Alpha Fury Review
Alpha Fury Diet Pill Review
Alpha Fury, made by Bioquest, is designed specifically to be taken before a workout to give you a major muscle pump and energy boost at the gym. There are many diet pills that are used as a pre-workout supplement, and they all use a wide variety of mechanisms to give you the best workout possible. Some are very effective and some are less effective than a Coke. Let’s investigate which side of the line Alpha Fury falls on.
Alpha Fury Ingredients
Bioquest really hypes up their use of GlycoCarn in Alpha Fury. GlycoCarn is a relatively new muscle enhancement supplement which has been clinically proven to increase the effectiveness of your workout. It increases the amount of Nitric Oxide (NO), acts as a vasodilator (increases the size of your veins), reduces lactic acid in your muscles, and improves high intensity workout performance. It is a great ingredient and Alpha Fury is smart to use it. However, don’t be tricked too much by their advertising, because GlycoCarn is used in other products as well.
Their other main ingredient is beta-alanine, which has been shown to act as a buffer to lactic acid in your muscles. By reducing the effect that lactic acid has on muscle pain, in theory you will be able to workout longer and with shorter breaks to get a great muscle pump.
Alpha Fury Marketing
Alpha Fury can primarily be found, advertised and endorsed on Prosource’s website. Prosource named it one of their top 10 pre-workout supplements of 2010. Alpha Fury is very well advertised and promises to do a lot for your workout and physique. In my opinion is it overhyped, because there are other great products out there using the same ingredients, but Alpha Fury customers seem to be pleased with the results they are seeing.
Alpha Fury Price
Here is the biggest downfall of Alpha Fury, because it is expensive and overpriced. I’m okay with expensive supplements that will last a long time and produce significant results, but Alpha Fury retails for $83 and only contains 20 servings. If you paid full price and worked out 5 times a week, that means you’re forking over more than $80 a month for a workout supplement. Thankfully most sites are selling it for less recently, at around $42, which is much more reasonable.
Alpha Fury Guarantee
Alpha Fury’s return guarantee is mediocre at best. If you are dissatisfied with your product then you must inform them within 14 days of the shipping date, and all products returned must be sealed and re-salable condition. You have to be pre-approved by customer service to send the product back, and you’re responsible for the return shipping. As I said, it’s mediocre at best, and if you’re paying full price that is not worth it.
Alpha Fury Conclusion
Well, I think we have to give Alpha Fury props for putting together a good product. Most customer reviews were positive and people were seeing the muscle pump results that they wanted. However, most customers also felt that it was overpriced. We’re going to agree with the customer reviews out there and say that this is a good product that is overpriced. We’ll also add that it doesn’t have a great return policy, which is something you really should look at when finding a diet pill. There are products out there that are just as effective, but that come at a better price and with a better return policy.