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February 18, 2010Reviewer: Dennis in New York* I admit, I'm not one to review every product I try, but the other review made me want to get my opinion out.
I was searching for something different that didn't give me the jittery shakes and rapid breathing like everything else I was trying. I'm not a huge fan of beta-alanine or the flushed/tingly feeling I get in my skin from taking it, so I tried this. All I can say is that this is exactly what I was looking for. I seem to have increased drive while in the gym and feel much less fatigue and burn.
If I want jittery/wired, I'll slam an AMP with the usual NO product before I leave for the gym. If I want to put in 100%+, I'll keep going with RPM.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpfulNovember 25, 2008Reviewer: A customer in New York* I have been using this product (RPM by Applied Nutriceuticals)for over a week now, and from what I can tell, it's total bogus snake oil. I've followed their dosage guidelines but it has proven to be worthless. I am now taking *twice* what they recommend for a 185lb man and it still has no effect.
So be warned: You can obtain a much better training "rush", and "focus" as well as workout strength increases, from two simple cups of strong coffee than from 4 capsules of RPM. --I kid you not.
I hate to sound like a whiner but Applied Nutriceuticals should be ashamed of themselves; what a waste of money. - I'm going back to my good ol' coffee maker.