When a supplement promises a 400% increase in body strength with no extra exercise or work from you, my recommendation is that if you choose to read on, you do so carefully and with a skeptical eye.
I realize this is just marketing, but in my opinion, blatant lies like that should be strike against a product.
Of course, one line on a product website isn’t everything, so we continued to investigate Elite Gain 350.
What Is Elite Gain 350?
Sounding suspiciously similar to another supplement called Elite Test 360, Elite Gain 350 is a pre workout formula that promises to get you ripped, cut, strong, and fit.
And it even comes with a couple side benefits, like increased testosterone and sex drive.
By using this stuff, you’ll ignite your fat burning fires, find yourself with insanely unstoppable energy, break all your PR’s at the gym, and sculpt your body into the supreme specimen you know you were meant to be.
If you find that description a little over the top, then I’ve done my job.I wanted you to get a sense of the attitude presented by the official Elite Gain 350 website and promotional materials.
They also mention that it was recently voted the #1 muscle product in the US.
Voted by whom I have no idea, but that’s what they claim…
How Elite Gain 350 Works
According to the website, Elite Gain 350 “supercharges your DNA at the molecular level.”
But frankly, I’m not sure what that even means, much less how a nitric oxide supplement is supposed to achieve it.
Then of course, they add in that famous line from above, “No added exercise is needed to see immediate results!”
Uh oh, this seems to be a trend….
But seriously, if Elite Gain 350is actually a nitric oxide focused pre workout, then what it does is increase the amount of nitric oxide your body produces.
Since NO is a vasodilator, your blood vessels open up to allow a greater flow of blood to your muscles while you work out.
This gives you pumps which look great in the gym, and it also allows for the delivery of increased amounts of oxygen and nutrients to your muscles during and after your workout.
More oxygen gives you more muscle energy.
More nutrients helps you recover better after your workout.
The thing is, there are about a gazillion nitric oxide focused pre workout supplements out there.
So why should you choose Elite Gain 350?
Elite Gain 350 Ingredients
If you’re hoping to find the reason here, you’ll be disappointed.
The ingredient profile for Elite Gain 350 is apparently a well kept secret.
Nowhere on the product website is there a list.
We weren’t able to find a list anywhere else either.
So I guess we’re just going to have to trust Elite Gain 350 when they tell us it makes us fit and strong with no additional exercise (not!)
But wait, the website says it’s clinically proven to work.
Here’s what they say Elite Gain 350 is clinically proven to do:
- Dramatically boost lean muscle mass.
- Elevate nitric oxide production.
- Eliminate lactic acid and ammonia and free radicals.
- Heal torn and damaged muscles.
- Increase ATP and phosphocretine recovery.
Usually, when a serious company mentions clinical trials, they go on to cite them or at least to reference where the customer can find them. But Elite Gain 350 doesn’t do that at all.
In fact, if you look at their terms and conditions page, they explicitly state that “this information has not been evaluated by any government agency, nor has it gone through the rigorous double-blind studies required before a particular product can be deemed truly beneficial or potentially dangerous and prescribed in the treatment of any condition or disease”.
Elite Gain 350 Reviews
The Elite Gain 350 website offers 3 customer testimonials with before and after pictures.
There’s one in particular from Adam P.
This guy’s image shows up on websites for dozens of different products.
Just one more strike against this product.
Where to Buy
Elite Gain 350 is only available through its official website.
Sprinkled all throughout are buttons inviting you to “Try Risk Free.” Seems like a great opportunity, right?
A supplement that promises to make me look like a god, and I get to try it for free?
Not so fast.
Here’s how it actually works, and stick with me here. It’s kind of confusing.
If you place an order, they send you 2 bottles, good for a 2 month supply, but you pay for only 20 days worth of the first bottle.
Then after 30 days, they charge you fully (minus a 33% discount off retail), and start sending you a new bottle each month applying that 33% discount.
I wrote about this scam pretty extensively in my special report, click here to check that out.
So the big question is “how much does it cost?” Well, if you can believe it, they don’t say.
Searching deep inside the Terms and Conditions document, I found that the price of a different supplement this company sells is $143.99.
No word on how much Elite Gain 350 costs, but if that other supplement is any indication, it’s a lot.
There’s no money back guarantee.Then only way you can get a refund is if you send back an unopened bottle that’s been damaged.
Even then, they won’t return your money, they’ll just send you a new bottle.
Elite Gain 350 Pros and Cons
Frankly, I don’t see anything good about Elite Gain 350 so let’s just recap the drawbacks:
- There’s no ingredient list.
- They promise you will get ripped and strong with no additional work on your part.
- They say weird stuff about how Elite Gain 350 supercharges your DNA.
- They use fake customer reviews.
- They mention clinical testing that doesn’t exist.
- They use some convoluted ordering scheme that forces you to buy 2 bottles at once and sign up for ongoing shipments until you can manage to get in touch with them to cancel.
- They don’t tell you the price!
Why in the world would anyone buy a supplement with unknown ingredients at an unknown price and promise to continue buying it indefinitely at that unknown price?
Now add in the ridiculous statements and phony testimonials, and I ask you again.
There really are supplements that can help you get ripped, lean, and strong.
Elite Gain 350 is not one of them.
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How many pills or capsules you have to take per day? One? Two? Two times per day and each time 2 capsules? Please need a answer quik -Ciprian
They don't disclose dosing information online. You'll have to check the instructions on the bottle.- Rob
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Elite 350 is a scam. The pretend to give you a free trial but them charge you for the next 30 days supply. That would be OK except that they will continue charging your credit card. There is no way you cancel the order as the emails they provide for cancellation and support do not exist. Tell your readers to beware of this company as they are a scam. -HENRY
Yep, that's what it says in the review above. Since you can't reach them to cancel, contact your credit card company and tell them you don't want to accept any further charges. They may even have a phone number to reach them.- Rob
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