Quick Take: As early as now, let me tell you that Progenadrex isn’t a strong testosterone booster. BUT DON’T CLICK AWAY JUST YET. In this review, I’ll show you how this product’s chain of master-class synergies can help you build a better physique despite the lack of powerful testosterone boosting. Trust me – this is going to be good.
- A product of Fusion Supplements, Progenadrex is advertised for “unparalleled natural muscle growth stimulation”
- Perhaps the most reliable testosterone booster here is Anacyclus Pyrethrum and honestly, it’s not even backed by human research
- Best used with lots of food, water, and regular exercise
- Includes heavily dosed Biotin (Vitamin B7) to help you breakdown food
- All the ingredients form numerous synergies with each other to help you maximize muscle growth
- Available to buy online and in retail stores including Predator Nutrition and Amazon. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like it’s on GNC.
|Proprietary Blend||2829 mg|
|Anacyclus Pyrethrum D.C. (root) 5:1 Ethanolic Extract, Creatine HCL, R-Alpha Lipoic Acid, Disodium Phosphate, Laxogenin|
Progenadrex’s T-Boosters & Other Ingredients
Biotin – Otherwise known as Vitamin B7, this helps breakdown fats, carbohydrates, and other nutrients. At 1998 mcg, the dosage here on Progenadrex is way above the vitamin’s RDA. However, a research was conducted on Biotin using a much higher dose and it was still regarded as a safe supplement.
- Anacyclus Pyrethrum – Used in Indian Ayurveda as a natural libido and fertility booster. This seems to be justifiable with rat research showing increased sperm count and motility as well as androgens testosterone, LH, and FSH.
- Creatine HCL – This form is said to be more water-soluble than the more commonly used Creatine Monohydrate. As such, it also requires lesser dosage. It gives your muscle cells more energy through extended ATP production. Furthermore, a few studies also point towards Creatine being a testosterone booster but it only seems to be effective when you pair it with anaerobic exercises like bodybuilding.
- R-Alpha Lipoic Acid – ALA has fat-burning properties but in modern times, it’s mostly used as an energy booster that’s involved in the production of ATP. This goes well with Creatine. Moreover, a rat research shows that ALA with the “R” isomer is more effective than its counterparts. So, it’s nice seeing R-ALA being used here in Progenadrex.
- Disodium Phosphate – The trend today seems to be pointing towards Creatine and Sodium being a better combination than Creatine + Insulin. According to research, this may be a justifiable direction. As stated, “combining these 2 supplements may be advantageous for athletes participating in high-intensity, intermittent exercise.”
- Laxogenin – It’s a brassinosteroid that’s been compared to oxandrolone (an anabolic steroid) for its reportedly powerful anabolic benefits without the nasty side effects. According to rat research, brassinosteroids such as Laxogenin work by stimulating protein synthesis and limiting protein degradation.
As instructed by Fusion Supplements, we are to take a whopping 6 capsules (1 serving) of Progenadrex per day with food. Also, Progenadrex is to be taken in short, 3-4 week bursts.
In my opinion, Progenadrex is an extremely well thought-out bodybuilding supplement. I mean, the synergy on this stack is insane! In fact, it’s so in sync that literally every ingredient benefits from the other. Let me explain.
First of all, Progenadrex works best with food and water. LOTS OF IT. The directions literally say so, too. With Biotin, your body is better able to process this food and all the nutrients that come with it. This goes well with Laxogenin since it theoretically helps grow your muscles mainly by optimizing protein synthesis. That’s one synergy right there.
But, wait! There’s more!
So. Much. More.
Progenadrex already uses an unusually high dose of Biotin. However, your liver has enzymes that can reduce this number. Thankfully, Progenadrex also has R-ALA. According to research, R-ALA is a good counter as it can lower these enzymes. Hence, allowing you to make full use of Biotin’s benefits. That’s another synergy.
Speaking of R-ALA, it also goes well with Creatine as both of them help with ATP. You know what else goes with Creatine? Sodium – and Progenadrex has this, too! That’s a 3-way synergy right there. However, you’re going to have to stay hydrated so your muscle cells can get the most out of these ingredients. This is where the importance of water comes in.
Progenadrex isn’t perfect though. First of all, it’s a proprietary formula. The total dosage does look adequate but without knowing the specific dosages, there’s no way of telling if the milligrams were distributed properly. Also, R-ALA and Laxogenin are mostly backed by rat research. So, although they show exciting promise, they’re pretty much theoretical at this point. Oh, and with just Anacyclus Pyrethrum, it’s a pretty unreliable testosterone booster.
Does it Work?
Progenadrex works but in my opinion, it’s not for everybody. This formula works well with men who’re disciplined and dedicated to bodybuilding. These are men who regularly train and gulp down an amount of food and water that basically borders on gluttony for most other people. After all, exercise and proper nutrition are this product’s pillars. Without them, none of the ingredients here can function at their full capacity.
Also, don’t expect powerful testosterone boosts from Progenadrex. Compared to some of the best testosterone products of 2017, you’re more likely to feel a higher libido than actual test boosts.
- SYNERGY FOR DAYSSS – Everything is in sync, man. It’s crazy.
- Anabolic – This is basically what Progenadrex is for
- Reputation – Amazon has no customer reviews but on Predator Nutrition, it’s rated an average of 92%
- Safe – None of the ingredients here have life-threatening side effects
- Proprietary – Disclosing specific dosages would’ve given me more confidence
- Theoretical – R-ALA and Laxogenin are crucial cogs to the Progenadrex formula but as of right now, they’re mostly just backed by animal research
- Weak testosterone boosts – Anayclus Pyrethrum is frankly not very reliable
The Bottom Line
Don’t take Progenadrex for the testosterone boosts because honestly, it might not even be there. Still, I am very impressed by this supplement in terms of being a muscle-builder. With all the ingredients working so well together, the synergy on Progenadrex is almost unreal. For fitness enthusiasts and natural bodybuilders, I give this two thumbs up.