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- HyperTone Force
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What Is HyperTone Force?
HyperTone Force is a pre-workout supplement designed to help the bodybuilder get more results from their workout. It should be taken every day shortly before a workout to see maximum results. The product has amino acids as the main ingredients, and these are supposed to help raise the levels of Nitric Oxide, or N.O. in the body. When the N.O. is increased in the system, it also increases the amount of blood that goes into the bloodstream. It also increases the amount of oxygen that they body is getting, which helps the body not get tired as quickly during a workout.
It also helps the body recover faster in between workouts. This means that there is more energy during the workout and better recovery times, leading to more overall time at the gym and thereafter, built muscle and loss of fat. The manufacturer of the supplement appears to be itself, as there are no other names on the site or on the bottle pictured on the site. Also it is uncertain whether the product is made in the U.S.A. or not. The supplement is available to purchase and ship to many other countries.
The company who makes the product appears to be the same as the name of the product, HyperTone Force itself. There aren’t any other products listed under this name, so it doesn’t appear that the company has had widespread success in creating a line of supplements that many customers enjoy. Also there is no social media or other media sites with customers promoting the product or the company.
The only place to purchase the product is on its site. It is not available in retail store or through other online vendors. Also other main bodybuilding sites and online companies that sell these kind of supplements do not sell this product or promote it. It is also uncertain where the product is produced. There is an address buried in the Terms and Conditions on the site and it is listed in Utah, but it is uncertain whether this is where the supplement is also formulated. Also it might be difficult to get answers from Customer Support as it is mostly advertised to help with checkout and ordering and returns.
How HyperTone Force Works?
The ingredients in the product help to increase Nitric Oxide in the body. This helps to bring more blood flow to the body and ultimately more strength to the workout. This means you will be able to do more lifting and also spend a longer amount of time at the gym due to more energy. Post-workout fatigue will also be lessened and therefore you will be able to do more days at the gym.
The site for the product says you should take HyperTone Force daily to see maximum effects. Some products say you should have off days where you aren’t taking the supplement, but this one says to take them every day. You should take two tablets 30 minutes before a workout. This increases the likelihood that the effects will be beneficial to your workout and not wear off before you are finished. You should also combine the supplements with a healthy diet any plenty of days working out to see the maximum effects.
Ingredients of HyperTone Force
The two main ingredients for the supplement that are highlighted are L-Arginine and L-Citrulline. These two components of HyperTone Force are amino acids and are found in many bodybuilding supplements. Amino acids are the main components of protein, therefore helping to convert fat into muscle. Also, the ingredients help raise the level of Nitric Oxide in the body. Once the Nitric Oxide is released, there is a larger amount of blood flow throughout the body. Also there is a greater amount of Oxygen going through the body and this helps to increase energy during workouts. The proteins add nutrients to the muscle and this helps to increase the muscle size.
The improved circulation of the bloodstream helps to increase recovery time between workouts as well as give energy during the workout itself. This means you have a dual effect of working out longer and lifting more reps. It also means that you can do more workouts within a shorter amount of time. There are no unnatural ingredients in the product and also no fillers, which means that a higher percentage of the ingredients will be absorbed in the body. If the ingredients themselves are effective, you should therefore see more results with more active ingredients.
The positive aspects of the supplement are that you only have to take the supplement in tablet form once per day. Also tablets are easy to take and less hassle them combining powder with water. Sometimes the powders have terrible flavor as well which makes the bodybuilder not enjoy taking the supplement. HyperTone Force is also designed as a pre-workout supplement that will raise levels of N.O. in the body. When this happens and blood circulation is increased as well throughout the system, the body has more energy during the workout and also will help with muscle fatigue.
When the body is working out, oxygen gets depleted in the body and lactic acid is produce and builds up. This eventually leads to the muscles getting tired. When Nitric Oxide is raised in the body, there is the increase of blood flow and also more oxygen in the body, which means there is more time to work out before the body gets tired. This will increase the level of time and also the strength you have during the workout. Overall if N.O. is increased, the overall performance and results of the bodybuilder should increase as well.
