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Muscle Sculptor – The Fat Burner with Muscle

By May 3, 2018 May 6th, 2018 Fat Loss, HYPE
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Relatively few leaps have been made in fat burners over the years, but latest one to hit the market may just be the innovation the physique world has been asking for.

Other than some of the more hardcore contenders for experienced users, maintstream fat burners typically “improve” their formula by bumping up the level of stimulants and occasionally adding some plant-based compounds, followed with a new name and fancy label. But regardless of their claims, none have managed to preserve much of the hard-earned muscle that users spent grueling months to put on before a cut.

The Muscle SculptorVital Alchemy’s Muscle Sculptor aims to do just that, and ever go one step further. An extreme fat burner by nature, Muscle Sculptor in its short time on shelves has already made a name for itself in terms of shredding properties. A powerful combination of Caffeine Anhydrous, Yohimbine HCl, and Dicaffeine Malate allows for intense thermogenesis while Evodia Rutaecarpa smooths out the jittery stimulant feeling.

But what truly makes Muscle Sculptor a game changer is the presence of Laxogenin, possibly the biggest innovation in the anabolic realm in recent years. Laxogenin, a natural anabolic, has been a gift for those looking to increase muscle protein synthesis and grow hard lean muscle mass.

For those looking to get shredded, Laxogenin provides not only an anti-catabolic effect but helps to actually grow muscle mass. In addition, it can provide a regulatory effect on cortisol, a stress hormone which tends to make fat loss much more difficult to lose.  Laxogenin, though anabolic, is not androgenic, so it may be used by both men and women with little to no side effects seen in some other anabolic compounds.

Muscle Sculptor has positioned itself to be the breakthrough fat burning aid going into summer, and while early reviews show it holding up to its promises, you’ll have to try it and see for yourself. You can find it exclusively available at Strong Supplement Shop.


  • Samantha devlin says:

    What is in the fat burner. I compete in powerlifting and would like to know if there’s any banned subsidence .

    • James Strong says:

      Hi Samantha – Thank you for your question. All the ingredients can be found in the supplement facts here on The Muscle Sculptor’s Product Page. As for substances that may be banned by a particular organization, I am sorry but we cannot help you there. Every organization has its own rules and every organizations rules are different, there is no one governing body. We tell our competitive athlete customers to review the rules for their given organization and then the ingredient panel of the product they are interested in to assess whether or not it can be used.

      Thank you again for your question…

  • Jennifer says:

    How does this compare to alpha lean7?

    • James Strong says:

      Hi Jennifer – Thank you for your question. Muscle Sculptor is very similar to Alpha Lean-7 having many of the same ingredients. What makes them different is that Muscle Sculptor also contains Laxogenin, a natural ingredient that helps to increase muscle mass, that’s the reason we call it “The Fat Burner With Muscle”. As people lose weight they often lose muscle in the process. Muscle Sculptor works to help you to lose your fat and keep or increase your muscle. But please know Muscle Sculptor is very potent, start with a 1/2 or 1/4 serving to assess your tolerance. Also, in case you are wondering, Muscle Sculptor is safe for women.

      Thank you again for your question…

  • Jeff says:

    Can I still use a pre work out

    • James Strong says:

      Hi Jeff- Thank you for your question. That depends on you and your tolerance to the ingredients from all sources. My suggestion is to be very careful. Muscle Sculptor is a very powerful fat burner, in all likelihood you will not need a pre-workout. If you do, then I suggest you lower the serving size shown on the bottle of each supplement you are taking to assess your tolerance first; start with 1/4 for each and work up (or down) from there.

      Thank you again for your question…

      • Michael says:

        Definitely won’t need a preworkout. I take 2 on an empty stomach preworkout and I am a beast at the gym in terms of energy. Does not help with pump though!

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