Xtreme Nitro And FB1-Test Review – Miracle Muscle?

By: Rob Miller
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Fact Checked On: 4-23-2016

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Americans are enamored with celebrities. We wish we could look like them, have their fame and money, and live the lavish lifestyle. Since that’s only possible for about .0001% of the population, we’ll have to settle with what we can get.I mean, if we can’t be one, it would at least be nice to look like one.

Well, one magazine featured article promises just that by using a stack of supplements called Xtreme Nitro and FB1-Test. Apparently, celebrities like Chris Hemsworth, The Rock, and Hugh Jackman have been using this supplement stack with fantastic results.

But, there is more then meets the eye with this supposed “miracle muscle in a bottle”, and your about to learn why.

Note: If you’re looking for info on the combo of FB1-Test and Nitro X then click here.

What is Xtreme Nitro?

xtreme nitro reviewAs the name suggests, Xtreme Nitro is a nitric oxide boosting supplement. Nitric oxide dilates your blood vessels to get more blood flowing through. The more blood flowing to your muscles during workouts, the more oxygen they get, the better they perform, and the more quickly they recover.

This is especially true if you’re performing high intensity exercises, because if your workouts are that much more efficient, you’ll typically see better results.

Not to mention the sexual benefits of increased blood flow.Nitric oxide has been proven to be a key component of thick, hard erection. I actually had a chance to personally test out Xtreme Nitro, and my results were a little less then favorable.

What is FB1-Test?

fb1-test and xtreme nitro reviewUp until this point, I actually had never heard of FB1-Test. According to the products official site, it’s an all natural testosterone booster that promises increased athletic endurance, faster recovery times, and help you look and feel more ripped. Finding out how it does this, though, was a bit of a mystery.

We know it contains Eurycoma Longifolia, which is a plant that purportedly has the ability to increase testosterone both in animals and humans. (Source: 1)

But that’s it…there is no other mention of the ingredients in FB1-Test, which doesn’t help us determine whether or not it has the potential for side effects. I looked around for reviews and testimonials, but came up short.

It looks like this is a pretty new product to the market, so my guess is that you won’t be able to find it in stores like GNC, Walmart, and the like.

The “True” Story Behind Xtreme Nitro and FB1-Test

So there’s two scenarios to what brought you here…the first, is that you’ve read about Xtreme Nitro and FB1-Test on a “Men’s Fitness” website (like this one) and your curious as to whether or not other guys are getting great results with it.

The other scenario is that you have order one (or both) of these supplements and want to see some reviews.

In the first scenario, the supposed “Men’s Fitness” article can be pretty intriguing.It’s packed with ton’s of ripped looking celebrities like Hugh Jackman and Gerard Butler, all of whom apparently have been using this combo with fantastic results.

But, if you look VERY closely, you’ll see something you might have missed the first time around.

It’s this little thing at the bottom of the page that says “THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT AND NOT AN ACTUAL NEWS ARTICLE, BLOG, OR CONSUMER PROTECTION UPDATE.”

That’s right guys….it’s a story that is completely and utterly made up.

Don’t believe me?? Check out this screenshot and see for yourself.

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Even the comments are fake, and they are designed to manipulate you into thinking that this is the REAL deal.

If you still the page open in your browser, scroll to the bottom of the page and try and submit a comment. What happens?? That’s right, it’s never posted.

Also, all of the comments appear to have a photo attached to them, yet, there’s no way to upload your own photo if you wanted to.

Some of the comments even talk about how great the customer service is for both of these companies, something that is portrayed a bit differently from the visitors to my site

So, Does Xtreme Nitro and FB1-Test REALLY Work?

So some guys will be reading this review and say ok, big deal. So they enter you into a free trial, you should have read the terms and conditions.But does it really work?

As you will see on the reviews and comments of Xtreme Nitro on this page, it doesn’t paint a very pretty picture.

According to many of my sites visitors (and myself) not only does Xtreme Nitro NOT work, but they also enroll you into a free trial program which can end up costing you alot of money.

