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1. Workouts Designed To Get You Ripped Quick

We hate spending more time in the gym than we have to, so we came up with these great workouts designed for not only busy men, but also for when your traveling.

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2. Tips On What To Eat, and What NOT To Eat

You’ll learn how to make smarter choices both in the grocery store, and when dining out, without spending a fortune.

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3. How To Avoid Dangerous (and even Life-Threatening) Supplements.

There’s a wide variety of unscrupulous supplement companies out there that are more concerned about their bottom line than getting you results. We expose them all.
“You guys practically saved my life, I never knew they were pumping that stuff into their pills!”

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Learn how to successfully get six pack abs, without breaking the bank on expensive and gimmicky products.

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5. Customized Supplement Plans

Confused about which supplements you should take. No need to worry, we provide details about the right (and wrong) supplements you should be taking to get the most out of your workouts.

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  1. Hey Rob

    I’m 51 and been working out for the better part of 30 years with a few gaps in there. Been pretty steady for the last 5 -7 years.

    Started some sarms a few days ago. Please send me your ebook.


  2. Hey Rob, I’m 48 years old, 5’10” and I weigh 220lbs. I have never worked out before and I want to lose some weight especially in my stomach/mid section. I never tried any types of supplements.

    What do you recommend?

    Also, I signed up for your ebook but I still have not received it. Could you send it to my email along with your reccomendation.

    Thanks you in advance…

  3. Hey Rob,

    I’m 61 going on 62 and have been an athlete worked out most of my life while a career sailor in the U.S. Navy.

    I played most of the normal sports, football, basketball, and baseball. I also wrestled for the Navy until I was 42.

    After “retiring” from the Navy in ’97 I stopped working out for about 10 years and eventually got up to about 425 pounds. After seeing myself in a picture in 2008, I started working out again.

    Since then, I’m down to 290 but still want to lose another 50 pounds.

    Unfortunately, it’s been about 3 years since I lost any weight at all. I’ve tried supplements, different workout routines like lifting weights, not lifting, resistance training, high energy classes that nearly killed me (LOL).

    Nothing has been working. Guess you could call this a super plateau

    It’s been so bad lately that I’ve all but stopped working out.

    Been to the gym maybe 30 times this year. So I’m looking for something to get me going again.

    Got any suggestions?

    BTW, I’m 6’4″, Diabetic, and take prescription testosterone injections once every 3 weeks.

    Thanks for any help.

    1. Hey Carl,

      My guess is the problem may be with your diet. A trainer once told me “you can’t out exercise a bad diet” and that’s good advice. Use our calorie calculator on the website to figure out how many calories a day you need to eat to maintain a 300-500 calorie deficit. I’ll also send you my free “getting ripped” ebook along with some bonuses. It’s all good stuff, but in your case, pay particular attention to the diet portion of everything.

  4. hi there, interested in purchasing the instant knockout supplement. I have a lot if stubborn weight in my legs, workout 3x a week don’ttypical take supplements but want something that Will be efficient would this be ok for me?Also, I need good meal plan suggestions and don’t have one. do you have any information you could send me?

  5. Hey rob I’m really health and looking forward to reduce a lot of weight, firstly I would like to know which fat burner to take, secondly I need that eBook of ur’z , I have a waist of 40 my body weight 105 kg can u suggest
    1. Hey Abhikshit,

      I just sent over a copy of the ebook to your email. As for supplements, check out the Crazy Mass Cutting Stack. It’s a stack of 4 supplements put together to help you reach your goals. It includes a fat burner, a testosterone booster, and some muscle builders to help you get in great shape.

  6. What supplements and meals can a skinny guy take to put on more muscle. Don’t have any problems with excess fat, I would actually like to gain so weight.

    Any suggestions?

  7. Rob, look forward to this information. I’m 53 yrs young and starting to get fit.

    I’m looking forward to a transformation of my body. Thanks!

    1. Hey Oscar,

      Sure thing. I just sent it over to your email.

      Let me know if you have any more questions.

