The Truth About MusclePharm

Kai Palikiko           Oct. 31, 2019

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So here comes another supplement review, we're going to be reviewing and showing the scam behind the pre workout called MusclePharm Assault. When it comes to my point of view when it comes to any type of pre workout, the only things that really matter is the caffeine content and the sugar content inside any pre workout.

Any of the other stuff, like Beta Alanine, and what else do they have in there? The proprietary blend, the beta alanine, the creatine, the L Tyrese, all that stuff, it doesn't really do much.

On paper, sure, it may see some kind of result, but then actual activity itself, none of that stuff really affects us. So the only thing I'm personally using pre workout, just like everybody else is for the energy that we're going to be getting.

Before I keep going by the way, I just wanna let you know that I'm not professional doctor or anything like that. This comes from my 14 plus years of experience of being on this lifestyle, plus the hundreds of successful results I've given guys all around the world.

Now the source, that information that I'm getting when it comes to the actual supplement review is So if anybody's curious about your personal supplements, or any supplements that I'm talking about right here, you could go get it at

This is not sponsored by the way, it's just a personal website that I use to make sure I'm getting exactly what I'm getting, or not what I'm getting. Take for example, MusclePharm Assault. 

So I've used this plenty times in the past when I didn't know anything about supplements. I would go in there, ask the GNC guy what's the best pre workout right now, and of course, they're going to suggest the supplement that's going to give them some kind of commission.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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So of course they're going to push whatever that they're giving them to push. I guess for the entire time before I jumped on Gear, the push was towards this type of pre workout, which is MusclePharm Assault.?

This is where the scam starts. Again, when it comes to pre workouts, ultimately the only thing I'm paying for is the energy. So this is where the scam starts. When it comes to the actual sugar content, whatever they say in the label, it's clearly a lie, because what we're getting is, here we go boys, 39.5% over the claimed label.

To me, that's huge. Again, this can be something to yeah, but it's only a little bit. Here's the thing. If I am paying for whatever it says on the label, because that's what I'm going off by, I'm going to want what it says on the label. For some guys, they're saying, well, you got to be gullible enough to truly believe what's on the label. What else am I supposed to do? 

Don't we supposed to be trusting these companies, right, for actually giving us accurate label, but when we're over 39%, that is a ridiculous amount. So when it comes to the sugar content, say take for example, I'm on a ketogenic diet or I'm on kind of specific diet or I don't want to take any sugar at all whatsoever. 

Be 39.5% over what is claimed label is a big deal, especially when it comes to the label and accuracy. I know some of us here is married to this product. Remember, I am not attacking you, I know you feel like you identify with MusclePharm.

But we have to face the facts on what's the actual review, because some guys, they truly get butthurt, they get mad because they think that they've been wrong this entire time. Well, guess what? If we're taking a supplement, and we've been wrong this entire time, we have no choice but to literally just admit that we've been wronged. 

We've been wronged by the supplement company. I am not against you whatsoever. I'm just here to state the facts and the facts are everything and the label is just a complete inaccuracy what I claimed it to be. 

Now, the most important part with any pre workout is right here, the caffeine content, because that's exactly what we're paying for. When it comes to the caffeine content, obviously, the label is also inaccurate. What we're actually getting?

When it comes to the caffeine content when it comes to MusclePharm is 197 milligrams, right there. 197 milligrams. So you thinking that's about a cup of coffee, because that's exactly what it is. That is equivalent to just one cup of coffee.

Now that's not where just a scam end. The scam starts with label inaccuracy, the amount of caffeine, the price per serving of MusclePharm Assault is this right here. So take for example, price per serving on this one. MusclePharm, price per serving is $1.04. 

That's how much I'll be paying when it comes to the MusclePharm Assault price per scoop. So pretty much that's what your workout is, it's energy booster. Why would I pay $1.04 when I can get a cup off coffee, ok, a cup of coffee. Guess is how much this is gonna cost? he average cost of a cup of coffee is 27 cents.

27 cents for the same amount of caffeine per serving. 197 or around 200 milligrams. So why would I pay for $1.04, and some of you guys, ok, well, you know, I don't want to sit and wait for the drip of coffee, that's forever. Cool. Awesome. Amazing. Alright, check this out. That's just a cup of coffee of drip coffee. Cool. 

We don't want to wait, I don't like waiting either, I like using my K Cup. When it comes to Starbucks, you will think oh man, it must be a little bit more, right? Starbucks K Cup -  when it comes to that, price for K Cup, 85 cents.

So between both I think I'd rather go with Starbucks K Cup, it tastes better, the label is accurate, I'm getting exactly what I'm getting, which is 200 milligrams of caffeine, rather then paying $1.04 with all the unnecessary stuff a company's been lying to me.

Because here's the thing about that, for some of us here to think well, you know, maybe it was inaccurate, maybe it's one thing. If they're literally lying about the sugar content, the caffeine content, the proprietary blend, do you think anything else is real on there? That's from my point of view here. 

There is just no way I can trust the company after that. I just can't. Once they lie about one thing, they lose my trust. I can keep buying the same exact thing. I can't keep going off well, maybe it was just that one bottle, even though labdoor test a lot of bottles to actually give us this reading right here. 

Because ultimately, again, it just comes down to sugar content and the caffeine content, because that's what we're paying for. Everything else, like the proprietary blend, they could just make up. All that stuff doesn't do anything for us in terms of their workouts.

When it comes to what exactly is a proprietary blend - So pretty much they have a blend of stuff to help you work out. But within the industry, proprietary blend is just whatever they want to put in there, or whether they don't want to put in there. They can claim there's beta alanine in there, but maybe it's just a sprinkle. 

That's what it is, they just want to label it as proprietary blend. And even though it says 5000 milligrams of proprietary blend, cool, half of gamma, that could just be whatever they claimed in, then the rest can be fillers. So since it's a proprietary blend, they don't have to give up the accuracy of what they're putting in there. 

It could literally be just a .05 of whatever they claiming it, and the rest can be fillers within that proprietary blend. So again, what's the point of doing that anyways? If they're an honest company, if they're a good company, that would state it exactly what it is, accurate on every single thing. 

So from my point of view, it's MusclePharm Assault a scam? Absolutely, it is absolutely a scam. And just to show you what labdoor has, let's check out what they have here. So when it comes to this stuff here, this thing has a score of 76.7 out of a 100, and there it is right there, label accuracy of 21%. What even scares me is the fact that look at that ingredient safety, Jesus.

Anything in the red when it comes to ingredient safety it's pretty scary, especially when it comes to what's actually going inside your body. Just to make sure we're getting exactly what we're getting. That to me is scary.

And of course, because of how inaccurate the labels are, I'm sure that right there is the big reason why they don't want FDA to approve any of these things here. They want to make sure that they able to put in whatever they want.

Put in the labels that they want, they can literally make stuff up. That's the reality of supplements, and that's the reality of MusclePharm Assault.





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