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Rob here again with supplementcritique.com.
And in today’s review, we are gonna be talking about a supplement called test X core.
This particular supplement popped up on my radar not too long ago, and I decided to take a closer look at it, to see if it really does what it says it does.
If you’d like to read the written version of this review you can just click on the link in the description box below. it’ll take you my website supplementcritique.com, where I talk about everything that I’m pretty much gonna talk about in this video.
Anyway, I’d like to preface what I’m about to tell you with a little bit of a disclaimer, and that is that I’m not actually really sure if the guys who actually make test X Core don’t actually know that this is going on.
I’ve tried reaching out to them numerous times via email, and have yet to receive a response.
But anyway, I first learned about test X scored in a rather unique way, I just so happen to be scrolling through my Yahoo news feed, and I came across a post that said Tom Brady, the football player was under investigation by the NFL.
So I clicked on it and it took me to a site that looked like the ESPN website.
So throughout this article they basically talked about how the NFL is investigating whether or not Tom Brady used a supposed banned supplement that goes by the name of, you guessed it, test X core.
According to this article, test X core is a supplement taken by many pro athletes, bodybuilders, and the NFL is actually considering banning it for two reasons, and the first reason is that it makes athletes 150 percent stronger on average, and gives you a three times increase in stamina.
And the second one is that you don’t have to diet or exercise while you’re taking it, so you could pretty much sit around your fat ass all day, eat potato chips, and you’ll just magically gain muscle and get shredded.
So if alarm bells aren’t going off in your head right now, they probably should be.
The article goes on to explain that they received, the editor received a free bottle of test X core for experimentation, and the results were shocking.
This guy is, the editor’s name was Ryan [INAUDIBLE 02:05], and basically his before picture looks like this, and his after picture looks like this.
And that was all from taking a test x core for one month.
All he had to do was take two pills per day to achieve the body of his dreams.
Well, I’m pretty much here to tell you, if you haven’t already figured that out, that it’s complete bullshit.
The first thing that you may or may not have noticed is, despite looking like it, this is not actually the real ESPN website.
If you look carefully at the URL in the address bar, this is what you’re gonna see.
As you can see it doesn’t say espn.com, but it says com slash entertain dot today.
If you go to the website com/entertainment.today, this is what you’re gonna see. That’s right, absolutely nothing.
Another thing I noticed was that rather suspiciously, that there is really no other websites that we’re talking about this.
If you go to google and you type in something like, you know, Tom Brady under investigation for using supplements, you’re gonna see a few results and they basically look like this, and you’ll pretty much notice that you won’t see any reputable sport sites like Yahoo Sports, MSN, and USA Today.
Nobody’s talking about this and I’m pretty sure that if one of the world’s most famous football players was under investigation, for pretty much anything, it would be plastered all over the web, and probably not in social media.
Also, I’m not sure if you remember but the before-and-after pic of that guy Ryan, who works at ESPN and used the supplement, well I ended up doing a reverse image search for that before and after, and this is pretty much what I came up with.
So, it turns out that this before-and-after pic was actually stolen from a website called gothairllc.com, which is actually a medical office in the Bronx that conducts HCG weight loss program.
So lastly on this very same ESPN [INAUDIBLE 04:14], you’re gonna see that there, there’s facebook comments at the bottom of it.
All these dudes are going absolutely bonkers over the supplement, and same stuff like they’ve been using it for six weeks, and the results are amazing there’s just one problem with these comments, and that’s that they’re basically all fake.
I know this because if you try to leave a comment yourself, you’ll quickly realize that you can’t.
So the million-dollar question for test X Core is, does it actually work?
In my personal opinion, I think it might.
It definitely contains a decent blend of all-natural ingredients.
It has magnesium, zinc, saw palmetto extract, fenugreek, and L-Arginine, and I’ve used pretty much all of these personally in other testosterone boosters with pretty good results.
If you look at some of the reviews on Amazon, and some of the other sites, they don’t really exactly paint a very good picture.
For instance on Amazon, the average rating is two point one out of five stars.
And when you read through some of these reviews, you are gonna see phrases like total crap, no benefit whatsoever, not worth it, things of that nature.
Of course on the flip side you’re gonna see some guys saying great things about it.
Noting that they saw increased energy levels, decreased body fat, and that they were very happy with their purchase.
I’m actually in the process of testing out a test x core as we speak, I plan on updating my written review with my personal results.
Once I actually finished testing, I’m gonna pin a link to this review in the comment section below.
So if you’d like to scroll down and click on it to learn more, and that’s pretty much all I have for test x core.
As you could probably tell I’m not a big fan of this marketing, the fact that someone is telling dudes that celebrities and athletes are using these supplements is pure garbage, and certainly not fair to the average guy who’s looking to, you know, lose weight and build muscle.
If you have any questions on it you could definitely leave a comment below or you can shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll try to get back to you ASAP.
And thanks for watching, I’ll see you soon.
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