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What Is Power Test?
Power Test is a testosterone booster that is currently sold on the market. It is formulated to increase the size of muscles, cut down on excess body fat and boost your energy levels. It is also supposed to inhibit the conversion of testosterone into estrogen. These results will lead to more results in the gym after working out than what you would see from normal workout routines. There are four different ways that the product is meant to boost testosterone in the body.
First, DHEA is an ingredient in the formula, and is said to be a hormone that allows for the largest amount of free testosterone in the body. DHEA, or Dehydroepiandrosterone, comes from the adrenal gland and leads to the production of androgens and estrogens, or male and female hormones. It is said that levels of DHEA start to decrease after age 30, which in men leads to a lower testosterone level and therefore a decrease in muscle mass, increase of fat, and lower energy levels. However, DHEA is actually a another word for steroid, because that is what it is, and so any supplement that has DHEA in it should be regarded as one. The ingredients work to lower the amount of estrogen in the body and also the enzymes that make testosterone turn into estrogen.
Power Test is a product of Pro Fight sports. It was founded in the year 2000 in response the need for supplements that would be designed to help athletes with endurance in bodybuilding and other sports. They said they bring quality and high performance results while providing pure ingredients. However, steroids, which is what DHEA is in essence, is not a pure ingredient.
They produce scientifically formulated supplements. You can contact them at their address in California, U.S.A., but there is no indication that this is where their products are produced. It is a good idea, if the manufacturing information and facilities are not given, to look into where the product is made to ensure top production quality. In some countries the quality procedure might not be as high. Also it is good to know and confirm that the ingredients on the product listed are the only ingredients in the product, and that the facilities in which the product was made is healthy with no exposure to other potentially harmful substances or chemicals.
How Power Test Works?
Dosage recommendations on a review of Power test say that you should take the supplements before exercise and also with two eight ounce glasses of water. You should also aim to take four of them every day. You are to take the product for five weeks and then take three weeks off, repeating the cycle. In the off weeks the manufacturer suggests taking another product. However you should always be wary about combining products because of potential negative side effects. If you do this you should monitor the effects closely.
DHEA is a hormone found in the supplement that is said to increase testosterone levels in the body. With decreased DHEA, the production of muscle mass and loss of fat, as well as energy levels in the gym decrease. But the problem with the product is that it basically is a steroid, and therefore will have all of the same negative associations and side effects.
Ingredients of Power Test
The main ingredients in Power Test are DHEA, or Dehydroepiandrosterone, I3C, 20-Hydroxyecdysterone, Eurycoma, Yohimbe, Tribulus, Deer Antler, Ginseng, Epimedium, Longjack, 5, 7-Dihydroxy Flavone, Saw Palmetto, Fenugreek, Dioscin, Di-Indole Methane (DIM), Saponins, and Gracillin. DHEA is the first and primary ingredient listed in the product. DHEA is said to be a a hormone from the adrenal gland that produces androgens in males. As a result of DHEA reduction, testosterone also decreases and therefore the effects of working out. However notice that the product fails to mention that it is steroid-free. It is in fact also known that DHEA is actually essentially a steroid that has been introduced through the ingredient. This means that in this primary ingredient, you can suffer all of the side effects that many have listed for steroids.
There are also other herbal, natural ingredients listed. Fenugreek is a natural ingredient found in the herbaceous plant in the pea family. It is also said to help increase testosterone levels naturally. Longjack is a herb extracted from a shrub called Eurycoma in Asian. It is known to stimulate production of endogenous testosterone in the body and reduce the levels of inactive testosterone. This is done through LH, or Leutinizing Hormone and its pathway. There are other natural ingredients such as Deer Antler, Ginseng, Saw Palmetto, Tribulus and Yohimbe, which is better for the body than harmful chemicals or steroids.
