Testogen XR Review
What You Should Know
Testogen XR is a testosterone booster from former Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman. The product is available in a multitude of flavors and is available to purchase on the official website. Touted as the first concentrated testosterone booster and nitrous oxide inhibitor in the world, Testogen XR is attempting to set the bar high.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin D
- D-Aspartic Acid
- AstraGin Root
Testogen XR Proprietary Blend:
- Testosterone and Nitric Oxide Boosters
- L-Carnitine Tartrate
- Horny Goat Weed
- Nettles Green Tea Extract
- Calcium D-Glucarate
Testogen XR is testosterone booster designed to increase levels of nitrous oxide. The result is increased pumps, lean muscle production and increased intensity while training. The product is sold on the official website, as well as third-party ecommerce websites such as Amazon.com. Testogen XR is rather expensive compared to similar testosterone boosters. On the official website, Testogen XR costs $89 for a 30-day supply. Traditional testosterone boosters cost approximately half.
There are several claims not addressed by the company. Testogen XR claims to promote lean muscle production, reduce fat, supports the production of testosterone and increase vascularity. Taking a closer look at the ingredients, there are no ingredients capable of doing any of the aforementioned claims. Plainly put, the claims are not associated with scientific research.
It appears as if Testogen XR is designed for the bodybuilder in mind instead of the average dieter. There is only one proven weight loss ingredient, green tea. The green tea is listed in a proprietary blend, so the dieter would not know the exact amount consumed in each dose.
- Contains green tea.
- The product is available in multiple flavors.
- There are no testimonials.
- Testogen XR is not based upon scientific research.
- The supplement does not address diet or exercise as it relates to using the product.
- The product is expensive.
- Not designed for women.
- Testogen XR is not for individuals with mental issues.
Simply putting the name of a former Mr. Olympia on a product does not make the product effective. Testogen XR makes major claims associated with increasing testosterone levels and nitrous oxide production. What we noticed both on the official website and in online forums was the lack of scientific evidence supporting the claims. There were no clinical trials. The only information we noticed online was a video from Ronnie Coleman. The video looked more like a marketing video instead of information highlighting the usage and effectiveness. We like Ronnie Coleman. What he brings to the table relating to bodybuilding is legendary. Unfortunately, the product he endorses does not offer the same legendary status.