Are you wondering if jack3d is the right product for you? Are you slightly concerned about the negative side effects that you have heard about?
This article will reveal my honest opinion about usp labs Jack3d and whether you should use it.
First I want you to look at the above diagram that I have created. There are 3 points along the line starting with a meth user, an average person and then finally a pro bodybuilder on steroids.
I want you to think about the types of bodies that each one of these people have…
The meth user is going to be really skinny and weak. The average person is going to have some muscle mass and then the pro bodybuilder is going to have a ton of muscle mass and size.
Now if you are the average person your goal is going to be to increase your muscle size and strength (I presume). Now in order to do this you have to do more of what the bodybuilder is doing and less of what the meth user is doing right?
In order to go from average to bodybuilder size you need to consume more calories (good calories like steak, chicken, fish, brown rice, brown bread, olive oil, cottage cheese etc), workout at the gym, sleep enough hours and get enough oxygen and fresh air. All these things will promote good health and provide the environment to grow muscle mass.
A product like Jack3d (and other pre workout supplements) however tend to do the exact opposite. See jack3d is basically a amphetamine. It contains DMAA (dimethylamylamine) which will hype you up and give you more energy but it will also put more stress on your muscles and your nervous system which will slow down recovery and slow down muscle growth. In other words, it will more likely take you closer to looking like a meth user than it will to a bodybuilder or fitness model.
So my honest jack3d review is that you don’t use it. Spend the money on a good workout program instead of a flashy supplement that won’t give you the results you want.