So, you’ve been trying to build muscle naturally for years — but with little progress.
You want to get ripped, but you don’t want to take steroids…then out of nowhere you hear about ‘Crazy Bulk‘ — a company that sells legal steroid alternatives, claiming to produce the same results as anabolic steroids; but without the side effects.
Have you just stumbled on the holy grail of bodybuilding supplements?
Or, are you about to get scammed by a low-life, snake-oil salesman?
So, your next move is to do some research — so you type in ‘Crazy Bulk review‘ into Google to read countless of (seemingly) fake reviews, from people that haven’t actually tried the products themselves.
In fact, these Crazy Bulk reviews actually sound like sales pitches; potentially written by someone who works for the company.
Disappointed with your findings, you land on this review (which is different from the rest).
We’re about to cut through the BS, so you know whether it’s a good idea to order from Crazy Bulk…whilst exposing the marketing hype and lies around this brand.
- 1 What is Crazy Bulk?
- 2 3 Types of Crazy Bulk Reviews
- 3 1. Untrustworthy Crazy Bulk Reviews
- 4 2. Fake Crazy Bulk Reviews
- 5 3. Real Crazy Bulk Reviews
- 6 Does Crazy Bulk Work?
- 7 FAQs
- 8 Which Crazy Bulk Supplements Are Best For Me?
- 9 Do You Need to Run a PCT After?
- 10 Can Crazy Bulk Cause Gynecomastia?
- 11 Will I Pass a Drugs Test?
- 12 Do Crazy Bulk Offer a Money Back Guarantee?
- 13 Can I Take Crazy Bulk’s Supplements For More Than 8 Weeks?
- 14 Crazy Bulk Coupon Code
- 15 Summary
What is Crazy Bulk?
Firstly, there’s some confusion as to what Crazy Bulk’s products actually are.
They’ve sometimes marketed their supplements as ‘legal steroids‘, resulting in some people thinking they’re buying real steroids (legally).
However, a more accurate description of these products are — steroid alternatives.
In short, these are products formulated to emulate the anabolic effects of steroids (they aren’t real steroids).
This is why they’re legal to buy online and FDA approved.
Note: Anabolic steroids are 100% illegal (in almost every country in the world). Thus, there’s no such thing as ‘legal steroids’.
What adds to the confusion is Crazy Bulk putting the real steroid name in brackets after their products, thus some customers may think they’re buying dianabol; when actually they’re getting D-Bal (a steroid alternative).
You’ll notice all of Crazy Bulk’s supplement names have similar names to real steroids, such as trenorol (instead of trenbolone) and anvarol (for anavar).
Now it’s time to expose some of the gimmicky marketing surrounding these products.
3 Types of Crazy Bulk Reviews
- Untrustworthy reviews
- Fake reviews
- Real reviews
1. Untrustworthy Crazy Bulk Reviews
Do you want to know why 99% of Crazy Bulk reviews read like sales pitches?
Because that’s exactly what they are.
Crazy Bulk has their own affiliate program, meaning they pay marketers a commission to promote their products.
Thus, if you have a website you can join their affiliate program, quickly write a review and add some links to the Crazy Bulk website.
Then if someone lands on your website, clicks through to Crazy Bulk and makes an order– the blogger gets a whopping 40% commission.
That’s why finding an honest Crazy Bulk review is like looking for a needle in a haystack.
These biased reviews are easy to spot, because they’ll use affiliate links in the article.
To spot these, simply hover over any links in the review — so you can see where the URL is pointing to.
On some websites, they will use undisguised affiliate links (as shown below).
Instead of saying crazybulk.com — it is an affiliate link. MoreNiche is the affiliate company that works with Crazy Bulk, thus are responsible for the tracking.
However, more sophisticated affiliates will use a redirect to Crazy Bulk (hiding the affiliate link). Thus, when you hover the mouse over the link, it’ll look like the following:
They do this to stop people from thinking it’s an affiliate link.
However, once you land on the Crazy Bulk website, ‘moreniche’ and ‘affiliate’ will be visible in the URL (example below) — giving them away.
