MuscleTech Anotest | Now on sale at Tigerfitness
ALL NEW ANOTEST™ is the first and only powdered testosterone booster designed to give you the effects of four different products in one formula. In fact, if you were to take this formula as a pill, you would have to take over 15 pills just to match the power of this hardcore anabolic powder. NEW ANOTEST™ is truly the most complete testosterone-boosting formula available.
Superior Formula: The Facts Don't Lie
Increases Overall Testosterone
Unlike the majority of other products that underdose D-aspartic acid, ANOTEST™ contains the exact 3.12-gram dose per max serving shown to increase testosterone by over 40% while staying within the normal healthy range.¹
Increases Free Active) Testosterone
The only testosterone powder that delivers a scientifically studied dose of boron, shown to increase free testosterone and decrease estradiol levels.2
Amplifies Androgen Receptor Concentration
A precise 2000mg dose of L-carnitine is shown to increase the concentration of androgen receptors, which bind to free testosterone. Researchers in this study theorized that it improved the uptake of testosterone into the muscle cell.3
The same 2000mg of L-carnitine is shown to be effective in improving recovery after training in three separate human studies through the reduction of muscle tissue damage.4,5,6
Reduces Serum Cortisol
Delivers a specific 5300mg combination dose of glutamine and BCAAs, shown to decrease serum cortisol (a catabolic hormone that inhibits lean muscle gains).7
No PCT Required
This powerful formula works with the body to naturally increase testosterone levels while staying within the normal healthy range.
Get More for Your Money
Unlike the competition, Performance Series products contain superior key ingredients in clinically dosed amounts that are fully disclosed so you know exactly what you are paying for.
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