The hormone DHEA which is found in the product is said to increase the level of testosterone in the body. The hormone comes from the adrenal gland and produces androgens in men, or their hormones. When the levels of DHEA decrease, the testosterone level in men decreases, leading to more fat, less muscle mass and less energy during workouts and in general. DHEA in the product will raise the levels again in the body to an optimal amount, producing more testosterone. However, it is important to note that the ingredient DHEA is also a form of a steroid, which is not an advantage due to the negative effects on the body.
Also the ingredients supposedly work to lower estrogen in the body and also the factors that turn testosterone into estrogen. Finally, Power Test is said to inhibit SHBG, which is a protein said to inhibit testosterone from being effective. Also there are natural herbs in the product that make the supplement more natural. But the negative effects of steroids far outweigh any positive herbal ingredients.
There are no specific certificates for Power Test. However on the manufacturer’s website there is a link to Google, Facebook and Twitter where there is a lot of promotion for its products. There are athletes who are promoting the supplements and they do look fit. But this might be a result of using harmful steroid ingredients in the Pro Fight products. The company is also involved in special events such as beach championships for bodybuilders. There are also reviews from some of the athletes and people that have used the Pro Fight’s supplements.
One said that he had used many supplements over the years but had not seen effectiveness in any products like he had with Pro Fight’s supplements. Another said that every time they use these products they get faster and more certain results. He was able to effectively gain muscle and lose fat. He said he hoped to use the products for the rest of his life. Overall the reviews, videos and photos seem to indicate a good result. Again, however, if steroids are the reason, better to find a supplement that does not have this ingredient.
One online survey for Power Test are generally positive, giving it between seven and eight out of 10 for overall satisfaction, effectiveness and value for the product. However there was no information on how many people were surveyed, and it was not mentioned that steroids are in the product. In one forum a man said that he had been given the recommendation for the product at the gym.
He said that he tried it and also several of his friends had tried it and they saw good results. He hadn’t seen an increase in muscle mass, but he also had been taking the product for only two weeks. Most other like products claim to have visible results after 6-8 weeks. With steroids in the product, you might see visible results, but you might also encounter some of the negative side effects like aesthetic abnormalities such as baldness and prominent breasts as well as acne, and long-term effects such as liver abnormalities and tumors, high blood pressure, heart problems, infertility and mental problems such as depression and rage.
Awards & Media Coverage
There are no awards specific for Power Test or the manufacturer, and no good media coverage for Power Test. However, the manufacturer Pro Fight does have some media coverage via Facebook, Twitter and Google +. On Facebook there are 13,239 likes for the supplements, and a 4.7 star out of 5 rating with 36 reviews. One said that they were able to have a lot more energy during working out with the products, another said that they were able to effectively build muscle.
Another professional athlete said that they were not able to compare any product to the quality and results that came through ProFight. This was from Guy Grundy, a two-time Mr. Australia and Hollywood actor. Also it is listed that there are experts at Pro Fight that people can talk to and get advice on supplements and workouts. Another said that the product worked if you also put in time at the gym. When taking a supplement make sure to combine it with a good diet and proper exercise and rest.
Pro Fight sports have a money-back guarantee. The return policy is that you have to return the product for refund in a sellable condition. This means the product must be undamaged and still sealed. If the bottle was opened or if it was damaged, the refund will be 75%. They do have a policy they said in which case you are not fully satisfied with the product. You can return it within 20 days of the purchase date and receive a full refund as long as no more than 25% of the product was used.
You can cancel your order of the product you chose to purchase, but take care to do so before the processing time is complete, which is 24 hours. It might be worthwhile to contact the manufacturer to clarify when you can open the bottle and try it before returning and when you can’t as this doesn’t seem to be clear from the site. Also, if you received free shipping for the product, you will have to pay for the shipping and also will be subject to a $7.85 fee. So it is good that you can try the product for free, just make sure what the limitations are before ordering.
