Warning Muscle Rev Xtreme is next Scam? Read Muscle Rev Xtreme customer complains, side effects, ingredients, recommended dosage
Every man looks for a supplement like Muscle Rev Xtreme that offers numerous benefits in helping them improve their workouts and get results faster. Just sticking to a regular fitness routine is hard enough and results aren’t as fast as we would like them to be. I have seen many men strive for perfection and give up just as their body was getting used to the regular strenuous workouts because they just couldn’t see results fast enough. As a fitness instructor and weight lifter I know very well that a good supplement is essential for results, energy boost, and overall better workout. Unfortunately there are numerous supplements on the market today that offer the benefits but don’t deliver.
Since I train several very motivated guys I decided to do some research on some of the supplements on the market and see if there is anything worth recommending. Before I actually can recommend something though I do have to give it a shot myself first and with Muscle Rev Xtreme that’s exactly what I did. Here are my findings:
The Official Muscle Rev Extreme Website
The first step to my research takes me to the official website where I should be able to find all necessary information on the supplement and overall benefits and perhaps downfalls. I have visited more than enough of this type of websites to know more or less what to expect, and this one doesn’t fail me. Same structure and more or less same great words and images as all the other muscle building websites promoting a supplement out there. Still, I want to give it a shot and give it the benefit of the doubt and continue.
I initially found out about the supplement from a friend that had mentioned that it sounded great online. As I am keeping my ears peeled for good supplements I was on top of it immediately. The listed benefits by the official Muscle Rev Xtreme website are:
- Builds Muscle Mass
- Gain Strength
- Boost Power and Endurance
- Maximize Muscle Pumps
- Enhance Libido
- Arginine Boosting NO
- No Jitters or Caffeine
- NAD Nutrient Delivery
- Creatine Free
- No Sodium
- Easy Capsule Form
See, nothing new. I will discuss the second half of these benefits a little later as they do come in an interesting form comparing them to other supplements.
Further into the official website I find some interesting information about Nitric Oxide (NO) and how it is made within the body and how you can boost it with a supplement. Generally NO is formed naturally within the body in the endothelial cells which line your blood vessels. These vessels are all over your body and as you work out the NO is boosted. Another way to boost NO is through a combination of ingredients taken by mouth which help increase the NO in the body. They go on to list the ingredients in Muscle Rev Xtreme and how it can even help prevent or even reverse heart disease.
Claims like these seem interested especially without actual proof. I would have liked to see some trials of the supplement and the results. Some percents and some real information as to how quickly you will get results and when will you see actual lean muscle. Overall, the amount of information in the website is so limited that you basically get a repeat of the same thing over and over again until you get to the bottom.
One thing I did find interesting is the way they presented the second half of the benefits. Using an Industrial Comparison chart with some other supplements on the market with probably a similar website and similar benefits the website shows how Muscle Rev Xtreme is superior. Out of the three supplements compared I have heard of one and found one, the other I couldn’t dig up anywhere.
Ingredients of Muscle Rev Xtreme
Aside from including the ingredients in their NO explanation they do provide a Supplement Facts sheet which won me over. I generally do not trust any supplement if they are not open about what is in it. Seeing this did help me regain some trust in them however you never know as neither the website nor the actual supplement are regulated or tested by the FDA so they can basically write anything on the website just to hook you without any law protecting you.
Vitamin B9 – this is actually a generally safe ingredient in small amounts as it is folic acid. The maximum amount recommended is about 400 mcg daily so you can avoid side effects. Here is what worries me. In Muscle Rev Xtreme there is 600 mcg per serving. In the case you do take more than the recommended amount, which if you take this supplement you will be, there is an alarming list of side effects which will follow.
- Vitamin C and Calcium – I think we all know what they are and that there are no serious side effects if not taken in excess
- Tri-Phase NO2 –actually, I couldn’t find any information on this ingredient or whether there are any side effects, how it works, or if it’s even safe to take. Found several advertisement pages for other supplements that it was an ingredient of but nothing more.
- N.O. Super Molecule – unfortunately I was unable to find any information this ingredient either which is also rather alarming
- L-Taurine – no known side effects and relatively safe
- L-Norvaline – couldn’t find any substantial information on this ingredient either aside from basic promotional websites offering supplements with it as an ingredient.
