Quick Take: Let me guess. You were at Amazon searching for testosterone boosters when you came across Pro Test Boost, right? If I was, I bet you came across so many others and you just didn’t know which one to choose. I’m right again, aren’t I? Well, this review is going to let you in on a little secret: A lot of the supplements that you saw have the exact same formula and of course, that includes Pro Test Boost. Let’s critique it anyway.
- Pro Test Boost is a product of We Are Fit that’s simply advertised on its label as a “testosterone booster”. No fancy, colorful words.
- Based on the label, the primary ingredients on Pro Test Boost are Tribulus, Horny Goat Weed, and Longjack. All three are libido boosters.
- With Zinc and Magnesium, it falls one ingredient short of the sporty ZMA trio
- The quality of their ingredients are cheap and hard to absorb. The dosage doesn’t help either.
- Unoriginal formula but more on this later.
- Available to buy on Amazon. I can’t find it on GNC.
Pro Test Boost Ingredients
|Magnesium (Magnesium Oxide)||200 mg|
|Zinc (Zinc Oxide)||30 mg|
|Tribulus Terrestris||750 mg|
|Horny Goat Weed P.E.||50 mg|
|Saw Palmetto Berries||50 mg|
|Hawthorn Berries||50 mg|
|Cissus Quadrangularis||50 mg|
Pro Test Boost’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Magnesium – This mineral can lower levels of SHBG, making way for elevated levels of “free” testosterone. Cool. Well, supposedly cool. 200 mg is a little bit on the low end of the dosage stick and this oxide form? Trash.
Zinc – Directly involved in testosterone production and release because it’s a required raw material for test synthesis. Like magnesium though, Zinc Oxide is dirt-cheap and hardly absorbed by our bodies. Fortunately, 30 mg is a heavy dose so there should at least be some benefit we can get here.
Tribulus Terrestris – Let me tell it to you straight. Tribulus Terrestris is NOT the great testosterone booster it’s being advertised to be and science has already proven this for a fact. However, with a heavy dosage of 750 mg, it will get you horny.
Chrysin – It’s a testosterone booster. BUT! There’s a catch. Are you willing to stick a needle through your testicles? Because that’s the only way it’s going to boost testosterone. Chrysin has a very (VERY!!!) low oral bioavailability that taking it as a pill is basically useless.
Horny Goat Weed – As a plant extract (P.E.), there’s finally something potent on the Pro Test Boost formula. However, its potency lies in the way it elevates libido without boosting testosterone. Even with this extra potency though, I’m still not sure it’ll work given this puny 50 mg dose.
Longjack – Otherwise known as Tongkat Ali, Longjack is yet another libido boosting herb in the Pro Test Boost formula. However, it also has the capacity to improve the balance between testosterone and cortisol. This, in effect, gets us feeling less stressed and could potentially translate to better muscle development. At just 50 mg though, all this manly potential may just be wasted.
Saw Palmetto – Might possibly improve natural levels of testosterone by limiting its conversion to DHT. Still though, the puny dosage isn’t going to make this berry very effective.
Hawthorn Berries – Not a testosterone booster but pretty good for circulation.
Cissus Quadrangularis – Still not a testosterone booster but healthy for the joints.
Pro Test Boost Directions
We Are Fit says each serving of Pro Test Boost consists of three (3) capsules. As instructed, these capsules are to be taken at the same time before going to sleep.
Let’s be clear about something right from the get go.
Pro Test Boost isn’t the professional grade testosterone booster that its name suggests
In fact, it hardly even qualifies as a testosterone booster. You see, out of 9 ingredients in the entire Pro Test Boost formula, there’re only 3 that sort of have adequate dosages. Sounds bad, right? It does but trust me – it gets worse. Let’s check out those 3 ingredients.
P.S.: Don’t even bother with the other ingredients aside from these three I’ll be featuring. They’re dosed way too low anyway.
First, we have Zinc and Magnesium. Had Pro Test Boost added Vitamin B6 to their formula, they would’ve completed the legendary Zinc/Magnesium/Vitamin B6 (ZMA) trio. With or without Vitamin B6 though, Pro Test Boost’s Zinc and Magnesium don’t look very enticing. Dosage wise, zinc’s heavy and magnesium’s barely passable but both of them have cheap ass oxide forms which makes them extremely hard to absorb.
Given the benefit of the doubt, both of these minerals still might boost testosterone under the condition of zinc and/or magnesium deficiency. Both these nutrients seep out through sweat so active men are at a higher risk of experiencing this depletion. If you’re part of this demographic, you probably could benefit from Pro Test Boost. If not, you might as well check out other options because the last ingredient with a heavy dosage isn’t a test booster.
The other ingredient with an adequate dosage is, I’m assuming, the primary ingredient of Pro Test Boost. With 750 mg, Tribulus Terrestris is the heaviest dosed ingredient on the Pro Test Boost and it doesn’t even boost testosterone. This is a real shame because the way I see it, had We Are Fit not included Tribulus in the formula and instead distributed the 750 mg dose to Longjack and Saw Palmetto, Pro Test Boost would’ve been better equipped to boost test.
Wait a second. Does this formula look familiar to you?
Well, if it does, that’s because Pro Test Boost isn’t the only testosterone supplement with this exact same formula. That’s right. From the ingredients down to the dosages, Pro Test Boost is a copy of a copy of a copy. Check out some of these supplements:
At least We Are Fit didn’t copy the “Ultra Test” name, right? To be fair though, I honestly don’t know which product got manufactured first so I also don’t know which ones are copies. However, these products also aren’t the only ones with this same formula. There’s just too many of them that they’d make this review too long. Don’t believe me? Check out Amazon.
Does it Work?
If you’re an athlete, a sporty man, or just plain sweaty, you might have Zinc and/or Magnesium deficiency. If so, then okay, Pro Test Boost might work for you. If that doesn’t fit your profile though, then no. Pro Test Boost WILL NOT work (except maybe make you horny because that’s what Tribulus Terrestris does).
- Libido – With Tribulus Terrestris as the heaviest ingredient, this one’s a given.
- Zinc and Magnesium – Under conditions of deficiency, there’s a chance they might boost testosterone. It’s not a sure thing but this is really all Pro Test Boost has.
- Non-proprietary – At least We Are Fit is honest about their ingredients. Others hide dosages under prop blends and that really pisses me off.
- Ratings – I’m not too sure if these Amazon reviews are legit but if they are, the rating’s generally high. Plus, I’m not reading any complains of major side effects.
- Unoriginal – This has to be the first bad thing about Pro Test Boost
- Poor Dosage – They rendered so many ingredients useless by giving more than half of their total dosage to Tribulus Terrestris
- Poor Quality – The only ingredient in the entire Pro Test Boost stack with decent quality is Horny Goat Weed. The others? Dirt cheap.
- Weak – Compared to the best testosterone boosters, Pro Test Boost doesn’t even tickle.
The Bottom Line
With a brand that calls themselves We Are Fit, a product name that starts with Pro, and flexed biceps for a logo, you’d think Pro Test Boost is capable of boosting testosterone so hard, you’d start growing huge bodybuilding muscles. Don’t let the marketing fool you bro because Pro Test Boost is anything but powerful. If anything, the Tribulus Terrestris will get your libido up but that’s about it.