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What is The Force Factor Supplement and Does it Work?

By Edited Apr 17, 2016 0 0

If you go on the internet at all you've seen Force Factor ads - the bodybuilding supplement that claims to work wonders has a ton of ads that feature muscle-bound men and say things like "Trainers Hate Him" and "The World's Best Muscle Builder." This pre-workout nitric oxide supplement is supposed to work pretty good in helping you build muscle and have little to no side effects. The question is, just what is Force Factor, and does it work? Here is a brief Force Factor supplement review.

Force Factor - What it is, and What's it's Not

Force Factor claims to help you put on lean muscle, increase your strength, improve your endurance and re-invent your body. So what is Force Factor and what do these Force Factor pills contain? It's a Nitric Oxide supplement.

Force Factor

The Force Factor pills contains 3,000 mg of "Advanced 3X Nitric Oxide Booster." A look closer and you'll see that is various forms of the amino acid, L-Arginine. According to LiveStrong.com,  your body uses L-Arginine for "ammonia detoxification, hormone secretion, DNA synthesis and nurturing the immune system. Good food sources of L-arginine include eggs, meats, milk, soy proteins, peanuts and walnuts, although arginine can also be synthesized in the laboratory. Supplements come in the form of tablets, capsules and powder to be mixed with liquids."

Force Factor also contains: Calcium Phosphate, Di-Potassium Phosphae, L-Citrulline Monohydrate, Magnesium Stearate, and Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide.

Force Factor is not steroids, such as testosterone. There are little to no side affects. Some side affects may include dehydration so drink lots of water. It is simple a Nitric Oxide supplement that can increase your endurance and give you "pumps" during workouts. Other Nitric Oxide "Vasodilators" supplements include BSN NO-Xplode, BSN Nitrix, Cellucor NO3 Chrome and Gaspri SuperPump. In my opinion, NO-Xplode is the best among the bunch.

What You Can Expect

The recommended usage is to take two (2) - four (4) capsules 30 minutes before breakfast and take two (2) - four (4) capsules 30 minutes before lunch. For best results, they say to drink 64 ounces of water throughout the day. This is normal when taking this kind of supplement or other stuff like creatine or whey protein. Staying hydrated is always important.

When I took Force Factor I did notice an increase in my endurance and a bigger pump in my arms when lifting weights. It does work if you take it right, but it's not a magic pill, nor is any other supplement! You must diet correctly, eat the right type of foods, and exercise regularly to see any results. You should also always consult a doctor, especially if you have had any health problems, before taking any kind of supplements like this.

If you've had heart problems in the past then you should probably not be taking L-Arginine supplements.

If I had to review the supplement I would give it an 8 out of 10 grade. In the 6-8 weeks I took Force Factor I put on about 2-3 lbs. on muscle than I normally would on just taking whey protein alone. I also noticed I lost more fat around my abs than normal as well, so this is definitely a positive if you're looking to lose weight.

One big positive for Force Factor is it does not contain caffeine like most other pre-workout stimulant supplements such as NO-Xplode or Jacked. This is great if you don't like or cannot take caffeine supplements. Many people are sensitive to caffeine and can feel like their heart is beating too fast when on such supplements, but you probably won't feel this way when on Force Factor.

Cost: Force Factor costs around $45 for a bottle, but you can buy Force Factor and other Nitric Oxide supplements like Nitrix on Amazon for cheaper.

Have you ever taken the Force Factor supplement?



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