Getting ripped, bulking up, and crafting the perfect body takes time, dedication to a perfect diet, and hours upon hours spent in the gym.
Some guys take the easy way out and take steroids, which of course work, but have a TON of side effects.
What if there was a supplement, free of any side effects, that could completely transform your body?
Would you take it?
I’m willing to bet you would, and this is exactly what the supplements I’m reading about here are claiming they will do.
The supplements in question are a combo of Xtreme Testrone and Extreme NO2, which call themselves “Explosive Muscle Growth in a bottle”.
They liken them as a safe, natural, and healthy alternative to steroids.
But do they really work?
Likely not, and I will shed some light on things you might have missed when you first came across them.
What Got You Here In The 1st Place…
So, like so many other supplements I’ve written about, you likely came acrossXtreme Testrone and Xtreme NO2 while browsing through your facebook or twitter feeds.
You’ll see a sponsored ad which looks a lot like the picture below, stating that people are quitting pre workout drinks in favor of a secret 2-step process that will change the way you build muscle.
When you click on the ad it takes you to the Mens Health website, or rather, something that looks like the Men’s Health website (more on that later).
The article will typically feature a picture of a jacked looking Dwayne Johnson, and include a headline like “this report was created by Men’s health life to expose the truth behind celebrity diets”.
The article will go on and on about how celebrities, fitness trainers, athletes, and movie stars have been using the combo of Xtreme Testrone and Extreme NO2.
Their results are nothing short of amazing.
You see before and after pictures of tons of celebrities, including Mel Gibson, Chris Hemsworth, Gerard Butler, and Hugh Jackman, all of which have been using this special combo to get “steroid-like” results.
Even Ron Gronkowski is supposedly using it…
The author of this article, who goes by the name of Richard Mason, recently put these 2 supplements to test in a 4 week experiment designed to see how well they really work.
Throughout his experiment, he details the results he saw each week, which are nothing short of amazing.
For example, in his first week he said that he had gained 3 lbs. of muscle mass, stating that he now weighed under 160 lbs. for the first time in years.
Week 2 was even more amazing, reporting that he was sleeping better, had more energy, and lost another 7 lbs. of body fat. How he could tell he was losing body fat and not muscle is beyond me, as simply stepping on the scale doesn’t measure stuff like that.
By the end of the month, he claims that he gained an unbelievable 16 lbs. of muscle mass and lost 7 more lbs. of fat.
The article is littered with ton’s of other success storiesfrom regular guys just like you and I, with most reporting the same results that they author of the article talks about.
There’s even Facebook comments at the bottom of the page with tons of other guys raving about the combo.
Why This Is ALL Complete B.S.
The first thing you probably missed was, despite it looking like the real Men’s Health website, it’s not.
Take a look at the address bar in the url:
It’s not MensHealth.com, it’s MensHealth.deals.
Go to the homepage of this site, and this is what you’ll see:
That’s the first piece of blatant B.S. you’ll see.
To prove it even more, this is what happens when you try to click around on this “Men’s Health” website.
That’s right, every single link you try to click on gets redirected to the official Xtreme Testrone website.
I would find it highly unlikely that the real Men’s Health website would do this.
What About All Those Celebrities Using It?
Well, that’s also complete B.S.
Take Gerard Butler for example. They use his before and after picture, which I would say is pretty damn impressive.
I’ve done some pretty extensive research into how Gerard made the transformation, and I can tell you this.
He did NOT use Xtreme Testrone and Xtreme NO2.
In fact, if you check out the interview below (jump to 1:58 to hear about his regiment), he makes no mention of using any supplements.
He basically did like 7 months of training to get into this kind of shape. He talks about it in pretty good detail on MensFitness.com, stating that he worked out with Navy SEALS and ex-special forces type guys.
But, despite this fake article stating otherwise, he did not use Xtreme Testrone and Xtreme NO2 at ALL.
If that’s not convincing enough for you, check out these screenshots.
See a recurring theme here?
I sure do.
It looks like there are TONS of supplementsthat celebs and athletes having been going Crazy over.
It’s pretty clear that it’s a completely fabricated story, made up to make you think you’ll get big like “The Rock” or whoever else from taking their supplement combo.
And Remember Those Facebook Comments?
