We’ve talked about a lot of pre-workout supplements for building the strong, massive, muscles you want. And these are important. But this time, we’re going to talk about a post-workout supplement called Trig X2. The purpose of a post-workout supplement is to help you recover better after your toughest workouts, so your body builds up muscle to the best of its ability.
According to the official website, when you use Trig X2, your muscles will grow faster, your metabolism will be increased, your endurance will be enhanced, your energy will be increased, and the way protein is synthesized will be improved. There are claims of clinical trials having proven the effectiveness of Trig X2, but no citations exist.
How Trig X2 Works
Figuring out how Trig X2works is a bit of a puzzler. It’s promoted as a post-workout recovery formula, but the listed benefits are mainly the same as they are for pre-workout supplements, namely increased energy, boosted metabolism and fat burning, better mental clarity and focus, even pumps during your workout.
The only mention of mechanism of action refers to the increase in Nitric Oxide which opens up blood vessels so more oxygen and nutrients get to your muscles.
Trig X2 Ingredients
There is an official Trig X2 website, but it does not contain a listing of ingredients. In the brief description of how it works, L-Arginine is mentioned, so we have to assume that this is one of the ingredients. This is a precursor to nitric oxide, so it would be beneficial in this case, but we would feel more comfortable if we were dealing with a more complete list.
Where to Buy TrigX2
If you want to purchase Trig X2, you’ll have to go through their “free trial” offer. What happens is you order a month’s supply but only pay shipping up front. If after 14 days (from the order date), you like Trig X2, you do nothing. At that point, you’ll be charged for the bottle you already received, and automatically signed up for a monthly shipping program, for which you’ll be charged $89.99 each month. If you don’t want this to happen, you need to make sure you call and cancel before your brief trial period is up. There are numerous complaints from customers who’ve been caught up in these scams, and just as many discussions about how difficult it is to get out of them once they’re put in place.
Popular Muscle Stacks Involving This Supplement:
– Trig X2 and Muscle Factor X
– Trig X2 and 1285 Muscle
– Trig X2 and Sytropin
Benefits of Trig X2
Drawbacks of Trig X2
- The ingredients are not known.
- The description of what it is (a post-workout supplement) doesn’t match up with the explanation of what it does, which points to it being a pre-workout supplement.
- The only way to purchase it is through a deceptive free trial offer.
- There are no Trig X2 reviews from customers to be found.
- You cannot buy Trig X2 in GNC
Getting in shape is hard enough. You don’t need to muddy the issue by taking an ineffective supplement and/or getting caught up in a monthly billing hassle with a company that you can’t track down. Our recommendation is to stay away from Trig X2.
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I tried this product, and found I had more energy while using it, but overall increase of benefits feel about the same of lower priced products.
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I called to cancel, as well as emailed for cancellation since I did not receive a cancellation number. I was still charged for an extra bottle @ $89. When I called their customer service number[again], I waited over 10 min before speaking to a live person. The woman who answered was breathing heavily on the phone as if she ran a mile with asthma. I requested to cancel subscription, after which she began 21 questions about the reason why I am cancelling. I also asked for a refund for the 89 since I had already requested cancellation, and they sent another bottle and charged my account anyway. The woman replied that yes, she SCHEDULED a cancellation, but that was NOT my question. after a few repeats since she "had trouble hearing" at this point, she said she can refund 25% of the 89. In frustration I agreed. Throughout the customer service call I felt as if I was calling a scamming company. I felt like they try their best to prevent people from cancelling, from having you wait on the phone for over 10 minutes, (I called twice once in the morning and once mid day, same wait time) to asking many/repeat questions, and finally acting like they didn't understand your request for cancel. This has to be my worst customer service experience, or very least, top 3. I do not recommend this product as its results are comparable to lower priced, non subscription supplements from GNC.
I sure hope you could help me!! I am looking for a phone number for TRIG X2. I can't find one to send back their bottle? Yes, I fell into their trap. I wish I read your articles before I bought their bottle. I want to return their bottle but I can't find a correct number. If you go to their website and click on the button it will direct you to some other product and they have not heard of TRIG X2!!!!!!!!! I sure hope and pray that you could help me!!!!!!!!!
I just emailed Trig X customer service and received a quick email back saying my account was cancelled but I did not receive a verification number or anything. I have not received the product yet but have gone and cancelled because I'm not going to get snared into paying $90 for something I haven't had the chance to fully evaluate. I'm hard headed for not paying attention to the fine print and not researching prior to going for the "Free" trial.
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I ordered online and my card was declined. Then a sales rep called me back and told me all I would be paying was 2.95 for shipping. He NEVER told me that they would be taking Two hundred off my card. This is against the law. What to do?? -nina
Call and tell them that. Since your order didn't originally go through online, you may not have technically agreed to the fine print in the terms where they explained the trial. You'll also want to call your credit card company and tell them not to accept any more charges from this merchant.- Rob