Test™ is hypertrophic pro-testosterone supplementation that combines
powerful extracts with one of the most potent, effective and studied
compounds in the industry. It is legal supplementation for serious
intensity in the gym was mind-blowing. I'd rate this product a 10/10 as
far as being able to deliver results without steroids. Other products
out there claim to give steroid like gains but don't deliver, brothers
let me tell you that Test delivers.”
– Jason M., Germantown, TN
Test is the ultimate in legal hypertrophic, pro-testosterone
supplementation. Combining the most potent natural extracts with one of
the hottest, patented, proven supplements to hit the industry in recent
years, the all new Animal Test redefines the capabilities of
over-the-counter bodybuilding supplementation.
Pro-Androgen portion of the Animal Test formula couples dynamic herbal
extracts designed to facilitate a rise in free and total testosterone
with effective anti-estrogen compounds capable of maximizing the
natural anabolic response. Translation? Explosive gains in strength and
size. This complex includes the revered free test potentiator 3-4
divanillyl tetrahydrofuran. Divanillyl is a lignan extracted from
stinging nettle best known to inhibit sex hormone binding globulin
(SHBG). In high enough dosages, like the one contained in Animal Test,
Divanillyl allows for the enhanced activation of free testosterone
which promotes gains in strength and size as well as improved focus,
recovery and gym performance.
Animal Test is also loaded with anabolic ketosterones extracted from
Cissus Quadrangularis—another exciting new bodybuilding ingredient.
These ketosterones have been revered for promoting anabolism, boosting
recovery and staving off the production of catabolic stress hormones.
Beyond these obvious muscle and strength building properties, cissus
has also been touted as a potent antioxidant capable of improving joint
and ligament health, a side benefit worth noting for individuals making
dramatic gains in size and strength over a short period of time.
Lastly, yohimbe extract rounds out the Animal Test Pro-Androgen
Complex. Yohimbe bark extract has been shown to increase fatty acid
mobilization from fat stores via increased noradrenaline
(norepinephrine) levels and provides a strong boost in stamina.
Designed to enable physique recomposition and to support a healthy
libido, yohimbe extract can aid in ensuring the development of lean,
In order to capitalize on the blast of utilizable testosterone provided
by these pro-androgen ingredients, Animal Test comes fully equipped
with a combination of cutting edge anti-estrogens. First among these is
the ultra antioxidant Trans Resveratrol. Trans-Resveratrol acts like a
shield. It binds to the estrogen receptor and works to block
circulating estrogen hormones from ever hitting the target receptor,
thus inhibiting unwanted estrogens from reaching the hormone receptor.
Trans Resveratrol is fortified by hearty dosages of other proven
anti-estrogens, namely, 3’,5,7-Trihydroxy-4’-Methoxyflavone
(Hesperetin) and Agaricus Bisporus polysaccharides. Agaricus Bisporus
is an extract of the white button mushroom. These polysaccharides have
been shown to act upon the aromatase enzyme via multiple pathways so as
to cripple any estrogenic response to a new abundance of free
circulating testosterone. Hesperitin appears to work by inhibiting the
aromatase enzyme, thus reducing excess testosterone to estrogen
conversion and allowing more of the desired testosterone to be
available for the receptors.
In summary, these constituents work to block circulating estrogen from
reaching receptors as well as negating the inevitable estrogen boost
brought about by excessive testosterone production, thus directly and
indirectly promoting a higher ratio of circulating serum testosterone.
Both components of the Pro-Androgen complex are assured for utmost
efficiency and uptake through the inclusion of
6’,7’-Dihydroxybergamottin and patented Bioperine—the very best
absorption-enhancing ingredients available today.
The final and perhaps the most dramatically powerful element of the new
Animal Test formula is the inclusion of the highly heralded, proven and
patented hypertrophic agent, Arachidonic Acid (AA). Backed by
university research studies and real world testimonials, AA has taken
the bodybuilding world by storm—and for good reason.
Arachidonic Acid has multiple benefits for the hard training
bodybuilder, the most dramatic of which are the ability for it to
enhance androgen receptor sensitivity and to amplify training related
muscle inflammation and in turn magnify hypertrophy. AA is an essential
fatty acid that sits at the very core of the body’s physiological
response to weight training.
When lifting weights, muscle fibers are damaged and AA is released. Its
release alters local chemistry, which causes a shift that favors
anabolism. The general anabolic cascade begins with the release of AA
and is greatly amplified in the presence of more AA. This translates
into more androgen receptors (increasing testosterone sensitivity),
heightened IGF-1 signaling, greater vasodilation and even enhanced
lipolysis. The availability of AA appears to dictate how strongly this
anabolic cascade will be stimulated with training.
The more AA you have in your muscle tissue, the easier it is to
liberate and trigger growth. This status as an anabolic catalyst made
it the perfect backbone for this new Animal formula as it provides
muscle building qualities by itself as it augments the actions of the
other extremely powerful ingredients that together comprise Animal
With a storied past and a world of potential for future gains, Animal
Test reemerges. Combining premium, cutting edge compounds with patented
proven ingredients, Animal Test returns as the most powerful product in
the Animal line. Not for the faint of heart, Test is the answer for the
dyed in the wool power athlete looking to make explosive gains by
Advanced level bodybuilders and power athletes looking to maximize gains in strength and lean mass.
one pack daily with food. On training days take one pack along with the
meal prior to your workout. Animal Test works ideally when in
conjunction with intense training and an increase in quality calories
and protein. Also, be sure to prioritize proper hydration during an
Animal Test cycle. For best results use for two consecutive cycles--a
total of 42 days. Afterwards take 4 weeks off. During this time, Animal
M-Stak is recommended to preserve lean mass gains.
Test may be stacked with Pak. Test can also be used in conjunction with
Animal Pump to optimize gym performance or with Animal Stak in order to
fully maximize hormone output. Cycle off of Test with Animal M-Stak in
order to maintain mass gains.
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