What happens when..
You have a large amount of faithful readers.. which you give this extremely over priced supplement to claiming massive gains? But not only give them the supplement.. strongly encourage them to record all their meals, workouts etc? Is it not bloody obvious that maybe its not the supplement doing the work, that perhaps thats what happens 95% of the time when someone begins recording their stuff?
"Significant gains in the gym", OK> What if your fitness mentor told you, take this and you will have great gains, workout like a machine? You would go to the gym pumped up, and I believe most of us are smart enough to know that when were pumped up, we can often move more weight. Get it yet?
Finally, has it ever occured that it is jusstttt the TNation authors (owners and associates of I3G) who are pushing the product? Has anyone here even considered cross referencing their info on any other sites? I mean, the whole speech on how this stuff works so amazingly is great and inspiring.. but its false and the only reason these people gain weight is because theyre recording meals, workouts, and pumped up for the gym.
Please people, for your sake, open your eyes.. I did 4 months ago when I left this site realizing, all the info is controlled by the owners of I3G. Dont believe it? This message will be deleted instantly.. see for yourself.