Winny 50 Review
Can You Really Balance Muscle Gain With Fat Loss with Winny 50?
We’re pretty confident you don’t need us to tell you how dropping fat and building lean muscle mass is a huge undertaking that requires enthusiasm, discipline and commitment.
But what you might want us to tell you is all about one of the latest and (according to its makers) greatest fitness supplements on the market….So that’s what we’re gonna do!
Produced by MegaGear products, Winny 50 describes itself as a ‘fat loss compound and muscle growth agent’ that works during cutting cycles to actively help the body to shed fat, acquire muscle and improve endurance levels so your body can work out even harder – and thus see better results.
The makers choice of name is an obvious attempt to liken it to the proven ( although potentially unsafe) anabolic steroid Winni..
It also promises to get to work quickly, leaving both beginners and more experienced lifters built up in no time. Let’s put it under the spotlight.
Winny 50’s Formula
The formula is a proprietary blend totalling 300mg which is made up of undisclosed amounts of:
- 1,3,7-trimethylpurine-2 6-dione
- 2-carbamimidoyl(methyl)amino acetic acid (CrM)
It also contains:
Magnesium Stearate, gelatin, Microcrystalline cellulose, Stearate acid
Directions For Use
The recommended daily dose is three tablets, suitable for a 85kg male. Those under 65kg should take this down to 2 tablets. There’s no further information on how, or at what point during the day, these should be taken, however.
There really isn’t much to go on here – only a handful of reviews on Amazon offer any real information.
Of these most are positive, although they don’t go much further than saying Winny 50 is a ‘great supplement’. There’s one mention of increased muscle mass. We must say, this doesn’t make us feel particularly confident about the legitimacy of the reviews.
- It must be pointed out that Amazon does have a reputation for using professional reviewers who receive goods for free in return for their reviews….This fact does indeed raise the question as to just how valid this sort of feedback really is…
A handful of people, meanwhile, say this fat burner and muscle growth agent didn’t do anything for them, that it relies on caffeine and little else to raise energy and that, as such, many claim it’s a waste of money….
Reported Side Effects
There aren’t any reports of negative side effects yet from people who have tried this supplement – we’ll keep you posted if any emerge
Where To Buy Winny 50
You have two choices here – you can buy Winny 50 directly from the manufacturer’s website, Megagear.eu, or from Amazon. In terms of cost, expect to pay around £22.49 for a one-month supply.
We’ve looked high and low and can’t find any mention of a money-back guarantee if you’re not happy with the product – sorry!
You could be excused for being confused when looking at the formula… as the makers do appear to try and baffle us all with science..
Why not just list the ingredients as caffeine and creatine instead of the full scientific names (1,3,7-trimethylpurine-2 6-dione and 2-carbamimidoyl(methyl)amino acetic acid (CrM) respectfully) we would all know and recognise them straight away..
Basically when you take into account whats actually in the rather small total of 300mg per serving, you will understand just as we did that this product is actually very weakly formulated… there is not enough of anything in the mix to have any truly noticeable effect… you might get a slight, short lived hit of an energy boost from the caffeine in the mix… and you would be better served taking a creatine shake than th tiny bit thats obviously in this product..
Weak, Underpowered And Ineffective…. Look Elsewhere Thats Our Opinion.
We strongly suggest that you check out Crazybulk Trenorol… a powerful fatburning, muscle boosting combination that actually delivers on the promises so eagerly (but not delivered) made by Winny 50…
With a proven track record and hundreds of satisfied users worldwide, Trenorol is certainly one to try..