LeanFire XT Video Review

By: Rob Miller
Fact Checked On: 5-28-2018
Leanfire Xt Real Review And Results
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Thinking about trying Lean Fire XT? I’ve personally tested it.

Watch my video review here and learn more about the ingredients, side effects, where to buy, and more.

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Hey guys.

Rob here again with supplementcritique.com.

And in today’s review, we’re going to be talking about Leanfire XT.

Leanfire XT is made by the company called force factor.

They make a bunch of other different products, including the original force factor, test X180, Test X180 original, ignite alpha, force factor volcano.

They make a whole different, a bunch of different products.

Anyway, I’m gonna talk a little bit about the product first, but if you like to go ahead and skip ahead to my results, you can just click on the link in the description box below.

It’ll take you to my website supplementcritique.com, where I go into my written results.

So with Leanfire XT, as opposed to a lot of the other thermogenic fat burners that are out there, that say, you know, they’re basically going to increase thermogenesis, boost metabolism, increase the body’s demand for energy, so that, you know, only fat is destroyed. Leanfire XT takes it a step further.

What they actually do is they focus very very specifically on the cognitive component, which is essential, if you want to call it, the mind-body connection.

That’s critical to helping you reach your goals.

Basically what it does is it helps to produce kind of like a clean energy, while helping to reduce the nervous anxiety, that often accompanies even the best endurance boosts.

So Leanfire XT is broken down into three different blends.

The first one that you have is the fat incineration blend, and that contains green tea leaf extract, l-carnitine, cayenne pepper fruit extract, and bio parry.

The second blend is a metabolic mind matrix, and the ingredients in that are [INAUDIBLE 01:42], 150 milligrams of caffeine, and a substance called Theacream.

And finally it’s rounded out with pure energy complex, which basically contains DMAE, [INAUDIBLE 01:55] bitter orange extract, which is basically synephrine. And [INAUDIBLE 01:59].

As you can probably tell from the ingredients, it’s very stimulant heavy.

One of the recommendations that they put on the label is that you start off with the smallest possible dosage, which I believe is just one capsule.

As you can see, it’s pretty stimulant heavy, that’s one of the reasons why they actually tell you to start off the lowest possible dosage.

Me personally, I started off with one capsule, but some guys that are very used to taking anything with stimulants in it, you may want to start a little bit higher.

But I always recommend that you start with the lowest possible dosage, as well.

One of the best things about Leanfire XT is it’s probably one of the only supplements that I’ve ever come across, that actually seems to give a crap about what they’re giving you.

And the reason why I say that, is because they actually have this, they called the force factor cookbook and a 12-week workout journal.

And basically, throughout this whole cookbook, there’s like something like sixty different recipes for everything, from breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

And then in the 12-week journal, it basically allows you to track your workouts, so you can, you know, keep track of your progress.

Nobody else does this, I haven’t seen hardly any other supplement company at least, that actually does this. So it’s actually really nice.

As for my personal results, I got a free trial bottle of Leanfire XT about a month ago, I finally had a chance to try it out.

I really only have a few pounds to shave off, but it’s the type of weight that proves to be pretty stubborn of actually coming off, you know.

It’s the kind that, where you really push hard in your workouts, you live on grilled chicken and rice, you know, abstain from alcohol, drink water all day, and you still can’t seem to get the weight off. there’s very stubborn belly fat and most guys deal with this, especially once they reach my age, which is in the mid-30s.

I could definitely say for a fact, that Leanfire XT definitely works.

I definitely felt more intense focus, more concentration at the gym, I was pushing out more reps.

It definitely gave me that mental edge that they kind of talk about on their website, and on the GNC site.

A lot of websites or a lot of fat burners, and pre-workout supplements, all they really do is just pump in a bunch of stimulants, and they get you physically energized and ramped up to go to your workouts.

But they don’t really take care of the mental aspect of it, and to be honest, that’s like, in my opinion, eighty percent of it is mental.

Getting into it, and getting into your workouts, and pushing through on those last reps that you don’t normally would, you know.

Especially with a stimulant heavy, that just focuses on the caffeine and synephrine, stuff like that.

They don’t really work as well, because they lack that mental component. So did it help me realize my goal? I guess I would say sort of.

As I mentioned earlier, the directions on Leanfire XT label state that you should start off with one capsule to assess your tolerance, which is exactly what I did.

I personally tend to be very sensitive to stimulants, so I want to proceed with caution.

I took the recommended dose about an hour before hanging to the gym, on a totally empty stomach, first thing in the morning, I skipped my usual 2 cups of coffee.

But after 20 minutes I could definitely feel the caffeine from the pills kicking in.

I ended up doing a pretty heavy leg session, and I even finished it off with a 5k run.

And yes, I am one of those guys that actually does running and cardio after I do legs.

After about three hours, then I took the first dose, I felt a little bit of a crash.

I decided to take a short 15-minute nap, and then I took another capsule about an hour after my post-workout meal.

And once again I could feel the effects kicking in right after about 20 minutes or so.

One thing I noticed was that it seemed like my appetite was completely disappeared.

I was like literally having to force myself eat dinner that night.

Since I didn’t really feel like I was overstimulated the first day, I decided to take 2 capsules on an empty stomach the following morning.

This time I really seemed to feel the energy coursing through my veins, it was almost akin to if I had drunk like 3 or 4 cups of coffee, which I normally only have like 2. I kept using it for about 2 weeks and finally decided to weigh myself in.

I had originally started off at about 187 pounds, and I ended up right around the 184-pound mark.

Did I lose any of the fat around my belly?

I may have lost a little bit, but one thing I definitely noticed was that I seem to have lost the stubborn fat that accrues in other places like I felt, I feel more defined, basically, from it.

And when I say that I felt more defined, I actually feel like I may have lost a little bit of muscle.

There are definitely ways that you can avoid this, if I would have started over again, I probably would have just like increased my protein intake, and may be supplemented with a few other things, but I didn’t do that and, you know, I ended up losing probably a pound or two muscle if I had to guess.

I guess, undoubtedly, I’m probably going to have some guys leaving comments below, that are complaining about the free trial and that’s something that I wanted to talk about real quick.

So when you sign up for the free trial of Leanfire XT you basically have, I think it’s like 14 days to try it out, and at the end of those 14 days you’re gonna end up getting charged.

I don’t know exactly how much, but you will end up getting charged, and most guys that sign up for it they think that they’re getting a sample of it when in reality they’re actually just getting a trial for it.

So if you’re, if this is a product that you really want to try out, but you’re not sure if you want to buy it, then you know I would be aware that the free trial actually will end up charging you down the road.

If you’re somebody who feels like you could need a boost in your workouts or you need to lose weight, I think that this is definitely a good product.

I would also recommend that maybe instead of getting the free trial, that you actually go to your local GNC and buy it there, or you can also find that on Amazon.

So anyway, that’s pretty much all I have for Leanfire XT.

It’s definitely a good supplement, I would definitely recommend it.

I would probably put it in my top five fat burners if I had such a list.

But if you have any questions, you can leave them in the comment section below or you can send me an email to contact@supplementcritique.com, and I’ll try to get back to you as soon as I can.

And I’ll be back soon with another review.

Take care.

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Author: Rob Miller

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Rob Miller founded SupplementCritique.com over 7 years ago, and has been the chief editor ever since. He has a diploma in Advanced Dietary Supplements Advisor, and worked at GNC for 3 years. He KNOWS supplements, both inside and out. Rob currently resides in Jupiter, FL, with his wife of 4 years.  Learn more about him in his Bio here. Follow him on Twitter , Facebook, LinkedIn, or find him on Google +.