Musclelinx Tribulus Terrestris Testosterone Booster // Is There Any Point Buying It?
I am aching like mad from playing rugby on Saturday afternoon, even a swift pint of Guinness did not help ease the soreness. I think it is safe to say the aches come from the intensity of the relentless punishment the game offers. Now, I am not complaining as I love it, however, the elixir of finding a product that can increase exercise intensity is on everyone’s wish list, and hence, here I am trying to find out what works and what doesn’t.
Tribulus offers many things, past experience dictates that much of it is nothing more than lies.
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At a daily dose of 1400mg of Tribulus, these guys say that it is without competition. However, Ultimate Nutition’s Tribulus offers the same amount per day.
Tribulus – The problem is that because Tribulus has been touted about for so long as a bit of a miracle plant extract used by the mysterious Eastern Bloc Olympic Athletes during the Cold War people have started to believe the hype and it is an easily recognizable ingredient the ill informed will have heard about down the gym. The issue is that it has not been scientifically proven to raise testosterone levels in any shape or form.
Avoid like a medieval plague if you are looking for muscular gainz.
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Up to 4 caps per day which will provide a competition met dose of Tribulus to the value of 1400mg. I would normally go on to say how 4 caps per day is better because it feeds your body with vital ingredients steadily throughout the day to avoid sudden spikes and deep troughs, however, I would just not bother wasting your time with this tribulus or any other tribulus. There’s 1400mg of tribulus per day which is better than some but not all other tribulus products on the market but that is like saying one stab wound is better than another stab wound. You’ve been stabbed either way and it ain’t good.
I used to use Tribulus, I thought it was some miracle testosterone booster as it had been advertised. I almost felt quite cool taking it, like I was taking something extreme and far beyond the usual protein and creatine. I guess I felt like the guys that wander around wearing ‘Tap Out’ clothing, but they’re just as silly. Or when there’s a boxing match and all of a sudden, every fucker on Facebook is a boxing expert when they’ve not even sampled a bar fight. Anyway, I digress. This will do nothing!
The false feeling of almost being extreme enough to almost take steroids, although this is nothing like steroids and doesn’t work, at all.
I guess it made me feel good when I was a youngster, can you put a price on that? Yes you can, about $28 should cover it.
There are better ways to feel great; you could help and old person cross the road, save a drowning kitten, help the lady grab that tin of beans from the top shelf in the grocery store or give generously to charity. These are all better and more effective than Tribulus ever will be. Period.
This does not have any proven ingredients that you need in a testosterone booster, such as Zinc, B6, B12, D-Aspartic Acid, D3, Fenugreek, K2 or Oyster.