Andromass... Advert a TAD miss leading?
- 10-14-2011, 02:21 AM
- 10-14-2011, 04:20 AM
Hey HereToStudy, I had a REALLY interesting question that I would like to discuss with you about your Androseries products. It's an idea for using them that I want to run by you. Can you email me please at forceofgreen at gmail dot com?
The other thing I wanted to ask you is about Phyto Test. What's the consensus for it's appetite increasing capabilities? Is this effect common? Do you guys have any sample sizes that I may try for a few days? I am planning on running it shortly anyways, but if you have a few samples or whatnot, that'd be greatly appreciated
10-14-2011, 05:28 PM
10-14-2011, 06:27 PM
Yeah and the thing with them liking the midsection a bit puffier, I don't get that either! lol.
10-15-2011, 02:46 PM
10-15-2011, 06:00 PM
Growth and increase in Size is relative to what you looked like before taking the product. If you are already jacked before taking it then yor back very well may look like that after taking it, and thus it would be correct to say AM contributed to a freaky back. There's not one product that will take you to the point of that model. But its impractical to hold companies to the standard you are trying to. What are they supposed to do, put a disclaimer at the bottom? "Please be advised. To achieve results as depicted, user must consume 2 grams per protein per lb of body weight, as well as get 8 hrs of sleep per night, utilize an appropriate vitamin/amino stack, in conjunction with a rigorous workout regimen so on and so forth..." not gonna happen.
I can attest that with a little bit of common sense and work ethic you can put on 8-15 lbs with AM. I did and I couldn't be happier, despite not looking like Ronnie after my cycle.
10-15-2011, 07:34 PM
You can put on 8-12 pounds without AndroMass. And why did it suddenly go up 3 pounds?. 2 grams of protein per pound of body weight is a little much also. Of course you have to workout and eat right. That is a given. If that disclaimer were there though some idiots would of course change there diet and exercise program and get everything down. Then they would start to gain and think its the AndroMass and not the change in diet. I've posted that I have this viewpoint before. When a supplement doesn't do what it claims company reps claim it is the diet and exercise routine the person is following. The customer all of a sudden changes everything and gains start coming and they think it is the supplement. Not saying AM doesn't work just trying to prove a point vaguely related to the original post.
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