Every time I surf the internet to search for products to buy and review, I stumble upon offers like this muscle rev x 14 day “free” trial and they always get my attention because of the cheesy graphics and flashy pill bottles.
Let’s see if muscle rev xtreme gets up to the claims he does and if you should really invest in a solution like this.
Well, firstly, I want to do a quick examination of this product and their claims after which I will go straight into the transparent facts about each of the ingredients to see if this formula really stands up.
Let’s examine the product claims:
From this picture, I want to say that this product promises the dream that we all are searching: losing fat while gaining muscle and strength along with energy.
Sounds too good to be true?
Well, let’s go on and see what’s up with muscle rev x.
This statement from their official page says that this product is clinically proven to boost everything under the sun no matter your age.
True or false?
The transparent answer is: FALSE!
I couldn’t really find a research study done with this product that stated their claims as being true but nonetheless, I am usually accustomed to claims like these when it comes to a product that should do all these wonderful things for your life.
Another claim that I find truly exaggerate is the one in which “muscle rev xtreme will “help” you shed all your fat quick and easily” -> while this statement is grossly exaggerated, it’s been demonstrated ages ago that the main reason why we lose fat is calories and not some bogus product.
A product can’t work if you don’t make sure you are in a caloric deficit!
You can take this product and gorge with food and you won’t lose an ounce of fat but most likely you will put some on your frame.
Yeah, interesting.. let’s continue by examining each of the ingredients inside:
L-Arginine – as I previously examined this compound on my lean muscle formula review, it’s been demonstrated that this amino acid doesn’t do jack for your muscle mass and in order to get the “pump” you should ingest big quantities of this.
Acai Berry – the taste is great for this ingredient, good as an antioxidant but no research studies that found any tangible health benefits in humans – we don’t care about rats, you are NOT a rat.
Beta Alanine – while this amino acid doesn’t have any negative effects on your body, there’s no long term research done or that found this amino acid to help you “build muscle” or “lose fat”. It’s just an amino acid so it couldn’t really cause any real problems.
Some people report they have better recovery (worse than taking creatine) but some people report no effects. At worst, you can use it and don’t observe any effects – it seems to depend on how you respond to it.
Zinc – zinc is required for optimal sports performance and various processes important for everyone
Creatine Citrate – it is not special in any way, creatine monohydrate is still the best form of creatine available when speaking of absorption, positive effects
Green Tea – just another antioxidant, good health benefits
Basically, this product is just another “pump” and “recovery” product that is way overpriced and you can reach the same benefits by taking some creatine monohydrate (the cheapest one you can find and it’s just a few bucks for months of usage), plus some coffee.
The zinc is pretty genuine but aside that, I wouldn’t really pay the price for it after that 14 days trial.
Muscle Rev Xtreme – Final Conclusion
If you ask me if it works, the answer is simple: this supplement doesn’t work because of its “incredible formula”, it works because of its creatine content and a small push maybe because of additional beta alanine but that’s all my friends.
Don’t waste your time and pocket on this.
If I were in your place, I would just get a good protein powder and some creatine.