Cell Tech Hyper-Build – Complete Review


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For this review, we are going to take a look at Cell Tech Hyper-Build. This product is loaded with goodies and has some great reviews so we thought it was time to take a look at this bad boy for ourselves and give it a review.

Cell Tech Hyper-Build is a creatine product from Muscletech. They have many creatine products that they manufacture but this one is their top of the line product and has more ingredients than  the others do. They boast it as their 5 in 1 product, five ingredients in one. You could call this a post-workout supplement if you like or a creatine, it fits into either category really. For the sake of this article, we will be considering it a creatine product. Let’s get started and take a look at this stuff.

Cell Tech Hyper-Build Ingredients

Let’s check out the ingredients in the beast. The active ingredients are as follows:

Creatine Monohydrate  (4 grams) – Creatine monohydrate is always a solid choice.

Creatine HCL  (1 Gram) – This is another popular and more water-soluble form of creatine. This form is better for people who get stomach irritation from creatine monohydrate.

BCAA Matrix – This is a mix of four BCAA’s including L-Leucine, L-Valine, L-Isoleucine, and L-Glutamine.

Taurine – This is an ingredient that has been shown to reduce next day muscle soreness especially when used in conjunction with BCAA’s.

Electrolyte Blend – This is a blend of sodium, coconut water, watermelon juice and Disodium Phosphate to keep you hydrated even during tough workouts. They also help with proper nerve function.

Tart Cherry Juice – Has been shown to reduce muscle damage from intense workouts



This product costs around $35 for 30 servings which is well above average. That will last you one month if you take it once a day and can be a bit expensive for some people.


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The manufacturer says you can take 1 scoop after a workout or for max effect you can use 2 scoops. That seems like a waste though since 5 grams of creatine is the optimal amount and more does not have any benefit, aside from the manufacturer selling more creatine.


  • 4 grams of creatine monohydrate
  • 1 gram Creatine HCL for sensitive stomachs
  • 7 grams of BCAA’s
  • Taurine to reduce soreness
  • Electrolytes for tough workouts
  • Excellent reviews
  • Great flavor


  • Uses artificial flavoring
  • Pricey – high cost per serving

Cell Tech Hyper-Build – Overall Analysis

Cell Tech Hyper-Build is definitely one of the best products out there and the reviews are all very good. We like the combination of creatine monohydrate and creatine HCL as well as their use of BCAA’s for extra muscle building especially with the 4 grams of L-Leucine. Another nice thing we like is that the labeling is straightforward and they don’t hide anything in a blend like many manufacturers do.

This one has some of the best reviews when it comes to taste as well so if the taste is important to you then you will be happy with this one. We should mention they use artificial flavoring to make the taste and we prefer it to be natural. The cost on this one is pretty high as well as over $1 per dose, this could be an issue for some people where money is tight.

Overall if you like a nice all-in-one muscle and strength building supplement then this one is a good choice and one you can’t go wrong with. It has everything you want and you will be happy with it and the results. While it says to use 1-2 scoops I would stay with just the 1 scoop as it saves money and the second scoop is unnecessary and just goes to emptying your wallet faster.

Grade = A-

Website  – www.muscletech.com