Max Muscle FBX Review
What You Should Know
Max Muscle FBX is also known as Full Blown Xtreme. This creatine supplement is created to boost energy and promote optimal muscle growth. Max Muscle is bad about labeling most ingredients as part of a proprietary blend. Proprietary blends are a way companies can hide the total amounts of each ingredient in a given formula. While most companies claim they use the blends to keep other companies from stealing the formula, we often believe they just don’t want the user to know what they are taking for fear they will stop taking the supplement.
Max Muscle FBX is not for the average dieter. The supplement contains creatine and other bodybuilding ingredients designed to promote muscle growth and recovery. Creatine in particular may cause weight gain, muscle cramping and other negative side effects. Bodybuilders are willing to take these side effects in stride, but dieters reap no benefits from then supplement and thus should not take those risks.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
Max Volumizing Matrix:
- Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate
- Buffered Creatine
- Creatine Monohydrate
- Citrulline Malate
- Vanadyl Sulfate
Max Energy and Focus Complex:
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Panax Ginseng
- Guarana Powder
- Octopamine HCL
Synergistic Intensity Blend:
- Phosphatidyl Serine
Max Muscle FBX is a pre-workout shake mix that packs multiple stimulants, creatine and other muscle boosting ingredients into one formula. There are multiple supplements from numerous companies that combine creatine and caffeine together, but the formula is not ideal for all bodybuilders. Adding caffeine to creatine means the supplement cannot be used to load creatine. Creatine is typically loaded for a week or more before a maintenance dose, like the one found in Max Muscle FBX, is taken to maintain optimal levels. Loading requires taking large amounts of creatine. The caffeine content of the supplement does not allow loading.
- The ingredient list for all flavors is available in PFD format from Max Muscle.
- Caffeine is used to increase energy.
- May promote weight loss with regular diet and exercise.
- Low calorie formula.
- Designed as a pre-workout shake not a diet shake.
- Does not contain enough calories or vitamins to be used as a meal replacement.
- The caffeine content is hidden in a proprietary blend.
- Max Muscle FBX may not be safe for dieters with health problems.
- The warning claims the caffeine can cause trouble sleeping.
Max Muscle FBX is a typical Max Muscle supplement. The formula is openly published, but the total amount of each ingredient is not. There are clinical links on the product page supporting some of the ingredients, but not all the links support the product claims.