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1285 Muscle And XM Recovery Review

By November 21, 2013 12

1285 Muscle And XM Recovery
Reviewed By:
Rob Miller
1.5 OUT OF 5.0
User Reviews: 0

“Lean muscle in a bottle? Get six pack abs in just one month with these two muscle supplements that celebrities use”. That’s the ad that I just came across while browsing on Facebook. Have you seen it as well? Well, these ads are popping up all over the place and there seems to be a new one posted everyday. Apparently, some celebrities have been using some secret combination of supplements that help to get them ripped. And all of a sudden they want to release this info to the general public.

Apparently, staff reporter Brian Stevens has investigated this weird muscle solution that is quickly becoming popular around the world. Celebrities like Daniel Craig and Gerard Butler have lost count of body fat while using these two products.

The editor of this supposedly Men’s Life and Health article goes on to establish his results over a four-week time.. In the first seven days, he says that he gained 3 pounds lean muscle mass. After just two weeks he had more energy and was sleeping more selling than ever. By the end of this test, he says that he gained an unbelievable amount of muscle up to 16 pounds. But, of course, he couldn’t have done it without 1285 muscle and X and recovery.

What is 1285 muscle and XM recovery?

1285 muscle and xm recoveryHe goes on to say that these products not only build lean muscle mass, but also flush out toxins out of the body. They even say that 1285 muscle and XM recovery have actually been featured in ESPN magazine, although we couldn’t find any evidence of that.

1285 muscle has apparently been clinically proven to enhance athletic performance, pump more blood into the muscles, and deliver nutrients to muscles at a faster rate. Initially, I thought that 1285 muscle would contain L Argentine, but was surprised when I found out it didn’t. According to the proxy official website, it contains calcium, Foley, else, vitamin C, lovage, and L citrulline.

L taurine and L citrulline are both nonessential amino acids, and are often found in many of the foods that we. We all know that calcium helps build strong bones, but it does so more likely in the development stage of growth, and not as much when you are in your 20s and 30s. Folate is just a fancy term for vitamin B12, which is supposed to help repair cells.

XM recovery on the other hand has been proven to increase the number of calories burned, fight free radical damage, and help to increase energy and fight the peak.  Otherwise known as extreme muscle recovery, this formula supposedly helps you recover faster from your workouts to help build lean muscle. It’s actually an HGH supplement, and claims it has results within just a few weeks of starting it.

Unlike 1285 muscle, finding the ingredients and XM recovery was a bit of a mystery. Undoubtedly, it probably contains some other sorts of branched-chain amino acids. I tried searching for a picture of the label, but came up short.

Just like 1285 muscle, it does not appear to be sold in stores like GNC, vitamin Shoppe, or Walmart.

So what’s the catch?

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Will The Real Bryan Stevens Please Stand Up

The first thing that we noticed was that there is actually no Men’s life and health magazine, that was the first red flag. As a matter fact, if you try and click on some of the other links on this editorial they all go to the 1285 muscle or XM recovery pages.  Don’t believe me? Click on the login, subscribe, or any of the social sharing icons at the top of the page. Does anything happen? I didn’t think so.

Second, Brian Stevens, as a writer, doesn’t exist… At least not on paper. The second thing I noticed was, that this is clearly an advertisement. And it says so right at the top of the page if you look very, very closely.

Another thing I noticed was that they had said that their products have, other than ESPN, been seen in such numerous publications like Maxim magazine, Playboy, and men’s health. But when I searched these products website, and even emailed some of their editors, they have never heard of them. Go figure.

Free Trial Scam

What really is the kicker here is the free trials of 1285 muscle and XM recovery. You see, these are really just free trials, not free samples like they would lead you to believe. I know this, because I actually ordered 1285 muscle. Click here to read my review. What they essentially do is charge you about 14 days after you place your order for the product, usually in the area of around $80 EACH! What’s worse is they actually put you into what’s called an auto rebill program, where they charge you every 30 days for the product and keep sending it until you cancel.

Sure, you can send the product back whenever you want to but there is a $15 restocking fee per unit returned, not to mention the cost of shipping. My question is, why do they even make you send it back if it was free in the first place?

So will 1285 muscle and XM recovery really work?

Most likely not. They’re deceptive marketing practices are obviously out to separate you from your money. We’ve seen this scam time and time again, but it never ceases to amaze me how often these products names get changed up. They basically keep doing the same thing but they change up the name of the product. They will even register the product in a different country, making it impossible to track down those responsible.

