ContentsWhat is Hyper Tone Force
Hyper Tone Force Ingredients
What is Hyper Tone Excel
Hyper Tone Excel Ingredients
The Bottom Line
I’ve written a lot of reviews lately about these hard sell supplement scams popping up all over the internet lately.
Just the other day, I got word about yet another one.
This time it’s Hyper Tone Force and Hyper Tone Excel.
While I’d love to tell you this one is different, unfortunately, it’s not.
It’s just another scam company, this time capitalizing on a certain South African runner’s success at the Olympics in Rio.
It doesn’t even bother using any creativity or tactics different than other similar scammers and it makes you wonder why they would even think about trying to pull it off and trick customers at all when there is enough information to quickly dispel their claims.
This article came to my attention just a couple days ago, and there was no way I wasn’t going to share it with you guys:
The print is kind of small, so I’ll tell you what they’re trying to say.
The headline clearly states straight up that Wayde Van Niekerk was stripped of the gold medal he won for the 400 meter dash – you know – the race where he broke the 17 year old world record while running in the outside lane – a completely unprecedented feat.
Let me assure you right off the bat, this isn’t true.
The record and the gold medal remain intact.
The whole premise of the article is a lie.
Now take a look at what they state is the REASON he lost his medal:
Seriously? Again, if you can’t read it, allow me to help you out.
In number 2, it says:
“These supplements don’t have to be used in conjunction with a gym.
Users experience massive muscle growth and fat loss WITHOUT LIFTING A SINGLE WEIGHT.
The Olympic Commission considers this to be a “cheat” as it requires hardly any effort on the user’s part”.
Are they serious?
Are they really trying to say you can lost fat and build muscle by taking a pill, without any special diet or workout?
Yep, that’s exactly what they’re saying.
Wayde Van Niekerk doesn’t use Hyper Tone Force and Hyper Tone Excel.
He’s most likely never even heard of them (unless his lawyer informed him that they’re using his image without permission).
And they don’t stop there.
The next part of the article talks about how the author used the stack himself, and the amazing results he got without working out.
They even show a before and after image comparison.
I can tell you with absolute certainty that this is image is not a before and after comparison for anyone who used Hyper Tone Force and Hyper Tone Excel.
This is actually an image of bodybuilder/trainer Gert Louw.
He offers a rigorous and intense diet and workout program through his website – it’s the same one that he used to make the transformation you see in the images.
He didn’t do it with pills.
He’s never touched this stack.
The folks at Hyper Tone Force and Hyper Tone Excel lifted his image off the internet because they thought it would draw in users, impressed with the amazing results achieved by this “regular guy”.
But Gert Louw is no regular guy.
He’s committed to his fitness lifestyle and to sharing it with other committed people.
He did not get his body by taking pills.
Look, this happens all the time. Hyper Tone Force and Hyper Tone Excel are not the first and they won’t be the last.
The fact of the matter is, not even a miracle pill can give someone a body like that and the only thing that can is hundreds of hours in the gym and a healthy diet.
Here’s the basic rundown of how this scam always works.
- A link to an “article” on how some famous actor or athlete got in shape using some amazing new supplement stack.
- You click the link and read the article. You think, “Holy cow! This stuff looks amazing. I’ve got to get my hands on some! What’s that? It’s free?
Oh my God, how did I get so lucky?”
- You click the link to get you some free amazing supplements.
You sign up for your free trial, paying the paltry shipping charge, and you wait for your supplements to arrive.
- About a week later, your pills arrive.
You make plans for your new diet and workout plan because despite what they say about not needing to change an of that, you want to set yourself up for maximum success.
- Now two weeks have passed since you ordered and you’re ready and excited to get started on your new amazing journey.
You take your pills, plan your meals, and hit the gym.
- You get home, take out your phone to check your credit card or bank balance, and you see two unexplained charges for anywhere between $85 and $130 each.WTF?
- Turns out, these two charges are for the amazing supplement stack that’s going to change your life, you know, the ones you thought you were getting to try for free.
