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  1. lamont cranston
    October 10, 2013

    I’ve used Shred 360 and Hyper Gain from anabolic secrets, and there amazing!

  2. Dan
    October 10, 2013

    Sol has been a leader in the supplement game for a while now. I am wondering what his thoughts are on a Whey Protein supplement, post workout?

  3. Alykhan – Fitness Breakout
    October 10, 2013


    I have a copy of the Supplement Goals Reference Guide and it is a fantastic. I’ve also listened to Sol on a couple of podcasts and agree with his take that supplements should be exactly what the word means: a supplement to aid in an area of deficiency.

    Unfortunately, this message has gotten lost in all the marketing hype because it doesn’t help sell products. For unbiased, objective research on supplements, Examine.com is an excellent resource.


  4. Simon
    October 10, 2013

    Good luck with your new venture.

    Also as the name suggests all these things are to ‘supplement’ your diet not become your diet, you can’t out train (or supplement) a bad diet.

  5. Matt Lasorsa
    October 24, 2013

    Thank you! Finally somebody is trying to open a supplement store that offers supplements that actually help the consumer.

  6. Bruce Fearon
    October 24, 2013

    I just don’t know how much I can trust suppliments because so many people claim so many different things. I like how it was said that while it may be true it may not provide a big enough boost. That makes more sense.

  7. Kelly
    November 10, 2013

    I disagree with glutamine. It’s a huge help for me with joint problems. Otherwise I agree with everything. Nice article. Thanks

  8. George Godin
    November 10, 2013

    Yes indeed. If we want to build muscle, creatine is the one proven supplement. It is really safe, cheap and really does work. I have tried it. Thank you very much for this very informative article.

  9. Trevor
    November 21, 2013

    This post it a serious eye opener to all the supplements on the market that have never been proven to work, yet people are spending millions of dollars on them.

    Keep us posted on the new product line Rusty :)

    – Trevor

  10. John
    November 25, 2013

    I guess I should thank you. Thank you for letting me know about all the money I have wasted on supplements. Goos thing is that I now know what to take.

    I did however read a study a few weeks ago that downplayed the importance of omega3. Any thought on that?

    Sorry, just noticed that this post was a few months old, but if you have time I would live your input.

  11. Nate Miller
    November 26, 2013

    Great article Rusty. I have done a ton of research on supplements over the years. A ton of it with myself being the guinea pig. When I first really started lifting I was a skinny kid that was looking for the magic bullet. Through wasting a ton of money I finally realized that most of them are crap, and the true way to reach your goals are through proper exercise and nutrition. I do however agree that there are a few supplements that work and are worth taking, Especially if you can pinpoint exact deficiencies.

  12. Reggie
    December 9, 2013

    I agree with Simon, you can’t substitute a good diet for anything, but supplements are a great way to fill in gaps or help with a particular area in your nutrition.

  13. Ruben
    September 19, 2014

    It was a very interesting read!
    And I agree, most of the supplements don’t work. But you shouldn’t forget about the placebo effect some of those can have on certain people. Just believing could be enough to see an improvement.

  14. David
    October 5, 2014

    Yes, so many supplements are being sold that do little or nothing for you. I take a greens supplement, fish oils and vitamin D. Also whey protein after workouts.

  15. Vitamin Berry
    October 20, 2014

    Supplements are the best way to get nutritional foods instantly which weighs alot and thanks for sharing.

  16. Jeff
    December 7, 2014

    Very informative article. I have been studying the internet and consulting with fitness instructors to find an appropriate supplement and discovered a decent one for myself. It is Super Army Formula by Military Grade. This supplement contains natural compounds, like siberian ginseng extract and caffeine. It visibly enhances my strength and stamina. I feel it every time in the gym. My body eagerly responds to harder exercises, so I can take maximum from each of my workouts.

  17. Pique
    January 6, 2015

    It might sound like I’m bluffing but I don’t take any supplements but I have a body that makes muscles easily. I never knew the reason. I thought it was entirely because of my DNA.After reading this I realize I have been keeping the three things consistently without even knowing. I like eating good foods. I even eat butter which is supposed to make you fat. I sleep like a baby and exercise regularly.I think Ill start taking creatine.

  18. Push2Motivate
    February 3, 2015

    This is one of the things I’ve always wondered. Is this supplement even working?

  19. Joel
    February 13, 2015

    Question #3 – it always kills me when people want to know about fat burners but act like they’re incapable of controlling their diet. The only pill I’ve found for burning fat calorie control, exercise, and a good night’s sleep. It’s not rocket science.

  20. John Welna
    March 4, 2015

    This is awesome. I’ve believed most bodybuilding supplements didn’t do much (if anything) for a while now. Except creatine monohydrate, which was coincidentally the first bodybuilding supp I ever used. Supplements are way over hyped, and people re brain washed, especially where I live. All the supplement shops are run by people clearly on anabolic drugs. But people believe its the supplements.

  21. rehman
    March 13, 2015

    Thank you so much for sharing such great article regarding supplements, in need to know your opinion about https://revyolo.com/iron-gym-speed-abs-seen-tv-reviews/ this one i have been using for the last 3 months, i need to know that is it works? or should i com to supplements?

  22. Eveline
    March 20, 2015

    I personally think supplements has a lot of benefits, as long as you combine it with the right training schedule and healthy food.

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