Sometimes I feel like I’m beating a dead horse went right these articles, simply because there are so many of these combo scams floating around on the Internet. I figure that if I can just save a couple of guys, then it might be all worth it. Hopefully you will heed my advice and either cancel your order, or just not even order it at all.

Have you used 1285 muscle and XM recovery? Leave your review below.

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  1. Vincent L. April 5, 2014 at 12:27 pm - Reply

    Hi Rob – you are “a good egg” – thanks for your article – I know you have helped 100′s if not thousands avoid this scam. Karma will reward you. All the best.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller April 6, 2014 at 1:46 am - Reply

      Thanks Vincent. Glad to help!


  2. melanie zondag March 15, 2014 at 1:50 am - Reply

    My bf also fell for this and got the 1285 muscle and xmr. They r charging almost 200.00 amonth and we need to know where to call to cancel and stop the bleeding from this scam. We are on a very tight budget and just lost money for food n kids school stuff. We r not happy and need to fix this. Please help asap. Thank you

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller March 16, 2014 at 2:51 pm - Reply

      Hey Melanie,
      Here’s the contact info for these 2 products:

      1285 Muscle – You can reach us by calling: Call 800-969-3081 | UK : 0800-019-9269. You can also email any questions or comments to:

      XM Recovery – You can reach us by calling: Call US : 800-592-7840. You can also email any questions or comments to:

      Hope this helps and good luck!


  3. Calin March 8, 2014 at 2:17 pm - Reply

    I knew it from the start it is a scam and I searched the net finding your page!I am glad someone tells the truth to those who look for it!God job!

  4. Jared February 27, 2014 at 10:19 am - Reply

    Maybe you guys should start reading the terms and conditions before buying anything online. it cant be a scam if it tells you the process of the trial in the terms and conditions and you dont read them, then cry because you were billed.nobodys fault but your own.

  5. Dan February 6, 2014 at 5:32 pm - Reply

    I fell for this scam myself, the two products “Bryan Stevens” reviewed this time were Optimal Stack, and Trig X2, and I saw all of the comments below, and quickly clicked the links to get my trials for only the price of free shipping and handling. I was deciding to wait until my exercise and diet routine were more consistent before I opened either bottle, then while reviewing recent charges on my card noticed a charge for 87.47 for Optimal Stack and 89.99 for Trig X2, I was really upset then they gave me their pitch about if you don’t call back within the trial period, you will get charged for the full thirty day supply. I canceled both, at least I hope I did, and am sending back both bottles to the respective companies, and will be watching my credit card statement very closely to see if they refund me, and stop billing me. I should have known it would be a scam, I just thought oh, Men’s Health is a respected magazine, they wouldn’t allow a staff writer to post something so misleading… hopefully this lesson only costs me the price of shipping they initially charged me, and my cost to ship it back. Such shady and misleading business practices, wish something could be done to shut them down.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller February 7, 2014 at 2:02 am - Reply

      Hey Dan,
      I know exactly what you mean. It’s hard to imagine how they can get away with this, but clearly, they do. Best of luck to you.


  6. Matt January 9, 2014 at 12:54 am - Reply

    It’s kind of ironic, but a Men’s life and health magazine online article is what led me to purchase the combo of Elevate GF and Trig X2. Their free trial products are like $87.47 and $89.99 respectively. Sounds like I am one of the ones who have been scammed. Luckily I ordered it tonight and will cancel tomorrow.

  7. randy j January 4, 2014 at 11:35 pm - Reply

    hate to say it…but I fell for it….luckily I still have some skepticism left…hahaha…. and decided to look up more info before I actually started using the products…and came across your site….which made me realize it was a “free trial” not a free sample….which also made me ACTUALLY read the terms and conditions….so thanks….looks like you saved me hundreds of dollars on a product that doesn’t work…..

  8. Clayton Easley January 2, 2014 at 4:49 pm - Reply

    I looked for the last two days for the “Men’s life and health magazine” by Brian Stevens. I read it the other day and was going to order the supplements this morning. Just by chance I found this page and you saved me from falling for the scam. Thanks a lot and I am going to fallow you in the future.

    • Rob Miller
      Rob Miller January 3, 2014 at 12:55 am - Reply

      Hey Clayton,
      Glad I could help and that you like the site. Feel free to like us on Facebook and tell your friends. Did you decide on a supplement yet?


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