Mark Tremonti has announced a new lifestyle plan to help men who are suffering from low testosterone.
The plan is based on his best-selling book titled A Dying Breed, which was released in the US last year.
“I started writing the book after seeing an article in Rolling Stone magazine about how much money is being spent by men on testosterone replacement therapy,” he says.
He says that he was shocked by how many men were doing it and he decided to write a book to help them.
“If you don’t have enough testosterone, then your body doesn’t work properly,” he says. “You don’t have enough energy or strength.”
He says that there are a lot of studies showing that too much testosterone can cause problems with the heart, but not enough can cause problems with sex life and mood.
“There’s a lot of research showing that too much testosterone can cause a lot of problems with the heart,” he says. “But not enough can cause problems with sex life and mood.”
Mark Tremonti, lead guitarist for the bands Alter Bridge and Creed, has recently released a new book. This autobiography is full of stories about Mark’s life with his bandmates, family, and friends.
Mark’s new book also details his experiences with low testosterone. Based on Mark’s personal experience as well as scientific evidence, his suggestions help men who suffer from testosterone deficiency to improve their physical and mental health.
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If you’re a man over the age of 30, chances are you know what it’s like to feel lethargic, out of shape and maybe a little…soft.
But now, there’s a new way to fight back. It’s called The Mark Tremonti Method, the new health regimen that is sweeping the nation.
For years, guitar god Mark Tremonti has been rocking faces in bands like Creed and Alter Bridge, and working with his own band Tremonti. But he’s also been working on something else: A health plan that would help him recover from injuries while maintaining a high level of energy and performance…and it’s helped him cut an amazing amount of fat from his frame!
And now he wants to share this method with you!
“I wanted to feel better,” says Tremonti about his motivation for creating the Mark Tremonti Method. “I was tired all the time, I wasn’t in great shape…I had a lot of aches and pains. I didn’t want to be like that anymore.”
Mark Tremonti, guitarist and lead songwriter for the multi-platinum rock band Alter Bridge, is excited to announce the release of his new guitar instruction book, The Sound and the Story.
The Sound and the Story, published by Hal Leonard Books, is a comprehensive look at Tremonti’s approach to writing songs as well as his techniques for rhythm and lead guitar playing. The book also includes a look inside Tremonti’s personal guitar collection, a thorough breakdown of his live performance rig and a section on his songwriting process.
The life of Mark Tremonti, lead guitarist for the band Creed, has been full of hard work, dedication, and success. Although he is one of the most well-known guitarists in the rock music industry today, this has not always been the case for him. In his new book My Second Life: A Guide to Finding Yours, Tremonti talks about his childhood and how he became one of the most sought-after musicians in the world.
Tremonti grew up in Orlando, Florida, and attended Lake Brantley High School. He was a self-described “loner” who spent most of his time alone listening to music and learning to play guitar. By the time he graduated from high school, he had been accepted into a music program at Florida State University where he studied classical guitar.
It was during this time that Tremonti began writing songs with his friend Scott Phillips, who also played drums. These two musicians formed a band called Creed in 1993 and released their debut album My Own Prison in 1997.
In 1999 they released their second album Human Clay which went on to sell over 11 million copies worldwide and make them one of the biggest bands in America. The band continued releasing albums until 2003 when they decided to take