Force Factor 2 Overview
Force Factor 2 is a pre-workout supplement which, according to the products website, was “created by biologists to help you build strength and power” as well as “help you achieve your muscle-building goals.” At the heart of the claims of Force Factor 2 is its effects on nitric oxide, a gas that expands blood vessels. The Force Factor website eludes that nitric oxide will help people “build lean muscle,” as well as “increase strength” and several other things. This sounds good, but is there any proof that Force Factor 2 (or nitric oxide) does this? This will be the focus of this review. Also see my review of the original Force Factor for more information.
How Does Force Factor 2 Work?
According to the companies own website, Force Factor 2 works safely and effectively by utilizing a broad array of ingredients. Those ingredients include Vitamin C, Calcium, Folic Acid, and what they call a “Dual Stage Next-Gen NOXplosion”. This is broken down into a Stage 1-Substrate Input Regeneration complex which is made up of L-Citrulline, Lovage Root, and CoQ10.
The second stage is a Dynamic NOx Enzyme Catalysis System that contains L-Taurine, L-Norvalline, Vitamin C, and Calcium. If this sounds like something your professor in health class used to talk about, it’s actually not as bad as it sounds. For example, CoQ10 is a potent antioxidant which helps to protect the body from damaged caused by harmful molecules.
Taurine has also been shown to help reduce blood pressure, as well as alleviate certain cardiovascular ailments. The being said, onto my results…
Since Force Factor 2 itself has not been tested in published human trials, I don’t know what its side effects might be but looking at the ingredients, I feel it’s safe in healthy people. If Force Factor 2 raises nitric oxide levels, then there is a possibility that this product might reduce blood pressure. I don’t know if this effect would be significant or noticed by healthy people, but its possible that it might be noticed by those who take medications for high blood pressure or heart disease. This might cause dizziness in some people. When in doubt, those who take medications or who are not “healthy” should talk to a doctor or pharmacist.
Lovage root. As is reported by WebMd.com, there is some speculation that lovage root might be a problem for people with high blood pressure.
Free Trial Of Force Factor 2
The ForceFactor.com site mentions that people can get a free 14 day trial of the product. If people do nothing, at the 14th day, they will automatically receive a month’s supply of Force Factor for $69.99 plus $4.99 shipping and handling. This will continue each month until the auto shipments are cancelled. Force Factor gives a 30 day money-back guarantee on products shipped after the free trial, no questions asked.
Why to Buy Force Factor 2?
Despite the claim that “serious scientists” created Force Factor 2, a fact that cannot be denied is that there is no published, peer-reviewed proof that Force Factor 2 ?itself?raises nitric oxide levels in humans. That said, looking at the ingredients, I think it is logical that might cause, at the least, a temporary rise in NO.. The larger question ,though, is: Does Force Factor 2 (or its ingredients) make people bigger or stronger? I can’t find any published, peer reviewed proof that ANY nitric oxide supplement improves strength or power in humans. Just because people feel more “pumped” does not mean that these supplements will make people stronger or improve athletic performance. Here is Force Factor 2 on Amazon for those who want to read the comments of others who have tried it.