Midway Labs Military Trail EREFORCE Testosterone Booster Review
Midway Labs EREFORCE Testosterone Booster Review First Look:
With one bank holiday weekend firmly behind us, it is only a vacation that I have to look forward to for the moment.
Another break is planned but not until October and I do not feel the weather will be much fun once winter starts to draw in.
Therefore, it is time to maximize efforts in the gym for this final chance to show off and strut around the pool to show my girlfriend who is the man.
No doubt some Mediterranean stallion will take all of my attention…
Eitherway, confidence must remain high and the lifts must remain heavy to truly create the body I want.
I don’t want to look like I care too much and chase that perfect, ripped and sculpted physique straight from the cover of Men’s Health.
No, I want to look muscular, but a well used muscular physique. A body with purpose, not just for the look.
Even though, it all boils down to the look. Let’s be honest with ourselves.
So what am I trying to achieve?
Well, I play rugby, so a good strong and thick torso with thick legs is ideal.
The image of being powerful, but for a reason, not just for the sake of it.
As a result, I have been hammering the deadlifts of late which can really increase your overall size.
I have also been smashing the testosterone boosters too which have helped me feel better overall, helped me cut a bit of fat and lift more with improved recovery times.
Therefore, as an advocate I always try to find new products and see how they compare.
This product from Midway Labs looks a professional option. The bottle and graphics are strike me as being well thought out and of a high quality which can be missed with some products.
Pumpkin Seed – Pumpkin seeds are great for Magnesium which is good for testosterone production.
Saw Palmetto – this fatty acid was long touted to help boost testosterone levels, but those claims turned out to be false.
It is effective in suppressing prostate growth though. So could help if you are taking steroids or Prohormones.
Tongkat Ali – Eurycoma (LongJack) is a pro-fertility agent and aphrodisiac that appears to have a large body of evidence supporting this role and some evidence suggesting it may be an anti-estrogen and pro-erectile agent.
However, there is a lack of evidence for testosterone boosting in humans, although some very limited evidence in animals.
7-Keto DHEA – This is nonhormonal, and it appears to be a fat loss agent as it may increase the metabolic rate.
However, while studies in humans do look to be positive they are not entirely conclusive.
As far as it is currently known, doses of 400mg are probably optimal.
You can read more here.
Yohimbe – Related to Yohimbine, Yohimbe is a powerful stimulant and used to increase fat loss as well as assist with erectile dysfunction. Can cause a host of other problems though, this is in our supplements to avoid list.
Supplementation with yohimbine combined with resistance training does not significantly alter the body mass, muscle mass, or performance indicators.
Sarsaparilla (smilax officinalis) – Athletes sometimes use sarsaparilla as a steroid for performance enhancement. Some supplement makers claim that chemicals (sterols) in sarsaparilla can be converted to anabolic steroids like testosterone.
Yet, this is a false claim.
Biotin – Biotin is an important component of enzymes in the body that break down certain substances like fats, carbohydrates, and others.
Selenium – No conclusive proof even when supplemented with Zinc that selenium increases testosterone levels.
Zinc – An aphrodisiac and Testosterone Booster.
Zinc is also very important for the functioning of the enzyme, hormone, and immune systems.In very high doses, zinc can act as an aromatase inhibitor and reduce estrogen levels.
It is also a potent antioxidant and can provide benefits for prostate issues.
Tribulus – Once marveled, now known to have no effect on testosterone levels, by now supplement manufacturers should really let go. Avoid like a medieval plague if you are looking for muscular gainz.
It also failed to provide any benefit hen tested on a bunch of professional Australian rugby players.
Maca Root – This Peruvian strain of ginseng is great for lifting libido and mood, however, when it comes to raising testosterone levels it has no effect at all.
No significant influences on testosterone in any tested demographic I’m afraid.
Eleutherococcus Senticosus (Siberian Ginseng) – Whilst there is evidence that this can actually help treat herpes and reduce the severity of cold and flu, there is very little solid evidence to reliably suggest this helps increase testosterone or increase strength.
Catauba – Used to heighten sexual arousal and treat male sexual performance problems.
Muira Puama – No real scholarly studies or evidence available from reliable sources that would suggest that this stimulates testosterone production.
This may help with improving sexual function when combined with Ginkgo but other than that there’s not much to go on.
4 capsules per day are to be taken
It is recommended that we have at least 4 tablets spread evenly across the day, as per the best testosterone booster on the market.
When you have more doses throughout the day it ensures your body always has nutrients to work with.
Each daily serving equates to 2410.2mg which isn’t too bad.
Effects & Benefits:
There’s only 2 ingredients of 13 found in this testosterone booster which can have a positive impact on raising testosterone levels
The following ingredients are:
These ingredients above are included in the best testosterone booster available, TestoFuel.
There’s more ingredients present in this supplement that seem to offer fat loss than testosterone.
Even then, those ingredients are either not entirely conclusive, regardless of how positive initial results may seem or they may cause health problems.
It seems bewildering to me that anyone would produce a testosterone booster that only includes 2 proven testosterone boosting ingredients.
Especially when there are plenty of other, proven and beneficial ingredients available that could have been included.
It also seems somewhat ridiculous that there seems to be more potentially effective fat burning ingredients present.
However, lets look at the real figures here.
This supplement contains 10 ingredients that cannot offer any solid, proven evidence that they will either stimulate more testosterone or even cut fat.
That is a shocking figure considering there’s only 13 ingredients present.
This product is missing key ingredients such as:
Midway Labs EREFORCE Testosterone Booster Review Conclusion:
77% of this testosterone booster offers no proven testosterone stimulating benefit at all.
How it can be marketed as a testosterone booster is quite frankly beyond me.
It is good to see at least 2 ingredients that can help but that is small change in a product with 13 ingredients.
Especially when there’s a number of good and effective ingredients found in other testosterone boosters that have scientific evidence to validate their presence in other products.
This poor performance really does not warrant the $48.99 price tag.
Take a look at what works to maximize your workouts.