Athlean-RX XLR8 Review – Does It Work?

By: Rob Miller
3 User Reviews
Fact Checked On: 5-15-2018


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1. Athlean-RX XLR8 Overview

There are lots of different ways to approach the post workout period.

There’s not much dispute that you need help to recover, but some guys do it with a meal, some with a protein shake, and some with a dedicated post workout products.

Athlean-RX XLR8 is one of those dedicated post workout products.

It comes from Athlean-RX, the supplement arm of Jeff Cavaliere’s all around workout products and programs company.

We decided to take a look and see if this is an appropriate way for you to go.

What Athlean-RX XLR8 can provide is that range of nutrients your muscles are craving after you’ve pushed them as far as they can go.

They will heal and rebuild, better than before, but they need the tools that Athlean-RX XLR8 gives them, and they need them as soon after your workout as possible.

Athlean-RX XLR8 Review2. Athlean-RX XLR8 Ingredients

Athlean-RX XLR8 attempts to give your recovering body all that it needs.

This includes:

  • Whey Protein Isolate/Concentrate Blend for rapid absorption of high quality amino acids needed for full repair and recovery, and Athlean-RX XLR8 uses only the most pure.
  • Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) are 3 amino acids needed to stimulate protein synthesis to repair damaged muscle tissue.

    BCAAs also help minimize post workout muscle soreness.
  • Waxy Maize which is a quickly absorbed carbohydrate for sustained energy.
  • Kre-Alkalyn which is a form of creatine that’s easily assimilated into the body for use.

    You get the benefits of muscle energy and repair but none of the drawbacks like bloat.
  • ALA which helps the rest of the ingredients to be better utilized so you don’t lose any of their benefit.
  • 5-Methyl-7Methoxyisoflavone which increases protein synthesis while preserving bone strength to improve overall recovery.

3. Athlean-RX XLR8 Pros and Cons

Advantages of Athlean-RX XLR8

  • It functions as a dedicated post workout recovery formula which is an often overlooked component of a workout supplement regimen.

Disadvantages of Athlean-RX XLR8

  • I haven’t found Athlean-RX XLR8 reviews from customers to get real opinions on how it works.
  • It only comes in one flavor.

4. Where to Buy

You can purchase Athlean-RX XLR8through the official Althenn X website.

The 30 serving tub costs $64.99.

5. Conclusion

Neglecting post workout recovery is a mistake a lot of guys make. Athlean-RX XLR8 makes it easy ot get what you need without having to make a complicated meal.I wish there were more customer feedback we could go on, but there isn’t.

Short of that, I wish there were a money back guarantee, but there doesn’t seem to be one explicitly explained.

Athlean-RX XLR8 may work quite well, but I think there are other, more affordable and more well known options.

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Athleanx XLR8

By dave,  May 25, 2016

A bit expensive, but mixes well (better with water than milk). Seems to do the job as I am 56 and still making gains in combination with Jeff's programs.


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By Gay,  Aug 16, 2017

I am a 73-year-old woman. I swim laps and after using Athlean-RX XLR8 I could feel a big difference.


I had more energy. I love the taste.


There are no allergic reactions. I am trying to reorder now.


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By Rwilly,  Apr 14, 2015

Honestly the worst tasting protein I’ve tasted. It mixes smoothly but tastes horrendous.


The nutrients are great with the down side being the taste quality…

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