We ran a competition to find out what the best supplements were – here’s how you all voted! Image source: Thinkstock
To round off last year, we brought back “The Suppies”, to find out which supplements you think are the champions of them all.
After selecting which five products we thought were the best in each category, we wanted to know what you all thought – which supplements would be crowned the best of the best? We asked, and you voted; the results are in.
The results of the Grim Gym Survey are in! We’ve asked our Facebook followers and email club to tell us the truth about the gym! Some of it’s shocking, some of it’s well, not shocking, and some of it makes us wonder about the future of the human race.
With a lot of flatulence, a little bit of perving and a fair whack of sexual appetite, the gym seems to be a place of rather strange, yet not completely unexpected behaviour.
First thing’s first though, let’s look at how the gym going public use Google.
A review of Matrix Nutrition’s High Protein Flapjacks
When we get asked “is this product any good?” we are rarely going to say “Nah mate, hunk of rubbish!” are we? And as much as we harp on about how we use Feefo, a 100% independent review system, people still want more info!
And rightly so. Why would you want to part with your hard earned (or not hard earned, we’re not judgemental) cash on something you’re not 100% sure on. So, in a bid to further show how honest we are, we sent our good friend Liam Browne a box of Matrix Nutrition High Protein Flapjacks and asked him to do a 100% honest review.
Ever thought the gym can be a bit…icky? Don’t get us wrong, we love them, but when you see these ads making them look all shiny, and supplement companies telling you it’s all smiles and beauty, you do have to wonder. Is it really like that?
We think the answer is a big fat, no. We think the UK isn’t as squeaky clean as you’ve been made to think.