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When it comes to supplements we all know you
have got a lot of options. But I am going to show you today why these
3 are the best options that you can make when it comes to supplementing around your workout
schedule. [Music Intro] What’s up guys? Jeff Cavaliere AthleanX.com Now I should say Athlean-Rx. I promised you last week we would be taking
a look into supplements. And the importance of making right decisions
when it comes to what you put in your body. We all know like I said in the intro. There are a lot of choices when it comes to
supplements these days. Unfortunately, we have to deal with a lot
of bad choices. I think we have to deal with a lot of confusion,
too, as to what do we actually need,- and what don’t we need. And I think a step further is, when do we
actually need this stuff? Because there are very particular times when
you should take certain supplements, that are actually going to have an effect. That if you take it later in the day, or too
far removed from your workout, or not too close to the workout beforehand- You are not going to get any results, whereas
you would have, had you taken it at the right time. So thinking about all this stuff We know there’s a lot of ways we can take
our supplements. We can take them individually. We know that creatine is a good supplement. We know glutamine is good. We know whey protein, branched chain amino
acids… We have pre-workout stimulants. We have lots and lots of choices. But again, there is confusion, because at
the end of the day We line up with 20 or 30 bottles in front
of you on the counter. And you are not sure when you should be taking
them. So that brings me to Athlean-Rx. And I want to tell you guys exactly what went
into this. Months and months-you probably remember if
you were following me here on YouTube, or even on Facebook Even my blog-the updates were on a descending
path for a long time. That is because I was so wrapped up and busy
in creating my own supplement line. Because I was really fed up with what I had
as options out there. We have covered this whole pre-workout video
before About how I absolutely hate 1,3-Dimeth And how it is in actually every single supplement
these days. I am telling you it is going to be banned. And you don’t need to be putting it in your
body. That was kind of the jump off point, in me
saying that I have to get something better out there that you guys can take reliably. So I went and basically wrapped myself up
in what can I produce can I do to produce the best supplement line out there. And I really believe that I did. 1-2- and 3 that’s it. Now you are going to notice that all the other
supplements are in here. I was actually able to get everything that
you need, exactly when you need it. So I want to show you here, in the pieces,
exactly what goes in Rx-1, Rx-2 and Rx-3, what makes them different, and when you should
take them. So let’s first start taking a look at Athlean
Rx-1. So we are talking about pre-workout here and
Athlean Rx-1. I have already talked about, again, the other
stuff that I don’t like. Every single workout these days now is including
1,3-dimethylamylamine, which I have talked about in a separate video, if you haven’t
seen it. Actually I will probably just link it up here. You can go watch that video if you are. If you have taken that supplement, watch that
video Then come back and watch this one. I think it is very important for me to get
that message out to you. I don’t think you should be taking it. But as far as Athlean Rx-1, now this video
might be a little bit more of the extended version here. Like that 13 tips video that I did a while
back for abs. But you guy said you liked it. I want to get into the details that you understand,
what it is that you are putting in your body. With Athlean Rx-1, I kind of broke it down
just a little bit here, a little bit of a cheat sheet. We have different areas of focus. Now we are talking about pre-workout. What is the goal? The goal is to have an ability to generate
energy to get you to the workout. And you have to have the energy to be able
to sustain it. So you can through the work without a drop-off Because again, if this is for performance,
for with my athletes. We don’t want to have a good burst of energy
for the start of the game, but a tail-off in performance by the end of the game. So we want to get the energy, and be able
to sustain it. And we also want to do this without dehydrating
you. Because we know a lot of the pre-workout stimulants,
are dehydrators. So if you look at what we did here in Athlean
Rx-1. For our energy component we have both the
natural and herbal form of caffeine. So caffeine anhydrous would be the clinical
version of caffeine. And we have guarana Which is our herbal version of caffeine. Now why would I use caffeine? Because it is the most researched, safe, pre-workout
stimulus that you can put in your body. It is approved also by all organizations:
