Muscle Pill Banned from GNC; Critics Say It’s ‘Legal ‘Roids’

Clay Sullivan of Boston, MA, claims C9-T11 helped him gain over 20 pounds of lean muscle mass and add 50 pounds to his bench press in 60 days.

A new dietary supplement containing a specialized fatty acid “growth factor” is the hottest thing going in amateur athletics — but not without controversy.  

Critics say the compound (a cis-9, trans-11 fatty acid isomer) provided in the controversial, new supplement C9-T11 Anti-Catabolic Muscle Growth Complex gives athletes an “unfair advantage” and their use should be prohibited by athletes. 

Proponents argue research shows the compounds to be both safe and effective and that banning the natural compounds is like trying to prohibit athletes from consuming creatine, which is also isolated from natural sources.

One thing people on both sides can agree on is the controversial, new supplement works. According to a recent study published in the journal Medicine & Science & Sports and Medicine, novice weight trainers who took these compounds for seven weeks experienced a 600% increase in lean muscle growth, including a 9-fold increase in biceps girth.

Novice Bodybuilders Gained 600% More Muscle; Added 9 Times More Biceps Girth; Increased Bench Press Strength by 30 Pounds…

Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise

Fair Game or Unfair Advantage?

Word-of-mouth marketing has led to C9-T11 rivaling creatine and pre-workout nitric oxide (NO2) supplements as the most popular natural performance-enhancers in amateur athletic locker rooms.

However, critics say these compounds too closely mimic the effects of anabolic steroids and that their use should be prohibited by athletes. 

To be sure, steroids, similar to these compounds, work in large part by minimizing the catabolic effects of cortisol, allowing for greater amino acid uptake, nitrogen retention, and protein synthesis.

Many sports scientists, however, say the compounds are a viable alternative to dangerous performance-enhancing drugs. They point to the fact that these compounds are isolated from natural food sources, and are therefore no different, ethically, from high-carbohydrate food mixes for aerobic athletes. Besides, they say research has shown them to be medically safe and that we should emphasize that the alternative to these natural compounds is steroids.

‘Unreal Size & Strength Gains’

Whether or not using C9-T11 constitutes “cheating” doesn’t concern the thousands of athletes and fitness buffs using it.

Francis Nadeu of Red Lion, PA, writes: “C9-T11 has given me significant gains over the last 3 months. I would recommend this supplement to anyone. I have pictures of myself from 3 months ago until just last week. My gains have been significant. Using this product has taken my gains off the charts.”

“With other supplements I’ve used, I thought I could ‘kinda sorta’ notice a difference, but this is ridiculous. C9-T11 is the first supplement I’ve used where I could actually notice vivid gains in muscle size. After my first 30-day ‘cycle,’ I’ve packed on over 16 pounds of muscle, and my strength has literally gone through the roof.”

Ustundal Hakan Gürdöl from Istanbul, Turkey, gained 15 pounds of muscle and increased his strength substantially in 30 days.

Another believer is Ustundal Hakan Gürdöl from Istanbul, Turkey. “My results have been incredible taking C9-T11. I get people asking if I am taking PEDs … 30 days in and my body has completely transformed. I’ve gained 15 pounds of muscle and my squat and bench press strength has increased substantially. I’m starting to look like a bodybuilder!”

Does C9-T11 deliver “steroid-like” muscle-growth effects? Well, judge for yourself. While the supplement has been banned from GNC and Amazon, a limited number of bottles are available by the supplement’s official manufacturer, TeamANR, online here.

The website offers a 100% risk-free trial of the product, with each serving working out to be just 62 cents — less than what you’d spend on a sugary McDonald’s soda. What’s more, each order of C9-T11 is a one-time-only transaction. In other words, there are no reoccurring charges or hidden offers.

9 thoughts on “Muscle Pill Banned from GNC; Critics Say It’s ‘Legal ‘Roids’

  1. Best supplement I’ve ever used, even better than creatine monohydrate. I’ve been taking 2 capsules 3 times a day: 2 in the morning, 2 post workout and 2 before bed. My strength and energy are higher than they’ve ever been, and I’m breaking my PRs in the gym. In fact, the guys at the gym are asking if I’m using steroid lol

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  2. I’m seeing gains like crazy. My biceps are filling out my shirt sleeves and I’ve lost 4 inches from my waist, going from a size 38 to a size 34. All in 30 days. I can’t wait to see my gains over the next 30 days.

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    1. The point of the matter is we supplement for a reason to get results and on a mental point of iew it keeps our minds into our sports/Training , giving one the knowing of increased size and strength. Iv used some of these pre workout drinks a d have proven it to my self they f@#&ing work.Andif there’s a supplement that is working for you and it’s legal then why not. No one really knows the long term affects of legal or illegal supplementation. My advice is cycle it, give time for your body on it andghen come off it for a period of time .When using it be sure you training is the most you can give. Use don’t abuse

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  3. Been using this stuff for a month now and am shocked by the results. My bench press is up 45 pounds and my squat 90 pounds. Just ordered 4 more bottles.

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  4. Can a Very Senior age male who has had Prostate Radiation and SEEDS Implants take this and get Good Results without having Negative changes in the prostate? Do this show up in a Drug Test if you are Competing? Thanks

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