However, a few Crazy Bulk affiliates will actually disclose their relationship, saying they’ll be compensated if you make a purchase. However, for a fear of making less sales, many do not follow this practice.
Note: There are no affiliate links used in this review; we only use normal/standard links that go directly to the Crazy Bulk website.
3rd Party Reviews
On the Crazy Bulk website, they have hundreds of verified reviews from customers, collected by the company — Feefo.
They have a high 4.4/5 rating, which appears to be legit until you read the comments.
Seemingly they are from real customers, but based on their feedback; they’ve submitted these reviews before trying the supplements.
Thus, their comments are mainly referring to the customer service and buying process; rather than whether the supplements actually worked. They’re submitting feedback whilst in the ‘honeymoon phase’, excited for their gains (which may explain the high rating).
Here’s an example of a typical comment:
There are other websites which aim to collect reviews from Crazy Bulk customers.
However, unlike Feefo, there is no verification that the person submitting the review actually purchased the supplements.
This leaves a window of opportunity for competitors to submit negative feedback. Thus, these reviews cannot be trusted either.
Fake comments from competitors?
Also reviews submitted on the official Crazy Bulk website cannot be 100% trusted, as some supplement companies may pay people for before/after transformations (faking results).
2. Fake Crazy Bulk Reviews
These are reviews that blatantly lie — either about the product claims or by posting fake pictures.
For example, a few websites even have ME as their before and after photo. They’ve literally taken my transformation and posted it on their website as an opportunity to try and increase their sales.
See below, these are screenshots after typing in ‘Crazy Bulk before and after‘ into Google images.
Hey, it’s me! But these aren’t my websites (fake reviews)
Pro Bodybuilders promote Crazy Bulk? Not So Fast.
There’s also reviews that hype up Crazy Bulk and stick pictures of famous bodybuilders next to their products — to make it seem like a recommendation from the athlete (see below).
These websites also typically plaster ads throughout their review, thus anyone with a brain can sniff the lack of authenticity a mile away.
3. Real Crazy Bulk Reviews
After hours of diligent research, we’ve found several honest Crazy Bulk reviews from real customers — which you can read below.
We made it our mission to stalk every Crazy Bulk customer on social media, who used the hashtags #crazybulk, or #dbal (a product name), to see what they really think about this company.
None of these people were sponsored athletes or trying to direct people to the Crazy Bulk website with affiliate links. Those that did this were ignored.
The response was actually very positive.
Does Crazy Bulk Work?
From the positive reviews we found on social media (above), there is evidence that Crazy Bulk’s products work.
100% of the reviews we found were positive.
There’s a chance people are more likely to hashtag Crazy Bulk if they’re a fan of the products (rather than a hater).
Nonetheless, these customers have experienced increased strength, muscle gains and fat loss. Whether this is a placebo effect or not — they are happy with their purchase.
It’s also worth noting that no one responds to supplements (or even steroids) the same.
For example, I respond incredibly well to a testosterone booster called tribulus terrestris (which is one of the ingredients in D-Bal, Decaduro and Anadrole).
I gained around 15lbs of lean muscle in the first month I tried this herb and it felt to me like I was taking steroids.
However, my brother took it and noticed no difference; thus, taking supplements can be trial and error. If I had listened to other people who didn’t experience any results on tribulus terrestris and I didn’t buy it — I would be noticeably smaller than I am now.
Which Crazy Bulk Supplements Are Best For Me?
The best Crazy Bulk products for you — will depend on your goals.
For example, if you want to burn fat and build muscle at the same time — trenorol, testo-max, anvarol and winsol would be the best choices.
However, if you’d like to gain as much muscle and strength as possible — anadrole, d-bal and testo-max are ideal.
And if fat loss is solely your main goal — clenbutrol, anvarol and winsol are recommended.
For maximum results, users can take advantage of Crazy Bulk’s stacks (which also work out cheaper).
The two main stacks are:
- Bulking stack — D-bal, testo-max, trenorol and decaduro.
