From Vigor Labs comes a testosterone booster with an interesting name – Wrecking Balls.
It contains a whopping 15 ingredients, which should be more than enough to have an impact on your libido and testosterone levels.
Here we’ll cover its ingredients, side effects, customer reviews, and most importantly, results. Revealing if this product will really wreck your balls!
Let’s get started…
Pros and Cons of Vigor Labs Wrecking Balls
- LongJack can boost libido
- Contains zinc which is important for hormone regulation (it comes in the worst form possible though – oxide)
- The 13 main ingredients are all part of a proprietary blend
- Uses Tribulus which is bad for your prostate
- Bunch of pointless ingredients that could be replaced with more effective ones
Claimed benefits for Vigor Labs Wrecking Balls;
- Boosts Strength
- Supports Normal Sexual Health
- See Results Fast (whatever that means)
- Promotes Muscle Growth and Healthy Testosterone Levels
So, will it able to give you these effects? As always, let’s take a look at the dosage and ingredients to find out!
Dosage | How To Use
Take two capsules of Wrecking Balls every day, 30 minutes before your workouts. If not working out, then take it during any time of the day – preferably on an empty stomach.
Two capsules, one serving, doesn’t get much simpler than that, does it? While yes, that’s the case here, it also means that you won’t experience full effects on your testosterone from Wrecking Balls.
Simply put, your body needs 3-4 daily servings of a T-booster to keep your hormone levels raised. Anything less than that simply doesn’t cut it.
We were surprised to see so many ingredients in Wrecking Balls. There are 13 main ingredients in the product, in addition to 2 ingredients outside of the proprietary blend.
Yes, that’s right; this product contains a proprietary blend. I’m sure you weren’t happy to hear that, and neither were us. Proprietary blends are never a good thing, since they don’t show you the dosage of the ingredients in them.
So basically, you’re playing Russian Roulette with your health – you could be getting a sub-optimal, optimal, or dangerously high dose of the ingredient in the supplement; you can’t really tell.
This is the main reason why we couldn’t give more than 2 stars to Wrecking Balls.
Vitamins and Minerals
- Niacin – Also known as Vitamin B3, it’s supplemented for cardiovascular health.
- Zinc – An essential mineral that your body needs to function normally. What’s important in this case though, is that it regulates testosterone production. So if you’re lacking this mineral in your diet, supplementing it can give you some good benefits.
Wrecking Balls Proprietary Blend
- Tribulus Terrestris – It can increase the weight of your prostate, which can potentially lead to more serious health issues. Studies also show it has no impact on testosterone whatsoever.
- Muira Puama – It’s commonly used in Brazil as a cognition and libido enhancer. If your sex drive is low, this can be a helpful ingredient.
- L-Arginine – More of a pre-workout ingredient than a T-booster, it promotes blood flow. Which gives you bigger muscle pumps. But it’s quite ineffective when taken orally, which leads us to a conclusion that this is a pointless ingredient in Wrecking Balls.
- Longjack Extract – Thought to improve sex drive and testosterone. However, while recent studies disprove its effects on testosterone, it definitely is a potent libido enhancer.
- Ginkgo Biloba – This is a cognitive enhancer. It can improve your memory and other cognitive functions. But it has no effects on testosterone. Ultimately, this means it’s yet another pointless ingredient in this product.
- Oat Straw Extract – Don’t be fooled by the fancy name of this ingredients, it’s just oats that you make porridge with. It’s tasty, it’s a healthy source of complex carbs, but it won’t affect your testosterone levels.
- Saw Palmetto Extract – Taken from a tree named Saw Palmetto (who would’ve guessed?!), it’s thought to promote testosterone levels. However, studies tell us that this isn’t the case.
- Wild Yam – A vine thought to have “magical” properties for boosting testosterone. Yes, you’ve heard it right, superstitions are still common among some people it seems. But luckily, we have facts and studies, and they show us that this ingredient is anything but a “magical” testosterone booster. Let’s move on…
- Royal Jelly – While it’s an extremely important ingredient for feeding queen bees, Royal Jelly has no effects on humans – not when it comes to increasing testosterone at least.
- Damiana – Another fancy-named ingredient with no studies proving it to be effective at raising testosterone. This has been a disappointing show by Vigor Labs so far.
- Dodder Extract – This is a relatively unknown ingredient. It doesn’t have many studies behind it, so we can’t really tell if it works or not.
- Para Amino Benzoic Acid – Or if you simply want to call it PABA, it’s used to protect your skin from ultraviolet radiation. It’s good if you want to prevent sunburns, but that’s about as far as it gets.
- Chrysin – It’s shown to work only when injected directly into testes. So unless you’re willing to inject your testicles every day with some Chrysin, this ingredient isn’t for you.
What Others Say
“Waste of money. Only took one bottle after two weeks nothing so slacked off but did finish bottle.” – liberty or death (Amazon Customer)
“I don’t know about muscle gains but I do feel more energy. I workout once sometimes 2 times a day. Overall not a bad product.” – Veng (Amazon Customer)
“So I’ve used this product a few times here and there. And while it takes a couple days to build up in your system, it’s not viagra or anything, it works decently well for me. The only downside I have is that is jacks your heart rate up. I feel like I’m going to have a heart attack sometimes but at least it gives a boost to sexual performance. So do not take caffeine after taking one of these pills! It helps me last a little bit longer and get a little bit harder with a slight libido boost. But it’s not a miracle worker just a boost. But not bad.” – CJ805 (Amazon Customer)
Users reported these side effects when taking Vigor Labs Wrecking Balls;
- Rapid heart rate
- High blood pressure
Another potential side effect that’s not so obvious, but is more insidious, comes from Tribulus Terrestris. This ingredient is known for causing prostate problems in men. So unless you’re sure it won’t affect you negatively, consult with your doctor before ingesting this ingredient.
We’ll give credit where credit is due – Wrecking Balls is a relatively cheap supplement. As such, it won’t lighten your bank account, but it won’t give you many benefits either.
There are too many pointless supplements in this product; ranging from Ginkgo Biloba, Oats, Wild Yam, to Damiana. Not to mention Tribulus Terrestris hiding in the proprietary blend, just waiting to attack your prostate.
So with all of this in mind, Wrecking Balls by Vigor Labs will surely wreck your balls – but not in a good way. As a result, we recommend checking other options before choosing this product.
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