the National Anti-Doping Agency. Everything is approved with caffeine. So we use very, very safe levels of this. Now you want to get enough for a stimulant
effect. Just slightly more than a cup of coffee, but
well underneath the levels that would produce jitters, and nerves. And any side effects that would deter from
your performance. So we have both of those and taurine, the
main component of Red Bull. And green tea, that has been researched. The active ingredient in green tea can help
with metabolism, and increasing your ability to generate the energy from the food that
you are eating. So, we have got that component. The next thing we have is our ability to continue
this energy drive throughout your workout. Here you will see things like your B-vitamins:
the B-12, again a major component of 5-Hour Energy. Which is really all that is. Beta-alanine, acetyl-carnitine, tyrosine. Now let me just point out here Beta-alanine. Beta-alanine, how that works is the beta-alanine
shows–studies have actually been done on humans guys. Not on animals and lab rats, but on human
studies. Have shown that it can increase carnosine
content in your muscle cells. In your type-2 muscle fibers by about 52 percent. Even just over a short period of time, like
4 weeks. What that does is, that helps provide a buffer
for lactic acid. So as you start to work out, start to have
lactic acid build-up, carnosine via the beta-alanine is going to
help to deter that. And prolong your time to fatigue. Acetyl-carnitine: it can actually take the
acetyl group Which again- it is a little bit nerdy. I have been here before guys. We have talked a little bit in this nerdy
direction. But just so you understand what it is. And how it works. It donates that acetyl group to another called
acetyl-CoA. Which is an enzyme that helps run, really
is the gasoline that runs the metabolic cycle. So again we don’t have to get into all the
metabolic cycles. But this is the one responsible for you generating
your energy And acetyl-CoA is the gasoline that drives
that engine. So we can donate the acetyl group to that,
to recycle and replenish that. So you will have longer, more sustained energy. Then again tyrosine. Very effective supplements here guys. Very effective compounds that do the job,
do them well and safely. Next thing you’ll notice we have branched-chain
amino acids. People are very familiar with branched-chain
amino acids. But not in the sense of being a pre-workout
addition. And I can tell you it is an overlooked requirement. Because branched-chain amino acids already
broken down into their metabolized form can provide not only some useful energy. To get you through your workout. But they are doing so in a small enough dose
that it is not causing too much of an overload on your stomach. At the same time it is setting that stage
for the post-workout reconstruction. That you are going to want to have happen
in your muscle cells. Because we are going to supply them there
again too. But here you have almost that sort of jump
start on it. So to me a pre-workout that ignores branched-chain
amino acids is not a wise idea. We didn’t do that in Athlean Rx-1. Then we have arginine, AKG-alpha-ketoglutarate. These are things that actually help with the
ability to drive blood-flow to the muscles. So we can recruit more blood to the muscles. Provide more energy and take away some of
that lactic acid. Flush it out. It is just a better way. Now some guys will take it for the muscle
pump That they are supposedly providing in this
supplement. But I am not a big believer in that. You might experience a little of that. But long-term that is not going to help too
much. Except as I said, more for the vanity aspects
of taking it. For the most part, the real key here is that
those are actually going to bring blood to the muscles. The working muscles, and assist them in functioning
longer. Then finally we don’t leave anything out in
Rx. We include electrolytes as well. So we might get a little bit of a dehydrating
effect because of the caffeine. But we want to be able to hydrate through
water. Drinking water, by actually mixing this with
water. But at the same time bringing the electrolytes
to replenish that. You never want to try and replenish just water
without the electrolytes. You want to have them both. Athlean Rx has them both in there. So guys as I am saying, you can get a lot
of these things individually. There are a lot of other brands out there. Unfortunately every single brand that I know
of is dipping into that realm of 1,3-Dimeth. Because people are asking for that and want
that. I am telling you, not only is it not safe
for you. But there are alternatives that are 100 % safe That are not only going to provide that immediate
burst of energy But provide that long-term sustained energy That you are going to need to get through
your workout. So Athlean Rx-1 guys. I am telling you It actually tastes really good too. I will move on now. We are going to go into the post-workout. This you want to take 30 minutes or so before
your workout. We are going to go to the post-workout next.

