Workout Intensifiers & InvinciBull
Since the beginning of time, gym rats have feverishly attempted to push the boundaries of muscular growth and progress in the gym. This has led to the development of an array of intensity techniques to extend the challenges posed by normal working sets. Not content to simply smash a challenging set of 8 repetitions out before the obligatory 3 minute rest, we’ve persisted with developing various ways of extending conventional sets and to inflict further torture upon our body’s. While it’s undeniable this has often led to great results in hypertrophy, it’s also apparent that these techniques, if employed too often, can take their toll on our joints, tendons and ligaments, as well as being damaging to the central nervous system (CNS) if performed too frequently. Thus, it becomes a fine balancing act on how frequently to implement them for their benefits and how to counteract the potentially adverse side-effects of their usage.
The Difference Between TauroTest & TauroTest V2
“What’s the difference between TauroTest & TauroTest V2? Can I combine the two together?”.
We’ve even had a few folks ask us whether TauroTest V2 has been designed to upsurge the original TauroTest formula and whether it’s now been relegated to its long-distance cousin or smaller, weaker brother. The answer to that is straightforward: absolutely not.
Let’s get one thing clear. The original TauroTest is much, much more than just a testosterone booster. The Testobullism matrix we included is indeed a powerful testosterone amplifier; it produces an unprecedented increase in Luteinizing Hormone (LH), up to 700% of original baseline levels in many subjects.
Bullk & TauroTest Article
One of the most common questions we receive here at Project AD is this:
“What’s the difference between Bullk & TauroTest? Why not just make one natural testosterone booster?”