Let's be clear, very clear; there are side-effects of testosterone use, but this is largely due to supraphysiological amounts. If you supplement with exogenous testosterone for the purpose of replacement therapy, the odds of incurring problems are almost non-existent; you're simply replacing what you no longer produce. Where adverse reactions become a problem is when doses get too high; of course, fortunately most can tolerate a very high level, and if side-effects do begin to mount, for the healthy adult male they can be combated; in-fact, with responsible use they can be altogether avoided.
Very little really surprises me on the sports supplement market nowadays as I’ve honestly tried it all before and the fact that I rarely use any one product twice should tell you all you need to know. I admit I was initially drawn to Testo Extreme Anabolic by the unique approach it takes to muscular development and I thought it would be fun and interesting as I have not seen anything like this product before. I’m now on my third course using the Testo and Decacore Creatine combo and have consistantly seen improvements in my workouts and physique with each course! My advice? When you finally find something that works for you, stick with it!
One thing I have thought, and I’m not sure anyone else has, is… does less testosterone in the blood actually mean that our body is producing less, or that more of it is in the cells. A very high protein diet has been proven to positively impact body composition, even during overfeeding, and personally I have noticed it makes me feel better. Could it be that the high amount of protein causes the cells to increase their uptake of testosterone to drive the protein into the muscles increasing muscle mass and thus leaves less in the blood. Just a thought