There's a few things regarding supplement companies that you need to understand:
- They over promise and under deliver
- The majority of your results will be from a proper diet and exercise
- The less information you can get from the manufacturer's web site, the less you should trust them
It appears that Musclecore X uses certain BCAAs, namely arganine to "boost NO2" in the blood. There's a few supplements that use the claim that increase in nitrous oxide (NO2) helps build muscle. It is also important to note that arganine is readily available in a number of common foods. There is a semi-scientific study on Bodybuilding.com using a different product with similar claims. The pertinent information is quoted below (emphasis is mine):
From the results of the test, it is obvious that the test group made considerable gains in lean body mass compared to the group that received the placebo. Each bodybuilder in the test group [with the exception being test subject number three] made gains from the supplement, and the gains were roughly equal for each bodybuilder.
Test subjects reported a difference in vasodilation, increased blood flow to skeletal muscles, increased oxygen transport resulting in quicker recovery following strenuous exercise, and reported better pumps resulting from exercise. All three test group subjects indicated a pronounced increase in libido.
None of the test subjects demonstrated increases in strength or stamina, and test subject two indicated an increase in blood pressure. Some of the subjects experienced hot flashes, spontaneous sweating, diarrhea and fatigue.
Of the nine testable label claims outlined above, this nitric oxide supplement satisfied seven. Although not directly testable, the dosing procedure allows for the supplement to be digested over a ten hour period of time, thus satisfying the last label claim.
Therefore, the supplement, in this test, proved to be successful in two persons by satisfying 77% of its stated label claims.
The three test subjects were a beginner, intermediate, and advanced bodybuilder. The advanced bodybuilder did not receive much affect.
Androsolve is a non-steroidal "testosterone booster". Products in this class fail to increase your testosterone much above normal. If you have low testosterone levels (T levels), a blood test at your doctor can tell you that, then the product may work. Although, if you typically eat a very low fat diet, simply increasing saturated fat intake can bring your T levels to normal. Other than that, most studies I could find indicate that testosterone boosters as a class of supplement provide at best inconclusive results. The only proven way to increase T levels above normal is to use steroids, which has its own risks.