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We get a lot of requests to look into body building supplements. Some turn out to be the next greatest find. Some turn out to be… well… not. I was recently asked about Muscle Rev X (also known as Muscle Rev Xtreme), so I dutifully began my quest to find out if this muscle builder has what it takes to help our readers achieve the results they want.
The first thing I wanted to know is what Muscle Rev X promises to do. That information is not at all hard to find. When you take Muscle Rev X, especially when combined with Alpha Fuel XT, you can expect that it will:
- Burn all your unwanted fat fast.
- Give you energy to work out longer and harder.
- Supply oxygen and nutrients to your muscles so they grow bigger fast.
- Make you stronger than you’ve ever been.
This all sounds fantastic, right? So let’s move on to finding out what goes into this amazing stuff.
This information was a little less readily available. The websites I found talk a lot about Nitric Oxide and L-Arginine, but they are mostly pretty vague. I didn’t get a full ingredient list, but I was able to track down some of the components. As far as I can tell, the Muscle Rev X formula includes:
- L-Citrulline which is an amino acid that converts to L-Arginine, which then converts to nitric oxide. Nitric oxide increases blood flow to your muscles during workouts, so they get the nutrients and oxygen they need.
- L-Norvaline which prevents L-Arginine from being broken down by a particular enzyme, leaving it free to convert to nitric oxide.
- Coenzyme Q-10 which can increase muscle energy.
The website also talk about a full compliment of vitamins and nutrients, but none specify just what these might be.
Fake Ads and Ronda Rousey
I had one of my visitors post the following after coming across an ad for Muscle Rev and Rev Test:
“I came across what I believed to be an article from ESPN.com.
The subject of the article was UFC Fighter Ronda Rousey accused of taking HGH.
The first thing that I immediately noticed was the writer kept referring to Rousey as “He, Him”, and as most of the sports world knows, Rousey is most definitely a woman.
As I read on it became perfectly clear that it was a fake story and nothing more than a Horribly done advertisement for a couple of supplements!
At this point I honestly feel almost numb and jaded to such tactics as they are all too commonplace and do very little to actually be convincing or even creative in what they are trying to sell you on, or scam you on, more like it.
The page looked official.
It looked exactly like an ESPN.com Web page, with one exception.
All of the sports links at the top of the page took me to a website promoting the supplements! Don’t get fooled by this SCAM!
Here is a link to the “FAKE” ESPN article!
Just remember, all of the claims the article made that I researched were 100% False!
Even the writer of the article, Ryan Hasman, doesn’t work for or contribute in any way to ESPN!
Always use a discerning eye when you come across a “celebrity endorsement” or quote related to a product that it does not seem like they would really be throwing their name behind and staking their reputation on.
It’s pretty clear if you look at the page he’s referring to, that its a complete scam. I’ve seen this scam MANY times in the past.
What I found the most interesting when researching this ingredient is that most of the common uses were for anything but increasing athletic performance.
A large majority of the reviews online were from people that had health issues ranging from poor circulation to erectile dysfunction and trying to lose weight.
While some of the information claimed positive results I saw very few that related directly to increasing muscle and athletic performance.
You can see some of the reviews on Webmd.com. Based on the information I read and the reviews presented on sites that were not trying to sell a product, I would question how effective this ingredient really is.
On a final note, if you would to review a study about the effectiveness of L-Citrulline you can see it at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov although if you are not a doctor it will be difficult to comprehend.
It was difficult to find any solid information on this particular ingredient in Muscle Rev X from established medical sites.
Webmd.com had zero search results as did many other established authority medical sites.
However, based on information from several supplement websites and Wikipedia.com it would appear that L-Norvaline has been linked to tissue regeneration as well as assisting with muscle growth.
As far as I could tell there have been no official human medical studies since 2009 so it is hard to say for certain what the benefits are and if there are significant side effects.
Coenzyme Q-10 had significantly more information than Norvaline or Citrulline but again I was not able to find medically proven evidence of results.
