New Supplements: Claims Amazing results?

  • MercuryMax

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    Nov 05, 2009 7:09 PM GMT
    So I keep seeing this stupid ad everywhere online about ryansrippedcombo.com, it claims that there is this new supplement combo that is totally healthy and gives SUPER AMAZING results in just 4weeks. And I have to admit, everytime I see one of the ads with different before and after photos of recent customers, I get jealous and want it. Another kicker is that it claims that you can get the supplements for free or somethin like that....

    Has anyone tried these products or know anyone who's tried these products? Or know anything about this? It just seems to good to be true.

    The supplements are called Max Xtreme & Force Max.
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    Nov 05, 2009 11:01 PM GMT
    What about the vitamins and supplements for harder erections in the Vitamin aisle?Has anyone had any success with any of them?
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    Nov 05, 2009 11:33 PM GMT
    there's another thread about this that I'm too lazy to link for you. I'll just say, it's a ripoff, and those ARE NOT customers.
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    Nov 05, 2009 11:35 PM GMT
    Guys - please don't be taken in by all that stuff. It is tempting but lets not go there. There are three conditions necessary to get 'ripped':

    do the right resistance work
    do some very high intensity cv work
    eat 1.5-2 grams of protein a day and 6 grams of carbs

    And that is the easy bit. The difficult bit is that it requires elf-discipline, commitment, determination and single mindedness. There are no short cuts
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    Nov 05, 2009 11:51 PM GMT
    Very true. You have to eat to get lean and active, and, you have to be consistent.

    All that being said, if the model isn't a starving gay guy, he's on a list of stuff: high protein; AAS; T3/T4; diuretics; is genetically gifted and works his ass off. The guys have huge bills for all their goodies, and one way to pay for the stuff is endorse product whatever.

    Most of the stuff is junk.

    An average guy doesn't have what it takes to be magazine quality. They simply don't have the mental mindset to accomplish that goal.
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    Nov 06, 2009 3:07 AM GMT
    I remember one from a couple years ago based on some chemical extracted from tomato. However, it would only work if you switched to doing intense super sets every other day. That would make anybody grow big.

    The marketing you see is from guys that have taken the "Learn how to make $7,000 a month at home". They aren't actually selling anything they funnel "hits" to an established company's web site and get paid for every hit they deliver.
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    Nov 15, 2009 9:08 PM GMT
    I once had a long conversation with a famous trainer from the L.A. area.
    He said most ad's we see for workout programs and supplements are filmed/photographed in reverse.
    In other words the company finds really fit models (Male & Female) and make them fat for the advertising campaign.
    Then release the photos as before and after when it really was the other way around ?
    I guess there really is no substitue for "Good genes"