100 thoughts on “PREWORKOUT Supplements – “Workout Supplement ATHLEAN-Rx SERIES”

  1. Been taking the ATHLEAN RX supplement for a week now and it works better then any other products i have put together. Jeff you did a great job with your product Im glad i paid for your product stage 3 has help so much with my sleep pattern and muscle build at night. If you don't like him charging for a products don't look at his products

  2. Finally a product that combines everything an athlete needs while omitting all of the filler. Reconstruxtion in particular is phenomenal when it comes to recovering from a strenuous workout. Great line.

  3. @p0k3sMoT42o jeff is an extremely successful person…he is trying to help, its that simple…i doubt very much that he 'needs' to sell something…jeff is a very smart/successful guy that just so happens to be into fitness, nutrition, and exercise who just so happens to want to use his knowledge so others can benefit

  4. @p0k3sMoT42o Life isn't free. Neither is maintaining a fit body. As a matter of fact why don't you create videos and help us all for free.

  5. I like that you actually explain how and why different things work, a lot of people I know try to advocate certain things they use but don't really have a good justification for why they use it.

  6. Jeff is probably the only person in the personal training world that I even trust. I sat in stagnation, even with my own research, and barely showed any results. Then I found Jeff and everything changed. He has put so many useful videos on here! I've taken all his advice and tips and smashed all of it together into one kick ass work out and I've reaped the rewards. Plus, he puts enough dedication and care into this that I feel like he knows me personally. I trust this man. End of story.

  7. And with all the free information and help that this man has tirelessly provided for all of us to improve our health and lives, the least we can do is purchase his supplements. Not only do I trust that they are more healthy than any other product out there, but I trust they will yield better results. I'm buying the 1-2-3 package as we speak, matter o' fact. So quit complaining, this man kicked your fat ass into shape, FREE OF CHARGE. The least you can do is give back. Thanks Jeff!

  8. @segregationdontexist I was pretty much going to say all this. People on the internet are idiots though, do remember, any Joe Schmoe can buy a computer. That's why their are so many mentally challenged people spouting nonsense.

  9. @beeflorn i would say only the protein supplements, like whey protein beacause its the building block of the muscle and it also keeps your body burning fat even when your resting, taking it in the morning when you wake up is a very good option

  10. I would have binned the akg and arg and added bonded citrulline malate as theres more proven studys on it

  11. Thank you for saying this!!! Here is a guy who is GIVING AWAY HOURS OF HIS TIME ON FREE VIDEOS (which I personally have benefitted greatly from,) – and I now get to criticize him for creating and selling his own line of supplements, which he not only believes in, but lets ME decide whether or not I agree with?
    This is the very definition of a good guy, and an unashamed, credible businessman…
    Kudos to you, GyalisAndino —

  12. this is a good quality pre workout. i just make my own to save some money. what i take is 50g karbolyn (any carb is good really), bcaa 5-10g, glutamine 5g, creatine monohydrate 2.5g, beta alanine 3.2g, citrulline malate 6g, caffeine 200mg. intra workout i take karbolyn 50g, bcaa 5-10g. post workout is protein 40g, glutamine 5g, creatine smidgeon under 5g, and a greens powder. expensive at first, but cheaper in the long run and great results. if u can afford his products, DO IT. they top notch!

  13. There is nothing wrong with a man trying to make an honest buck, although it would have looked better if he finished off with a line like "Listen guys this isn't going to get you results without training and dedication, it's merely a tool that will give you an edge during your workout" is just the line I would expect it from a guy like Jeff.

  14. USPLabs never did a video explaining Jack3d to me.
    BSN never explained N.O. Xplode to me.
    Cellucor never explained C4 to me.
    Then after independent researching, I find some of the ingredients can be dangerous to my body, and they advertise I'll be in prime form at the gym.

    Now here's this guy who took the time to explain DMAA and other dangers of pre workouts. Then he advertises his Pre Workout, but he actually tells me what's in it and why he used them. This is how you advertise and inform!

  15. im 51 been training since the 1970s love your training methods!!! i have learned so much new info from u! your pre workout is the best no chemicals or crash all your supplements are the best

  16. Do the supplements ( rx 1-3) increase weight or actually make the person gain weigh? Bcs there are some supplements for weight gain. I'm taking all three and I hope they don't put on weight bcs I'm trying to loose weight lol. (Fat)

  17. I just paid a little bit more, to buy Beta Alanine, Green Tea Extract and L-Carnitine, and a few other things… looking at the ingredients of the x-cite, i should have just bought the bundle

  18. Well done Jeff.all those who hate, eff off and go do your own thing.why the hell you even on this page.

  19. Jeff, I appreciate all of your videos!  You have the best fitness Youtube channel hands down!  I believe it when you say that you want to provide the best workout supplements on the market and that you've put a lot of thought into every ingredient.  The fact that you used an all natural sweetener like stevia rather than an artificial one like sucralose clearly shows your attention to detail.  I just received your supplements in the mail, and I'm expecting great things.

