T-BOL is said to be a “maximum strength testosterone performance enhancer” and is advertised as the perfect solution for achieving “fuel intense workouts” all while burning fat, building new and harder muscle, gaining increased strength and sex drive and improving sexual performance.
According to the manufacturer T-BOL “is the most comprehensive and powerful natural testosterone boosting formula ever developed” and “works synergistically with your body’s own endocrine system to naturally increase testosterone levels.”
All of this sounds great but, more often than not, supplements are developed on theory instead of results. The best way to determine if T-BOL can help you achieve the benefits it promises is to evaluate the ingredients.
Under the Lid
The ingredients that make up the T-BOL complex are listed as Alatusterone T. Alatus, Divanabol Urtica Diocia, Testveratrol Giant Knotweed Rhizome, Testfolia Eurycoma Longifolia, Lectosrob Lecithin, Forskobolin, BZATD , and ResoProtect Bioperine.
These “patent pending” complexes may look impressive at first, but it’s the manufacturers’ way of stating the ingredients without actually giving you any reliable information about the product, casting a shadow of doubt on the effectiveness of T-Bol itself.
From what we can tell, T-Bol uses small doses of Eurycoma Longifolia, which can increase testosterone levels in rats (human studies are still being conducted) and may be able to increase muscle strength and libido.
Additionally, T-Bol utilizes the ingredient Coleus Forskohlii, a thermogenic herb that may be able to increase Cyclic AMP to boost energy levels and increase muscle strength and power. The recommended dose of this ingredient is 100-250 mg twice daily in order to produce results, but T-Bol provides on a small 40 mg per serving – which isn’t enough to produce any long-term results.
As for Bioperine, this ingredient has no effect on testosterone levels or metabolism in the least. Instead, it is simply used to increase the absorption of the other ingredients found in the product, so your body can make better use of the formula.
The rest of the ingredients inside T-Bol may work, but there is not enough clinical information to compensate for T-Bol’s over-the-top advertising.
So does this formula equal the “androblic pull” that T-BOL promises; the ability of “lifting the unliftable”? It is somewhat difficult to determine this when T-BOL uses the names of complexes instead of listing exactly what make each blend work. Our only recourse in a situation such as this is to go straight to previous users of the product to see what they think of it.
Unfortunately the word surrounding T-BOL ended up being that this product is more hype than help. Most consumer reviews that we came across claimed that they found this product “unsatisfactory” and that they saw little to no difference in their workouts and ability to build muscle.
Overall we find T-BOL to be an unimpressive offering from ThermoLife, and we think it would be in your best interest to find a testosterone booster that can actually deliver on the promises it makes. We do not feel compelled to recommend the purchase or use of T-BOL at this time.