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It did not take much work to discover a plenitude of posts deriding the entire idea of this sort of product ( nitrous oxide additions ), saying that there’s totally no scientific proof to support the claims made about increased performance levels. Actually there were numerous citings of systematic, peer reviewed works that appear to indicate there is not just no science to prove it does work, but that in reality there’s systematic proof that shows it doesn’t work… The nay-sayers opinion is that it’s all hype and that benefits are solely worthless pill in nature. So there I was ; on one hand there weren’t any Explode reviews and testimonials of folk swearing they had amazing results from no xplode, and on the other was ‘proof’ that’s was rubbish. Is it the Holy Grail of exercise additions, or merely a con to thin out the wallets of suckers? I simply do not know definitely, but I need to say, the ‘hype’ is pretty seducing. I sure does sound great and with so many folk having had positive results from it who are not really selling the product themselves ( thus I see no reason which explains why they’d make this stuff up ), I believe that I might actually have to give it a try.
Stay tuned for a future update.
I am always attempting to improve myself, and while I know it comes down to difficult work irrespective of what, I also believe strongly in working smart as well as hard. Definitely there are systems, tools, approaches etc that will help aid the move from where one is now to where tries to be.
In my search I really like to pass along both my observations and my processes along the way, because so many have done the same for me.
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