|By Marketwired .||
|April 15, 2014 07:57 PM EDT||
MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/15/14 -- The popularity of podcasts has seen an enormous growth over the last few years, spearheaded by Apple, which trademarked "IPODCAST", "IPOD", and "POD", and makes podcasts easily available on all of its mobile devices. Podcasts have become a convenient way for listeners -- or "podcatchers" -- to educate themselves on-the-go. The available categories are extremely versatile, ranging from news to comedy, from business to science, from sports to health. Each category has its own charts, providing users with helpful feedback of what the most popular podcasts are, backed up by a customer rating and review system. With the increasing number of podcasts that are available nowadays, a podcast has to be equally informative and entertaining to make the Top 10 of its category.
One such podcast is the Alpha Male Club podcast that just made its way up to number 4 in the iTunes health podcast directory. The Alpha Male Club podcast is hosted by James Swanwick, a New York-based ESPN anchor and journalist. Originally from Australia, James has been a journalist for newspapers and magazines all over the world for many years before he extended his career to television where he got to interview numerous high-profile personalities. His latest endeavor was launching the Alpha Male Club in cooperation with Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store, based on his realization of the extensive need for a platform for men, to give them advice on the everyday questions. Week after week James welcomes inspiring guests to his podcast, resulting in raving reviews from listeners and a solid 5-star rating. One podcaster enthuses: "James is an expert at interviewing and a star at asking the right questions. I'm always impressed at how he can get deep to the bottom of a story."
The podcast is only a part of an extensive online platform, the Alpha Male Club, where men can find tips on everyday topics and advice on how to improve their lives. Membership is free and the community is constantly growing: Together with the Facebook Group, The Alpha Male Tribe, more than 175,000 men have signed up for the platform already. The Alpha Male Club covers all the topics that men are confronted with on a daily basis and teaches them how to improve their relationships, make more money, have good manners, get fit and lean with exercise and nutrition, and simply be happy. The cooperation with Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store, a noted provider of health supplements, turned out to be an ideal match, since the company offers a range of supplements that were specifically developed for men.
The most popular product amongst alpha males is the natural testosterone booster, Advanced Test-O-Boost, which increases the testosterone levels, helping men to boost their muscle growth, using all natural ingredients such as L-Arginine or Tribulus Terrestrics. Other supplements that are available in the Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store are OrvigoMAX, a virility booster for men, or AminoMuscle, which is suited for any metabolism. Whatever the problem or question may be, the Alpha Male Club and the Niwali Test-O-Boost Health Store are both available 24/7 to help guys turn into real men!
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