  8. I’m about 5’6 46 years old been working out over a year haven’t seen much results was leaner when doing calistetics I only use whey and casein what should I do I need to lose this stomach oh and I 178lbs…
    1. Hey Taj,

      I see you’ve downloaded the “getting ripped” ebook, and that’s a great start to help with meals and workouts. As far as supplements go, continue with your protein and add the Crazy Mass Cutting Stack. It’s 4 supplements that work together to help you get lean while staying strong.

  9. Rob,
    I came here to check up on the claims made by the folks claiming that 700% muscle gain which sounded too good to be true. Thanks for your good research and information!

    My question now is, unlike the gents posting, I ‘m 59, and working out is not my 1st rodeo. I had to stop because of a number of surgeries.

    Even after becoming an Ostomate, I returned to the gym. Now my last problem that needs attention is a herniated disk, some bulging disks, and degenerative spine disease.

    I believe that since I am at the beginning of this issue, I do not want to go into old age like everyone else. I’m have dropped about 25 lbs, and have another 75lbs of fat to drop.

    I currently stand at abot 5’7″. I am taking Axiron under a doctors preview.

    I want to use a version of the P90 work out tapes for starters, but what supplements would you recommend to an old fart like?
    Thanks in advance,

    1. Hey Stephen,
      Glad to hear you’re getting back on the horse! I saw your other comment about the ebook, here’s a link to sign up: https://www.supplementcritique.com/free-get-ripped-ebook/ I think in your case a stack of a fat burner called Instant Knockout and a pre workout supplement called Nitrocut would work great.

      Here’s my reviews of those 2:

      Instant Knockout – https://www.supplementcritique.com/instant-knockout-fat-burner-review/

      Nitrocut – https://www.supplementcritique.com/nitrocut-review-our-1-pre-workout-supplement/

      Originally I was going to recommend the Crazy Mass cutting Stack to you, but since you’re taking Axiron I don’t think it would be a good fit. Let me know if you have any other questions and keep me posted on your results!

  10. Hi rob, can u send me the ebook.
    In a nut shell, upper body is pretty firm,
    But l train 5 days a week, and can’t get
    Those abs showing, or losing stomach
    Fat, help me out bro if u can.
    Have tried so many supps, nothing ever
    Seems to work. Cheers Sam.

    1. Hey Sam,

      Sure, no problem. I just sent it to your email.

      Look it over and let me know if you have any more questions.

  11. Hi Rob
    I’m currently 33 yrs of age 170cm tall and weigh 74 kg. I currently only eat one meal a day (dinner) except on weekends.

    I am a drinker and smoker. My job is physical.

    I am looking to loose weight and tone up mussel. Could you please recommend what books of yours I should be getting?

    Many thanks Steve.
    1. Hey Steven,

      I recommend you sign up for my “getting ripped” ebook for advice and plans for eating right and working out to get in shape. You’ll definitely want to start eating more regularly. As for supplements, take a lood at Nitrocut as your pre workout, and combine it with Testofuel for a natural testosterone boost.

  12. Hey do you think you could send me whatever ebooks would be best to help lose weight? Also, im currently taking zoloft for other issues, im just wondering if supplements would be ok with that?

    1. Hey Taylor,

      Sure thing. Check your email.

      I just sent over a couple of ebooks. As for the supplements, since you take medications, you’ll need to check with your doctor about whether or not supplements would be okay.

  13. Hey Rob,
    Thank you very much! Hope you don’t mind me asking another question now.

    I’m 5’10 and around 195 pounds. I’ve lost 60 pounds on my own, but it seems to be pretty hard getting rid of my “love handles” and a little but of excess weight only around my stomach.

    I’m 18, with that being said, should I wait until my body matures more or is there a supplement(s) you would recommend me to take? Thanks!

    1. Hey Allan,

      Great job so far. Technically, at 18, it’s okay to take most supplements, so you should be fine, but I don’t blame you for being cautious. You may still be growing, and if you are, some supplements may interfere. For that reason, it’s probably best for you to stick with Nitrocut, which is the non-stimulant pre workout and 100% Whey Gold Standard protein. Protein is super important for losing weight, and of course putting on lean muscle.

