got potential to be greater than you are. That's why you're in this
game. You just gotta tap into it. Animal Stak 2 was designed to help
you get the most out of the anabolic hormones you already have pumping
throughout your body.
STRENGTH!!!! My leg press was at an all time high and for 6 reps no
less! Body weight is getting lower and strength is increasing My
supplement regime has not changed other than adding this test product.
I am looking bigger and leaner than I did for my last show just a few
weeks ago and at a heavier body weight. You guys are definitely finding
the right chemical equations because everything I have tried that you
make has done something positive for my growth."
- Michael Archer, Florida
a serious lifter, you want to get bigger and stronger. Who doesn't? So
you look for every advantage. You train balls out and you eat big. But
you want more. Optimizing your body's levels of naturally-occurring
anabolic hormones - hormones like testosterone and growth hormone (GH)
- can make a huge difference when it comes to making the gains you
want. That's what we designed Animal Stak 2 to do - to work naturally
with your body to enhance the function of testosterone and growth
When it comes to optimizing hormone levels,
there's a couple of things to take into consideration: (1) first, you'd
want to make sure your testosterone levels aren't low - nutritional
deficiencies can cause low serum testosterone levels; (2) you'd want to
minimize the conversion of anabolic hormones like testosterone to
hormones such as estrogen and dihydrotestosterone (DHT); (3) finally,
you'd want to make sure that your ratios of free testosterone to
total testosterone are advantageous.
By addressing all three issues, you could tap into your body's true
potential. We engineered Animal Stak 2 to address all three aspects of
hormone management mentioned above, making it a complete natural test
pack. Animal Stak 2 contains ingredients to help prevent estrogen and
DHT conversion, a natural process. It also includes nutrients that can
help increase serum testosterone levels. Of the three though, the most
important element is probably the ratios of free to total
The average male has anywhere between 300-1000 ng/dl of total
testosterone in his body. Problem is, total testosterone doesn't
indicate how much testosterone is actually usable by the body. In other
words, even if you have high total testosterone levels, you can't take
advantage of it. This is because the vast majority of testosterone is
bound up in your body. That's why you have to look at free
testosterone. Free testosterone is the form of testosterone that exerts
the anabolic effects strength athletes are after; it's the stuff that
gives you results.
While valuable, the problem with free testosterone is that it comes in
very small quantities. In fact, only a tiny fraction of total
testosterone comes in the free, or active form (less than 2%). Think
about it this way: even though you might have 700 ng/dl of total
testosterone, only 14 ng/dl or less as free testosterone might be able
to enter cells in order to produce results by binding to androgen
receptors. So while you want to increase total testosterone, you
especially want to increase free testosterone.
So if you're looking for an alternate route to get the most out of
anabolic hormones, and you got everything else in order, then it's time
to give Animal Stak 2 a shot. Whether you have low, moderate, or high
testosterone levels, Animal Stak 2 can help you tap into that 98% of
testosterone in your body that is unusable so that you can reach your
potential. To read about actual results lifters got using Animal Stak 2
for three weeks, click here.
Lifters looking for a natural anabolic edge
Athletes wanting to avoid prohormones
Those interested in strength & performance
one pack daily for 3 consecutive weeks. On training days, take it 30
minutes prior to exercise. On non-training days, take it on an empty
stomach, between meals. For best results, cycle this product following
a schedule of three weeks on and one week off. This product can be
stacked with Animal Pak for superior results. Do not exceed
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