ContentsWhat is it
Where to Buy
Free Trial Scam
My Personal Results
I recently had one of my visitors email me about a supplement called BioMuscle XR, and I have to be honest up until this point I never heard of it.
Apparently it’s being heavily advertised on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and others, and is being touted as a “revolutionary breakthrough in workout science”.
But what the h#!! is this product and what makes it so great?
Well we set out to clear up some misconceptions about what it is, what it does, and there were a few eye opening moments in our research.
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What is BioMuscle XR?
According to the products very own official site, BioMuscle XR is a “Muscle Growth Accelerator” designed to help promote lean muscle growth, reduce body fat, and amplify raw power and strength.It apparently does this through a blend of all natural ingredients which include 3 types of L-Arginine, L-Citrulline, and Dipotassium Posphate.
The ingredient most likely to be the primary one is L-Arginine, which is an amino acid that helps promote vasodilation through nitric oxide production. Vasodilation causes the smooth muscle tissues surrounding the cell walls to relax, which allows for increased blood flow.The theory is that with increased blood flow, nutrients and vitamins are delivered to muscles more efficiently, which could potentially lead to increase muscle growth.
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There’s nothing revolutionary about the addition of L-Arginine to this supplement…you can find that very same ingredient in HUNDREDS of other supplements, ranging from Testosterone Boosters to fat burners.
The official site states that their product has been seen on several major media outlets, including CBS News, ESPN, MSNBC, CNN, and Men’s Health. But when we searched through those sites I could not find ANY mention of BioMuscle XR. My guess is that perhaps it has been ADVERTISED on those media sites, but not necessarily featured in an editorial piece.
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What Do The Reviews Have To Say?
The site is full of rave reviews from supposedly satisfied customers, showing what look like to me as clearly photo-shopped before and after photo’s.
I tried searching around for credible reviews and testimonials on third party sites, including Bodybuilding.com, Yahoo Answers, Reddit, and some other forums, but unfortunately came up short. Even the supposed “reviews” on Youtube are clearly nothing more then a ridiculously bad attempt to advertise the product. Check em’ out below to see what I’m talking about:
There was one somewhat “legit” review that I did come across on Youtube, it was this one:
Now, I put legit in quotes above because i see a couple of flaws in this video. The first is that the video was uploaded not by some individual (like it appears), but literally the name of the channel is “BioMuscle XR Review”.
If this were a legit review, wouldn’t it have been uploaded by like some random guys account? Who would name their channel this? The answer is probably someone with a financial connection to them.
Also, the fact that it doesn’t have very many likes (and a whole lot of dislikes) seems to me that most people are smelling the B.S.
Also, if you watch the video, it just blatantly sounds scripted. It sounds like an ad, period. He seems like a paid endorser. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen this guy selling his services on Fiverr.com in the past.
And it turns out, that’s EXACTLY the case here. As you’ll see in the screenshot below, this apparently real review of BioMuscle XR is actually a paid actor!!
If you’ve never heard of Fiverr, it’s basically a site where people sell their services (including Testimonials and Reviews by Actors) in exchange for $5.
There’s literally DOZENS of other companies I’ve caught hiring paid actors to post a review on Youtube in the past, and this one definitely seems like one of them.
Lastly, if you look at the comments in his review, they don’t paint a very pretty picture.
I’m gonna talk a little bit about what these guys are talking about down below, but I just wanted to give you a quick heads up.
Where To Buy BioMuscle XR
From what I can tell, the only place you can buy BioMuscle XR is on their official website, www.biomusclexroffer.com. They offer a free 30-day sample, all you have to do is pay for shipping, which is only $5.95. However, there is a HUGE downside to this that is cleverly hidden in their terms and conditions. More on this in a little bit.
I checked out a few of the local nutrition stores near my house, including GNC, Walmart, Vitamin Shoppe, CVS, Walgreens, and others, and NONE of them sell BioMuscle XR (not a huge deal, GNC sells plenty of other pre workout supplements). Additionally, it doesn’t look like you can buy it outright, meaning the only way to get it is to sign up for their free trial.
Beware of Their Free Trial Scam!
So anyways, back to their free trial. Remember when I said you could get a free 30-day sample simply by paying $5.95 for shipping? Well, there is something you probably missed, check it out below:
That’s right…if you order it and pay the $5.95, they will AUTOMATICALLY start billing you after 14 days a WHOPPING $89.73 unless you cancel. What’s even worse is they will continue to bill you $89.73 every month, continually, unless you call to cancel.
I actually wrote a big article about free trials and how they end up scamming you, check it out here.
Most guys completely overlook this when they’re ordering, and don’t put 2 and 2 together when they start receiving more bottles of BioMuscle XR. It’s not until you check your bank statement or checking account that you see the repeated charges.
Just to be clear, if you’re reading this now and you’ve already been billed, you’re likely out of luck. No matter how much you beg, plead, curse at, or flirt with, they will NOT issue you a refund…It sucks, but it’s the truth. However, if you’re reading this and you haven’t been charged yet, you have a couple of options.
