Inflatable Muscle Review
What You Should Know
Inflatable Muscle is a nitric oxide booster designed for bodybuilders. The creators of the supplement, Physical Sciences, claim the name was chosen because it lows up the muscle like a balloon. Several of the ingredients work together to promote muscle hydration and that hydration causes the muscle to feel fuller, like a balloon. There is a huge misconception in the product description that dieters need to know from the start.
List of Ingredients
- L-Arginine Malate
- Creatine Monohydrate
- Citrulline Malate
- Beta Alanine
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Folic Acid
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
If you pull caffeine out of the picture you could be looking at the label for just about any bodybuilding supplement on the market. There’s enough creatine to give muscles that full feeling and enough l-arginine to support muscle growth and recovery. The branched-chain amino acids are also widely accepted as a vital part of any creatine supplement. The caffeine, however, leaves much to be desired.
First off, Inflatable Muscle contains 400 mg of caffeine per serving. Most supplement companies suggest taking no more than 200 mg per day – so this supplement contains double the suggested amount. Remember, some food and drink consumed throughout the day also contains caffeine so you may be taking in more than 400 mg. The product description for Inflatable Muscle claims caffeine anhydrous is more effective than regular caffeine. That is not actually the case. Caffeine anhydrous is nothing more than powdered caffeine. Caffeine must be in powder form to be packaged in capsules, tablets or drinks. Consuming 400 mg of caffeine could lead to overdose. Never consume this supplement before bed or within 6 to 12 hours of bedtime. It can take more than 12 hours for caffeine to leave your body, so taking this supplement late in the day could interrupt sleep and cause fatigue the following day.
- All ingredients for Inflatable Muscle are listed online.
- Creatine helps hydrate muscles.
- One serving provides 400 mg of caffeine.
- Too much caffeine can cause detrimental side effects.
- Creatine can cause muscle cramping and water retention.
Inflatable Muscle will work as claimed, if you look solely at the muscle fullness part of the product description. Many of the ingredients in the supplement are included to promote muscle growth and recovery with good success, but the caffeine punch is a little more than we’d suggest any bodybuilder take on a daily basis. We suggest splitting energy supplements from creatine supplements to control caffeine intake with an effective, yet lower dose.