  14. Hey Rob, couple things. First off could you send the ebook to my email please?

    Wasn’t in my junk mail or anything.
    And what if I stop using theses products, say for money reasons, any withdrawals? And I say that you recommended creatine, but studying in medical, I’ve seen that creatine builds up water retention in your muscles and goes away after you stop taking it.

    So how can I trust these products? If you could answer these questions, that would be great, thank you!

    1. Hey Allan,

      Sure, I’ll send the ebook over now. These are all natural supplements.

      There are generally no side effects and absolutely no withdrawal issues when you stop taking them. It’s true that there is some water retention with creatine, but the stronger muscles that you build while using creatine remain after you stop, assuming you continue to lift, of course.

  15. Hey Rob,
    This is my first time on your website, and I was wondering if you could recommend anything for me to use. I’m am a soccer player 5’7, 165 pounds and 16 years old.

    I want to lose weight and get a ripped for my schools soccer team. Thanks, really like your website.

    1. Hey Abraham,

      Bodybuilding supplements are not made for, and more importantly not tested on, guys your age, specifically under 18. In your situation, go with a good protein powder like 100% Whey Gold Standard, and sign up for my free “getting ripped” ebook. It’s got a great meal and workout plan to get you in shape. You may want to add some extra cardio, like running, if you’re trying to get ready for soccer.

  16. Hey rob, I’m 19 years old and weigh about 200lbs, when I was in high school I played basketball and from the running all the time I was in pretty good shape… But now I am working swing shift and I have a hard time of eating right all the time. Now I have decided to have a goal of getting ripped with that 6-pack abs and lean muscle..

    Any suggestions?
    1. Hey Ethan,

      Make sure you sign up for the ebook if you haven’t already. You’ll find tons of great workout and meal plans and tips. As for supplements, check out the CrazyMass Cutting Stack. It sounds like it’s just what you need.

  17. I am not much for going to the gym, but want to increase my strength, stamina and recovery while doing mostly body weight exercises that I don’t need equipment for. Push ups, yoga, Pilates, sprinting, etc. What do you recommend for that?

    Would the ebook help me at all? Would a supplement like Nitrocut help?

    1. Hey Peter,

      Most of what you’d get from the ebook would be on the diet side of things. The workout section wouldn’t much apply to you. As for supplements, Nitrocut would still help in terms of energy and stamina for your workouts, and I would add a quality protein like 100% Whey Gold Standard for after your workouts.

  18. Hi Rob,
    Thanks for your review on Max/Antler, I was oh-so-close to punching in my digits when I found it. Lucky catch.

    I’m keen to read your ebook if you’d send it my way.

    I’ve had to forego the benifits of a preworkout for some time now as I usually have to work out in the late evening, just before dinner and bed.

    I found that preworkouts at that time were keeping me up all night. Does Nitrocut’s lack of cebtral nervous systen stimulants neutralise this issue?

    1. Hey Carlo,

      Glad you found us in time! I just sent the ebook to your email address, so let me know if you don’t receive it.

      As for the Nitrocut, you’re exactly right. Because of the lack of stimulants, you can take it any time and not have to worry about not being able to sleep.

      Yet it’s still really effective at energizing your workouts.

  19. Hey Rob,

    I actually got to your site when i googled NO2 Maximus. Thanks for that review.

    I always google stuff cause i have never used anything and got no knowledge about any.

    I am 22years old 1,67m and weigh around 67kilos i think my bodyfat % is around 19.8% and am going to start kickboxing soon. I’d like to get lean and gain muscle, what would you recommend me?

    As I’m just a beginner.

    Thanks in advance.
    1. Hey Siar,

      Glad you found us. Definitely download the free getting ripped ebook if you haven’t already. As for supplements, I would go with a pre workout called Nitrocut and 100% Whey Gold Standard protein. At your age with your stats, these two in combination with the program in the ebook will have in great shape in no time at all.

  20. Hey rob,
    I read your review about Testofuel and nitrocut. I signed up for your ebook on getting ripped and want to know what you recommend for me as supplements.

    I’m 5’11” 200lb, I am currently taking c4 pretty workout with aminox and whey protein shake. I see little results in my abs but decent in my arms.

