Has anyone else noticed this?
They've been using the same ads for hydroxycut since like 2003. But the formula for hydroxycut has been redone about a dozen times since then (like when they had to drop the ephedra).
So like half the testimonies on the commercial....aren't for the same product they're even selling, are they?
I triedGelcaps last year and it made me a jittery, nautious, sweaty, random wood getting mess.
I dont recommend it.
But it helped Jay win his second Olympia?
That's a good point. But at least when stretching the truth, it's all about the same thing you are selling.
This is like using the Testimonies from Halodrol-50 to sell Halodrol Liquid Gels. Or Superdrol to sell SDNG.
I think in the video he is actually pushing his knees with both of his hands. He probably should have used knees wraps instead because he was being so hardcore.
But again, I see no difference really.
I'm not arguing about rereleasing the product under a new formula. It happens all the time.
I'm arguing about advertising using data which is no longer valid. If someone lost 10lbs using hydroxycut, that's no longer valid information to be advertised since that version no longer exists and there is no mention of the fact that it was a different version.
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So what you're saying is the AX needs more hotties in their ads, right?
One time IN THE SAME MAGAZINE they had the same guy in both of these ads:
-One with hydroxycut the guy losing like 30lbs in 8 weeks or whatever
-The next ad he GAINED 30lbs in 8 weeks using mesotech. It was the most hilarious thing ive read. And im being completely serious, same magazine, same guy.