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Does Xtreme NO Work?

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Sometimes, the simplest solutions are the best solutions. Plenty of guys who work out want to use all the latest and greatest technological advances in equipment, technique, and supplementation to enhance their muscle building building experience. But there’s a whole school of thought based on the idea that simple, old-fashioned hard work, along with the most basic tried and true supplements are what’s best. It’s the age old debate: modern vs old school. And the truth is, there’s room for both.


Xtreme NO falls into that Old School category. It’s a pre workout supplement with one function and one function only – to increase nitric oxide for better workouts. It’s a well established concept that boosting NO benefits your workouts. Xtreme NO makes sure you get all those benefits by placing all of its focus on increasing your nitric oxide levels.


Xtreme NO Benefits


To understand the good Xtreme NO can do for your workout, you first need to understand how nitric oxide works. Luckily, it’s really pretty simple. Nitric Oxide is a molecule produced in your body. One of its most important functions is to relax the walls of your blood vessels so blood can flow through more freely and easily. Because blood transports oxygen and nutrients to your muscles, this increased blood flow enables your muscles to work harder and more intensely as well as recover more quickly post workout.


The improved blood flow resulting from increased Nitric Oxide benefits the rest of your body as well. It helps maintain good blood pressure levels, it improves memory and mental cognition, it provides energy, and it even helps you get a better erection, because after all, and erection is really nothing more than blood rushing into the penis.


Xtreme NO Ingredients


xtreme no review 2Xtreme NO boosts nitric oxide with three types of L-Arginine. L-Arginine is a pre cursor to nitric oxide. In the body, l-arginine converts to nitric oxide, ensuring you have an abundance when you need it. And since Xtreme NO is taken as a pre workout, that abundance will be there to push you through your workout.


Xtreme NO uses three types of l-arginine. There’s:


  • L-Arginine HCL (Hydrochloride) which is the palatable form closest to pure l-arginine. It’s able to absorb well so it can be used by the body to make nitric oxide relatively efficiently.
  • L-Arginine AKG (Alpha Ketoglutarate) (1) lasts longer in the body, so it has the effect of prolonged benefits through your entire workout.
  • L-Arginine KIC (Ketoiscaproate) (2) which can reduce exercise related muscle damage, so it helps with quicker and more comfortable recovery times.


To add to the effectiveness, there’s also:


  • L-Citrulline (3) which converts to L-Arginine to make nitric oxide even longer. It lengthens the cycle of NO production.
  • NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) which can increase energy and fight workout fatigue.



How To Use Xtreme NO

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Instructions are to take 2 Xtreme NO tablets about half and hour to 45 minutes before working out. It’s most effective on an empty stomach, but if you need a small meal, that’s okay too.


Xtreme NO Reviews


Xtreme NO has been around long enough to have quite a bit of customer feedback available online. Most of what I’ve seen is very favorable. Here are a couple examples:


“I love to work out and was stuck at the same weight for a long time. This product pushed me over that hump so to speak. I feel stronger and more ripped then ever since I started taking this product. Fantastic product. “

“Great product. Within in a month of taking this product I started to notice muscle and weight gains. I highly recommend this for building muscle with a decent workout plan “


We did come across a few less than satisfied customers. For the most part, these are people that just didn’t get the results they were looking for:


“It does not seem to be working for me.”


Where to Buy Xtreme NO


Xtreme NO is available online. You will not find Xtreme NO in GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, CVS, Walgreen or Walmart.  Some online retailers like Amazon carry it. But the primary retailer is the Xtreme NO website itself. Here, you’ll find bonuses with your purchase as well as discounts for multiple bottles. On the website, a single bottle costs $39.95 and you get access to a great diet and workout program as well. If you buy 2 bottles, you’ll get one free. And if you buy 3 bottles, you’ll get 3 free.

There’s also an ongoing program that you can access after placing your first order for Xtreme NO. It’s by request each month, so it’s not an autobilling scam, but if you sign up, you can get a new bottle each month for $16.97. Nothing happens unless you request it, so it could work out to be a great deal.


xtreme no review 4Xtreme NO Pros


  • The ingredients are all natural.
  • Most of the customer reviews we’ve seen come from happy customers who’ve had great results with Xtreme NO.
  • There’s no caffeine or any other stimulant, which makes it great for people who prefer not to use stimulants, and for people who want to stack this with a stimulant-based fat burner.
  • It’s inexpensive.


Xtreme NO Cons


  • The formula is very basic and narrow, so if you want a lot of different workout ingredients, you’ll need to stack Xtreme NO with something else.


Our Xtreme NO Conclusion


As far as nitric oxide boosters go, Xtreme NO is right up there with the best of them for several reasons. The formula is simple and effective. It gets great reviews. It’s one of the cheapest pre workouts you’ll find, especially if you go for their $16.97 deal. And if you like everything about it except the lack of caffeine, it’s easy enough to stack that in when you need it, and still pay less than you would for most other pre workout supplements.






(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.


(2) Differential effects of amino acid and ketoacid on protein metabolism in humans. Mauro Giordano, MD, PhD, Pietro Castellino, MD, Agnes Ohno, MD, Ralph A Defronzo, MDNutrition. Volume 16, Issue 1, January 2000, Pages 15–21.


(3) Constitutive nitric oxide synthase from cerebellum is reversibly inhibited by nitric oxide formed from L-arginine. Norma E. Rogers, Louis J. Ignarro. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. Volume 189, Issue 1, 30 November 1992, Pages 242–249.

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