X-Fit Trainer Review
Sometimes, a wide variety of benefits may not be the best option for you. If you are simply trying to build muscle and get big, you probably don’t want a product that burns fat. X-Fit Trainer is a pre workout supplement that offers a wide range of benefits, but comes at a high price.
X-Fit Trainer is made by MHP and is sold at retail price for $50. If you are looking for a pre workout supplement that just builds muscle and improves your workout, you may not like X-Fit Trainer. However, if you want to burn fat and increase energy substantially, this supplement may be worth looking at.
X-Fit Trainer contains some unique ingredients, and some popular ones that we have all seen before. What makes X-Fit Trainer really unique is that it contains fat burning ingredients. It also focuses most of its efforts on increasing energy. While there are muscle and strength building ingredients, the biggest effect you will likely experience will be a boost in energy. Here is a quick look at the ingredients we found on the label:
Creatine: Popular pre workout ingredient that increases muscle strength and boosts energy.
Beta Alanine: Works to reduce lactic acid buildup, allowing for a more effective workout with less muscle fatigue.
Withania somnifera: When you workout, your body produces the catabolic hormone, cortisol. Withania somnifera works to fight against cortisol and build muscle.
Guarana: Natural extract from Brazil that boosts energy.
Yerba Mate: Containing caffeine, this natural extract works with guarana to increase energy.
Green Tea: Studies have shown green tea as an effective fat burner, especially when combined with caffeine.
Raspberry Ketone: Works to alter the breakdown of lipids, making weight loss more efficient.
What We Like
We’ll start with the flavor of X-Fit Trainer. This supplement comes in two flavors: citrus lime and cranberry orange. There may be some downsides to powder supplements like the aftertaste, but for now it appears X-Fit Trainer actually tastes good.
The ingredients in X-Fit Trainer are generally proven to be effective. There are some ingredients like raspberry ketone that have only been tested among animals, but for the most part, X-Fit Trainer appears effective.
What We Dislike
We understand that X-Fit Trainer is versatile and does more than just build muscle and increase strength, but the cost of one container is out of the price range for most consumers. One container lasts around 20 days and can cost around $50. If you are actually trying to burn fat while workout out, this may be a reasonable price, but if you just want to build muscle and improve your workouts, you don’t want to spend $50 on creatine and beta alanine.
Also, there may be some side effects associated with increasing energy levels as much as X-Fit Trainer does. The makers of X-Fit Trainer claim that you can experience 79% more energy, but the consequences of that can be negative. For example, side effects may include restlessness, jitters, caffeine crash, headache, nausea, etc. If you’ve ever been hopped up on caffeine, you know how it feels.
What We Suggest
X-Fit Trainer is not for everyone. If you are simply looking to build muscle, increase strength, and reduce fatigue you may not want to try this supplement because of the additional effects it offers. However, if you are trying to burn fat and increase energy along with building muscle and increasing strength, this supplement may give you the desired results. It depends on what you want.