For a while by offering a Supplement Facts image I was almost certain that there is a chance that this supplement could be it. At first glance the names of the ingredients seemed familiar but I couldn’t call to mind several of them. I have several trusted websites where I check ingredients on supplements and even medication to confirm their safety however, the fact that several of the ingredients could not be found anywhere is somewhat alarming. Either these aren’t the real names of the ingredients or perhaps they are not researched enough and promoted enough to actually have real information about them.
Under OTHER INGREDIENTS
- Gelatin Capsules
- Brown Rice Flour
- Silicon Dioxide
All look relatively safe and un-alarming until I reach the last one:
Magnesium Stearate – So, as it turns out this ingredient actually has some pretty bad rep. I have read about it in the past and have made it a point to try and avoid it, though it seems to be everywhere. It is considered very dangerous as an additive in supplements but there is just no way to control its use. It has been known that this one ingredient is the cause for many of the side effects experienced from otherwise safe supplements. This ingredient can trigger severe headaches, digestive problems, stomach cramps, blurriness, and much more. I highly recommend avoiding anything with this ingredient and if at some point you do experience side effects from a supplement you are taking check for it.
So, overall, my research of the ingredients has left me empty handed and still eager to try the supplement to see what it’s about. Unless I try it I cannot give the guys a real review.
Buying, Shipping, and Terms of Muscle Rev Xtreme
This is where it got interested I must say. I went back to the top of the official website and decided to put in my order. After all it says I get a Free Trial and regardless how long it is I can at least test to see if my energy is boosted and if I experience side effects. Should be more than enough time to get some real feedback before I cancel. So I add my information and am directed to the next page. Here is am provided with information about the price of the product which is at a nice round zero and slightly below I get further discount on the shipping to the point where it’s at the low price of $5.90 which is pretty acceptable. I then get ready to add my billing information and remember an experience I had in the past.
This immediately made me stop in my tracks as I had previously ordered a similar supplement not too long ago and was still dealing with working out some billing issues. So I decided to check their Terms & Conditions and realized once I started scrolling even further down that there is a small text almost completely out of the page which you actually have to go search for or else you will never notice it. Here they discuss that by purchasing this product you automatically agree to their Terms & Conditions (something I am used to seeing when I add my billing information and have to actually check off that I’ve read the Terms). Perhaps it’s nicely hidden away because the terms contain something I don’t want to see? I don’t know but continue reading and find out that this $5.90 for shipping is for a 14 day trial which begins the day I order not receive my package. This means I will most likely have only 10 days to try Muscle Rev Xtreme. Still, better than nothing and continue reading. If I don’t call them and cancel within the Trial period I will be charged $84.63 and 45 days later I will be automatically enrolled in their monthly auto ship program which means I will get another 30 day supply and be charged the discount price of $89.74 plus free shipping.
Now, let me tell you something. I am fighting a similar program right now and all I can say is run, run fast! The business of these companies is not to offer quality supplements and genuinely help you but to swindle you into clicking and ordering without reading the Terms & Conditions, which you automatically agree to. Nowhere else aside from there and at the very bottom of the purchase page will you find out how long your trial is for and the consequences of not cancelling in time and no prices are listed anywhere on the website or even this page, of course, except for the tiny letters below.
Did I Buy Muscle Rev Xtreme?
I apologized to the guys at the gym as I felt that I have failed them. I decided against order the supplement because it seemed too much of a SCAM with their mysterious ingredients and scary membership program. As no supplements are regulated by the FDA the companies that sell them do as they wish. There is no guarantee that the ingredients are safe and pure, especially those mysterious ones, and no guarantee that they won’t take my money and run. Though perhaps the supplement may be effective, I rather not risk my health and a whole lot of money.
I personally would never order this supplement, at least not unless you just buy the bottle and that’s it, no membership programs and no trials. I prefer to pay upfront than not know when a charge will hit me. I cannot possibly recommend Muscle Rev Xtreme to any of the guys I train either because knowing the effects of supplements on the body and also the numerous dangers of taking unknown ingredients and supplements I simply cannot trust the results. If I am to offer a product and recommend one it certainly would not be something that I have not tried myself, and I admit I was too scared to give this a shot. Perhaps one day when I clear up my problems with the other membership program I will reconsider taking another risk. In the meantime, I do think that Muscle Rev Xtreme may be a decent supplement that helps however their official website is a scam that is out to get every penny of men looking for results.