When you put out your hand to shake with a client, you are putting culture into action and conveying a set of ideas about connecting with others that, in the case of a handshake, emphasize human touch as a way to strengthen relationships. Of course, not everyone does this–there are plenty of other ways to accomplish the same goal, such as bowing. But these behaviors are so deeply engrained that we usually do them without awareness that they convey meaning based in values and ideas of the culture we happen to inhabit. And those meanings are being read and interpreted by others either consciously or subconsciously.
"I'm 53 years old and my passion is surfing the oceans worldwide – big waves. Since taking Andro400, I'm now down to my ideal weight – from 185 to 175 now which is probably a net 15 pound loss, taking into account that the increased muscle I have now is heavier than the fat it replaced. My energy level is up. I feel strong and more physically fit in general. Also, from surfing I have been injured many times – for example I've broken my neck and pelvis among other things. Taking Andro400, I have much less pain overall – and I've been able to take less pain medication and anti-inflammatory drugs .”
-- Marc Magana, San Marcos, CA