There is free shipping to U.S. deliveries for Power Test and all of the other products on the manufacturer’s website. This free delivery policy applies to those in the 48 continental states, excluding Hawaii and Alaska. The items you purchase can be expected to arrive within 3-5 business days. You are to report any damages and make any claims within 24 hours of receiving your shipment.
Also, make sure you provide the correct shipping address as you will be charged if your details are incorrect or if the package needs to be forwarded to a different address. They also say that they reserve the right to discontinue and change the free shipping at any time without notifying the customer. The order processing time is 24 hours. You can also cancel your order, but should ensure that you do it within the 24-hour processing time. International shipping will cost you the standard $20 for each order. It takes between 10=18 business days for the product to arrive.
There is information for shipping, checkout and money-back guarantee on the site, and along with this a customer support page on the manufacturer’s website. There is also an address listed. However you may want to use the contact form to also inquire about the address, if it is also the one where the product is made or if it is made in another country, and if so what were the conditions of the facilities.
There is a contact form where you can provide your email address and ask any questions you might have. There is no contact telephone number or other information. However the Facebook site does claim that you can ask experts about the products and other advice. You may want to also use the contact form to ask about this if you have any questions and to avail of this benefit before buying a product. Overall the contact information seems pretty standard. This minus the fact that there is no phone number and no experts to contact right away.
Safe & Secure Checkout
It is listed on the manufacturer’s website that you can make a secure SSL payment, though there is no specific one listed such as McAfee. You can pay by credit card or Paypal. They say that they respect the privacy of all customers and do not share your information with third parties. They gather personal information that is not available to the public in order to conduct business and promote products. They take information you as the consumer offer such as name, email, phone number and address.
Power Test on the manufacturer’s website is listed at $120.00 for 120 capsules. You may be able to find it cheaper on other sites. You are supposed to take four capsules daily before working out for five weeks. At four capsules per day, one bottle of the product should last 4 weeks for you. So not for the five weeks that are recommended. However with three weeks off recommended for the product in the cycle you can expect to spend just over $120.00 for two months of using the product.
This would mean $60 a month for the product, which is not bad when compared to other supplements. This product includes free shipping so it should be just over $60 per month that you could expect to spend when taking Power Test regularly. There is a money-back guarantee for any of the manufacturer’s products that says you can return it within 20 days and receive a full refund as long as not more than 25% of the bottle was used. Also this refund will be minus a fee of $7.85.
- Boosts the level of testosterone in the body while inhibiting the levels of estrogen in the body.
- Helps increase DHEA levels.
- Boosts the level of muscle mass, decreases fat effectively, and increases energy and reduces the recovery times during the workout.
- The hormone DHEA is also known to be a steroid, which produces negative side effects such as aesthetic abnormalities, liver abnormalities, problems with the heart, high blood pressure, infertility and mental problems such as depression and anger problems.
- It might be good to check overall DHEA levels from a doctor before using a product claiming to raise the levels to see if you first have a problem.
- There are possible links to prostate problems and trouble sleeping with Tribulus, which is one of the listed ingredients.
Summary: Power Test is a supplement that works on several levels to increase testosterone in the body and inhibit its production of estrogen through boosting hormones and incorporating natural ingredients in the body to promote testosterone, which leads to better and longer workouts, more muscle mass and better fat loss. The hormone DHEA is the primary ingredient in the product which, when increased in the body, also in turn increases the testosterone levels, but is also known to be a steroid though this is not mentioned, which can lead to negative side effects such as baldness, acne, and long-term effects such as liver problems, heart problems, high blood pressure, infertility and mental problems such anger and depression. the manufacturer of the product, Pro Fight, has a website with a address and contact information and boasts a focus on pure quality products that produce results, however you might want to inquire about steroids being used in their products. The reviews on social media by athletes and other users seem to be satisfied with the product, but the lack of a production facility mentioned might make the customer want to ask where the product Power Test is made and the quality of the production. Overall the ingredients in Power Test seem to be natural and the information about the manufacturer seems to be clear, with positive reviews about the product.
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