In this post we are going to expose the nonsense hidden behind Biotest’s product: Plazma Reactive Pump advertised by T-Nation.com.
1.The supplement Plazma Reactive Pump is advertised by a heavy steroid user – John Meadows.
John Meadows weights as much as Arnold Schwarzenegger, but is also 6 inches shorter. It’s obvious that he is a heavy steroid addict who also uses insulin, growth hormone (GH) and other muscle elixirs.
You will never have the muscular body of John Meadows by just taking Plazma Reactive Pump.
The whole article advertising the product is full of blatant lies. For example, John Meadows claims that he has gained 10 lbs (5 kg) of stage weight thanks to the protocol. This is just another obvious untruth. Gaining 10 lbs of dry muscle would require at least six months for a beginner. An advanced athlete would need 2-3 years to gain 10 lbs of true muscle. If John Meadows truly made those gains, it wasn’t thanks to Plazma Reactive Pump. It was because he upped his steroid dose.
2.Plazma Reactive Pump has bogus content
The supplement Plazma basically contains some sugar, protein and a bunch of ingredients which Biotest has labeled as Nutrient-Partitioning Functional Carbohydrates. So, Plazma contains protein and carbohydrates? Who would’ve thought?
You cannot reach the muscular development of John Meadows just by consuming protein and carbs. It’s physically impossible.
3.Plazma Reactive Pump requires you to drink too much water
In order to confuse to user the team of Biotest always comes up with some crazy protocols. They want you to believe that if the products don’t deliver the expected results, it’s because you failed to follow their protocol. In this particular case you are required to drink 1 500 ml of water during your workout and 500 ml prior to it. That’s 2 000 ml of water consumed in a very short period of time. You will feel heavy, bloated and will experiencel constant urge to go to the rest room.
4.Plazma Reactive Pump is super expensive
One bottle of Plazma Reactive Pump contains 1 300 grams of powder. According to the recommended usage you should use 4 doses (260 grams) for one workout. That means that if you workout 3 times a weak you will consume 260 x 3 = 780 grams. So, one bottle of Plazma Reactive pump will last you for 5 workouts and you will need to buy two each month. One bottle costs USD 69. That’s about USD 140 for a month long supply.
NattyOrNot.com recommends that you stay away from Biotest and T-nation’s products. They are highly ineffective. Every single author writing for T-Nation such as Christian Thibaudeau is nothing more than a snake oil salesman on steroids.
The victim is YOU! Stay away!