Option #1, you can call them and cancel your order right away. If you’re still within the 14 day trial period, you can call them up and tell them that you want to cancel your autoshipment right away. They will do EVERYTHING under the sun to try and keep you on as customer, including offering an extended period of time to try the product, a discount, and more.
The choice is completely yours, and BioMuscle XR may indeed really “work”, but at a cost of close to $90, there’s a hefty price to pay.
Option #2, if you have been charged and you don’t want the product anymore, then you still NEED to cancel. Here’s the contact info for anyone looking for it:
Toll Free: 866-356-7277
We are open 24 hours a day/7 days a week
My Personal Results
I actually ended up getting the BioMuscle XR Free Trial, as well as their Biotestosterone XR.
The directions on the label state that the dosage is 2 capsules every day, 30 – 45 minutes prior to your workout.
You can also use it on your non-training days.
I have to admit, I barely felt anything with Biomuscle XR.
If anything, I would say maybe my energy increased a little bit, but nothing to the extent that they were claiming. One other thing I noticed was that my blood pressure had dropped WAY below what it normally is.
I would say with 99% confidence that this was a direct result of the L-Arginine they put in the stuff.
It wasn’t so low that I needed to call a doctor or anything, but I would say it was about 10 points below normal.
I called and actually told them about this, and they cancelled both of my orders immediately.
I didn’t even have to send it back, which was very nice of them.
We see these free trial scams all the time, and it has cost thousands of guys MILLIONS of dollars over the years. Does BioMuscle XR really work? Maybe. But, if it was so damn effective then why do they need to “hide” their billing practices in the fine print?
Does it work? Maybe for some, but it didn’t for me.
My recommendation?? Save your money. If this was legit, you’d be hearing about it non-stop on all of the major bodybuilding forums.
There’s more effective products out there that cost less, are likely more effective, and don’t sucker you into a impossible to cancel free trial.
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Not for me
Made me constipated. Then they told me that what they sent me isn't free!!!???
128 out of 134 people found this review helpful.
It's crap, made my stomach upset, nerves on edge, and I became irritable. It has to be crap, since I ended up with a double order for the cost of s/h; $5LEANdot95.
I cancelled within 3 days of ordering because I was told about this scam.
84 out of 86 people found this review helpful.
1 star is being generous, the product sucks and the offer is a scam. Beware, stay away, better results with dog shit and training harder.
49 out of 51 people found this review helpful.
Bio muscle xr
I haven't tried too many products,but I can tell u that after trying the bio muscle xr IT definitely did have benefits.
I gained about 8 solid pounds of muscle in the first month,seeming to plateau after about 3 weeks.
I felt more energetic as well as noticed muscle growing faster than without the supplement.I will be trying different supplements such as mutant mass as my next choice but I wouldn't say bio muscle is a scam.
I cancelled my subscription to it instantly after ordering the free trial and had to pay 40$ to keep the free trial which I did (so it's not really free).
But all in all I am happy with the results and look forward to trying other supplements,depending my liking to others I try I still would keep bio muscle in mind.
27 out of 34 people found this review helpful.
Spike greeno's Review
The product is not very good at all, no real positive results. The company resorts to sneaky, deceitful practices to con you into signing up.
19 out of 19 people found this review helpful.
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User Questions and Answers
I received a trial bottle for just the shipping do I have to cancel it to keep from getting charged for more I do not like it -Donald
Yes you do. If you don't cancel within 14 days of the original order date, you'll be charged $89.73 every month until you contact them and cancel.- Rob
34 out of 35 people found this question helpful.
I wish ti cancel the Bio Muscle XR and the Bio Testosterone XR. Today makes eleven days since I first purchased it. I would also appreciate it if you would refund th $177.35 that you dunned my credit prior to the 14 day trial. thank You -russell
SupplementCritique.com is a review website. You'll need to contact BioMuscle XR directly to cancel your free trial. The number I found at their website is 1-866-356-7277.- Rob
34 out of 37 people found this question helpful.
I want to know at what age does this product woks best. I am 77 and want to know should I take it. Also has it appoved (safe for any age)? Also whay side effects should a person of my age expect? -Pete
I wouldn't recommend it for anyone at any age. It's one of those free trial scams we're always talking about. If you're looking to get stronger with increased lean muscle mass, go with a stack of Testofuel as a natural testosterone booster and Nitrocut as your non-stimulant pre workout. They are both safe as long as you're healthy, but check with your doctor if you're concerned or if you take any medications.- Rob
30 out of 35 people found this question helpful.
Quel est la posologie et a quel moment on doit les prendre ?merci -Guy
Vous aurez à lire les instructions de la bouteille. Je ne ai pas sous la main.- Rob
8 out of 9 people found this question helpful.
is there an increased likelihood of prostate cancer with this product what if you have had prostate cancer in the past -Laury
There's no known connection to prostate cancer, but if you have a concern, you should talk to your doctor to be sure.- Rob
7 out of 9 people found this question helpful.