This doesn't surprise me whatsoever...quite sad, especially for the builders who don't necessarily research the substances they consume. Goes to show you how unregulated the supps industry is. I'm not well versed in my chemistry anymore so I can't comment on this specific compound/compounds, but I'll stick to my double-shot of espresso pre-workout and eggs, oats and greens an hour prior.
That's crazy (no pun intended), I'm not surprised to hear about it coming from Driven Sports, but Gaspari is a bit of an eye opener. How sad is it that people are already paying a ridiculous amount of money for the substances listed on the label that are massively under dosed and on top of it they can't trust that they're even getting that...
I wonder if this adds validity to Rob Riches story about Craze causing him to fail his drug test.
Must have been a shitty metabolite then. Trust me, if it had much at all similar with meth you would have liked it a lot more than c4 extreme or whatever overloaded caffiene garbage preworkout you're used to
Looks to be a lawsuit now, I've taken it once and I'd rather double dose some clen to be honest, I did not feel well for two days, felt something was off . That's ill I can touch base with , and that was a year ago. It scared me enough to make my own PWO since then, and I didn't even know about these allegations at the time
Ever since I started taking the Gaspari stuff, my face is covered in sores and I ride around on a bicycle all night looking for scrap metal. Weird... In all seriousness though, if true, this is disturbing. It's one thing for a supplement to have inert sucky ingredients in it (that's gone on forever) but it's a whole different ball game if companies are putting off-label ingredients in it that can be harmful! It also doesn't help our reputation in the bodybuilding community. Mainstream media would see this as even the stuff bodybuilders buy at GNC is a "drug".