IForce Bold 200 Review
What You Should Know
iForce Bold 200 is a prohormone that is supposed to convert to boldenone once consumed. There are a few problems with this. First, according to bodybuilder, boldenone is not a strong steroid in the first place, so why would you want to take a prohormone with potential side effects that is not going to give you any positive benefits? Second, oral supplements are extremely limited. We found several discussions on bodybuilding forums about choosing to pin yourself instead of taking oral supplements. Pinning is another term for injecting. We do NOT suggest injecting yourself with any prohormone or steroid to increase muscle gains.
We did not find the supplement listed on the iForce website. Currently, it appears the supplement is available offsite for anywhere from $5 to $30 a bottle. Chances are it has been discontinued, but that some bottles are still hanging around.
List of Ingredients
- 1, 4 Androstadiene-3, 17 Dione
The only ingredient in iForce Bold 200 was developed by William Llewellyns, the author of Anabolics 2009. He is considered one of the founding fathers of prohormone development. However, just because a prized author created a supplement does not mean it is the ideal supplement.
We found plenty of support for the supplement in 2002, but that support has waned dramatically over the last decade. One bodybuilder claims that he took four weeks of iForce Bold 200 at 800 mg/day and saw no effect at all. There were no muscle gains, no increased appetite and he actually gained fat. That is not what a prohormone is supposed to do.
Dieters looking for a fat burner have stumbled on a product that is of no use to you. This supplement is designed for the bodybuilder, not the dieter. You will NOT lose weight on iForce Bold 200 or any other supplement containing 1, 4 Androstadiene-3, 17 Dione.
- We found lots of discussion about the prohormone online.
- The supplement is a prohormone.
- There are no weight loss benefits.
- iForce does not list the supplement for sale any longer.
- Bodybuilders complain of no muscle gains.
- Some bodybuilders gain fat on the supplement.
In terms of a prohormone, iForce Bold 200 appears to be one of the safer ones, but it also appears to be ineffective. William Llewellyns, a star author in the anabolic world, is the creator of the sole ingredient in this formula. He was proud of the supplement in 2002, but he doesn’t appear to be so proud anymore.