Wonder if anyone else received the latest from Leo Costa. It touts “the biggest bodybuilding breakthrough in your lifetime”. Some stuff called Fortis Plus, which is supposedly derived from a female pheromone released by women during pre-ovulation, that “instantly shakes up a man’s hormone system”. It is supposed to trigger a sudden testosterone spike of 250% normal levels for 30 minutes. Costa claims this allows you to spike your T levels specifically for workouts. And you can get this new miracle supplement for the low low price of $122 a bottle, if you take part in Costa’s “market test”. What is this Fortis Plus crap? Hasn’t this guy heard of Androsol? Bill Roberts or any T-mag staffers know anything about this? I’m assuming it’s worthless…
Yes I too have received that letter from good old Leo. I should just throw them away as soon as I see who it is from, but it is very entertaing to read his letters and about all his “breakthroughs”. I have to laugh sometimes. The sad thing is that if he is still selling “miracle products”, that means people must still be buying them.
10 points for creativity . .
If a guy elevates his T level 250% for 30 minutes, the only likely muscle growth he’ll see will be between his legs.
Even if this did work, why would you want a testosterone spike for 30 min. Muscle growth depends on sustained levels of high testosterone.
Over the years I’ve received so much bullshit in the mail by Costa. Anything from him I just quickly throw away.
I am not sure if I buy this one either. however, costa did bring several products to the marketplace before they become popular such as tribestan, colostrum, Suma (20-ecd).
I had mentioned awhile ago about a study in Switzerland that found a 50% increase in T levels when a fatty acid was secreted by women near ovalation. That’s was a 50% increase by saliva test… they likely drooled away the other 200%.