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Force Factor

Gain muscle, lose fat and enhance your athletic performance.

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Force Factor is a performance-enhancing supplement targeted towards men who take their athletic abilities as serious as they do their health.

Force Factor contains proprietary blend of naturally occurring ingredients, along with L-Arginine, an amino acid, helps increase the body's power, strength, and endurance levels by stimulating the natural production of Nitric Oxide, a critical player in the recovery and renewal process.

The result is a dramatic increase in muscle size, power output, load capacity, and a pumped up physique.

Derrick Rose, a professional basketball player, uses and endorses the product.

PRO
  • May help to improve athletic performance
  • May help to build lean muscle tissue
CON
  • Claims are likely fabricated
  • Likely to cause side effects
  • Target audience is limited to males
  • Has a steroid feel to it
  • Attaching a professional athlete to a product may convey confusing and inaccurate messages to consumer
INGREDIENTS

Force Factor contains Nitric Oxide, Arginine alpha-Ketoglutarate, Arginine Ketoisocaproate, L-Arginine Monohydrate, Di-Potassium Phosphate, Calcium Phosphate, Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, magnesium stearate, and L-Citrulline Monohydrate.

ADMINISTRATION

Take two to four capsules 30 minutes before breakfast and two to four capsules 30 minutes before lunch. For best results drink 64 ounces of water throughout the day.

DIET and EXERCISE

There are no specific diet or exercise recommendations, other than to drink plenty of water while taking Force Factor.

Since the product largely appeals to men who perform strength and weight training exercise, following a high protein diet as well as keeping up with a regular muscle-strengthening gym routine is likely encouraged.

CONCLUSION

While Force Factor has the allure of being able to help you build big and strong muscles, the body- and performance-enhancing supplement may not produce its intended results and may it also cause side effects.

A solid exercise and nutrition plan is probably a better and safer bet if you want to add muscle mass to your body and boost your physical ability.

Common Misspellings

forcefactor, forc factor, forse factor, force facter


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FastRunner2

Hoping to gain endurance, this sounds good.

posted Oct 12th, 2011 2:05 pm


and shepherd

I have been taking this supplement for about 4 months now and have seen nothing but awesome results. I weighed 145 when I started this supplement with hardly any muscles and now that I weigh closer to 185 with a huge amount of muscle i would recommend this product to anyone!

posted Aug 18th, 2011 3:40 am



heather

Hi Alan. Thanks for your feedback. Since this review was just for Force Factor specifically, we were not comparing it against other pre or post workout supplement drinks. While it's almost impossible to list all of the side effects of a particular supplement as the individual user may respond differently to it, science has showed us that nitric oxide, the primary ingredient of Force Factor, does have a pulmonary and cardiovascular effect to it, including hypotension (low blood pressure).

posted Jul 19th, 2010 1:36 pm


alan

Pro and Con reviews are great, however, a conclusion relating the product ro side effects without knowing what the side effects may be is not responsible and speculative. I take Force factor, it enables the person working out to work out much harder and recovery between each set is asolitely amazing. Force factor has basically the same ingredients as all the other pre-workout weight lifting drinks. I read this review to learn about possible side effects and found nothing. With a proprietary blend in Force factor, you should either do the research on the blend or stand neutral regarding side effects.

posted Jul 18th, 2010 11:29 am



   
 

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