Ha ha, not quite.You'll probably see that Herbalife and Banting go together , and Balance bracelets and skid plates with sliders on them
please. a proper accurate scale, a tape measure and a caliper will give you a far better understanding of the shape of your body than that overpriced bathroom scale. Caliper testing can also be inaccurate if not done by someone who knows what they doing. But a registered bio has more cred than a supplement salesman.Ha ha, not quite.
I use what I am able to afford(personal limitations not their pricing) and I really enjoy their range. Some good stuff and it works well, however it is not a flippen replacement to carry on downing beer like everyone would like to believe. I will use this over the typical gym supplement shit sold at dischem any day.
DangerDave, I will believe the scale rather than that stupid caliper crap to be honest. The scale gives you body composition, so when you do jump on a scale and gain weight, you dont scheme, oh shit gained weight let's eat less. You know what you have gained and what you have lost. Maybe it was not explained to you properly?
Either way, yes good stuff.
jeez and i thought it was all about selling dagga in various formatsI thought herbalife was a glorified pyramid scheme.
I certainly steer well effing clear of it when it comes to shares although I have been advised I am being too cautious. IMO, if it walks like a pyramid scheme, clucks like a pyramid scheme then you are likely to get forked like its a pyramid scheme.
I agree 100%, you also cannot compare one method of measurement to another.please. a proper accurate scale, a tape measure and a caliper will give you a far better understanding of the shape of your body than that overpriced bathroom scale. Caliper testing can also be inaccurate if not done by someone who knows what they doing. But a registered bio has more cred than a supplement salesman.
The people who did the body comp analysis on me had me stand on the scale in socks when the scale uses alectric current, (put your heartrate monitor over your shirt and tell me how well it works). I had also walked in from the rain and had wet hair and shirt which also helps when testing electric resistivity. But they said 'no it doesn't matter'. They didn't ask how much fluid I drank(also changes resistivity) or when I had last trained.
I have performed resistivity studies on the ground and yes the theory is good and can work accurately, but there are a lot of factors to consider. Which they didn't.
Like I said, some of the products are good, like the cr7 and some of the other sports drinks and recovery shakes and I am not mocking that, but some products are questionable and their sales and marketing I don't agree with at all.