Whenever I go to the gym and tell a
friend that I've recently started the supplement, NO2, nobody knows
what I'm talking about but I even mention Creatine, and that is well
known as a standard for building muscle.
Could NO2 be the next Creatine? When Creatine was launched, it was
expensive. But it worked. It was a huge craze at the gyms and most
everybody wanted it. The reason they wanted it so much, is that it
worked. It was legal and the side-effects, well so far, there aren't
any (as long as you drink plenty of fluids). Since the launching of
this successful product, there has never been anything that hit the
market with the same enthusiasm.
NO2, according to research , "the first of an exciting new category
of muscle-enhancers known as a hemodilators. NO2 has the unique
ability to perpetually sustain the flow of muscle-building agents to
skeletal muscle." Before I give my review, I'd like to share another
quote of the benefits and claims. "By increasing nitric oxide
production, NO2 increases your maximum contractile velocity - in all
muscle types. The results are immediate and consequential, and
include increasing your load capacity, boosting your power output,
and quickening your muscle contraction."
When I first was asked to try this
product, I was skeptical. I've been bodybuilding for 16 years now
(mainly for general fitness not to get freaky huge), and I've tried
a lot of supplements. The last time I was excited about a supplement
was Creatine like most of the gym-rats. But I'm always willing to
review something and try it for myself in hopes that maybe I'll find
that gem and tell the rest of the world.
Taking 3 pills before breakfast, and another 3 one-half hour before
lunch, I can honestly say that while I've noticed no gains in
strength yet, my muscle do feel perpetually pumped. It's like I just
came back from the gym but it lasts all day. While I cannot say the
results are amazing, I can say the effects - both physical and
psychological - are extraordinary.
As with any supplement, you need to drink plenty of water. NO2 does
not have this specific requirement, but I've noticed that being
properly hydrated has helped me keep that pump going all day. I've
also seen some recommendations that taking NO2 with Creatine gives a
complementary effect. To date, I have not tried this.
If you are looking for the next Creatine, NO2 could be it. I love
the effects. Unfortunately like Creatine when it first came out,
it's not cheap. But I've heard rumors that others will jump on this
market and bring down the prices where the masses can afford it.