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Ironmaglabs scam?
03-12-2012, 08:56 PM
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Ironmaglabs scam?
Tried their Metha-drol extreme with no results at all. What's your opinion?
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03-12-2012, 10:21 PM
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RE: Ironmaglabs scam?
(03-12-2012 08:56 PM)Oregano11 Wrote:  Tried their Metha-drol extreme with no results at all. What's your opinion?

Mhmmm... there is definitely something fishy on their products. I've seen quite a few guys using Metha-drol with absolutely no results at all. I tried it too - nothing. As if you use vitamin C. I would be really interested in a laboratory analyse of that stuff.

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03-12-2012, 10:37 PM
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No results ever. But very good advertising campaign. Don't worry about them, they are here to stay. Most forums will delete any post that will criticize their sponsors. And Ironmaglabs make sure they advertise EVERYWHERE. I mean, just try to post a critical review of their products on any sponsor-driven forum and you get BANNED, bombed, whatever.
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03-12-2012, 10:59 PM
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RE: Ironmaglabs scam?
(03-12-2012 08:56 PM)Oregano11 Wrote:  Tried their Metha-drol extreme with no results at all. What's your opinion?

Well, maybe it doesn't work but I wouldn't call it a scam. Scam means completely unsubstantiated claims, in fact lies. It's something we can say about producers or sellers of "myostatin blockers" and other substances that we know for sure do not exist yet. Ironmaglabs products are at least partially based on scientific foundations. I also never heard of anyone who would actually gain some muscle mass with them. But there would have to be a clinical trial to prove such claim. And let's face it - almost no producer can offer clinical trials with their own products. Most supplements are based on some formula that could, in theory, help you achieve your training goals. But because such substances tend to come in myriad of forms (some other factors also playing their role), the results are often disappointing.

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