Optimal Stack Overview
According to its official website, Optimal Stack is “The #1 Workout Supplement in the U.S.!” This statement, of course, is not backed up by any source or reference. As you’ll see, wild claims not backed up by any credible information is kind of a running theme with Optimal Stack Pre-Workout Energy & Focus Amplifier. Here’s what they say you’ll get:
- Superior Convenience
- Focus and Alertness
- Thermogenic Lift
- Extreme Pumps
- Sustained Energy and Alertness
They’ve also got some percentages thrown in there so you know how “official” this stuff is:
- Look up to 52% more ripped!
- Increase athletic endurance by up to 42%!
- Reduce after workout fatigue by up to 35%!
Notice all the “up to”s (up to 35%)? That way, when your fatigue is reduced by 1%, at least they didn’t lie.
Okay, if you can’t tell by now, let me fill you in on how we feel about Optimal Stack. It’s junk and it’s a scam. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s get on with the review.
Optimal Stack Ingredients
s you might have guessed, the Optimal Stack website does not list the ingredients on the website. We did, however, track down a little info on that subject from an interesting source. Within a response to a customer complaint about Optimal Stack’s shady business practices, corporate mentioned its “proprietary formula” which includes:
- Beta Alanine
This information is of course practically useless, since we know nothing about how much of any of these is in there. And if you recall the “up to 35%” statements from above, you may be more inclined to believe that the reason they’re not saying how much beta alanine is in Optimal Stack is because it’s a practically useless amount.
Optimal Stack Free Trial
Okay, if you’re not convinced yet that this stuff is just silly, let’s talk about the “free trial” offer. Here’s how it works. You order a month’s supply and pay only a nominal shipping fee. From that order date, you have 14 days to try Optimal Stack. If you like it, you do nothing, your credit card will be charged $89, and you’re automatically signed up to receive a new bottle each month for the ridiculous ongoing price of $89. If you don’t like it, you must call to cancel within 14 days of the day you ordered the stuff. Let’s say shipping takes 10 days, which is entirely possible. You’ve got 4 days to cancel if you don’t like the stuff. And from what we’ve read on the Ripoff Report, good luck canceling. Looks like lots of people are having lots of trouble getting the point across to customer service that they don’t want Optimal Stack anymore.
Where to Buy
Turns out the free trial offer is the only way to buy Optimal Stack. You can’t pay for a bottle up front even if you want to.
Benefits of Optimal Stack
Drawbacks of Optimal Stack
- Where do I start?
The Final Word
Stay away from Optimal Stack. It’s a scam. They’re not looking for serious athletes to buy their products. They’re looking for people they can fool into thinking that serious athletes take this stuff. Don’t be fooled.