Freak’n Muscle Review
What You Should Know
Freak’n Muscle is part supplement manufacturer, part informational website. The company only sells two supplements, Freak’n Pumped and Freak’n Shredded. Both are potent thermogenic supplement designed to shed fat, increase muscle growth and increase weight loss. The other half of the website focuses on providing information relating to nutrition, exercise and the science behind the supplements. There is little to no information relating to the scientific research associated with the effectiveness of the supplements.
Both supplements are rather expensive. The official website does not sell the supplements. We did find the supplements available on third party websites retailing for approximately $50 a piece.
List of Ingredients
- Creatine Monohydrate
- L-Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate
- L-Arginine HCl
- Beta Alanine
- Orotic Acid
- Creatine Magnesium Chelate
- Creatine Ethyl Ester HCl
- Vanadyl Sulfate
- Voltage Complex
- 1,3 Dimethylamylamine HCl
Ultra Voltage Complex:
- 1,3,7 – Trimethylxanthine
- Synephrine Alkaloid
- Octopamine Alkaloid
- 1,3 – Dimethylamylamine HCl
- Vanadyl Sulfate
Freak’n Muscle is a relatively new company providing information relating to muscle building, weight loss, fat loss, nutrition and training. Additional information provided by the company relates to the science behind the effectiveness of the supplements. We would have liked to see the links to the studies, but the only information we found centered on Beta Alanine. This leads us to believe the company is hiding something.
The supplements listed on the website are basically potent thermogenics. Although both contain the proven weight loss ingredient caffeine, the supplements also contain synepherine, “cousin” to ephedra, as well as stimulants similar to caffeine. This is potentially dangerous when considering the effects to your heart.
- The ingredient list is available on the official website.
- The website provides information relating to nutrition and exercise.
- Dieters cannot purchase the supplement on the official website.
- The clinical research is based upon one ingredient, not the supplements.
- The supplements contain several stimulants.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- There are no clinical trials or scientific research associated with the supplements.
- The supplements are expensive.
If Freak’n Muscle merely provided information relating to nutrition and exercise, the company would be on the cusp of something good. Unfortunately, the company sells supplements with no scientific research associated with effectiveness. The information available on the website relates to one ingredient, not the supplements. This raises a red flag. Either the supplements are not research or the company is attempting to hide information relating to the supplements. On top of the lack of scientific research, the supplements are expensive. We feel as if the average dieter will not invest approximately $50 for a supplement with a laundry list of stimulants that will not increase weight loss.