    Having said that, I'm really surprised that your preworkout formula would include ingredients like cyanocabalamin, the man-made cheap version of vitamin B12 which is made from the cyanide molecule.  Why would you not use methylcobalamin, the more natural bioavailable version of vitamin B12?  Additionally, why would you include artificial flavors, coloring, and soy?  Maybe I'm being too picky and am trying to find the "perfect" supplements which probably don't exist.  In any case, I understand that you reformulate your supplements as new research information comes out, and I appreciate that about your product line.  I'm hoping that, in future versions, you will continue to refine even the finer details.

    Thanks for all that you do!

  20. i have been using your line of supplements for a month now and so far i have liked all 3. my question is, why doesn't your pre workout have as much of a "boost" or "kick in" that some of the others i have used? 

  21. Will this product continue to work day after day? I've tried other pre workouts and they worked for the first few times and than they no longer had that energy effect. 

  22. I love these supplements but I really feel I respond better to the creatine monohydrade better than the KreAlkalyn in the Post workout powder.  Is it safe to take 5g of monohydrate before my workout with Athlean xcite and then take the Kre Alkalyn in the post workout?

  23. Jeff,
    You have the best supplements money can buy. I have taken your supplements to various nutrition shops and every person I speak to say they have nothing comparable. I love your products. I have the AX-1 and the NXT Wolverine Beast Mode. Is there any way you could come up with a "valued members" plan where you give discounts to those Team Athlean members who religiously purchase your systems and your supplements?

  24. Hi Jeff what about the people who can't have caffeine what do you suggest for the pre work out RX 1 thank you

  25. So I'm working out 6 days a week, and people say that 1 h after taking the post-workout supplement I should eat a good meal, but should I ? And when I'm not working out, do I still have to take supplements or not ?

  26. Jeff, you're the only fitness channel I truly follow, and your supplements are the only ones I would love to take, but unfortunately after the exchange rate since our Canadian dollar is so bad, and shipping, I could buy three tubs at Popeyes here. Otherwise I would much prefer yours. Would your supplements ever make it to stores like gnc or Popeyes?

  27. Jeff, I notice that with the post and pre-sleep you can take with milk. Is this not recommended with Xcite? Because the orange cream is quite tart with 10oz of water. Thanks in advance for any assistance with the taste!

  28. I literally bought Athlean RX 1, 2, and 3, and just opened them today. I was wondering if my Athlean RX x-cite 1 supplement is supposed to be only half full? Because 2 and 3 are completely filled to the top, but 1 is not. I was thinking maybe it was supposed to be like that because the pre-workout supplement is a lot cheaper.

  29. I don't take creatine because of my partial seizure disorder, it makes them worse. Is R-X 1 safer than other creatines out there?

  30. I ordered and tried the pre-workout supplement. It gave me a skin disorder. Really bad stuff. I tried to return it. Customer service was non-existent. I am disappointed with Jeff Cavalier. Where is the integrity. They are quick to take money. However, they seem don't stand behind their product.

  31. Can somebody who has tried these supplements give me an honest opinion of how it works, tastes, and is it worth it? After i get done using my post workout. I'm thinking of getting this stack as i use the athlean x athlete program.

  32. I have a very labor intensive job and the only time I have available to workout is afterwards. I am 53 and have worked out since I was a teenager, still looking to put on size. Will your supplements maximize my workouts to gain size.

  33. I got the base kit today. x cite, xlr8, reconstruxion. I'll hopefully try them fir tomorrow's workout. day 3 wk 2.

  34. am I just reading the label wrong or did he take the bcaa's out of rx1 and 2??? is this a new formula and now have to buy the pills separately?