- But as bad as that is, it’s not the worst of it.
Unless you contact these supplement scammers and cancel your subscription, those two charges are going to return month after month, every month, forever.
That’s it in a nutshell.
I strongly recommend you just stay away from these two supplements, just like I recommend with all these kinds of products.
But I know there are those among you who are still wondering,
“But what if they really do work?
Won’t they be worth all the expense and hassle if they are?”
For you, I will continue.
We’ll take a closer look at each product and break down their chances for success.
What is Hyper Tone Force?
On the official Hyper Tone Force website, what they say you’ll achieve is maximum workout performance through boosted endurance.
As a result, you’ll see quicker muscle gains than you would without it.
It’s a pre workout supplement, based on the idea that by boosting your body’s production of Nitric Oxide, you’ll see better endurance and pumps, as well as better nutrient and oxygen delivery to your muscles as you work out and after you work out.
To that end, the ingredients in Hyper Tone Force are all geared to increasing nitric oxide production.
This is a good thing.
Most good pre workouts include this in their protocol, including a pre workout powder called 4 Gauge.
Now let’s see what ingredients they chose for the formula.
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Hyper Tone Force Ingredients
They don’t show a label or ingredient amounts, but they do state the primary ingredients found in the formula.
They are L-Arginine and L-Citrulline.
- L-Arginine is a pre cursor to nitric oxide, so increasing your body’s L-Arginine stores will lead your body to create more nitric oxide.
That increased NO will open up your blood vessels, sending more blood to your muscles.
This increased amount of blood carries more oxygen and nutrients so your muscles have more stamina, can work harder, and recovery better after your workout is done.
- L-Citrulline is a precursor to L-Arginine, so it has sort of a time release function.
It first causes you to have more l-arginine, which then creates more nitric oxide.
And that’s it – two great ingredients for a pre workout to be sure, but there are plenty of other beneficial ones that are not in the formula.
And not only that, but we don’t know how much they use.
3 grams of L-Arginine is a pretty standard dose, and I would be surprised if Hyper Tone Force contained that much.
What is Hyper Tone Excel?
Hyper Tone Excel is a natural testosterone boosting supplement to complement the pre workout formula of Hyper Tone Force.
The benefits you are told to expect run along the lines of the usual benefits of a testosterone booster:
- Increased sex drive.
- Enhanced muscle growth.
- Fat reduction.
- Better mood.
A natural testosterone booster is a good idea for guys over 35 or so who want to build muscle, lose weight, and just feel better all around.
Once puberty hits, our bodies make it hand over fist, but around 35 or so we’re just not producing as much.
Actually the decline starts way earlier than that, but we don’t notice it much till our mid thirties and beyond, when the drop off is steeper.
A product like Hyper Tone Excel can help boost your body’s natural testosterone production.
It’s perfectly safe and legal because it doesn’t contain any actual testosterone.
It uses herbal ingredients instead to boost your natural process.
Hyper Tone Excel Ingredients
The ingredient list for Hyper Tone Excel is quite a bit longer than the one for Hyper Tone Force:
- Tongkat Ali which is thought to increase free testosterone by inhibiting the action of Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) which binds to testosterone molecules, making them essentially useless.
- Monkey’s Head Hericium Extract which helps mobilize fat cells and promotes healthy glucose levels.
- Korean Ginseng Extract which improves erection quality as well as physical and mental energy.
- Epimedium Sagittatum which is an aphrodisiac that also increases blood flow for better erections.
- Tribulus Terrestris which is thought to increase natural testosterone production by increasing the release of Luteinizing Hormone, which in turn signals the testes to produce and release more testosterone.
- Maca Root which is both an aphrodisiac for boosted libido and an adaptagen for coping with stress and fatigue.
It’s a pretty solid list for a natural testosterone booster, with one glaring exception.
There’s no D-Aspartic Acid, which is the ingredient most proven to boost testosterone.
And just like with Hyper Tone Force, they don’t say how much of each ingredient is used.
This is a very common tactic.