    I’m training to become a fire fighter and want to pack on alot more muscle.

  21. Hey Rob so I’m 5″9″-5″10 I wheigh 150 I’m 15 not fat but muscly I was just hoping to get more defined muscle mostly abdominal area hoping you’d be able to recommend a few things for me and possibly forward a few E-books to me getting ripped and possibly a few others. thanks
    1. Hey Ben,

      I’ll send the getting ripped ebook and a few bonuses to your email address. As for supplements, at your age, you don’t want to mess with pre workouts or anything like that. I’d add a protein powder to your routine. Try 100% Whey Gold Standard. If you eat right and use the workout in the book, you’ll be in the shape you want.

  22. Hey Rob, I recently read on Facebook about Maximum Shred and so I checked online to see if it was for real and your site came up and you seem pretty legit! I’m a freshman in college and I want to start getting ripped but I’m not quite sure how and I don’t really know where to start, could you send me an email of your ebook or ebooks you think would be best for a young athletic guy?

    I was the fastest runner in track at my school and played 10 seasons of sports in high school! Now I want to actually start looking ripped instead of being really skinny!

    Thanks for the help!
    1. Hey Triston,

      I just sent the getting ripped ebook over to your email. Let me know if you have any more questions.

  23. Hey Rob,

    Ive been trying to put on some lean muscle but am having a very hard time. Im 5’11 and weigh 162. Currently taking 100% Gold Standard whey protein. What do you recommend i do to increase my muscle growth?

    Open to any ideas and trying out different supplements!

    1. Hey Johan,

      Since diet and exercise are the most important factor, download my free “getting ripped” ebook if you haven’t already. You’ll want to make sure you lift heavy and eat as much as you need to to gain weight. Get lots of protein (the shake helps) and lots of complex carbs. As for supplements, use Nitrocut as your pre workout. It’s perfect in your case because unlike most pre workouts, it doesn’t contain stimulants to suppress your appetite or increase your metabolism. And stack in creatine from Muscle Advance. You’ll be able to lift more during workouts and you’ll definitely put on muscle.

  24. Hey Rob, I weigh 150 lbs and am 5’7, 15 years old and would like to lose weight and get toned. Could you send me your getting ripped E-book, and give me some tips on supplements or anything?

  25. Hey Rob I’m 6’2″ 180 pounds and am wanting to pack on some lean muscle. I was wondering how effective it would be to stack the nitrocut with the Muscle Advanced Creatine?

  26. Hey rob so im 26years old 6’3 360… I’ve been an athlete all life and never have been able to get in shape the way I want to… ive tried meal plans along with proteins and fat burners and pre-workouts and still no results… any suggestions?
    1. Hey Zeke,

      Sign up for my free “getting ripped” ebook. It’s got tons of tips and advice about working out and eating right. I’ve also just recently added some bonuses including Sample Meal Plans, a Workout Log, and my “Big List of Foods You Can Eat”. As for supplements, go with a stack of Nitrocut as your pre workout and Phen375 as your fat burner. The most important thing is that you find something that feels right and where you can get quick enough results so that you stay motivated.

  27. Hey Rob I am 22 years old about 5’10” and 160 pounds. I am looking to get into shape and have never really worked out so I don’t know where to start at.

    If you could send over a copy to my email if appreciate it. Ill go over it and if I have any more questions I can contact you

    1. Hey Tony,

      Check your email. I just sent it over.

      Let me know if you have any questions.

    1. Hey Jeremy,
      Check your email. I just sent it over.

      Let me know if you have any questions.

    1. Hey Mack,
      I just sent it to your email address. If you don’t see it, check your spam folder.

      It can sometimes get sent there.

    1. Hey Chuck,

      I just sent out the getting ripped ebook. Let me know if you need anything else.

  28. I’m a pretty big guy 6 7″ I have a big build and I could use help loosing some belly. It doesn’t really seem what I do or eat, I can’t get the weight off.

    I’d like to check out your book.
    1. Hey Dave,
      I sent your reply to your email address. Let me know if you have any more questions.

