11 to 1192 ng/dL Testosterone in 18 Months Naturally, aka. The TestShock Program Review

Christopher Walker’s TestShock (formerly Testosterone I/O) is a 100% natural testosterone optimization program that teaches you everything you ever need to know to about boosting testosterone levels naturally.

I like to call it “the complete A to Z guide for natural testosterone optimization”, and that’s exactly what TestShock is.

And I do sincerely mean that. After researching natural testosterone optimization for roughly five years now, there’s simply nothing that comes even close to the work that Chris has put into the program.

Seriously, all hype aside, if you’re ever going to optimize your natural hormone production, reading TestShock is exactly where you want to start from.

What’s In The Program

testshock program reviewTestShock is a downloadable pack of easy-to-digest and research based information, that includes the following digital products:

264-page e-book, readable on all devices.
3-hour long audiobook version.
3 full 6-month training programs.
4 sample weekly meal plans.
Full ’60-day money back guarantee’.

The program itself, follows a very linear and simple path, which is as follows:

Here’s an example of what TestShock looks like on screen:

testshock on screen


About The Author

chris walkers testshock program reviewThe author of TS, Chris Walker, is someone who I’d say is one of the World’s leading expert on natural testosterone optimization, and my “go-to guy” when I have hard time understanding something about the endocrine system.

He was the first ever student to graduate from the Duke university’s neuroscience program in three years, and not only does he thoroughly master the nervous system, Chris also knows awfully lot about the endocrine system.

So much in fact that he went from 11 ng/dL testosterone, all the way to 1192 ng/dL in a matter of 18 months. Completely naturally.

1192 ngdL testosterone
I asked Chris to write a quick piece about his story and how he got into natural testosterone optimization for this post, and here’s his reply:

I love when people ask me how I became so obsessed with boosting testosterone, because they never expect the answer. A brain tumor.

While my story is a bit more extreme than most guys, it also resonates with almost everyone who hears it. And heck, there are also TONS of dudes out there with the exact same symptoms I used to suffer.

And they want to get rid of it all. The depression, anxiety, insomnia, lack of libido, no-muscle, easy fat gain, high cortisol, and general lack of vigor for life. They want to throw all of that into the trash and move into a new period of their life: a period of dominance. Dominating their pursuits.

Healthy testosterone levels can do that for a man – it can give you the core confidence and empowered feeling that you need to go out and achieve your goals. Testosterone – by its nature – is the very essence of what it means to be a man. It’s the dominant male hormone. It defines you. From before you’re born, to the time you die. It shapes your life. It shapes your decisions.

And if anyone thinks this isn’t true, please go ask your buddy who’s suffering from low T problems.

Ask him if his low testosterone levels haven’t effected his confidence in some way. Ask him if it hasn’t effected how he feels every day. How he thinks. How he looks. His relationships. The decisions he makes every single day…

Believe me, it’s a powerful thing.

Your endocrine system effects EVERYTHING about your life. A healthy endocrine system = high well-being. An unhealthy endocrine system = disaster.

I remember my senior year in high school like it was yesterday. A naturally athletic guy, I – all of a sudden – lost nearly 30 pounds that year. I was as skinny as a rail. I was extremely depressed for no reason. Everything in my life was going great, but I didn’t see it that way. I was lost in depression – and I had no idea why.

After graduating, I went to my freshman year at Duke. The depression only got worse and worse. Again, for no reason. By all appearances my life was incredibly privileged. I had to eventually take an entire year off of school and move back to my parents’ house.

The doctors found the brain tumor in my pituitary gland, and it was blocking crucial hormone secretions, including testosterone. So I became obsessed with increasing my testosterone naturally. Drugs and synthetic hormone therapy were not an option for me. I knew too much about the awful side effects from my studies, so I chose to go 100% natural, and dig into the research to discover the optimal way to train, eat, and live to increase my T.

Within 18 months it was 1200 ng/dL. My plan worked. And since then, since I wrote it all down in , it’s helped thousands of other guys do the same.Christopher Walker


11 to 1192 ng/dL Testosterone in 18 Months Naturally, aka. The TestShock Program Review was last modified: February 7th, 2017 by Ali Kuoppala

Ali Kuoppala

Ali Kuoppala is the founder of Anabolic Men, and an Independent Researcher that has been credited with organizing the findings that have helped thousands of men reach hormonal balance.
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  1. Will on 08/04/2015 at 03:18

    TestShock is seriously a cool product. There is so much covered. Every time I read it fine a new piece of information that I utilize, whether diet, lifestyle, or training. It really is an a-z guide, no stone unturned.

    The only thing I could see people not liking is that there is so much information, they may think natural T enhancement isn’t possible. But, anyone who actually cares and has a true interest or need, will be more than happy with their purchase.

    • Ali Kuoppala on 08/04/2015 at 13:19

      Yup, I wish something like that would of have been available 4-5 years ago when I was completely lost with natural testosterone optimization.

      TS would of have saved me so much time…

      • Chris @ 19th Century Alpha on 29/04/2015 at 01:48

        You might not have built this site though. TestShock is cool and full of info for sure. This website is also a fantastic live piece of information that might not have been created otherwise. I for one, am very happy your site exists Ali!

  2. Flo on 08/04/2015 at 13:32

    Is it any different than the first e-book he released a while ago? Or it’s just an optimised version of it? Should I get it?