There aren’t any certificates for the product. On the site there are a few labels but there aren’t any actual awards or references from other relevant people or companies. HyperTone Force has a few encryption certificates for online purchasing, but nothing specific about the product. There are a few reviews, not many, about the product. These say that the product is good for building muscle and also for increasing capacity and endurance during working out.
Also Nitric Oxide, which is what is supposed to be increased by the ingredients, has been listed as very positive on other sites for bodybuilders in particular. Mostly the reviews said that the increase in N.O. helps the one working out to have more energy for the workouts, and to not build up as much lactic acid and therefore the recovery time is increased. In the end, there is more workout time and less recovery time, meaning more time in the gym and more results. However since there aren’t many non-promotional reviews about HyperTone Force in particular, it is uncertain whether this supplement in particular effectively raises the levels of N.O. in the bloodstream.
There are not many reviews for HyperTone Force online. One wrote an extended review on the product and say that they had been using the product for two months. They said that they use it every day, and that every day they feel better than they did the day before and also before they started taking the product. He reports more energy to lift weights at the gym and also more endurance. He also said that he feels happy and energized by the product.
Another said that he has always admired bodybuilders for their strength and physique, and he had tried a lot of other supplements but hadn’t seen much success. He said that this one has given him no negative side effects after two months of using the product. He said that it has helped him transform his body with muscle mass. Another said that his body was a lot stronger after using the product, and another also said he had stronger muscles and could work out for longer in the gym. These reviews again seemed to be on sites that were all positive about the product, and there were no negative reviews at all so it might make you question if there was bias there, but the results were positive from these reviews.
Awards & Media Coverage
There are no awards anywhere on the site and there isn’t any media coverage anywhere either. If you search for the product online you will find some reviews but that’s about it. HyperTone Force has almost all positive reviews, which might be encouraging at first if you are looking for a good workout supplement. But you might want to use caution if you can only find good things on promotional looking sites about the product and nothing related to any problems about the product.
There aren’t any known athletes or organizations or companies promoting the product. There are a few disadvantages listed on a few of the sites about the product. However they are ones that aren’t very bad, such as that it’s not available in retail stores and not meant for those individuals also currently taking prescription medicine. There is a negative listed about the supplement not being recognized by the FDA, but this is the case for all supplements. But this might be a concern for you because of the lack of regulation when supplements are made.
If you decided you don’t want the supplement, you can ship it back to the company and get a refund. You need to do it within 30 days of originally ordering the product to get a full refund. The bottle of HyperTone Force must be unopened however, so that means you can’t try the product without paying the full price. Many companies let you ship back a half-filled bottle or even empty bottles. That means that you will be able to try the product and still get a refund if you don’t like it. So this is a disadvantage as you have to pay to try the product.
Also, if you decide to ship back the product unopened, you also should cancel the product enrollment that kicks in when you order the product the first time. You will need to cancel the enrollment within 14 days of ordering it otherwise you will receive a second month’s supply of the order. The shipping and handling is not free, but slightly cheaper than for other products. The normal price is $4.95 one way, but their price is $3.95 one way. Keep in mind you pay this fee if you return the product as well. If you ship it back you need to call the company to get a number to put on the package when you return it.
Shipping for the product is $3.90 each way. This is cheaper than the normal $4.95. This site is listed as one for United States residents, so if you are ordering outside the U.S. the price will probably be substantially more. The postal service they use is the U.S. postal service. Therefore if you are in America this price might be relatively the same or not much more expensive. They don’t ship on Saturdays, Sundays or holidays. So if you buy HyperTone Force, it should come within three to five business days. But remember to count weekends out and holidays if they happen to fall at the time of ordering.
They do not offer refunds on shipping, nor do they offer credit for it. This applies to monthly shipments or for the first shipment. You will always pay for the shipping fees so factor these in. Also remember that with this product if you decide to return it, you can’t open it and get your money back. So if you want to try the product at all you will have to pay the full price for it, at least for one month’s supply. There are no free samples or free trials for the supplement.