They may use only a dusting – enough to claim it’s in there, but not enough to have any real effect.
I don’t know for sure that this is the case, just that it’s very common.
Hyper Tone Force and Hyper Tone Excel Reviews
As you know, we like to see what real users have to say about the products we talk about.
Unfortunately, with Hyper Tone Force and Hyper Tone Excel, there are none to be found.
For sure, there are “review websites” that provide links to the free trials, but these aren’t real reviews written by real customers.
They’re more like marketing sites, used to funnel unsuspecting customers to the “free trial”.
Hyper Tone Force and Hyper Tone Excel Free Trials
There’s only one way to buy these products, and that’s by signing up for their free trials, which are absolutely not free.
Here’s how it works in both cases.
You sign up by paying a small shipping fee only.
They send you a full one month supply of the product.
What you probably don’t realize is that when you sign up for the trial, you’re agreeing to pay full price in 14 or 16 days respectively, and to sign up for monthly shipments each month at that full price.
Are you ready to see what those prices are?
Hyper Tone Force – $127.77
Hyper Tone Excel – $101.04
Ouch!Even signing up for one is bad enough, but if you sign up for both, that’s $230 a month for mediocre at best supplements.
You might still want to argue that if they’re good, they’re worth it.
I’m telling you now though, they’re not that good.
Just in case you don’t believe me, here are a couple screenshots of their Terms and Conditions:
Here are severalpoints to remember while you’re thinking about how much these products cost:
- The Hyper Tone Force formula has 2 active ingredients and they don’t even tell you how much of them are in the pills.
- The Hyper Tone Excel formula has several ingredients, but it doesn’t have the one that’s been proven to increase testosterone.
- They published a fake ESPN article with blatant lies about a world record holding Olympic champion losing his medals.
- They used the Olympic champion’s image without permission and they used the images of others without permission as well – all to prove that they work.If they really worked, couldn’t they demonstrate that without making things up?
- No clinical studies have been cited or even mentioned.
- No customer reviews can be found.
- $127.77 and $101.04!
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User Questions and Answers
How do I cancel my free trials of Hypertone Force and Hypertone Excel? -owen
Here's the customer service phone numbers for each:
Hypertone Force - 1-888-563-0374 (US and Canada), firstname.lastname@example.org
Hypertone Excel - same phone number, and their email is email@example.com
Click Here to see the phone numbers to call and cancel worldwide.
If you got both and you want to cancel both I would send them both an email indicating you would like to cancel, and then call them and tell them you've emailed them and would like to cancel.
That way they can't claim they never received your email.- Rob
62 out of 68 people found this question helpful.
Hey rob i ordered mine over a month ago and I was lucky I read the fine print at the bottom and canceled my subscription of the product and have not been charged any extra fees, Although I have just received my hypertonic excel today and not sure weather to try it or not do you think it would be worth a try? -Mark
I have no reason to believe it's not safe. You might as well try it since you have it. Let us know how it works out.- Rob
49 out of 51 people found this question helpful.
How come you have taken $140:00 out of my bank when the pills were $3:90 each per bottle is this a scam no wonder the are a lot of bad reviews -Geoffrey
SupplementCritique.com is a review website, and we have no affiliation with Hypertone Force or Excel. Call the phone number on your credit card statement to cancel you subscription and discuss a refund.- Rob
20 out of 21 people found this question helpful.
Hi,just wondering if it is safe to take hyper tone excel and hyper tone force tablets while taking carvedilol and ramipril tablets for my heart problem.Please advise,thank you. -Edward
Because you take prescription medications, you'll need to check with your doctor about what supplements are okay to take.- Rob
16 out of 17 people found this question helpful.
Hi brought both bottles for my husband the one that ment to help in the bed dosnt work can u give me some advice maybe he doing something wrong thanks -Joan
Unfortunately, I don't think either of these supplements will help him at all. (Read our review above for more). For sexual performance help, have him try VigRx Plus instead.- Rob
14 out of 17 people found this question helpful.