Quick Take: From two of the greatest brands in fitness (EVLution Nutrition and MuscleTech), I bring you EVL Test VS AlphaTest – a battle between two prominent supplements in testosterone boosting. Both products are going to help you get bigger muscles and leaner physiques but the difference between them are their designs and strategies. So, which one’s better? Let’s get to the review and find out.
EVL Test Features
- A product of EVLution Nutrition, EVL Test is designed to be a “training and recovery amplifier”
- Comes with the legendary ZMA trio of zinc, magnesium, and vitamin B6. Their forms could be better though.
- 3.12g of D Aspartic Acid for scientifically proven POWERFUL yet natural testosterone boosts
- Vitamin D and fenugreek for additional testosterone support
- Reduces estrogen via DIM
- Click here to read my full EVL Test review
- Part of Muscle Tech’s pro series, Alpha Test is “scientifically engineered to deliver a powerful testosterone-boosting ingredient matrix to stimulate free testosterone, maintain a peak testosterone-to-estradiol ratio and enhance ATP levels”
- Taken twice per day, the dosage on this supplement is HUGE. Ingredient quality is impressive too.
- Fat 600 mg dose of standardized fenugreek is pretty much this supplement’s main ingredient
- 200 mg of branded shilajit (PrimeVie®) for enhanced ATP production
- All other ingredients essentially amplify the effects of the two above ingredients
- Click here to read my full AlphaTest review
EVL Test VS AlphaTest: My Analysis
Both EVL Test and AlphaTest come from brands that have been dominating the fitness industry for years now. That being said, I’m not actually surprised that both of them turned out becoming great bodybuilding products.
As good as they are though, they do things quite differently which also means different sets of features.
EVL Test helps build lean muscle through bolstered recovery and higher testosterone
First of all, EVL Test has D Aspartic Acid (DAA) at a fat dose of 3.12 g. The reason why I’m singling this out is because it’s the exact same form and dosage used in a research that says DAA can increase testosterone by as much as 42% in just 12 days. So, if science says it works and it’s THIS powerful, who am I to doubt it, right? Good job on this, EVL Test!
Moving on, EVL Test also has the legendary ZMA trio of zinc, magnesium, and vitamin B6. As individuals, these ingredients are great, perhaps even essential testosterone boosting nutrients. However, when they’re together, they become even better particularly for athletes as they not only support higher T, ZMA also boosts performance and recovery through better sleep.
Of course, EVL Test wouldn’t be as good as it is if it only had ZMA and DAA. No, it also has solid dosages of vitamin D3 and standardized fenugreek in store for even more T boosts. Plus, it also has DIM to regulate the rise in estrogen that might come with higher T so you can enjoy a good night’s sleep, enhanced anabolism, and wake up feeling stronger than ever.
AlphaTest sets your body up for strength and mass gains by boosting testosterone and ATP
Speaking of ingredients, AlphaTest has a total of 6 ingredients in its formula but the stars seem to be its standardized fenugreek and branded shilajit (PrimaVie®). Fenugreek is capable of boosting testosterone, libido, and physical performance while also limiting estrogen. Shilajit, on the other hand, is a promising T booster that also increases ATP and therefore energy.
With these two alone, AlphaTest already looks pretty effective but it also has zinc, boron, and broccoli powder. Zinc and boron, in my opinion, are two of the manliest minerals in the world. Apart from increasing T, zinc can also improve athletic performance while boron (along with broccoli powder) reduces estrogen.
Overall, AlphaTest uses some of the most reliable testosterone boosters that also promote other aspects of male health, especially stamina, strength, and the potentially reduced estrogen levels.
EVL Test VS AlphaTest Summary
- A good majority of its T boosting power comes from DAA and ZMA with added support from fenugreek and vitamin D
- Promotes better rest which results in a boost in muscle recovery
- Optimizes hormonal balance (higher testosterone, lower estrogen) so you can literally build muscle while you sleep
- $29.99 per bottle (120 tablets) on the official EVLution Nutrition website; $34.99 for 2 bottles on Bodybuilding
- Fenugreek for boosts in testosterone, libido, performance, and lower estrogen
- Shilajit for increased ATP (energy) and more testosterone support
- With zinc, boron, broccoli and the star ingredients, Alpha Test optimizes the testosterone-estrogen ratio while also providing more energy
- $24.99 per bottle (120 rapid-release bio capsules) on the official MuscleTech website; $19.89 for 2 bottles on Bodybuilding
Conclusion: Which is Better?
This question isn’t accurate since both of them are better at different things. However, in terms of pure test boosting power, EVL Test looks like the stronger supplement. For the most part, this is because of its clinical dosage of DAA. Furthermore, EVLTest is also a much better nighttime supplement thanks to its ZMA. So, if you’re looking for a product that helps you build muscle through T boosts and sleep, this is what you should buy.
On the other hand, AlphaTest has quite a respectable T boosting potential too. It might not be as powerful, sure, but it’s the real deal nonetheless. Moreover, it also increases ATP levels which EVL Test can’t. That being said, this looks better for daytime use. Ergo, if you’re looking for a testosterone booster to help fuel your work outs, AlphaTest seems like the smarter choice.