Doing a product review on Force Factor’s NO2 booster. Is a legit muscle builder or is total hype? Here’s everything you know need to know about Factor 2.
I don’t have too many positive things to say about this product. Everything that is wrong with the supplement industry Force Factor qualifies for. I took this product for about a month straight and saw little to no gains unfortunately. Let’s look in more detail about its ingredients and why I am giving this a negative rating.
Factor 2 Review And Value
This product is just simply too expensive for what you get in return. I believe this price retails for $69.99. I think you can shop around and find it for a better price than their home page www.forcefactor.com. In my personal opinion, there are much better products for that price. If you’re going to spend money on supplements you should do you research, and be careful not to just get sucked in by flashy advertising.
Force Factor 2 Reviews And Effectiveness 1/10
I didn’t see any strength gains while taking this product. I also didn’t notice any vascularity or pump. I took this product for approximately 30 days giving it plenty of time to “kick” in. As far as my mental focus I did not any difference either. If there was any effect it was not noticed.
Force Factor Side Effects And Ingredients 3/10
While the ingredients claim, “Advanced 3X Nitric Oxide Booster” I just doubt it’s potency or the actual dosage. In the blend itself it contains L-Arginine Monohydrate, Arginine-Alphaketoglutarate and Arginine-Ketoisocaproate. While Arginine is effective because your body converts this to NO, I just don’t know how much Force Factor contains. If I were manufacturing this product I would add Beta-Alanine, Taurine, L-Citrulline and Niacin. They should focus more on product development and less on their marketing.
Factor 2 Reviews And Overall Score 2/10
Overall I am going to steer you away from this product for the aforementioned reasons. When it comes to supplement companies in general; you want to make sure you do your research on the actual ingredients. Also, just as a friendly tip you can usually look at consumer ratings as most of the time you can get good feedback there.
Remember force factor is really a marketing company at the end of the day, not a supplement company and their weak products reflect this.