I’m going to keep this review brief, mainly because I just got back from a bachelor party weekend and I’m tired as hell.The latest combo of supplements I’ve come across is promoting the use of Nitro Shred and Prolexin IGF-1 as the latest and greatest supplement stack. As you will see in my review of Max Shred and Xtreme Antler, this stack is nothing more than a scam to separate you from your money. And your about to find out why…
What is Nitro Shred?
Nitro Shred appears to be a pre-workout supplement that is designed to help promote increased focus, sustained energy, and stronger lifts and pumps.They claim all of this happens through the use of a proprietary blend of ingredients including Vitamin C, Riboflavin, Niacin, and L-Arginine, as well as various others. Other then the niacin, I really don’t see any ingredients that will give you an increase in energy, or help to improve muscle growth or recovery.
Nitro Shred also claims to have the “fastest results”…but, it has the fastest results as compared to what? Other pre workout supplements? HGH releasers? And how are we REALLY supposed to know that, especially when they just have a one page website with very limited information about it? After digging around a bit, I noticed that it’s not available for sale in stores, and the only way you can buy it is via a free trial.
More on that later…Nitro Shred also claims to be side effect free, but that is nearly impossible. Anything you ingest in your body, even freakin’ water, can have a side effect. Of course, if you read through the so-called “reviews” of Nitro Shred, you’ll see dozens of websites popping up with names like nitroshredreview.org, nitroshredsideeffects.com, and nitroshredyouneedtotakethisnowandgetjacked.com.
You can’t make this S$^T up…
What is Prolexin IGF-1?
I actually have a complete review of Prolexin IGF-1 here, but to keep the story line going I will give you the quick and dirty details. Prolexin IGF-1 is an all natural hgh releaser that uses L-arginine and assorted vitamins and nutrients to supposedly help boost testosterone levels. While they don’t disclose the full ingredients list on their website, we know that IGF-1 is basically just deer antler velvet, which has been reportedly used by athletes and bodybuilders alike.(1)
They claim that their supplement will help you gain lean muscle, tone down your body fat, and cut recovery times in half. The biggest problem we have with their claim is, HGH releasers and Testosterone boosters are 2 mutually exclusive things.Meaning, an HGH releaser works one way, and a t-booster works another, and they don’t all do the same thing.
Just like with Nitro Shred, we are left hanging for information as to how it really works. There’s no FAQ page, no How It Works page, and certainly no doctors endorsing their supplement. It’s just a one page “used car salesman” page full of jacked guys lifting weights with their shirts off.They are not paid models….obviously.
So, Does Nitro Shred and Prolexin IGF-1 REALLY Work?
If you haven’t read my post on Max Shred and Xtreme Antler, you need to do it now. And if you think Nitro Shred and Prolexin IGF-1 really work, then I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell ya…at half price mind you (sorry for the corny joke, it’s late).These companies use false and misleading advertisements to lure unsuspecting customers into getting bilked out of their money. The promise is simple…you pay $4 or $5 for what you think is a free sample, when indeed you are getting signed up for what’s known collectively as a free trial, auto rebill program.
It works like this…you sign up to receive the supposed “sample”, input your credit card information to pay the modest shipping fee, and then 14 days after you ordered you are billed a whopping $87.53 for Prolexin IGF-1 and $79.97 for Nitro Shred. In addition, you are conveniently enrolled in their monthly auto-ship program, which continually sends you a fresh bottle of their supplements every month, and continually charge your credit card.
Nitro Shred and Prolexin IGF-1 DOES NOT WORK. While I don’t know “The Rock” personally (it’d sure be cool if I did), I can say with 99.99999% certainty that he did not use these 2 supplements to get ready for his latest movie. No, my friends….this is a clever and crafty ploy to try to get you to hand over your credit card information, knowing that the vast majority of you will simply skip over the fine print and not even think twice.
If you want a body like a celebrity, you need to train like one. It takes a combined effort of diet, exercise, rest, and proper supplementation to REALLY get you to achieve the body you’ve been looking for.
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1. Deer Antler Velvet – http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-808-deer%20velvet.aspx?activeingredientid=808&activeingredientname=deer%20velvet
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I recently decided to give this product a try. 15 days later, I received the product but was charged the night prior for the next bill since I did not call in to cancel. I called to get the charges reversed and extend the trial but the customer service rep on the phone kept pushing the topic that she was sorry for the real late delivery and that no further charges would be billed next month.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
I see no reviwes of your "claim" if there were you might be credible.
Nitro shed. Prolexin
I ordered and took nitro shed/ prolix in fo 2 months. I was working out hard and felt fine.
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