Brutal Force Review
Look, there are a bunch of scammers online. Combine that with literal experiment compounds such as SARMs and you’re looking at Wolf of Wall Street kind of scamming possibilities. Finding a good SARM supplier online is therefore incredibly difficult. Barging down the Big Ben is Brutal Force, based in Nottingham UK, their site reads “The Real Deal”. Looking at the reviews and the painstakingly perfectly executed attention to detail, they just might be.
|Individuals looking to gain muscle, lose fat and gain fitness knowledge
|Steroid & SARM Alternatives
|$79.99 – $399.95
Who is Brutal Force?
As they so elegantly claim on their website, they’re basically a bunch of gymbro’s and athletes who know that steroids and SARMs can have dire effects on health, and wish to minimize harm in the fitness community by providing a much safer alternative. Based in the UK, but they do manufacture their products in the states.
Not only do they have the goal of spreading a good quality product, but also great information. Which is why you’ll see plenty of articles and blog written pieces on their site which can educate the masses. I like that.
Some of the products they provide are:
- DBULK (Dianabol Alternative)
- SBULK (Sustanon Alternative)
- TBULK (Trenbolone Alternative)
- ABULK (Anadrol Alternative)
- DEKABULK (Deca Durabolin Alternative)
- WINCUT (Winstrol Alternative)
- GCUT (Gynecomastia reduction)
Best Brutal Force Products
Brutal Force only supplies SARMs (and some free information) specifically geared (hehe) towards the purposes of bulking and cutting. They also have a specific product solely for Man Boobs which is pretty neat.
Bulking and Cutting Stack
Despite the lackluster name, this stack is some serious stuff. You get both a bulking and cutting stack, with various products doing their respective jobs. You get one DBULK, ABULK, SBULK, TBULK, and CCUT. They are all loosely alternatives to steroids, Dianabol, Anadrol, Sustanon, Trenbolone, and Clenbuterol respectively.
Despite the fact that they won’t have the same effects as the steroids do obviously, it’s a great alternative with way less side effects.
An alternative to the commonly used Somatropin (HGH – Human Growth Hormone) which is adequately dosed with ingredients like Maca, Arginine and Hawthorn Berry. These ingredients show an increase in natural HGH production which can aid in muscle gain, fat loss, and general well being. The great benefit of this is that it’s unlike to carry the blood sugar side effects of HGH, and doesn’t require injections.
A very peculiar product. Designed for one purpose only. Fighting man boobs. No jokes. I find that very specific and rather smart. Obviously, man boobs are caused primarily by two things: High body fat and high estrogen. Increasing fat burning potential with ingredients like Green Tea and Chromium, GCUT might also lower estrogen as a result, the two work in tandem. The only real option of fixing Gynecomastia (man boobs) after it’s too late is with an operation. Unfortunately, this isn’t always covered by medical aid, thus it might be better to use something like GCut before it’s too late.
Ordering and Shipping
Even though the main company is based in the UK, the products are actually produced in the good old states of America, FDA approved and produced to the highest quality standards. Shipping in both the USA and UK takes 3-7 working days, with international shipping taking an expected 21 days.
Brutal Force does not cover shipping costs, but are kind enough to hold onto your package in the scenario where for some reason you cannot take delivery. They also have a few countries they do not ship to, for more information check out their shipping policy.
They do however offer a 30 day money back guarantee, which includes you not being happy with the product they provided.
Brutal Force not only displays customer reviews, they hammer it home. The home page (and every page on their site really) has various pictures and quotes from happy clients.
Travis from USA said the following:
“Brutal Force got me past the wall. Within two weeks, I hit a 475 deadlift while sculpting my body. I’ve tried similar products before, but nothing hits like Brutal Force”
Rikki had this to say about the Bulk and Cut Stack:
“If you want the biggest gains in the shortest time possible, the bulking and cutting stack is the one for you!”
Their site has a tremendous amount of reviews, a claimed 1137 reviews with a five star average. Payment options are very limited, as it only consists of debit and credit cards.
Alternatives Brutal Force vs Double Woods
Obviously the biggest benefit of Double Woods is versatility. You may think yes, Brutal Force offers blends of supplements and that means I get more. But do you really? The LIGABULK (Ligandrol Alternative) has 300mg of Leucine, where 3000mg is the anabolic trigger dose. It has 200mg of Ashwagandha Root, when this study found that 500mg was the recommended dose for muscle adaptation. With Double Woods you get to dose every ingredient specifically, giving you more freedom and range to design your own supplement stack. Brutal Force has better marketing though.
Brutal Force vs Onnit
Both of these execute their products in a similar way, by providing pre-made blends to match your needs as the consumer. I’m giving Brutal Force the edge in this case, as they actually provide dosing of certain ingredients, whereas Onnit has proprietary blends. Onnit does have a larger range however, and (excluding special pricing) seems to be the more cost effective option.
Brutal Force vs Bulk Supplements
To me, Bulk Supplements wins hands down. They seem to offer a variety that overshadows that of Brutal Force, plus you get to do the dosing yourself – which is important because as we’ve seen with HBulk, Brutal Force does under dose some products. Bulk Supplements also seems to be slightly more cost effective.
If you’re looking for a safe and legal alternative to steroids and SARMs then Brutal Force is a great place to start. Don’t expect similar results to gear obviously, but as natural athletes go it’s pretty good. My only problems with them are that some products seem to be under dosed, and then they claim to be a legal alternative – however LIGABULK contains Suma root. Which is banned by WADA. Feels like a hit and miss.