    • Ali Kuoppala on 08/04/2015 at 13:38

      It has a lot of the same stuff as in I/O, except that now the program is in audio too, and the videos on member site are new. If I remember correctly, I/O customers have the possibility to upgrade to TS without buying it separately.

      I’ll have to ask Chris about that.

      • Mood Shake on 11/06/2015 at 02:57

        The major problem I have with Chris is the misinformation being given. He didn’t go 11 ng to 1200 ng just like that. He had a tumor that brought it way below what it should have been. If your T is low (it’s not a toomah) then you’re likely not going to boost it up that much or so drastically.

        • Christopher Walker on 18/06/2015 at 17:50

          Why not? I never got the tumor removed. Tons of clients have seen similar results. That just sounds like an excuse to not try.

          • Mood Shake on 18/06/2015 at 18:16

            I doubt your clients had results in the magnitude of 11 ng/dL to 1192 ng/dL.

            I have no doubts that your clients improved nor do I have doubts about the program in general since it’s all mainly a rehash of what’s been said before. But saying or implying one can go from 11 ng to 1192 ng/dL is very misleading. It’s fairer to say going from say 300 ng to 600 ng, or 1000 ng which could be a little more realistic and honest.

            You had a unique case where you went from 11 ng to 1200 ng due to a pituitary issue – for all we know your pituitary gland could have become unblocked. I wouldn’t know though since n = 1.

          • iron word on 07/03/2016 at 21:03

            @mastermood:disqus Your reply is the most thought out i have read here. I think the real concern is that men should see an endo if they are having low t issues to see if they can get that remedied first. A change in diet and life style will help a bit but not in the magnitude of what is represented here. I too have studied the endocrine system and changes in 200- 300 ng/dl are possible in a healthy person who is out of shape by just eating healthier and sticking to a moderate exercise program.

  3. Andy on 16/08/2015 at 17:07

    I’m not sure were I stand on this.

    In regards to Chris Walker. His before and after photos are massively underwhelming. Almost the same.

    He looks reasonably strong and healthy, but they are very similar. His T level difference is the equivalent of him going high quantities of illegal anabolic steroids. (100 times higher.) Yet somehow he looks almost the same. Some one (under 30 or so) with ok genetics and no substantial change in T could do that in a couple months.

    • Al Antico on 08/09/2015 at 14:04

      I think your missing the point. Chris Walker has studied the endocrine system. He knows the absolute ins and outs of maintaining and optimizing T-Levels to the utmost maximum. How about you give testshock a try instead of bashing chris’s lifestyle like he didn’t accomplish what he set out to do.

  4. Kero on 02/10/2015 at 12:32

    This article is bullshit. For scientific reasons.

    If you have a pituitary tumor blocking your hormone secretion, there is absoluetly no way to increase your testosterone. No matter what you do it doesn’t increase unless you remove/shrink that tumor,by surgery,radiotherapy, or drugs. And this guy tells he throwed away the meds. LOL. He’s making money with that story. If you noticed he has blood result showing his testosterone level about 1100 ng/dL (which is doesn’t include LH and FSH, so you can’t know if its natural production or not) but there are no blood result showing his 11 ng/dL level of testosterone he’s talking about. Because the number is made up.

    Let me explain more about testosterone production.

    1)Hypothalamus produces gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH)
    2)GnRH stimulates pituitary gland to release LH and FSH (these two also called gonadotropins)
    3)LH stimulates leydig cells (found in testicles) to produce testosterone
    4)FSH stimulates sperm production

    If you have a pituitary tumor and low testosterone,the tumor interrupts second stage by making GnRH useless, so it blocks gonadotropin secretion.
    No matter how much you train,eat,live etc. if you have a pituitary tumor, your testosterone levels doesn’t raise. And this guy claims he still has the tumor. (facepalm)

    Pituitary tumors are usually benign, and usually don’t need surgery/radiotherapy as long as it stays benign. The treatment are simply replacing hormones (there are other endocrine glands controlled by hypothalamus and pituitary gland such as thyroids, adrenals etc.) that are interrupted by tumor.

    “A tumor, sitting in my pituitary gland – the “master gland” of the endocrine system – blocking the secretion of a handful of major player hormones. The big takeaway (or at least the only thing I cared about as a guy)… I hadn’t produced testosterone in years.”

    That’s another lie. Pituitary tumors have different types. Every pituitary tumor doesn’t have to interfere with every hormone of the pituitary gland.

    He also says his tumor interferes another hormones of pituitary gland, but he only cared about gonadotropins (which stimulates testosterone production)

    Gonadotropin deficiency can make you feel down, but absoluetly isn’t a life threatening situation.

    But, for example if you are deficient of ACTH (another hormone of pituitary gland,which stimulates cortisol production in adrenals), it may be life threatening and it definitely doesn’t get cured by working out.

    Bottom line, this guy doesn’t know anything about endocrine system, and he made up this story to earn money. If you have a pituitary tumor, you can’t ‘overcome’ of the tumors effect unless you receive a treatment.

    I tried to explain this as possible. I saw this guys story before but didn’t have time to reply.

    For further, search ‘pituitary adenomas/tumors, hypopituitarism, hypothalamic-pituitary-end organ axis’.

  5. Ezequiel on 27/01/2016 at 14:54

    i want! how do i get it?

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