Re: MUSCLETECH SCAM
Posted by john doe on October 20, 1998 at 15:32:52:
In Reply to: Re: MUSCLETECH SCAM posted by THE TRUTH TO IT ALL on October 15, 1998 at 03:07:24:
: Here is an unbiased opinion from someone who knows. Over 2 years ago when MucleTech released their first test batch of 50 stacks to the public, I was on it in a flash. I read the claims and thought what the hell, let's try it. Here's a couple odd things, MucleTech gladly took my order without any hint of their supply(ie.. waiting list), I have a feeling they probably sold hundreds of them due to the demand, second odd thing was that they gladly shipped it to me even though I live in Canada, and if you're not a moron like most who have replied here, you know that MuscleTech products are illegal in Canada. They actually shipped it through the U.S. and back into B.C. somewho without it being confiscated. I honestly believe that the products are for real. Maybe not as great as the clowns in the ads, but they do work. I believe most gains are acheived through a stronger mental drive. You get hyped about it so you try much harder. I could actually pull off around 21+ sets of 8 reps in an hour. The stuff really pumps you up big time. The big problem here is with all the complete fucking morons who think working out is lifting the remote to change channels. Do you have any comprehension of human biology?? If you did you would realise that taking creatine and some pills won't turn you into the guys in the ads. Most are professional bodybuilders who devote every waking second of every day to body building. They take products like muscletech's to help supplement what they already do, which is why they are called "supplements" not "He-man transformation pills". Let's put it this way, if you don't already work out religiously, eat a well balanced controlled diet and don't already have a descent physique, don't bother with supplements at all because they won't do shit for you because you're already not doing things properly. Why put Nitros in a Pinto??? So why put high tech supplements into lazy ass blobs who don't know what the fuck they are doing to begin with. I hope this clears up a few gray areas for all the wannabe's and morons out there. For the record I am a 21 year old guy who lives in a farm town in Canada, not some spokesperson for some fucking magazine, if I was I'd just buy a body like the dudes in the magazines.
- Re: MUSCLETECH SCAM john p 15:41:50 10/20/98