by: kyle leon
Being a supplement sponsored
athlete you might think I would be
promoting supplements and making
claims like all of the other supplement
sponsored athletes get paid to do.
Well, that’s not the case at all.
I will cut through all the crap and tell it like it is.
In fact, I only signed a contract with Blue Star Nutraceuticals
with the mutual understanding that I will only talk about
products that I have actually used with measurable results.
If I take something and it does nothing, that’s exactly what I’ll
say. I don’t want anyone to go through the frustrating cycle
of wasting money on crap like I did.
If the owner of Blue Star wasn’t the most straight up CEO in
the industry with the quality of his products being the most
important thing to him, I wouldn’t have signed because of
how I feel about supplement companies.
I’ll say this- It takes a hell of a confident, stand up guy to
sign me to a contract knowing where I stand with my brutal
honesty about the industry.
Without further ado, here is my straight talking report
Enjoy, and make use of it.
Supplements are used by millions of people every year in
the hopes of losing fat, building muscle and improving
overall health. For our purpose, we will be talking about
supplements that are being marketed to guys looking to
build lean muscle mass.
Supplements are a multi-billion dollar industry that is
highly unregulated in comparison to other industries.
Many supplements often promise the world only to be
replaced by something else when enough people have been
disappointed by the results.
This is a seemingly never ending cycle of outrageously
marketed, over-hyped products that continuously fail to
live up to expectations. I am sure if you’ve ever picked up a
fitness magazine in your life you will know what I’m talking
How many times have you seen a ridiculous before and after...