Professor X wrote:
How about you decrease the bullshit by asking those who just “returned to training” and those who are newbies, along with those who have been training for less than one year to NOT respond to the threads?
I hope your comment was not pointed at me though. I gave muscle memory the credit for my present gains and only related my experience with recurperation. I have traditionally needed a LOT of sleep, even more when exercising. [/quote]
It wasn’t directed at you. I read some of the posts in the thread under the sales info on this product and most of it was “I have used it for one whole week and already “feel” it working!!”. It is useless in terms of actually determining how this product is working for TRAINED individuals who aren’t just picking up a weight for the first time.
I think Testosterone has come up with some very good products. I think they put much more than average thought into what they release, however, some members on this forum act as if they can’t train unless they are using every product they make or as if this is the ONLY company that makes products worth paying attention to or using.
Having someone with very little gym experience rant about how a supplement has allowed them to stay the same weight and they think their abs stand out more does what as far as letting us know real world results for this product?
It is common sense. If you want to really know how this product works, you don’t ask the newbies who believe everything works. You don’t ask guys who quit lifting, just started back and are now regaining size that was lost. You ask the guys who have been lifting CONSISTENTLY for a long time and know the difference between this product actually working and the effects of eating well and training hard.