The impressive effects of RevTest heard almost everyone who has ever visited the fitness center. I dare say that its reputation is more than justified; it has had an incredibly wide range of applications, which of course extends to the area of power sports. As a side effect of the power-oriented practitioners can be considered as an increase in muscle mass, which, however, some athletes certainly welcome. The primary effect, however, I find that it can increase the maximum power for one repetition, enabling us to serve even more performance. Generally, the effects of this supplement are on more effective in the short-term stress, thus just right for us. It also delays muscle fatigue and exhaustion, thus permitting us to train longer and more efficiently. Finally it offers organism usable energy during strength training.
Strangely enough, I keep getting the main notes of this wonderful fragrance as the opposite of the pyramid. What strikes me at first is always the pepper / cedar combination, while the orange and citrus only pokes its head at the end. To me, a very evocative fragrance, very manly, very direct, it makes me think of tall mountains in sunny, crisp weather, it makes me think of great sequoia forests, it makes me think of a 40smth gentleman wearing a 3-piece suit knowing exactly what he wants out of life. Sharp, rather serious, no-nonsense fragrance. In a weird way, this seems to me as the olfactory couterpart of what sichuan pepper brings to fine cuisine, with a slight numbing of the senses as it is so spicy, in a good way. Once the pepper / cedar blast has mellowd, the orange gives this a more ''clean'' vibe, even something slightly watery, compared to the ''dry'' notes dominating. My girlfriend thinks this smells very sexy.