There is a fair amount of Customer Support information on the site itself under the terms and privacy sections. There is information about shipping, taxes, the fees you will be charged, refunds, sales tax, international shipment information and more. Also for all of these topics, HyperTone Force encourages customers to call Customer Support with any questions. There is phone support available in many countries including Australia, Brazil, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, the U.K. So it is possible to order the product and have it shipped to many countries, but you might want to contact support to clarify returns information from other countries.
They also say that you can call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days per year, which is good that they are always available. This is unusual. They also provide an email address. There is a postal address for returns in Utah, but it is buried for some reason in the Terms and Conditions and is very hard to find. Perhaps they want to discourage customers from returning items? They don’t say if you have any questions about the product itself that you can call Customer Support, so it is uncertain that you will be able to get information about that or the company itself.
Safe & Secure Checkout
There are also cookies used to protect the information you give them. Your other personal information such as your name, address, email and phone number might be used to promote products and also for telemarketing purposes. So you might want to give them a phone number you don’t care much about if they will be calling you. The same goes for email, but with email you can opt out of offers and advertisements. Keep in mind your information might be passed along to third parties or other companies that might contact you as well. So you might want to consider this as well as the financial amount you will invest when deciding to buy the product, whether you really think its worth it.
Pricing & Free Trial
When you place an order of the product on any given day, you will automatically be shipped a 30-day supply of HyperTone Force. You will be charged the $3.90 shipping and handling fee and that’s it, at least at first. But beware. You have to cancel the subscription you are automatically subscribed to within 14 days or you will be charged the full month’s supply, which is a whopping $116.87. And you will continue to be charged this amount every 30 days until you cancel your subscription. Also important to note is that if you decide to cancel within the 14-day period, you will have to call to cancel and get a number to put on the package when you return it.
And most importantly, you can’t open the bottle otherwise you won’t get your money back. So you can choose to cancel within the 14-day period but that doesn’t mean you can try the product and decide you don’t like it. You just have to decide you don’t want to try it at all and send back the unopened bottle. This is different from most other promotional supplement offers where for a limited time you can try the product and send back the 1/2 full or empty bottle if you don’t like it. Also, the company might give you a promotional price at first and then charge you more after the promotion ends, so make sure to note the full price of the product beforehand, because that is what you will end up paying if you didn’t start out paying the full $116.87 at first.
- The product is aimed to raise the levels of Nitric Oxide in the body.
- When the N.O. in the body is increased, it increases the endurance for a workout and also the speed of the recovery times, which lead to more working out and more results.
- The supplement is in an easy-to-take tablet form, and only needs to be taken at one time during the day.
- There were some positive reviews of the product.
- The positive reviews of the product only came from a couple of sites, and these sites seemed to be promoting the product.
- It is uncertain with the lack of reviews or other coverage that the supplement is effective in raising the levels of N.O. in the body.
- The manufacturer seems to be the same name as the product itself, and there are no other successful products from this company listed on the market.
- There is no real refund for trying the product.
Summary: HyperTone Force is a pre-workout supplement designed to raise the levels of Nitric Oxide, or N.O., in the body therefore increasing the flow of blood through the bloodstream and the ingredients also help to increase the levels and the amount of oxygen in the body. This increase leads to more endurance during workouts and less recovery time, leading to more time at the gym to, in the end, build more muscle and reduce the amount of fat on the body. The manufacturer appears to be the same as the name of the product, and it does not appear to have produced any other products that have had any success, nor is there any media coverage or awards to speak of concerning this product. There are some positive reviews but these reviews all seem positive and somewhat promotional, which might make you wonder if they are legit testimonials from unbiased customers. There are also no free trials for refunds for the product and you must pay for it straight away, including shipping and handling, if you want to try the product, which, when combined with the lack of tried and true awards or reviews, might make you look further for a supplement.
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