Can You Build Ripped, Rock Hard, Muscle with “Legal Steroids”?
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Have you seen the ads in bodybuilding magazines and online selling Legal Steroids?
They certainly get your attention with the promise of a Safe, Natural, and Legal alternative to Anabolic Steroids. Now you can finally build slabs of Massive, Ripped, Rock Hard, Muscle Mass without resorting to illegal means – and with none of the negative side effects!
It almost sounds to good to be true doesn’t it?
…You’re Darn Right It Is!
These products are nothing more than a scam designed to trick naive bodybuilding enthusiasts into blowing their hard earned money on BS products that don’t do anything.
Now I’ll be the first to admit that the whole supplement industry is a bit over hyped. Virtually every advertisement for sports nutrition products will sell a ton of sizzle for every ounce of steak.
But at least with most legit bodybuilding supplements you’re actually getting something of value for your money. For example, when you buy products like protein, creatine, vitamins, amino acids, pre-workout energy boosters, etc. You are actually getting what you pay for. Now granted it may not always work quite as well as you hoped for, but you’re still getting some benefit from these products.
However, with “Legal Steroids” you really don’t know what you’re getting, or if you are even getting anything at all…
These companies will make up bogus product names that look like real anabolic steroid names, or their street names, such as: D-bol, Winni-V, Deca, D-anabol, Tren, etc. to try and fool you into thinking that you’re getting the real thing.
They will then talk about all the benefits that can be gotten from the real versions of these steroids, while saying that their “Legal” version will do the exact same thing without any of the negative side effects. But it’s nothing more than a big steaming crock of BS.
Many times they won’t even list the actual ingredients in the products. And if they do list anything, it’s usually just a made up name with their “proprietary blend” of ingredients, which is a sneaky way of getting around actually saying what’s in the product.
The label may list something like: “Each serving contains 75 mg of Super-Tren.” But they never actually tell you what their “Super-Tren” blend actually is, so you’re still left in the dark not knowing what you are buying.
To show you just how absurd some of these products are, there is one company out there called Crazy Bulk that makes “Legal Steroid” alternatives. They have a product called D-BAL. Which is cleverly named to look like the slang street name for dianabol, an actual oral steroid.
They are selling D-BAL for $80 a bottle for 90 capsules. And do you know what is actually in the capsules???
Whey Protein Concentrate…
I shit you not my friend, they are selling whey protein as a “Legal Steroid” and charging almost a $1 per capsule for snot sized serving of whey and a pixie dust sprinkle of BCAA’s and tribulus.
I mean you could go out and buy a 5 pound tub of protein powder for less than $80 and get a 500 X times more protein and BCAA’s than you would in this entire bottle of D-BAL.
And as far as the little bit of tribulus, it’s a joke because a legit tribulus supplement will have at least 500 mg per capsule. Whereas D-BAL has only 25 mg in a 3 capsule serving… That’s a measly 8.3 mg per capsule, virtually every other tribulus supplement on the market contains over 50 X times more tribulus for a fraction of the price.
It’s the most ridiculous over priced supplement scam out there!
And to go along with this crap they will have fake testimonials of guys who supposedly gained 20 pounds of muscle in the matter of a few weeks taking D-BAL… Which is the biggest crock of shit if there ever was one.
Just think about it, D-BAL is nothing more than a capsule full of protein powder. To put it in perspective you’ll get more protein in single protein shake than you will from an entire bottle of this D-BAL crap… And when was the last time you gained 20 pounds of solid muscle from a single protein shake??? NEVER!
It just disgusts me that there are greedy A$$-holes out there who have the gall to make garbage products like this and outright lie to innocent people so they can scam them out of their money.
Now for those of you reading this, if you are concerned about having low testosterone levels, than go to your doctor and actually get your testosterone levels checked. And if needed go on hormone replacement therapy using real anabolic steroids under a doctors supervision. Don’t waste your time or money on these bogus legal steroid scams!