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Nitric Muscle Assault ReviewAs soon as I started looking into Nitric Muscle Assault, I knew it was one of those free trial products you see plastered all over the internet. There were all the telltale signs. Over time, I’ve come to recognize them very easily. There are some very specific signs to keep an eye out for. Nitric Muscle Assault has them all, and then some. But since every product is slightly different than the one before, we’re going to break down all that’s good and all that’s bad about Nitric Muscle Assault.




What Is Nitric Muscle Assault?


You may guess from the name that it’s a nitric oxide based muscle building supplement. That’s what I got too. And we’re right. They say it:


  • Nitric Muscle Assault Review 4Speeds up your metabolism and the fat burning that goes along with it.
  • Increases muscle growth.
  • Enhances athletic performance.
  • Boosts focus and keeps you alert.
  • Lessens recovery time after workouts.
  • Lifts strength and energy.



Those are the benefits we’ve come to expect bodybuilding supplements to provide, and in that way, Nitric Muscle Assault doesn’t disappoint. Let’s move on and see if they can maintain their perfect record.


Nitric Muscle Assault Ingredients


The Nitric Muscle Assault formula is pretty much entirely based on increasing nitric oxide levels. What this does is open up your blood vessels, allowing an increased amount of blood to flow through your body to your muscles and organs. The more blood that flows, the more oxygen and nutrients get delivered, allowing muscles to work harder and recover faster, so you get stronger. The ingredients list includes:


  • AAKG (Arginine Alpha KetoGlutarate) (1) which is a highly absorbable form of L-Arginine, the main precursor to nitric oxide.
  • A-KIC (Arginine Ketoisocaproate) (2) which improves muscle recovery after workouts.
  • GKG (Glutamine Alpha-KetoGlutarate) which boosts cellular energy.
  • OKG (Ornithine Alpha-KetoGlutarate) (3) which encourages protein synthesis at the cellular level.


Notably, the Nitric Muscle Assault website also lists Nitric Oxide as an ingredient, but this is very misleading. Nitric Oxide cannot be provided by a supplement. It’s made in the body. Supplementing with L-Arginine and other ingredients can stimulate nitric oxide production, but a supplement cannot provide the actual nitric oxide itself.


Nitric Muscle Assault Reviews


There are plenty of Nitric Muscle Assault reviews on the internet, but they’re not the kind you can use to really get an understanding of whether or not a product works. They are review websites, set up entirely to funnel customers through a portal to buy Nitric Muscle Assault. These website usually contain nothing but the Nitric Muscle Assault review and a way to click through to the free trial offer. Sometimes the reviewer will say they tried it and talk about the results. Other times they’ll just talk about how great the formula is. Either way, that review exists only to get you to buy Nitric Muscle Assault.


Nitric Muscle Assault Free Trial Offer


The only way to purchase Nitric Muscle Assault is through the free trial offer. You start at one of the “review websites” where you’ll see a link to “Rush My Trial” or “Get Your Exclusive Trial Bottle Now”. When you click through to the Nitric Muscle Assault website, they tell you a little more about what the product can do for you, then they ask you to fill out the form, telling them where to send your free bottle. You put in your name, address, phone number, and email, then they take you to the next step. This is where you enter your credit card information. They need this because in order to send you a free bottle, they need to charge you a small shipping fee (usually $4.95).



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If you look very carefully at that order page, you’ll find a link to the “Terms and Conditions.” It is there that they tell how things really work. They’ll send you a full 30-day supply. If you like it, do nothing, and in 14 days, they’ll charge you full price for the bottle, and they’ll sign you up to continue to receive full price bottles each month. If this is not what you want to happen, you have to call and cancel your subscription within 14 days from your order date.


While an autoshipping plan may be a good and convenient thing in some cases, this is not one of those cases. Nitric Muscle Assault is not upfront about what you’re signing up for. Most customers don’t have any idea they’re signing up for anything other than a free bottle. Even if they did know, 14 days from order date really means you have about 7 days to try it out. That’s just not enough time to know if a NO supplement works. And finally, even if you like the product, the price they charge (usually about $80 or $90 a month) is just way too high.


These free trials come and go all the time. Actually, it looks like Nitric Muscle Assault is on its way out right now. There are still tons of review websites touting its benefits, but when you try to click through to the order page, the links are all broken.


Nitric Muscle Assault Pros


  • We tried to find something positive about Nitric Muscle Assault, but we found nothing.


Nitric Muscle Assault Cons


  • The formula is pretty bare, and they don’t list ingredient amounts. Without this important information, there’s really no way to tell if a product is effective.
  • There are no independent Nitric Muscle Assault reviews to indicate how it’s working in the real world.
  • It’s only available through a free trial offer, and at this time, you can’t even get it that way.



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Our Nitric Muscle Assault Conclusion


There are tons of good nitric oxide based pre workout supplements out there. Nitric Muscle Assault is not one of them. There’s really just no good reason to even give it a second look.





(1) Effects of 7 Days of Arginine-Alpha-Ketoglutarate Supplementation on Blood Flow, Plasma L-Arginine, Nitric Oxide Metabolites, and Asymmetric Dimethyl Arginine After Resistance Exercise Darryn S. Willoughby, Tony Boucher, Jeremy Reid, Garson Skelton, and Mandy Clark. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 2011, 21, 291-299 © 2011 Human Kinetics, Inc.


(2) Glycine-Arginine--Ketoisocaproic Acid Improves Performance of Repeated Cycling Sprints BRITNI N. BUFORD and ALEXANDER J. KOCH Health and Exercise Sciences, Truman State University, Kirksville, MO.


(3)  Nutritional supplement for increased muscle size and strength for body builders. Paul T. Gardiner. BIBTeX, EndNote,RefMan. Oct 6, 1998.

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