- Cutting stack — Anvarol, clenbutrol, winsol and testo-max.
Generally stacks will give better results due to more steroid alternatives being utilized at the same time.
Some people are uncomfortable running several anabolic steroids simultaneously, due to more severe side effects.
However, because Crazy Bulk’s products are safe — you can stack several of their supplements together without jeopardizing your health.
Do You Need to Run a PCT After?
A PCT stands for post cycle therapy. Steroid-users will often run a PCT to help their testosterone levels recover post-cycle, whilst retaining the muscle and strength they gained during a cycle.
A PCT is not required when taking Crazy Bulk, because their supplements do not decrease endogenous testosterone production. Thus, once you stop taking them, you won’t crash and feel crappy afterwards (like many do from steroids).
Can Crazy Bulk Cause Gynecomastia?
No — there is virtually zero chance of developing gyno or man boobs, from taking their supplements.
This is because estrogen (the female sex hormone) levels won’t rise as high vs taking steroids. Anabolic steroids convert significant amounts of testosterone into estrogen, in a bid to regulate the bodies hormonal profile; however because Crazy Bulk only use natural ingredients, hormones stay within a normal range.
It’s likely that users will experience zero side effects altogether from Crazy Bulk, as their products are made up of 100% natural ingredients. Although extremely sensitive people can have adverse reactions to natural substances, the adverse effects compared to steroids are incomparable.
Anabolic steroids have the potential to cause liver or heart failure when used for too long, whereas Crazy Bulk is FDA approved and safe (even when used long-term). Thus, liver enzymes will not rise — nor blood pressure.
Will I Pass a Drugs Test?
Yes — Crazy Bulk’s products only use FDA approved ingredients (none of them are banned substances).
So, whether you’re an athlete or in the army; you won’t get flagged in a drugs test.
Do Crazy Bulk Offer a Money Back Guarantee?
Crazy Bulk offer a 100% refund (minus the shipping costs) to all customers who return unopened packages within 14 days of the order date.
Thus, if you wanted to find out if Crazy Bulk works or not (by using the products), then later asking for a refund — this won’t work.
Due to Crazy Bulk’s manufacturing costs they aren’t able to offer refunds for opened bottles, as too many people would take advantage of this offer (even if the product did work) — and thus Crazy Bulk would lose money — and probably go out of business.
Can I Take Crazy Bulk’s Supplements For More Than 8 Weeks?
Crazy Bulk have sample cycles on their site, which last for 8 weeks. This is similar to real steroid cycles, which don’t last long to minimize damage to the liver and the heart.
However, because Crazy Bulk contains safe ingredients, there’s no need to cut your cycle off at 8 weeks.
If you wanted, you could continue taking Crazy Bulk for several months continuously (without developing any issues).
However, the longer you take any substance for, the more your body will adapt to it building up a tolerance.
Thus, if you wanted to keep making gains in the long term, you could take it for 8 weeks, followed by 8 weeks off (and then repeat).
Crazy Bulk Coupon Code
Crazy Bulk do not allow other websites to display coupon codes.
However, they do have coupon codes available directly on their website.
A code will usually pop up at the bottom of the screen. For example, right now you can receive 20% off by using the code SALE20.
If a code doesn’t appear instantly when you land on their website, simply open the livechat and ask for a coupon; and one of their support team is likely to help you out.
Many Crazy Bulk reviews simply cannot be trusted, due to so many affiliate marketers trying to make commissions and competitors potentially trying to discredit Crazy Bulk.
However, from the genuine reviews we found on social media — customers seem to be happy with the results from their products. This is no mean feat considering these supplements are trying to produce similar gains to anabolic steroids.
Feefo reviews also confirm that Crazy Bulk is not a scammy website, with them having a smooth buying process and a responsive customer support team.
Crazy Bulk also have many methods of contact (email, phone, whatsapp and physical address) and are active on social media with strong followings; which are all positive signals of a successful brand.
Note: If you’re interested in purchasing Crazy Bulk’s products, only do so from the official website — CrazyBulk.com.