  35. Hi Jeff,

    I love your videos and respect your opinions. I know caffeine is safe however I like to stay away from it unless completely necessary — lack of sleep due to long nights studying for example. When my nutrition is on point and I am training a few times per day-6-days a week I will typically take 100% Whey Protein, Creatine, and BCAA's individually — around my workouts– along with a multivitamin. When life picks up and money is tight I typical stop Creatine and BCAA's. What would you recommend as far as supplements for me (someone who tries to limit caffeine and sees a cup of coffee more as a study drug)? A little bit of caffeine goes a long way for me and the RX-1 seems caffeine packed. I appreciate your time!

    Thanks,
    Jordan

  36. Hey Jeff! Just dropping by to let you know that the prestigious Labdoor has ran some tests on X-Cite and it's among the top 5 best pre-workout supplements! Kudos on making some quality tested premium product, man! Hope I can get them in my country some day.
    https://labdoor.com/review/athlean-rx-x-cite

  37. I am a week into working out with all 3 Rx supplements and I
    plan on sticking with it for 3 months and see my results(probably stick with it for life to be just like Jeff but idk if I'll have the motivation by then).

  38. Just curious researching the pre workout and labdoor claims they found lead and mercury in the rx1, was hoping to get your feedback on this

  39. Sad to see you've sold out to supplement selling. You're own video on PWO stated "how about just a good sleep cycle, nutrition, hydration…even a little caffeine" and now this. I guess it's about the $$$$

  40. Can preworkout taken first thing in the morning? I head to gym in the morning after I wake up usually I just drink coffee and a bread. I want to take just the pre workout. Do I need to eat something else or is it ok to take this empty stomach?

  41. I'm getting all of your supplements from now on. Thanks Jeff, my boyfriend been at it naturaly all his life till now his in Australia nrl rugby league and will appreciate the supplements to add to his life style. Thank you thank you thank you very much xo

  42. Athlean RX Xcite is rated 4 on Labdoor.com among all supplements tested. Labdoor.com is an independent lab testing company for purity and efficacy. You truly are among the best in the business, and the more I learn about supplements the more I choosing Athlean RX. Proprietary untested blends are really untrustworthy and potentially dangerous. Thanks for all advice over the years.

  43. I am hypertensive and take medications, but my blood pressure has been normal. Can I take this pre workout supplement? Can I still drink coffee before working out? Thanks! I love your program and your videos by the way. Youve help me become a healthier person.

  44. I recently purchased Jeff's RX1 X-CITE. 1. This video obviously does not represent the current RX 1 on the Athlean x website which should be updated to say the least. 2. The current 2018 rx1 works well would buy again however the shipping prices kill the value of this product. If money is an issue make your own preworkout if not buy this product it works really well.

  45. Jeff, Thanks for everything you do. My workout regime has been completely changed for the good because of you. But do you have a larger order size for the protein. It doesn't last long at all. I have to order 2 of the xlr8 to get through one month. Can you make a bigger supply for the protein?

  46. Say what I dont even need to watch the rest of the videos about your supplements. Just knowing that it's what Jeff uses and how confident he is in advertising it is enough to convince me to buy it. We trust you with our lives Jeff 😂👌

  47. When you take the complete stack of RX1 RX2 and RX3, you would be having enough creatine for the day. However, on non-workout days, one would't take RX1 and RX2. Now, I read that creatine should be taken even on off-days. Can someone help me out of this dilemma that I have about how to get creatine on non-workout days with just the Athelen X supplements?

  48. Jeff- I am with a majority of your subscribers who have been asking you to film a new series of your SUPPLEMENT LINE. (Potential Topics to cover)1) Could you please go through the new line of ingredients included in each of the RX series? 2) Why have the sizes of your supplements changed? The size you seem to sell is much smaller than what you have in your videos. Why is there no option to purchase a larger batch?3) Review the scientific aspect to each ingredient (as touched upon SOME of the topics), and their added benefits when taken together; as they are all included within one bottle/throughout the day with RX1, RX2, RX3.4) It takes time to build stores of certain things such as Creatine, does it matter that the RX-1 is not taken on the last two days of the week when following your AX-1 plan. Will that negate all stores within the body?5) annnnnnd come on. Just do it. Make a supplement shaker bottle of your own. They will sell like hotcakes! Looking forward to your response Jeff. I am a follower of AthleneX programs, a user of the supplements, and billboard for your brand via. clothing. As always, THANK YOU

  49. I have had kidney stones in 2014 mostly from my Anabolic cycle eating enormous amounts of proteins in foods and protein shakes

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