One even goes so far to say that he had trained doctors monitor his results vs. those of a placebo and there was no change at all.

As for FB1-Test, there is so limited information out there about it that it’s pretty hard to draw any conclusions. But my money says that it’s no more effective than a multivitamin.

Update!! What About Combining FB1-Test and Nitro X??

fb1-test and nitro x reviewI’ve had a few guys email me asking about the combo of FB1-Test and Nitro X, and whether or not it could, ahem, grow them down there….I did a little more research on the subject and it appears there is a blog (or Flog) out there that is telling guys that this combo will grow your penis 2 – 3 inches in a month. It’s a pretty well crafted (and convincing) story about some chick who heard about these two supplements from a friend, and decided to buy them for her boyfriend.

Well I wanted to let you guys in on a little secret….it’s a SCAM. You will NOT gain 2 – 3 inches in size from using FB1-Test and Nitro X, and the story you’re reading on that page is a complete fabrication.

It’s a lie, and they use this apparent blog post to try and convince you that these supplements will give you size increases. They even try to pawn off some believable before and after photo’s, but it is pretty clear that this is just a superimposed version of the same penis, with a sightly larger erection.

And just like I mention in the post above, both of these products are NOT FREE. If you haven’t guessed it already, they will initially bill you $4 or $5 for shipping, but if you don’t call to cancel they will end up billing your credit card $100’s before you even know it.

This is known as a a free trial “auto rebill, auto-shipment” program that has cost 1,000’s of people Millions of dollars. The FTC has a pretty good video about it, check it out here:

I actually wrote in detail about a similar combo that was being touted in the same form, you can read about it here. If you’re looking for some effective male enhancement products that ACTUALLY do work then click here.


I’ve written about these supposed “miracle supplement combo’s” dozens of times before, but it doesn’t stop thousands of men falling for this scam. The real truth of the matter is this…celebrities don’t use some miracle stack of supplements to get in shape.

I read a recent article on Chris Pratt (Zero Dark Thirty, Moneyball, etc.) that shows exactly what it takes to get in Hollywood Shape, and it does NOT involve taking Xtreme Nitro and FB1-Test. It involves a strict diet and exercise regiment, coupled with proven supplements that really work.

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I jus recently purchased the xtreme and FB1-TEST now y am I being charged $89.97 and 84.97????? -Edward

The terms of the free trial (written only in the fine print of the terms and conditions)are that if you don't call to cancel within the free trial period, they'll charge you full price and sign you up for their autoshipment program and they'll send you a new bottle (and charge you for it) every month. At this point, since you've been charged, call them to cancel further shipments and see if you can get a refund.- Rob

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How can I get this product -Marcelino

You would have to sign up for the free trial on their website. If you do, make sure you read the terms and conditions carefully because signing up for the trial automatically sets you up for monthly shipments.- Rob

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How long before a workout should i take Nitro X and FB1 Test? -Mady

The recommended dose should be listed on the bottles.  If it doesn't mention when to take them, just pick a time each day and try to stick with it. It's best to keep ingredient levels steady in your system.- Rob

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I want to cancel my subscription. -Larry waun

SupplementCritique.com is a review website.  We don't sell supplements.  You'll need to get in touch with the company you placed your order with.  The number for Xtreme Nitro is 1-888-831-4798. For FB1-Test, it’s 1-888-890-0814.- Rob

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Your phon number to call customer servic please -mahdi

SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We don't sell supplements. The number for Xtreme Nitro is 1-888-831-4798. For FB1-Test, it’s 1-888-890-0814.- Rob

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Author: Rob Miller

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Rob Miller founded SupplementCritique.com over 7 years ago, and has been the chief editor ever since. He has a diploma in Advanced Dietary Supplements Advisor, and worked at GNC for 3 years. He KNOWS supplements, both inside and out. Rob currently resides in Jupiter, FL, with his wife of 4 years.  Learn more about him in his Bio here. Follow him on Twitter , Facebook, LinkedIn, or find him on Google +.