They’re all fake…
How do I know this?
Well, try and click on the profile of the user who posted it. With Facebook, all you literally need to do is hover over their name and their bio should pop up.
But alas, if you try to do this nothing happens.
You can also try and “share” or “like” the article, to no avail.
You can even try to leave your own comment, but if you try to do so guess what it does…
That’s right, it redirects to the Xtreme Testrone website.
Check out this video where I try to do all the things I talked about above.
What They Are REALLY Trying To Do
So maybe they’re using deceptive / fake ads to get you to buy their product.
Big deal, right?
Especially when they are giving it away free of charge.
All you have to do is pay a modest fee to pay for the shipping.
What do you have to lose?
Well, apparently a lot more than what you bargained for.
You see, what the makers of Xtreme Testrone and Xtreme NO2 DONT want you to know is, once you sign up to receive their free trial, they end up billing you an HUGE amount of money if you don’t cancel.
Hang on while I explain.
One you get to their order page for Xtreme Testrone, you’ll see that you have to enter your credit card info to pay for the shipping.
If you scroll down and read the fine print, you’ll see the following:
The problem is, most guys DONT scroll down and completely miss this.
What it basically says is that you have 14 days from the ORIGINAL order date to try out their product. If you don’t call to cancel, they will bill your credit card $89.95 FOR THE FULL COST OF THE PRODUCT.
What’s even worse is that they will CONTINUALLY bill you $90 EVERY 30 days and keep sending you a new bottle.
The EXACT same thing applies if you decide to order Xtreme NO2.
All B.S. Marketing aside, do the products even work?
Well, there’s not much in the way of any REAL reviews online.
There’s this somewhat worthless “review” of Xtreme Testrone on Youtube:
As you can see, it’s not really a review. Rather, it’s…
Well, I don’t really know WTF you would call it.
An examination of what the pills look like??
Either way, it’s actually not even the product were looking for.
This one is actually a totally different product, which goes by the same name and is sold on Amazon.
The same pretty much goes for Xtreme NO2.
There’s no credible reviews or testimonials, and there’s no talk about it on forums, Reddit, Youtube, Amazon, or anywhere else for that matter.
In fact, because there are so many supplements out there that are called Extreme NO2, Xtreme Nitric Oxide, etc., it’s nearly impossible to find good information on it.
If you don’t believe ANYTHING that I’ve said on this page, then click here and read about a similar product combo I’ve talked about in the past.
Scroll down to the comments on the page and you will literally find HUNDREDS of dudes who have been suckered by the EXACT same thing I’ve been talking about above.
I’ve seen so many fake articles like this I could literally write a book about it (in fact, I’ve written a VERY big article on the subject). Does the combo of Xtreme Testrone and Xtreme NO2 really work?
But, if it works so well then why would they have to resort to deceptive marketing / fake ads to prove so.
My guess is they are more concerned with siphoning money out of your bank account rather than helping you achieve a rock solid body.
In the interest of fairness I’ve decided to order a couple of bottles of Xtreme Testrone and Xtreme NO2 to try out myself, check back in a few weeks and I’ll have this review updated.
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At first I was curious and gave it a try after reading an advertisement published on facebook. The ads looked enticing and promising to me.
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User Questions and Answers
What are the customer service numbers for these 2? -James Harvey
Since theyre made by the same company (Fitcrew USA), the customer service phone numbers for Xtreme Testrone and Xtreme NO2 are the same: 1-866-520-0522 - Rob
4 out of 4 people found this question helpful.
I just ordered the free trial and I'd like to know if I placed the order right ? I don't know if I hit the first bottle twice or did I order one of each ? Thanks -James
SupplementCritique.com is a review website. We have no affiliation with these products. You will have to contact them directly. The phone number I phone on their website is 1-866-520-0522.- Rob
2 out of 2 people found this question helpful.
How to cancel order and subscription I did not want for Xtreme Testrone? -Michael Ward
1 out of 1 people found this question helpful.
where do I report a scam -rudolf
The best places to report a scam are to the Better Business Bureau and/or your State Attorney General.- Rob
2 out of 3 people found this question helpful.
Is testrone a steroid -Angel
It's not. It's a natural supplement that encourages your body to produce more testosterone.- Rob