Test Boost Max Review – Can This SculptNation Supplement Boost Testosterone?

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By Thomas Youngerman

Reviewed by Juliana Tamayo, MS, RDN - Last Updated

Test Boost Max Review

Per the SculptNation/V Shred website, they are a “Cutting Edge Worldwide Sports Nutrition Brand,” positioned as one of the fastest-growing fitness companies in the world today. The company was founded in 2015 and launched in 2016 by co-founders Vince Sant (the face of the company), Nick Daniel, Roger Crandall (CTO), and Kevin Pearn. Created in Hollywood, CA, incorporated in Las Vegas as an LLC, the company currently lists its headquarters as Plano, Texas. 

SculptNation markets dietary supplements, a complete line of women’s apparel under the V Shred brand name, workout videos, and customized diet and nutrition programs. Their supplement product offering addresses the staples: pre-and post-workouts, BCAAs, creatine, a nootropic, whey isolate protein powder, greens, probiotics, turmeric, digestive enzymes, diet aids, a thermogenic and a PM product, a growth hormone support product, and a test booster – the subject of this review, Test Boost Max.

So, is Test Boost Max really able to help boost your testosterone levels? Let’s take a closer look in this complete review of Test Boost Max!

About SculptNation

The company’s website,, is one of the most robust we have encountered. It switches seamlessly from SculptNation to V Shred (the original company’s name – short for Vincesanity Shred). The marketing is ultra-aggressive and supported by claims, images (more six-packs than a liquor store), and success stories. If content is king in marketing, then Vince Sant et al. are royalty in the fitness space. You may be familiar with some of SculptNation’s supplements, such as SculptNation Burn, as they have produced such a wide variety of products and definitely make sure to market them well.

SculptNation Test Boost Max For Men

We admit to a bias against the outrageous; however, we will approach this review as objectively as possible. Two of the hallmarks of reputable nutrition companies, certified manufacturing facilities, and third-party testing are mentioned on the SculptNation site; however, the products do not have the cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices) seal or a third-party certification as Safe for Sport. We are left to wonder who certifies the facilities and who performs the third-party testing. 

In an industry where M.D.s, Ph.D.’s, scientists, and researchers are the norm, the face of SculptNation is a personal trainer and fitness model certified by the International Sports Sciences Association. On the ISSA site, they promise, “be certified in four weeks” through We do not intend to discredit the ISSA’s certification process; however, a typical Ph.D. takes up to eight years. A formulator is not mentioned in the marketing materials, so we are unsure of their credentials; however, the ingredients in Test Boost Max seem appropriate to the category. Further, the product lists each component independently along with its weight. We appreciate the transparency in labeling and the lack of proprietary blends.

About Test Boost Max

As the name implies, Test Boost Max is a dietary supplement in gel capsule form designed to boost male testosterone levels. The product contains eight popular ingredients in the testosterone support space – to be discussed in the key ingredient section. 

Replacement therapy and supplementation (testosterone and/or growth hormone) are the two most popular methods to address declining hormone levels, which contribute to aging, disease, and a host of other adverse health conditions.  

Test Boost Max by Sculptnation

The Role of Testosterone

Testosterone is the primary sex hormone in men, responsible for libido. When produced in the body as an anabolic steroid, it promotes muscle mass, strength, bone mass, and fat distribution. It also plays a vital role in the development of male reproductive tissues and the prostate.

It’s common knowledge that a man’s testosterone levels decline as we age, beginning in the mid-late twenties, declining by about 1 – 2% per year. At a certain point, these reduced levels of testosterone place men at higher risk for elevated cholesterol, heart attacks, strokes, dementia, and diabetes. With low testosterone (Low T), men lose lean mass, gain weight around the middle, and their brains don’t function as well. They also get grumpy, tired, lose their energy, and have problems with erectile dysfunction. 

Avoiding these issues clearly represents an excellent case for supplementation. In the industry, the goal of testosterone support products is to replicate the optimal levels and ratios of youth. By restoring hormone profiles to youthful levels, you literally create a younger body. A more youthful appearance, improved function, and increased resistance to disease follow naturally.

SculptNation’s marketing approach to supporting testosterone levels is as follows “Ready to gain explosive strength, pack on slabs of lean muscle, melt a mountain of fat, and skyrocket your libido?”

The product claims to improve your performance in the bed – “send your libido into hyperdrive,” and in the gym, “blow-torch body fat, and increase lean muscle.”

The company “guarantees” increased testosterone levels due to its eight potent libido and testosterone boosting ingredients, discussed below.

Test Boost Max Ingredients

The company promises safe and natural, research-backed ingredients provided in their proper doses. Kind enough to avoid proprietary blend camouflage, we’re able to review each element and its clinically tested levels. Not satisfied with phrasing such as maximum effective dosage, the site suggests you “take action now because ingredients of this quality don’t last long … we occasionally have to pull Test Boost Max from the shelves due to shortages with these incredible testosterone accelerating agents.”

The first thing we noticed when studying the Supplement Facts panel is that there are nine ingredients, not eight. The site fails to mention one ingredient, 3.3 Diindolylmethane, more commonly known and marketed as DIM. DIM is an excellent product in its own right and one we believe should be included in testosterone support supplements. SculptNation does so but fails to mention it?

Test Boost Max-Supplement Facts

Here is a list of the Test Boost Max ingredients, with dosages indicated and a brief mention of its function. 

