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Fahrenheit In Wal-Mart

I was walking through Wal-Mart the other day when what did I spy? gasp Fahrenheit! ( good for my girl, not so much for me) Quickly running through the rest of the pharmaceuticals I didn’t find anyother Biotest products. Are there going to be others available at Wal-Mart?

In order to subsidize T-Nation, Biotest has formulated some products for the general population.

Fahrenheit was designed to be the metabolism breakthrough for women and as such, is not sold on the T-Nation site.

And, while you MAY in the future see other Biotest products on retailer’s shelves, they will be different (weaker) formulations than those that are sold on the T-Nation site.

Not to worry. Your secret weapons (Biotest/T-Nation supps) are not for the masses.

[quote]Atomic Dog wrote:
In order to subsidize T-Nation, Biotest has formulated some products for the general population.

Fahrenheit was designed to be the metabolism breakthrough for women and as such, is not sold on the T-Nation site.

And, while you MAY in the future see other Biotest products on retailer’s shelves, they will be different (weaker) formulations than those that are sold on the T-Nation site.

Not to worry. Your secret weapons (Biotest/T-Nation supps) are not for the masses.

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Thanks for the quick response :slight_smile:

Hey TC,

Not that I’m complaining about stronger versions of Biotest stuff for T-Nation members, I was just wondering what was the reasoning behind having weaker supps for retailers?

[quote]Atomic Dog wrote:
Fahrenheit was designed to be the metabolism breakthrough for women and as such, is not sold on the T-Nation site. [/quote]

That’s what I thought! I replied to someone on another thread - why are you using a product designed for women and women’s needs and it was blocked by the moderators and I got a PM saying Fahrenheit was for everyone. Boy am I confused…

[quote]sam747 wrote:
Hey TC,

Not that I’m complaining about stronger versions of Biotest stuff for T-Nation members, I was just wondering what was the reasoning behind having weaker supps for retailers? [/quote]

Here’s something I wrote a while ago that should help explain our thinking:

“The Biotest supps available through T-Nation were created for the hardcore athlete rather than the mass market. The general consumer wouldn?t understand these products. The general consumer would be afraid of these products.”

It’s also partly out of courtesy to the guys who “brung us to the dance,” in that long-time readers wouldn’t want to know that just anyone can buy their secret weapons.

Seems like you are trying to say something without actually saying it. I think I understand, thanks for the reply.

I noticed the Fahrenheit display Sunday night and about fell over in shock.

Well, to be honest, it’s cause we all heard Biotest is an easy lay.

[quote]Atomic Dog wrote:
It’s also partly out of courtesy to the guys who “brung us to the dance,” [/quote]

[quote]greatgro wrote:
Atomic Dog wrote:
Fahrenheit was designed to be the metabolism breakthrough for women and as such, is not sold on the T-Nation site.

That’s what I thought! I replied to someone on another thread - why are you using a product designed for women and women’s needs and it was blocked by the moderators and I got a PM saying Fahrenheit was for everyone. Boy am I confused…
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Yes, Fahrenheit was designed specifically for women. Find me the name of the mod who told you that it was for “everyone” and I will put his head on a post for all to see!

Yea, I saw HOT-ROX at CVS a couple of weeks ago.

Hopefully increased revenue/profits= more R&D

More R&D= more/better products.

However, if Tim and T.C take more profits and start Body-for-Eternity or Physique-for-Perpetuity and then sell Biotest and move in next to Bill Phillips,some heads will surely roll.

[quote]NateN wrote:
Well, to be honest, it’s cause we all heard Biotest is an easy lay.

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Yeah, I know how that started.

Someone spread the rumor that Tim had loose morals, but it turns out he had loose “molars”.

Big embarrassing misunderstanding.

wow Fahrenheit at a Wal Mart. That’s a good way to make money. I always see the older HOT-ROX at Vitamin World. I laughed the first time I saw it. This was already past the release of Maximum Strength HOT-ROX.

While it doesn’t look good distributing “weaker” stuff to retailers, I think it might help lead buyers to this site to learn more information.

Thats cool as long as you keep making the “strong” stuff for us. I hate trying to swallow a fist full of the same pills (i.e. 18 100 mg Andro’s instead of 6 4AD-EC). Biotest is still the best (and always will be IMHO).

Better living through Chemistry!

[quote]Atomic Dog wrote:
Find me the name of the mod who told you that it was for “everyone” and I will put his head on a post for all to see![/quote]

Sounds like someone is suffering from rabbies (ehich coul dbe the result of an elevated T-level in dawgs?)

Just kidding

[quote]fragfeaster777 wrote:

Sounds like someone is suffering from rabbies (ehich coul dbe the result of an elevated T-level in dawgs?)

Just kidding[/quote]

Sorry guys for the spelling

The line in brackets should read “(which could be the result of elevated T-levels in dawgs?)”

(Moderator’s note: the edit function isn’t working right now, but will be soon. Thanks!)