Joxers and Testosterone

Revolutionary underwear that promotes testosterone and sperm production while ensuring freedom and comfort for any size penis.

Joxers and Testosterone . . . a match made in Mzanzi!

Joxers and testosteroneJoxers and Testosterone . . . what does underwear have to do with the most important hormone, let’s call it “T” for short, for men? It is quite simple . . . your testes need to be kept under optimum temperature in order to produce this magical ingredient that makes men, men! And that is why Joxers and Testosterone is indeed a match made in Mzanzi but available to the men of the world.

 The birth of Joxers

Where did the concept start? For as long as I can remember I had a problem with underwear. Ordinary briefs or tight boxers always turned out to be too restrictive in the crotch area (and this is not because I am trying to impress anybody). This usually worsened after the first wash and I couldn’t wait to get rid of them after work and experience some freedom! I ended up buying larger underwear in an attempt to create some space. This strategy failed because it ended up with a poor fit around the waist (allowing them to slide down whenever you bend down) and legs (allowing all and sundry to “fall out”).

A workable solution to the space problem is loose boxers. Not a bad choice but they are hot! They leave you with too much fabric under tighter clothes (not to mention how you have to struggle to get the material around your legs smoothed-out AFTER putting on your pants). And worst of all, leaving you with a stickiness between the legs on a hot summers day as there is nothing to isolate your penis and scrotum from your legs!

My solution was a Joxer! Joxers are a fusion between an ordinary pair of briefs and a loose boxer short. It was designed to provide the space needed with a lot less fabric – AND you get to choose the amount of space you need! It is cooler due to the design and fabric (Hemp) used in the production and let’s be honest, a lot sexier than a boxer!

 Why is there a need for Joxers?

Why do we need space? The obvious reason is for comfort. Your penis and scrotum is free but contained and it could go through the day in its natural position. You don’t have to “dress” Mr Limpy right or left in an attempt to give it some space to navigate. The overriding motivation is however for health reasons!

During the development of the concept I did a lot of research. Apart from the obvious, i.e. to get scientific data on flaccid penis lengths in order to determine the pouch sizes and the optimum fabric to use, it also involved establishing health reasons to support the concept.

Some of you might know that your scrotum needs to regulate its temperature for optimum sperm production. They don’t hang low because they are “full” . . . they hang low because they need to cool themselves down! Heat is your scrotums’ (and little soldiers’) worst enemy. I recently learned that heat is also very detrimental to testosterone production!

 Joxers and Testosterone – The facts!

Chad Howse published a study (The Testosterone Cheat Sheet) and I took the following extract from the article and want to suggest you read the whole thing and decide for yourself:

Testosterone is produced in the testes, and it originates from cholesterol, which you get from dietary fats and is the hormone that makes men, men!

 Dr. Christina Wang of the University of California at Los Angeles, in studying the effects of testosterone treatment on men with testosterone deficiency, found that men expressed feelings of edginess, anger, irritability, and aggression prior to treatment (J: the grumpy old men syndrome) . . . unfortunately not only older men as the occurrence of low T levels are increasingly also found in men under 30). After treatment, their anger and agitation decreased and their sense of optimism and friendliness heightened

 Testosterone is (thus) not only not the rage-inducing hormone that it was (and is) believed to be, it’s also vital to the mental health (J: and obviously sexual health) of a men. It’ll help you gain confidence by improving your body composition and it’ll also help you ward off depression. Yes, high natural levels of testosterone help prevent depression. Having healthy natural T levels have been shown to increase energy levels, reduce the risk of cancer and type 2 diabetes, not to mention the fact that T helps repair muscle tissue, and contributes to fat loss.”

 Joxers and Testosterone – The ideal match!

What causes low T levels in men and what to do about it (this is not in order of occurrence or importance)? According to Chad these are the culprits:

  •  A diet with too little fat! You need to consume more saturated and monounsaturated animal fats – preferably from organic sources (J: also supported by Prof Tim Noakes but for other reasons). Meat isn’t what it used to be either… The meat bought in supermarkets is far from what it used to be. Today, the cattle, turkey, chicken, and pork that are sold there are filled with chemicals that raise estrogen in men. I’ve long been on the fence with regards to grass fed, organic meat and poultry because of cost, but not any longer. Buy grass-fed, organic meet (also for the sake of the animals). If you have access to it, buy wild game. Keep your produce organic as well . . . Pesticides are testicle-killers. Stay away from them. Organic produce is more expensive, but compensate by buying less. Eat less – 10-15% if you really need to – but at a higher quality. Organic oats, fruits, and vegetables should be the only option as they aren’t sprayed with the chemicals that most produce has on it.
  • As I mentioned on top another one of these factors is heat. The constant wearing of tight underwear and boxers also contributes to low T in men, as your testicles need to be cooled to produce T and sperm. A solution is to wear loose boxers (or Joxers if I may).
  • Over training, lack of sleep and stress produces more cortisol (the stress hormone)address these issues such as scheduling your sleep to ensure you get enough, get enough rest between training sessions and handle your stress levels
  • BPA! This is a chemical found in plastics and other products. Not only is it toxic for humans, but BPA is also estrogenic, meaning it mimics estrogen in the body and binds to estrogen hormone receptors. Exposure to BPA can be especially dangerous for infants. The obvious solution is to avoid plastics and even some deodorants and shower gels as it might contain BPA.
  • Soy. Soy naturally raises estrogen levels in men and women. The problem with soy is that it’s in almost everything – from cereals, to sauces, to supplements, soy is an ingredient that you most likely consume all the time. Get in the habit of reading food labels. If you see “soy” in the ingredients, avoid it. If it says it “may be package in environments containing soy and other nuts”, don’t worry about it, its fine to consume. As you become aware of which foods contain soy, you’ll no longer have to continually read food labels.
  • Alcohol (J: Eish!) Alcohol is estrogenic, especially beer. I’m not one to cut alcohol out of my life, so I don’t expect you to either. Just practice moderation. Red wine is one of the few sources of alcohol that’s actually good for you. Where you run into big trouble are those binge nights where 2 glasses of wine turns into shots, beers, and a wicked hang-over. Keep those nights minimal.
  • Packaged Foods. Eat foods that you can either kill, pick or harvest, and always choose organic. Packed, frozen, and canned foods are riddled with chemicals that can raise estrogen levels. Exceptions are there, but are rare – oats, brown rice etc… Stay away from the frozen isle in the grocery store, unless you’re buying frozen berries.

 Joxers and Testosterone – The final say!

Does all of this not sound like a good reason to go and try the underwear? I can promise you, you will never want to wear anything else again in the future . . .

  •  . . . and for the lady-folk out there who might think this underwear has to do with male ego’s . . . have some sympathy and just for one minute imagine what it would have been like for you to only have training bras available to wear for the rest of your life,
  • and all the possibilities that higher testosterone levels could bring . . . Joxers and Testosterone – indeed a match made for men . . . and it all happened in Mzanzi (AKA South Africa for those who wondered)!

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