Ashwagandha Root Extract, 600 mg

Ashwagandha is best known in the industry as an adaptogen, an herb that helps manage stress and anxiety. Other uses include suppressing cortisol, and in clinical studies, the herb is shown to increase testosterone levels in men.  SculptNation, to their credit, uses a patented, trademarked ingredient, KSM-66, from Ixoreal Biomed. Dosages in clinical studies ranged from 200 mg to 3 grams. A 600 mg dosage is indicated for Test Boost Max. 

Tribulus Terrestris, 500 mg

A staple ingredient in the test boosting space, ironically, Tribulus is not shown to increase testosterone in human clinical studies. Tribulus may enhance the libido; however, there is no clinical support for muscle or strength gain. Dosages commonly used are 500 – 1,000 mg per day.

Panax American Ginseng, 20 mg

Used in traditional Chinese medicine for years, ginseng is a potent antioxidant that may also reduce chronic inflammation – two of the primary causes of aging and disease. Ginseng is also shown to improve the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, improve brain function, and increase energy. Most clinical tests use a dosage of 200 mg up to two grams. 

Cordyceps Mushrooms, 20 mg

Another ingredient that may combat chronic inflammation. Cordyceps also boost athletic performance and have antiaging benefits. The dosage commonly used in human research is 1,000–3,000 mg per day.

Hawthorn Berry Extract, 40 mg

Hawthorn is a rich source of polyphenols, with potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The berry has been used in Chinese medicine as a digestive aid for centuries. Clinically tested at 500 mg, hawthorn berry can act as a vasodilator, lowering blood pressure and improving erectile dysfunction.

Tongkat Ali – (Eurycoma Longifolla) 20 mg

One of the better researched, more established ingredients in testosterone support products. In a study published by PubMed, Tongkat Ali significantly increased testosterone production, to normal levels, at a dosage of 200 mg per day.  

Horny Goat Weed, Epimedium, 160 mg

Horny goat weed is another popular ingredient in the testosterone space, thought to benefit treating E.D., high blood pressure, and low libido. Most dosage recommendations are in grams versus the mg in Test Boost Max. 

3.3 Diindolylmethane (DIM) 100 mg

A key ingredient in many testosterone support products, DIM inhibits an enzyme called aromatase, which converts testosterone to estrogen. DIM supplements may also combat prostate enlargement and prostate cancer.

Our Assessment of the Test Boost Max Formula

To reiterate, we appreciate the transparency of the formula and the dosages of several key ingredients such as the Tribulus, Ashwagandha, and DIM. Most of the other ingredients are rather severely under-dosed versus levels used in clinical trials. 

One of the most potent testosterone support ingredients, fenugreek, is missing in this formula. Fenugreek has many significant clinical trials supporting efficacy, which is why you’ll find it in many other testosterone boosters, including New Vitality Ageless Male, TestoGen, and Testo-Max. Also missing in Testo Boost Max’s formula is ZMA, zinc, magnesium, and vitamin B6, which have been shown to help optimize hormone levels and support muscle strength. To be fair, many companies market ZMA as a stand-alone product.

Test Boost Max Recommended Dosage

Per the Supplement Panel, the recommended dose is three capsules per day. Each bottle of Test Boost Max contains a thirty-day supply. 

Test Boost Max Benefits

The concept of a testosterone product is to optimize healthy testosterone levels naturally. By doing so, you should see benefits in the following areas: 

  • Increased energy
  • Improved sex drive and performance
  • Better mental focus and mood
  • Better body composition:
    • Increased strength and lean muscle
    • Reduced body fat
  • Enhanced recovery from intense exercise

Test Boost Max-Exercise

How Does Test Boost Max Perform – the Claims versus the Reality

There is no doubt that those who buy the product and incorporate a solid nutrition and exercise plan will see results. If SculptNation does nothing more than inspire and motivate their customers to make these lifestyle changes while taking Test Boost Max, then they are providing value. As indicated in the ingredient segment, several of the components in Test Boost Max are research-based, will positively impact testosterone levels, and provide additional health benefits. 

However, we seriously doubt Test Boost Max delivers on its promise of explosive strength gains, added slabs of lean muscle, a melted mountain of fat, and skyrocketed libido. Remember, you are taking a testosterone support product, not a steroid, so goals should be realistic.

Is Test Boost Max Safe?

Testosterone supplementation is one area where consulting with your physician before taking the supplement is crucial. Several of the ingredients are potent, can cause adverse side effects, and may interact with other prescription medicines. 

Some of the potential side effects of Test Boost supplements:

  • Increased heart rate
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Prostate growth
  • Headaches
  • Gynecomastia – breast swelling or tenderness
  • Liver damage

Given the severity of the potential side effects, we recommend caution and consultation before beginning a testosterone product regimen. 

Test Boost Max Pricing

On the SculptNation website, one bottle of Test Boost Max, 90 capsules, thirty servings, when ordered as a single purchase, is $49.00. The subscription price is $41.00. The company also offers bundles, 3-bottles for $44.00 each, and 6-bottles for $32.50 each.

Test Boost Max Website

In Summary: Test Boost Max

Test Boost Max contains many viable ingredients for boosting testosterone. That said, there are some red flags – from a lack of recognized accreditations to a bit of ingredient “fairy dusting” to overly flamboyant marketing and outlandish claims. 

If, as they state in their advertising, SculptNation has reached over 900,000 consumers in the past several years and helped them achieve their fitness goals, we applaud them. Diet and exercise work. If Vince Sant has motivated people to adopt good nutrition and exercise, he is to be congratulated.

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