The last time you were on Facebook or mostly any other main social media site, you might have seen a few ads for these crazy magical combinations of certain supplements.
We know that you’ve been a witness to these crazy ads – “1 pill can add 500% more muscle – but is it even legal?”
Sometimes the marketing even gets a little creative with it. They’ll wet your interest by saying that this strange technique is going to help you build muscle or this weird superfruit is the answer to your prayers.
But lately, we’ve been seeing a lot of this certain pre-workout booster – 1285 Muscle. The marketing also boasts that this specific product can be mixed with a lot of different supplements, things like Trig X2 or Hyper fuel 9X, just to name a few.
Advertised as a pre-workout nitric oxide booster, the instructions state that it should be taken on a daily basis, the user also needs to be coupled with a good amount of exercise in order to see the best outcome.
Now, the idea behind nitric oxide is that our body produces it naturally, and it has a role with how our adrenaline and hormones are released. And why nitric oxide is good for supplementing is because is because it’s used through L-Arginine, which is totally natural. And according to many clinical studies, this amino acid is great at helping out your heart.
1285 Muscle Ingredients…
The ingredients in 1285 Muscle include things like the L-Arginine, along with Vitamin C, L-Taurine, CoQ10, L-Citrulline, L-Norvaline,and Calcium.
We decided to do a little research to see what the daily dose looks like, but we couldn’t find exactly how much –just that it has to be taken every single day.
If you want to want to buy it, it looks like the only spot you’re going to be able to do so is on their website. So when you head over to Walmart, Vitamin Shoppe or GNC, you won’t see 1285 Muscle on their shelves or on their website. Plus, it seems like you’re only able to purchase it in Canada or the United States.
There isn’t much information about this product – just that you can’t take it if you’re under 18, if you’re pregnant or if you’re nursing. As with all supplements you shouldn’t take it without asking your doctor or physician beforehand.
In terms of cancelation, you have to get in touch with customer service, who will give you the instructions on how to return things.
If you take a look at the ingredients list alone, it’s a pretty safe list. So we can’t see any kinds of risks associated with just the ingredients list.
What Others Have Said About 1285 Muscle…
When we looked around for 1285 Muscle reviews, we didn’t see much. In fact, what we did see what pretty disappointing. They are very clearly paid actors who have likely never taken the supplement.
In fact, most of them are part of that Fiverr website. Basically they will do a review of just about any product or supplement for the low price of $5. And since they’re actors we can’t exactly take their word for it.
If you’ve done any research on the product, you might have seen some crazy claims that it was featured on Men’s Health website. Newsflash – this actually isn’t true. It’s on a website that looks a lot like men’s health but actually isn’t. It isn’t associated with any kind of popular fitness or news spot.
Unfortunately, this is one of those companies that like to randomly charge your card for about $90. Even though they promise the whole free trial aspect, apparently you give a verbal confirmation to charge your card when you accept this. Since we didn’t find the product to be effective at all, in fact, a lot of people have compared it to just taking a sugar pill – not very successful at all.
So one of the pluses – it has a lot of L-Arginine and a ton of other amino acids.
Is 1285 Muscle Worth Paying For?
Now, for the negatives. After about 2 weeks, you’re going to see a charge of $90 on your card. And because there isn’t really much in terms of a refund, you might get screwed out of your money. Plus, with all the fake reviews, it’s hard to give this supplement any kind of recommendation. You aren’t going to find it in Walmart, GNC, or Vitamin Shoppe. And there might be a reason for it.
Based on the lack of legit reviews, and some pretty shady ones mixed in with downright terrible reviews, we’re going to tell you that this supplement is going to be a waste of your time. Because it’s so expensive and because their cancelation policy and automatic charging is pretty unfair, we think it would be in your best interests to skip this one. There are a lot of other products available at your local retailer that get the job done right – and won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
But based on the reviews you’ll see online, you can tell for yourself. Not one of the people who claim they’ve gotten something positive out of it are legit. The only reviews you can believe are the ones that are negative, because those come from real users. And most of these users says the supplement literally did nothing for them – they saw no kind of advantages at all. In fact, many of them questioned if there was even anything helpful in the supplement.
All of this information is exactly what you don’t want with your supplement. While we agree you may need to experiment a little, we get that – but you don’t want to experiment with high priced products that will keep charging you even after you cancel the product.
In case you didn’t pick up on it yet, we’re pretty against this product. Our advice is an all around no. Keep looking and keep trying other more affordable options that have decent reviews, because this is not one of them.
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