More of Your Xtreme NO Questions Answered
In my last Xtreme NO Tips article, I looked at a number of questions that usually come up with the subject of taking Xtreme NO (or any nitric oxide supplement).
This led to me getting a few emails with additional questions about Xtreme NO, so I figured I should go ahead and try to answer those as well.
Let’s jump right in…
Xtreme NO Question #5 – What’s In Xtreme NO?
Probably the biggest (and maybe even the most controversial) talking point from the last Xtreme NO Tips article was ‘Xtreme NO Question #3 – What Else Should I Take With My Nitric Oxide?’
In that, I discussed that with the popularity of nitric oxide supplements taking off, supplement manufacturers were doing everything they could to differentiate themselves and put out a ‘superior’ product when compared to their rivals. This led to them putting everything but the kitchen sink into their formulas (without testing to see if this was a good idea) and/or putting only trace amount of everything into their formulas in order to keep costs down.
This then begs the question – just what is in Xtreme NO? What does the Xtreme NO ingredients list look like?
Well, instead of explaining it to you, I figured I’d just show you, as you can see the Xtreme NO label (including supplement facts) on the Xtreme NO website:
As you can see, the active ingredient in Xtreme NO is L-Arginine – which we learned in the last article can change into nitric oxide. But none of the other stuff – and especially none of the stimulants.
Xtreme NO Question #6 – What’s With the ‘Perpetual Release’ Thing I Keep Seeing?
If you take a look at the ads for Xtreme NO, you’ll see that they talk about how their nitric oxide formula is ‘perpetual release’. Even the label I posted above lists ‘Day-Long Release’ as one of the benefits of Xtreme NO.
This basically means that instead of the nitric oxide dumping into your system, and all the effects happening at once, they’re sort of ‘drip-fed’ (so-to-speak) over time. So you get the same effects, but over an extended period of time – likely many hours – instead of all right away.
Now, while I guess I could see how this could be beneficial, I honestly wouldn’t worry about it. I’ve seen these kind of claims made before by other companies for other supplements, and while I won’t say they weren’t necessarily bogus, they weren’t always the huge benefit they were made out to be.
So does Xtreme NO actually extend its vasodilation effects out over a length of time instead of all at once? I’m honestly not sure, but I don’t really think it matters, either way.
Xtreme NO Question #7 – Do I Have to Work Out Hard if I Take Xtreme NO?
In a word – absolutely.
Most supplement companies like you to believe that their supplements can work wonders for you. And many can – Xtreme NO is certainly no different.
However, there’s no such thing as a ‘wonder supplement’ that will ever make it so that you don’t have to work out or train hard. It’s just never gonna happen.
Steroids, human growth hormone, and other such performance-enhancing drugs don’t even do that. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen pro bodybuilders, athletes, and more get shunned as lazy because they take steroids.
Now don’t get me wrong, I’m IN NO WAY condoning the use of steroids or anything else like that. In fact, it’s the complete opposite – you should NEVER take any of that crap!
But, I’m still going to call a spade a spade. You could take the best steroid stack in the world, but if all you did was sit on the couch and watch cartoons, you wouldn’t somehow automatically blow up and get big, muscular, and strong.
You’re still going to have to hit the gym hard and bust your tail.
So if it won’t work for steroids, it won’t work for Xtreme NO, either.
Xtreme NO will definitely help you get better gains, but it’s not going to be a replacement for hard workouts.
Xtreme NO Question #8 – What Kind of Workout Should I Do?
While a supplement like Xtreme NO can be used in a variety of different situations, most guys that take it are generally interested in getting big and putting muscle on. So if this is your goal, you should do a program that will sufficiently build muscle.
This means your program should entail:
- heavy lifting
- compound, multi-joint movements
- moderate volume (in terms of sets, reps, workouts, and overall)
- good density (i.e. – how much work you’re doing in how much time)
If you’re not sure exactly what kind of workout you should do, the makers Xtreme NO will actually hook you up muscle building workout for free when you purchase Xtreme NO. The program isn’t available to the public – only to Xtreme NO customers. It was designed to help you build the most muscle you can, and maximize your usage of Xtreme NO.
Xtreme NO Question #9 – Where Should I Get Xtreme NO?
If you decide that you want to try out Xtreme NO, your best bet is to get it directly from the official website. This way, you know you’re actually getting the ‘real’ Xtreme NO, and not some cheap knock off.
In fact, the official website has a deal going now where you can actually get a free bottle of Xtreme NO…not sure how long the deal is good for, though.
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