Timber's T-911 Review
I recently just polished off a bottle of LG's T-911 (except for 3 precious pills for tomorrow!)... Wanted to give the AM community my thoughts and reactions of what I feel T-911 did for me.
I used T-911 in a PCT application, following a 4 week Epi cycle. Dose would be one every morning, plus 2 PreWO on gym days. I'm going to sum up the benefits experienced from T-911 in the following 5 bullets:
Maintenence of Strength: Even with the last week's reduction in carbohydrates, my strength increases from the cycle have been retained, and even improved in some instances. This really surprised me. T-911 was the ONLY testosterone booster I took following this cycle, and the effects far exceeded what I experienced with DTHC in the past post cycle.
Immediate Libido Enhancement: Following the cycle, the libido didn't miss a beat. No pun intended.
Termogenic Effect: This is one of the more noticeable effects of T-911. You will sweat your proverbial balls off at the gym. Every day resulted in a soaked shirt... I remember several times doing abdominal planks and getting a little river started under my forehead.
Light Stim: The light stim effect was certainly appreciated as the last week or so that I've been taking T-911, I have been on a low carbohydrate diet to lean out and lighten up a bit for the summer months. Two tabs PreWO gave me the kick I needed to get to the gym and get started. Of course, once you're actually at the gym - thats a different animal. Nothing crazy here - no shakes or jitters, just a smooth light stim.
Noticeable Leaning: Goes hand in hand with the therm effects above. Noticeable leaning out in the abdominal area in the first couple weeks, even before I pulled back the carbs in week 4 of PCT.
Also, just some last notes here... The sublingual application is pretty interesting. The tablets dissolve pretty completely in approximately 5 to 6 minutes. The taste is not really all that great to begin with, but it did grow on me.
I'd definitely recommend trying T-911 with your next PCT, and I look forward to trying it again in a non-PCT application.
More than happy to answer any questions, or expand upon any of my comments above.