with no real benefits.

I am instead, more than happy to point you in the direction of the relatively small number of good quality, well formulated T-boosting products that I have found actually deliver on their promises.

If you have any questions, I would be happy to hear from you.

Please feel free to get in touch with me directly using the contact form below, or message me on my facebook page and I will respond as quickly as I can, usually within 12 hours and in most cases much quicker.

You can also contact me via twitter

Thanks for visiting testojunction.com

Best Wishes

Paul


The information in this website is for advice and guidance only. It is based on my own intensive research and personal experiences, and is not intended in any way to replace professional medical advice, or to diagnose or treat any health conditions. All rights reserved.