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By: Crazy Mass

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We have reason to believe that Testosterone-Max is a textbook scam. See our full report on Testosterone-Max in this report:

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Testosterone-Max is a Natural Testosterone Booster manufactured by Crazy Mass. It helps optimize your natural testosterone levels, which helps encourage muscle growth and fat loss.

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Full-Container Received through SR TROOPs.
(SR paid for product; Crazy Mass did not participate)
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  July 1, 2015

    • No Boost In Strength
    • No Boost In Libido
    • No Boost In Muscle Mass
    • Not Effective
    • Too Expensive


    I want to thank the TROOPS CP program and Crazy-Mass for giving me the opportunity to log/review Testosterone-Max. During the time I was taking this product I was on a cutting diet while using the Mountain Dog Program. Crazy-Mass features:

    Promotes Huge muscle gains and Protein Synthesis
    Increases Nitrogen retention and blood flow
    Substantially increases Drive and decreases Stress
    Enhances Strength, Stamina and Recovery
    Enhances male libido, Sex Drive and Performance
    Rapidly reduces body fat with lean muscle

    After reading the the features and benefits I wanted to see if these claims were viable.

    Ingredient Profile

    Supplement Facts
    Serving Size: 1 Tablet (40mg)
    Servings per Bottle: 90
    DHEA 50mg
    Alpha Lipoic-Acid 50mg
    Acetyl L-Carnitine 50mg
    Tribulus Extract (10:1) 10mg
    Vitamin E 25IU

    DHEA: Dehydroepiandrosterone is a hormone that comes from the adrenal gland leading to the production of androgens and estrogens.

    Alpha Lipoic-Acid: An antioxidant that is made by the body and found in every cell where it helps turn glucose into energy.

    Acetyl L-Carnitine: Amino acid that is naturally produced in the body. It helps the body produce energy.

    Tribulus Extract: An exotic herbal plant which was used by traditional, ancient medicine in Greece, China and India (Ayurvedic medicine)

    Vitamin E: An antioxidant that protects body tissue from damage caused by free radicals.


    Directions: Take 1 tablet 2 - 3 times daily with meals. Use even on non-workout days. On workout days, take 30-45 minutes prior to workout. For best results, use for at least 2 months. I followed the directions and took 3 tablets a day with meals.


    *Premium formula designed to show Results in less than 2 weeks............Not so much for me.

    I was hoping for a Test product to have some kind of effect in regards to libido, increased appetite, endurance and strength. To be honest I didn't feel anything, almost a placebo effect. This product is heavily advertised for its Tribulus Terrestris Extract which can help increase strength gains. However after doing some research from NCBI: It may give a placebo effect due to its nitric oxide release so you think its working. As of now tribulus does not enhance exercise performance.


    According to the Crazy-Mass website: 1 bottle of Testosterone-Max will cost you $59.99 for a 30 day supply. That's practically $2 a day or .67 per tablet. The bottle says for best results, use for a period of not LESS than eight (8) weeks. For an 8 week cycle your looking at spending close to $120.

    Side Effects



    In conclusion these claims by Crazy-Mass weren't viable in my opinion. Research does suggest what it features in some ways does work in a sense however it does not enhance composition or exercise performance in resistance training. This seems to be another product with out of this world marketing along with all 4-5* reviews on their website.

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