  29. I am a 23 year old who is 5’10 and weighs 135 pounds. In other words, I am skinny and its hard for me to put on weight.

    Any suggestions on how to actually gain weight? Its been tough to do all my life.

    1. Hey James,

      You bet. First of all, you should download my free “get ripped” ebook. It’s got great advice on both eating and working out. It’s not specifically designed for gaining weight, but it would just need a few minor adjustments, such as…
      Eat, eat, eat, and eat some more. You should be eating about 6 times a day. Lots of complex carbs in the morning, and lots of protein throughout the day. The rule of thumb is about 1.5 grams per pound of body weight. In your case, that’s about 200 grams a day. And cut your cardio down to nothing or next to nothing.
      When it comes to supplements, use Nitrocut as your pre workout. It’s got no central nervous system stimulants so it won’t suppress your appetite or make you jittery, but you will work your workouts harder. Stack in Muscle Advance Creatine to get your muscle working at max capacity. You’ll want a protein shake too. Use 100% Whey Gold Standard.

    1. Hey Saul,

      I just sent you the book. Check your email, and let me know if you have any more questions.

  30. Hey Rob please send the ebook and any advice you have for 20 year old male 215 lbs trying to lose weight and get toned. Not looking to get jacked just nice and lean

    1. Hey Jacob,

      I just sent you an email response. Let me know if you have any more questions.

  31. Hey Rob, I’m 25, 5’7″ and 190lbs I was hoping you could send me you’re books and give me some advice about what direction I need to be taking, obviously I have a lot of weight to lose but I feel with a solid plan I will have a better shot at it thanks!

  32. Rob,

    Im 36 years old, 5″8 and im 250 pnds. I guess u could say i got a wake up call amd i want to start worling out.

    I dont know where to start and what machines would i use at the gym. Reading all d comments should i buy the nitrocut?

    Thered also the muscle advance? If i wanna lose weight fast especially in my belly – what do u suggest for me to do?

    1. Hey Oscar,
      First off, if you haven’t already sign up for my free “Get Ripped” ebook above. It lays out a ton of diet and workout tips to get you going in the right direction. As far as supplements, based on your goals I would stack Nitrocut along with a fat burner called Phen 375. Muscle advance creatine will just make you bloated, because thats essentially what it’s intended to do.

    1. Hey Neeran,
      I just sent them out. Check your email, and let me know if there’s anything else I can do.

  33. Hey Rob,
    I was wondering what would you recommend me to do if I want to build muscle and lose some belly fat at the same time? I am 5’1, 126 lbs, and 19 years old.

    Thank you and look forward to hearing from you!
    1. Hey Mike,
      In your case, go with a pre workout called Nitrocut and a creatine supplement called Muscle Advance. Stack them together and you’ll get what you’re looking for. You’ll also want to download my free “getting ripped” ebook for tons of tips on diet and workouts. It also comes with 3 bonuses including a sample meal plan, a workout log, and a big list of foods you can eat!

    1. Hey Jayson,
      I just sent it out. Check your email for the confirmation when you get a chance.

      And let me know if you need anything else.

  34. Hey Rob,

    Would like to get a copy of each of the e-books listed to start working with. See if I’m on the right diet plan.

    Thank you,

    1. Hey Kenneth,
      No problem. Let me know which one you want (I have a few), and I’ll get it sent right out to you.

  35. Hey Rob
    I am 40 years old used to be in pretty good shape But after some injuries i have gotten completely out of shape.i am 6 4 330 lbs and want to get back to what i used to be. I want to get my muscle size back and definition back what would you suggest i should do as far as stacking supplements thank you so much for the help.

    1. Hey Jake,
      I know the feeling, especially on the injury’s. First off, you’ll need to follow the diet and exercise options in the free ebook on this page. It’s packed with tons of tips on diet and exercise routines to help you in your fitness goals. As far as supplements, I would recommend a stack of a pre-workout supplement called Nitrocut along with a testosterone booster called Testofuel.

    1. Hey Bruce,
      I have a few different ebooks listed on the site. Let me know which one you want, and I’ll send it right out.


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