The official website includes a long list of customer testimonials as well as some pictures to help to support them.
To accomplish this goal, it has a formula that includes: vitamin B12, zinc, fenugreek, caffeine anhydrous, agmatine sulfate, creatine HCl, GreenSelect® phytosome green tea, and boron. These ingredients are all quite commonplace in the over the counter fitness supplement industry. That said, there isn’t any scientific evidence cited on the official website that would suggest that there has been any medical or clinical research to support the claims that the manufacturer has made. If that evidence does exist, it is not included on the website. This is notable as the manufacturer has gone to the effort to try to explain what each of the ingredients does and why it has been included in the formula. If there was scientific evidence to back up those descriptions, it is odd that the manufacturer did not cite it in order to show that its claims are not empty.
At the time that this review was written, a one month supply of TestoRipped was being sold on the official website for $49.99. That price is competitive within the nonprescription fitness supplement market and is comparable to what is being charged for other products with similar ingredient combinations.
That said, it is highly recommended that a doctor be consulted before beginning the use of this product. There are ingredients in the TestoRipped formula that can make it inappropriate or even unsafe for certain users and it is a good idea for a potential user to identify whether or not this applies to him before he makes the purchase.
Due to the lack of reputable information about the product ingredients and the fact that the official website has been designed to sell more than to inform the potential user, it would be difficult to come up with a good reason to recommend this product over some of its competition within the category.