Meet The Team
My name is Paul Gardner, I am the owner, editor and chief writer for testosteroneboostersuk.co.uk.
I have always had a passion for sports and exercise. I used to swim competitively in my youth and represented my county at events both at home and abroad. I am an avid tennis player and am a regular visitor to the gym.
I have a particular interest in how the body responds to exercise, the part that hormones play in this process is my main area of research.
I have a CPD accreditation in Sports Nutrition and have had many of my articles published in popular publications.
The aim of this website, is to provide information on testosterone, its importance to your general health, how it works in the body to help maintain muscle mass, boost strength and improve sex drive.
I cover the various methods of boosting testosterone, using both synthetic, man made drugs and natural supplements. Using my in depth research and personal experiences as a guide, I will give you unbiased, honest advice and recommendations.
I would like to introduce you to the other writers on this website:
Ryan Crawley is a fitness expert with over 20 years in the health industry.
He also has his Masters degree in Education, and enjoys educating others on how to improve their own health and fitness while also keeping it interesting along the way.
His articles have been published in numerous sports magazines.
Ryan resides in Illinois with his medical doctor wife and two loving dogs Flair and Smoosh.
A qualified personal trainer, Liam studied Bsc Sports Science at university.
He loves anything sports related, he works out, cycles, swims and regularly take part in triathlons and his favourite event- Tuff Mudder.
He particularly enjoys developing and writing both workout and nutritional programs that will suit his various clients needs. He has had his articles published both online and in various bodybuilding magazines…
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If you have any questions or comments, I would love to hear from you. Use the form below and I will respond personally – usually within 12 hours and often much quicker.