- 12-06-2007, 02:10 PM
Maybe, but it's true. I love all these 'I used it and liked/loved it, but apparently it was all a giant sugar rush!! **** them!' posts.
Remember other companies who dis No-Xplode have a lot to gain by doing so. I'll need way more details before I'll say BSN sucks. It's been a while since I used it; I think I'll give it another try soon.
- 12-06-2007, 02:11 PM
sorry bro but if no-xplode doesn't contain the ingredients that bsn say it does ,no-xplode and bsn do not deserve the money you put on their products.
Regarding the placebo I can assure you that the creatine effects don't exist if there is no creatine, maybe what you felt is the caffeine effect, drink some coffees and save your money.
12-06-2007, 02:17 PM
It may not contain the ingredients it says it does; it's my choice whether the effect I get is worth it to me.
It's been known for a very long time that a scoop of No-Xplode has >1gr creatine. It isn't marketed as a creatine product, really; it's called NO, or nitric oxide, for a reason, not CRE-explode. See where I'm going?
It's not just caffeine and sugar. I own a coffee roasting business, and have my choice of the finest coffees in the world. Coffee doesn't do **** for me, I drink 6 espressos in the morning on my days off just to bring myself to baseline. I've used No-Doz and gatorade pre-workout. These don't hold a candle to no-xplode. I know lots of people who agree.
What's in it? Couldn't tell you. I'd love to know. But it's not placebo, or simply caffeine.
12-06-2007, 02:51 PM
the big problem here is that if is true that bsn lies in the sup facts , bsn does not deserve the consumer respect .
I cant agree with a politic of false statements, if one product contains steroids and says it`s clean it will work for sure but probably some consumers didn`t knew what they were taking.
If a product says that contains creatine it MUST have creatine!
12-06-2007, 02:57 PM
I agree. I wonder if, when they switched to the new formula and red bottles, they didn't cut a corner or two? Could be.
12-06-2007, 05:04 PM
All of this BSN bashing is giving me a headache.
For people who hate BSN, some people are giving an awful lot of attention to the subject matter.
We all have the right to voice our opinions, though. Especially when we spend money and put our trust into a particular company, then come to find out, they've been screwing us all along.
I have a 1/2 tub of NO-Xplode left and I'm sure I'll end up using the rest of it. I've had great experience with it in the past. There are some other BSN products I'd like to try and I think I'll give them a shot, especially since I can get pretty much discount products on them. If they do nothing for me, then I'll can them and will stop giving money to BSN.
I'm still somewhat undecided on whether or not I truely do like BSN. I do like NO-Xplode, Syntha-6, and Cell Mass. However, I'm quite pissed off that BSN has exaggerated/lied/whathaveyou to us consumers.
Misleading your customers is the worst thing you could do.
12-06-2007, 05:05 PM
12-06-2007, 08:25 PM
why bash a company? i mean yea they are BS and they falsely advertise their ingredients...but im sure they dont care cuz they make mad money compared to other supplement companies. anyway i agree with MGny....too much bashing..
btw...syntha 6 tastes awesome.
12-06-2007, 10:04 PM
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