Pros and Cons
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MuscleTech Clear Muscle Overview
MuscleTech has a reputation for making pretty wild claims and pissing off customers when those claims don’t materialize.
Over the years, they’ve tried to tone things down a bit, and they have, but they’re definitely no shrinking violet when it comes to promoting themselves.
Not too long ago, they came out with a new product called MuscleTech Clear Muscle.
The claim is that this clear capsule will help you put on an insane amount of muscle over a 12 week period, and that you’ll lose fat at the same time.
MuscleTech Clear Muscle Ingredients and How They Work
There is really only one active ingredient in MuscleTech Clear Muscle, and it’s called BetaTOR.
Or Free Acid Beta-Hydroxy-Beta-Methylbutyrate.
That makes it a new kind of HMB made to increase muscle and strength.
Most HMB that we know is bound to calcium.
BetaTOR is free which makes it that much more easily absorbed.
MuscleTech Clear Muscle Clinical Study
At Tampa University, the main ingredient in MuscleTech Clear Muscle was put to the test with a 12 week double blind placebo controlled trial.
There were two groups of experienced lifters, all using the same hardcore lifting routine, one group taking BetaTOR, the other taking a placebo.
The BetaTOR group gained 16 pounds of lean muscle over the 12 week period while the placebo group gained 6.
On the MuscleTech website, you can download the exact workout routine that was used in the clinical trial, so you can see how your results might stack up against the clinical trial.
MuscleTech Clear Muscle Pros and Cons
Advantages of MuscleTech Clear Muscle
- Its main ingredient has been clinically tested and shown to work.
Disadvantages of MuscleTech Clear Muscle
- It’s pretty expensive.
- A lot of MuscleTech Clear Muscle reviews come from unsatisfied customers that didn’t get the results they were hoping for.
Where to Buy
You can purchase MuscleTech Clear Muscle online or at GNC.The one month supply costs about $80, though I saw it at bodybuilding-dot-com for $70.
I’m not sure what to think.
The clinical results look like what we all want.
But the actual MuscleTech Clear Muscle reviews from customers tell a different story.
I would say wait a while on this one.
It’s still pretty new and word keeps trickling in.
If you do decide to use it, take into consideration that this is MuscleTech, so you’ll want to keep your expectations in check.
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Have you used this supplement?
I've been using it for a couple of weeks now. What it seems to do is increase stamina.
I get longer cardio sessions, and more reps on resistance exercises, which is giving desired results.It is not a magic pill. In the end, it's the work I'm putting in that's making the difference.
Do the damn work and you'll see the results!!
12 out of 13 people found this review helpful.
coming up on my 60th birthday. In my early teens I started playing around with strength training liked it and got hooked. worked into bodybuilding and stayed with it a long time.
Had an accident and injured my shoulder putting a stop to my training. This was about 22 years ago.
About 6 months ago I crawled back into the gym. I started taking supplements and doing a little research came across the muscle tech stack (clear muscle, plasma muscle, phospha muscle)about 10 weeks ago.
I was already taking MP's combat powder creatine and BCAA,s and muscle tech alpha test (us old guys need a little boost).
In these 10 weeks or so I've gained 20 LBS and lost just under 2 inches off my waist. Grant it I wasn't a small guy when I hurt my shoulder so I believe I have woken up muscle that was already there but the stack has definitely has helped.
Focused training and commitment with rest and a good diet and change up your routine (don't get in a rut,I call it surprising your muscles) is the key at least it works for me.
And last of all I'm not following the test trial work out I do my own training that fits Me and its working.
7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.
clear muscle review...
expensive, new and over hyped .....better try it it thought !
taken alongside creatine, whey, beta alanine, taurine, d-ribose and l-histidine and my normal training split.
bench up 20kg, miliary press up 15kg, biceps curls up 2.5kg, lat pulls up 15kg, mid back pulls up 20kg, leg press up 40kg, etc, reps up by 25% , sets up by one , seems no limit to the possibilites of this so considering it was taken as directed for one month as a 'trial' , i have repeat ordered the product and will continue to do so until the results plateau and the DOMS creep back into my life.
8 out of 11 people found this review helpful.
Pump and strength
I have been clear muscle a for about over few weeks now and following the workout routine and I tell you the truth that my strength has increased and have seen changes on my body. The pump I get while working out is awesome.
People around said To me dude you are ripped and toned. Can't wait to finish the 12 weeks program.
Thanks guys and I recommend clear muslce
10 out of 17 people found this review helpful.
CLEAR MUSCLE PRODUCES REZULTZ
I have used the product for approximately four months. My routine was swim 3x/week and hit the weight room 2-3x/week.
Each swimming session was 75 minutes in duration. Each session had a 20 minute leg workout, 15 minute technical stroke training, 30 minute high intensity training workout, and 20 minutes of warm-up and cool off.
The HIT workout consisted of 50 metre freestyle sprints. The first 15 metres was underwater and breathing was every third stroke.
The pace time was 40 - 42 seconds. The rest between each 50 was fixed by a rule that the next 50 always started every 1:30 or 90 seconds.
The weight training sessions worked the entire body and varied the sets/reps as follows: 4x12; 1x12-3x8; and 1x12-1x9-2x5-1x2.
Results: Month 1 - no change in body mass.
Recovery progressively improved. Month 2: Weight sessions felt less draining.
Gained 3-5 lbs of muscle. Month 3: Gained 5 lbs of muscle.
Less muscle cramping during swimming. Added 6 25 metre underwater leg kick only to workouts.
Month 4: Muscle feels more dense. Other people noticed that I look different and more muscular. 70 lb dumbells feel like 40.
Conclusions: Not a quick results solution.
Results are solid and lasting. I stopped for a month and my strength dropped far less than usual.
6 out of 11 people found this review helpful.
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User Questions and Answers
Should I use it before or after my meals? -Fahad
The instructions say to take 1 serving (2 capsules), in the morning, mid-afternoon, and evening. On workout days, take 1 of these servings 30 minutes before training. They make no mention of food, so do what is convenient for you.- Rob
2 out of 2 people found this question helpful.
Hello! Is it safe to take clear muscle with preworkout ingredients like: creatine, beta-alanine, betaine, arginine, etc? And if it is, should it also be take prior working out together with all of the above? -Daniel
It is safe to take these with Clear Muscle. You take Clear Muscle 3 times a day. Take each of the other supplements as directed as well.- Rob
1 out of 1 people found this question helpful.
Hi Rob! Do you need to cycle off clear muscle? -Daniel
They recommend a 12 week cycle, before taking a month off.- Rob
2 out of 3 people found this question helpful.
I'm confused The directions say take 6 capsules a day but do not exceed more in 24 hours!? So do I take it every other day ? How is even possible to take every day and not exceed more than 6 capsules in a 24 hour period? -Vincent
Here's what the instructions say: "Take 1 serving (2 capsules), in the morning, mid-afternoon, and evening. On workout days, take 1 of these servings 30 minutes before training. Do not exceed 3 servings (6 capsules) in a 24-hour period.". 2 pills, 3 times a day is 6 pills a day, which is what you should not exceed.- Rob
can Clear Muscle by muscle tech be taken before hard cardio? or is that not recommended? -JASON
It wouldn't be dangerous or counterproductive in any way to use it before cardio, but it's not what it was designed for. It's meant to be used with heavy lifting to enhance muscle building.
It wouldn't be dangerous or counterproductive in any way to use it before cardio, but it's not what it was designed for. It's meant to be used with heavy lifting to enhance muscle building.- Rob