This statement is exactly correct. The trouble is, have you seen some of these threads started by guys who could practically finance a new Hummer with what they’re spending on supps, but they’re living on food that wouldn’t nourish a 13 year old gymnastics student?
Usually that’s where you find posts urging somebody to rethink the way they’re doing everything before buying a bunch of supplements that they will soon declare to be shit because they didn’t get the results they thought they would. All the while it’s been their ill designed/executed routine and poor overall nutrition or both that were the problem.
On a related note, if I were a Biotest partner I’d rather have a guy use my products under circumstances that will more likely make him a long term user than sell him 300 bucks worth of stuff once that he doesn’t know how to use.[/quote]
I hear you and agree with your message. I personally will point that out to someone who is obviously lacking in knowledge or education in these areas. However, this fellow seems to be on the right track yet, invariably you have those who will post don’t ever use supps under any circumstances their a waste of money. This simply isn’t true and that was the point of my post.