There were various reports of positive experiences but I also noticed a few reports that concerned me. Webmd.com reports there has been research which establishes insomnia and elevated liver enzymes are linked to cases where Coenzyme Q-10 was taken in doses larger than 100mg and 300mg a day respectively.
It is difficult to find solid medical information about the positive results of the ingredients mentioned above.
This also means there is limited information about what the potential side effects might be.
If you take the time to visit some of the links provided then you will see there have been some side effects reported by users of these ingredients, and in particular Muscle Rev X.
Some of the side effects may be mild but keep in mind mild side effects for one person and can be severe and life threatening for another.
You should always discuss your situation with your doctor before taking any vitamin or supplement.
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Where to Buy
Purchasing Muscle Rev X can only be done by signing up for a “free” 14 day trial. If you’ve read some of our other reviews, you know the drill. You order a month’s supply and pay only the shipping costs up front. If you like it, do nothing and they’ll charge you (usually around $80) for the trial bottle, and sign you up to receive and pay for a new bottle each month from now until eternity (or until you cancel – whichever comes first). But this arrangement is hidden in the fine print, and lots of guys are taken by surprise when they start seeing strange charges on their credit card bill.
But here’s the thing. I don’t think you can even sign up for the Muscle Rev X trial anymore.A whole bunch of websites promote Muscle Rev X, but when you try to link to the site to actually order, you get rerouted to a different product.
I checked with my local retailers like GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, and Walmart, and none of them have ever heard of this pre workout supplement.
Muscle Rev X Pros and Cons
Advantages of Muscle Rev X
- Absolutely nothing.
Disadvantages of Muscle Rev X
- They don’t reveal the formula.
- There is no way to contact the company.
- Muscle Rev X was only available by signing up for a long term contract.
- It appears to be off the market at this time.
Muscle Rev Xis off the market, but its advertising leads you to the chance to purchase a different product. If this doesn’t prove that these products only offered through these free trial schemes are shady, interchangeable, and not worth your time, I don’t know what will.
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This crap sucks!!! I came across it on fb.. It was free jst pay for shipping.. After I found out it was a scam I called the so called company and cancel the account.. They gave me a choice to return the product or pay a 65% discount and keep it.. I said hell NO I will return them an they said to keep them with no charge because they can’t resale them because they had been open..
71 out of 74 people found this review helpful.
total scam!! product didn't work!! got charged even after I cancelled account!!! BE WARNED DO NOT USE!!! TREE TRIAL IS NOT A FREE TRIAL!!!!
47 out of 47 people found this review helpful.
Anthony l's Review
Regardless of whether the stuff works or not, the fact that they automatically ship more and charge you automatically is thievery. If you don't check you credit card daily, stuff like this happens. I cancelled mine without charge because I DO check daily. Scam, through and through.
43 out of 45 people found this review helpful.
I was recently on Facebook and saw an advertisement for a sample not knowing that they was going to charge my card the full price for this product that I would never pay money for. Not only was the customer service was not clear, but she was also very rude????
29 out of 30 people found this review helpful.
I bought this product and am currently using it with trig x2. i don't think that they are doing anything. Could you recommend a supplement that has the same promises of rev x that actually works?
22 out of 22 people found this review helpful.
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How do you cancel your card to the company? -Austin
You can call them and tell them you want to cancel your subscription. Or you can call your credit card company and tell them you don't want to accept any charges from this company. They may even offer to call the company with you to take care of the cancellation.- Rob
8 out of 11 people found this question helpful.
how can I send the revlabs box back, my doctor put me on blood thinner & told me not to used your musclerev xtreme product,what your phone # so I can talk to someone------? -amario
SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We don't sell supplements. You'll need to call Muscle Rev X directly. The phone number I found for them is 1-855-768-7858.- Rob
2 out of 2 people found this question helpful.
Is it safe to take -Renard
I have no reason to believe it's unsafe, though I don't think it's very effective either.- Rob
How to take musclerex xtreme and t-advance -Floyd
Follow the instructions on the bottles, probably one or two pills a day of each.- Rob
4 out of 8 people found this question helpful.