Arson Fat Burner
Can you get away with Arson?
Arson Fat Burner, from Muscle Asylum Project, is a pill designed for (or at least marketed heavily to) the bodybuilding community. It is a self-proclaimed “legally insane fat incinerating serum”. For most of us non-body builders, this may sound pretty intense or maybe just ridiculous. However, bodybuilders are probably used to this level of silly marketing hype. It is apparently for men as the bottle indicates “For best results, combine ArsonTM with a hardcore bodybuilding diet and train like a man possessed in the gym.” Interesting, but the real issue is whether the stuff really can “torch” fat for the average joe…
Arson Fat Burner Formula
The formula here is understandably hyped up but the main downer is that the company doesn’t include specific concentrations, but rather two proprietary blends:
Internal Combustion – 995 mg
- Green tea extract
- Caffeine – 300 mg caffeine
- Cissus quadrangularis extract
VasoBurn – 189 mg
- Xanthinol nicotinate
- hydrochloride Gamma-butyrobetaine alpha-ketoglutarate
- Gamma-butyrobetaine eicosanoate
- Uridine-5-monophosphoric acid disodium
The first formula clearly gets its main kick from the 300 mg of caffeine and even more green tea. Including also theobromine, this is definitely high on stimulants and in the second blend you find xanthinol, a vasodilator. For this reason the company might call this “hard core” and the stimulants will definitely boost your metabolism to help you burn more calories, but you’ll have to be working out like crazy to really make this product seem any different for you in its overall impact.
Arson Fat Burner Health Risks
This product is very high in caffeine content and you should generally steer clear if you are at all sensitive to stimulants. There don’t seem to be any other serious risks.
Arson Fat Burner Value
This product is originally priced at $60 though you can find it for as cheap as $35. Clearly if it varies this much in price, it can be priced at pretty much whatever the company wants you to pay, which to me is just another testament to the fact that this is an extremely basic product hyped up by marketing. I don’t recommend it any more than caffeine pills.