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Arnold Schwarzenegger Series Iron Mass brought into question in Muscle Pharm lawsuit

Arnold Schwarzenegger Series Iron Mass brought into question in Muscle Pharm lawsuit

As exciting as Muscle Pharm’s Hardcore Series is, with three new supplements due to be released, Diesel, Gainz and Wreckage. Some bad news has surfaced, which some might say they say coming. Long time followers may have seen Muscle Pharm’s interesting amino spiking test results posted mid last year, a 14 page report that did cause a bit of confusion. In an attempt to clear things up we released an update confirming that in no way were we certifying the brand’s Iron Whey, the supplement the tests were performed on, and that the amino acid not tested for in the report made things extremely suspicious. Roughly six months later the topic of amino spiking and Muscle Pharm has been brought back into conversation, due to a class action lawsuit against the Athlete’s Company. The catch this time around is that the product in question isn’t Iron Whey, it is the Arnold Schwarzenegger Series gainer Iron Mass. The biggest cause for concern is of course the protein count, which is allegedly 19.4g. For a full report on the drama head on over to PricePlow, who have a nice post going into as much detail as you need about the lawsuit.

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