Originally Posted by DCAllAmerican
Have there been any long term studies on what these "supplements" do to humans over time? I swear some of you legit think this stuff is "legal" PEDs. Well that is how you treat it.
Like I said in another thread, don't get dependent on this stuff because eventually you will be making excuses as to why you can't work out. "Man , I don't have anymore protein or pre-workout. I am not going to workout today," Trust me, it happens
I respect the concern. I have a lot of mothers and fathers asking me the question at GNC.
I give them my honest opinion about supplements. The products are made to supplement energy, protein, etc that you aren't getting in your normal nutritional diet. Older aged people "depend" on certain vitamins, probiotics, fish oil, and herbs to give them a boost.
Now preworkouts are designed to give a mental boost to the mind-muscle connection. They are not federal regulated so you do have to mindful of what you are buying before you ingest it. The "old jacked 3-d" is a classic example. Some people described it as borderline meth or Coke.
I just sold a Vega pre workout energizer acai berry flavor. It was plant based only. I sold that instead of shatter black onyx made by muscle tech that makes hydroxycut. The guy never took a "legal PED" before so I set him up so he wouldn't be dependent on caffeine anhydrous or beta alanine. That's really it with the dependability on legal PEDS.