Blackmarket AdreNOlyn Bulk Pre-Workout and Testosterone Booster Review
Blackmarket AdreNOlyn Bulk Pre-Workout and Testosterone Booster Review First Look:
I have two days remaining until my first vacation away with the girlfriend.
I have pulled out all of the stops. Nice hotel, great location with excellent food and wine plus all flights and transfers arranged, the only thing left remaining is finding someone to feed my car while we are away.
With all of this in mind and the behind the scenes arrangements going on it is hard to sometimes ensure that everything else isn’t being overlooked. Going to the gym for instance.
Therefore, I always like to make sure I can give my body the best chance it can get to build muscle and strength.
As a result I use TestoFuel to maximize my testosterone production and on the days I am working out, or am just hungover, I like to use 4GAUGE as my pre workout.
However, this supplement combines both testosterone booster ingredients with those more commonly found in a pre workout formula.
So, can it really be as effective as two different supplement? Will it help me save time and money?
Let’s take a look.
Salt (sodium) – An essential mineral; its consumption is critical to our health. However, Americans plus a lot of Western countries do consume double the recommended daily intake.
Excess sodium may not raise blood pressure, but it is associated with other health issues, such as kidney damage and an increased risk of cognitive decline.
Vitamin C – Its antioxidant properties mean vitamin C provides neuroprotective effects and benefits for blood flow.
By protecting the testes from oxidative stress, vitamin C can also preserve testosterone levels.
Beta-alanine – Supplementation of this non essential amino acid aids the production of carnosine. That’s a compound that plays a role in muscle endurance in high-intensity exercise.
That said, studies have not exactly been positive nor entirely conclusive.
D-Aspartate, DAA – D-aspartic acid is one of two forms of the amino acid aspartic acid. The other form is L-aspartate. The benefits of D-AA are specific to it, and do not extend to aspartic acid or L-aspartate. D-AA can be used as a testosterone booster for infertile men, and by athletes as a temporary booster.
D-AA works in the central brain region to cause a release of hormones, such as luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone, and growth hormone. Importantly, unlike some pro-hormones and steroids, it does not raise estrogen levels.
A dose of 2000-3000mg is required.
Bitter Orange (Citrus Aurantium) – At present, Citrus aurantium may be the best thermogenic substitute for ephedra. However, more studies are needed to establish this definitively.
Bitter orange is possibly unsafe when taken as a supplement for a medical purpose such as weight loss.
Bitter orange, particularly when taken with stimulants such as caffeine or caffeine-containing herbs, increases the risk for high blood pressure, fainting, heart attack, stroke, and other severe side effects.
There are reports that bitter orange can trigger headaches, including migraine and cluster headaches, in some people.
Bitter orange can cause sensitivity to the sun. Wear sunblock outside, especially if you are light-skinned.
Creatine – A well regarded supplement overall!
Supplementation increases creatine storage and promotes a faster regeneration of adenosine triphosphate between high intensity exercises.
These improved outcomes will increase performance and promote greater training adaptations.
Caffeine – This can assist with endurance, tested athletes saw an edge from caffeine in scientific studies. In some trials, the stimulant boosted athletes’ speed. In others, it helped them last longer before they spent all their energy.
Caffeine also raises the metabolism which means you burn more calories. Some studies show that it can curb soreness after exercise, too.
Caffeine Anhydrous is the purest form so always look for that.
L-Dopa (Macuna Pruriens) – This is actually good for treating people with Parkinsons. There’s a mixed bag of results for testosterone but look mainly positive.
Results have shown an increase in testosterone levels in infertile men, however, results are very limited for fertile men.
It is effective to reduce cortisol levels – high stress levels can harm testosterone production.
Betaine (trimethylglycine) – This has been recommended as a compound that will increase athletic performance.
However, results from studies have been quite unreliable thus far of Betaine.
A dose of 12500mg has been linked to increased power output, very minimal increase of workout volume and slight endurance. Then again studies have showed no increase of any of the aforementioned parameters.
Agmatine – Agmatine is considered to be a neurotransmitter and neuromodulator.
The majority use agmatine injections, not oral ingestion and there is still no evidence that working memory is enhanced with agmatine supplementation.
1 scoop per day which equates to 9243mg.
For a pre workout and testosterone booster combined that is not a massive amount at all and is eclipsed by many pre workout supplements.
Effects & Benefits:
Sodium is good for replacing vital lost salts through perspiration when you exercise. However, too much can be unhealthy and a typical Western diet contains a lot of salt.
Vitamin C is good for preserving testosterone levels.
D-Aspartic Acid is a proven and effective ingredient to increase testosterone levels.
L-Dopa seems to have a positive effect at increasing testosterone levels in men who are infertile. However, it is estimated by the World Health Organisation that only 12% of men globally are infertile.
Creatine is a proven ingredient able to increase strength and size.
Caffeine is a well know and well regarded stimulant able to help you stay awake and alert plus give you the energy to perform.
This is mainly made up of a proprietary blend. This means we do not actually know the exact amount of each ingredient listed.
This is particularly important for ingredients such as D-Aspartic Acid, Creatine and Agmatine.
I suspect that there’s no where near enough for each one included as the combined blend only consists of 9185mg.
There’s also Citrus Aurantium which being a stimulant can cause a number of issues from high blood pressure to a heart attack.
Betaine needs 12500mg to increase power output.
Agamatine isn’t proven to be effective.
Beta-Alanine isn’t proven to provide any other benefit other than make your head and limbs tingle.
L-Dopa will only benefit men who are infertile, therefore, eliminating 88% of the global male population.
Blackmarket AdreNOlyn Bulk Pre-Workout and Testosterone Booster Review Conclusion:
This sounds like the answer to many of the issues faced by people today that we are continually popping many different pills and drinking different shakes.
This 2-in-1 supplement covering both testosterone stimulation and offering the energy to smash your workout sounds ideal.
On the surface it does.
However, as is usually the case with these supplements that try top achieve everything, they are just not dosed with enough of the required different ingredients to be as effective as other single supplements.
Not only that, this is coupled with a low overall dose and a proprietary blend meaning we have no idea of how much of each ingredient is included.
This is not good when ingredients such as D-AA, Agmatine and Creatine are dose dependent.
So what we have is a supplement lacking the power to really be that effective. Plus it also includes a potentially dangerous ingredient and a couple which are not proven to be effective.
Back to the drawing board.