Advanced Genetics Review
What You Should Know
Advanced Fitness is a distributor of exercize equipment such as treadmills, home gyms, elliptical trainers and bikes. Advanced Fitness has been selling their products via the internet since 1997 and they have been in business longer than that. In addition to the web-based business model, they have a corporate headquarters and two national warehouses. Currently, internet sales count for 85% of their total revenue.
To overcome national restrictions on similar equipment, Advanced Fitness set out to design its very own model of treadmill that would not be subject to the regional limitations placed on dealers and manufacturers. Advanced Fitness claims that one buys the product directly from the factory! A marketing model growing in popularity. The famous; Cutting out the Middle Man. And since the products execution, it seems to have been well received by athletes from around the world and also every-day consumers just looking to get back into shape. The company targets athletes of all training levels, people who already have experience in work out and home-gym equipment and the company is there for newcomers to the scene..
Advanced genetics has three active ingredients: BCAA Alpha-Ketoglutarate (standing for Branched Chain Amino Acids), L-Glutamine-Alpha-Ketoglutarate, and and Creatine, all naturaly occurring organic acids. As for its non-medical ingredients, Advanced Genetics uses: Gelatin (Capsule), Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide. The product is taken in pill form twice daily. Advanced Genetics claims the following effects to the user’s body: trigger gains in lean body mass, enhance dynamic strength, improve exercise performance, promote skin-bursting pumps, speed recovery times, promote cell volumization, stimulate anabolic hormones, help aid in preventing fatigue, enhance concentration, help reduce muscle breakdown during exercise, help to trigger fat loss, and regulate protein synthesis and degradation. The Advanced Genetics product is available in containers with 168 capsules. While this may seem like a large amount of pills, this is only enough for 21 days. Their entire product line is made of medical-grade materials.
- Available on numerous bodybuilding services and bodybuilding networking websites.
- There are similar products available from the same company with different prices and purposes.
- No easy access to other customer reviews.
- Large Dosage, a total of eight pills daily. Treatment may not be as immediately effective as other forms of treatment.
- Advanced Genetics does not seem to have a website of its own.
- Questionable source company being that there is little information about them or their products.
All in all, Advanced Genetics products would not make a good addition to the gym bag of any athlete that that uses bodybuilding supplements. Advanced Genetics is simply too obscure of a company. The dosages are high, as much as eight capsules per day and the prices are quite high for the duration of the regimen. However, like any treatment, Advanced Genetics should not be used to facilitate over-exertion. In addition, Advanced Genetics cannot be used in conjunction with other treatments to increase muscle mass. Coupled with this inflexibility, the fact that Advanced Genetics products are difficult to locate for sale except on non-official websites, may make them hard to purchase for some.