I’m considering the Velocity Diet with summer coming up but I have a couple questions generated by this thread. First, I’d like to say I have zero investment in the supplement industry and my questions relating to other brands are as vague as can be but honest curiosity. Secondly, as a former wrestler, I realize if you are going to cut weight, you’d better do it right and I’m not challenging the V-Diet, Biotest or anything really, just wanting clarification.
- I haven’t ordered Biotest directly but my supp store, Vitamin Shoppe, used to carry HOT-ROX, Alpha Male and I think Flameout but can’t remember. I liked HOT-ROX, I experience side effects pretty major from HOT-ROX Extreme though. I read Velocity Diet 3.0 and realize Carbolin 19 is a suitable substitute but I’m curious, would taking se7en be beneficial?
I know it’s marketed to women but if it were taken with Carbolin 19, would there be a synergistic fat burning effect with out HOT-ROX Extreme side effects and above Carbolin 19 results alone?
- I get that cheap quality protein is not a substitute, in this diet or ever. I have been pretty brand loyal to a reputable company for years, however. I’m not a brokedick scrounging for rent but I’ve enjoyed their products, consumer report results and prices.
As a more widely distributed company, I’m able to find lower prices, either factory or through an overstocked retailer and a smart buy is a smart buy. That said, what separates Biotest Metabolic Drive blend from any other similar blend of similar quality? How much better is the digestive aid you incorporate in comparison to, say, aminogen?
Again, I realize to be officially V-Dieting one must be using the prescribed ingredients but I’m asking earnestly, considering comparatively similar quality, what advantage does your protein give? I do spend money regularly on supplements and if I can justify a greater expense on a genuinly superior supplements for the long haul, I will absolutely switch brands.
An earnest and honest “pitch” of sorts would be greatly appreciated.