I picked up Red Zone on the cheap (thankfully) after being impressed with the list of ingredients -- all of which should have combined to make a great workout supplement. I was looking for something to take while cycling off of other supplements, with which I had been having awesome results: USP Labs OxyELITE Pro, Muscletech Nanostim, Cellucor D4, BPI Roxylean, etc. Unfortunately, after using Red Zone for several weeks, I experienced nothing, and I used it as recommended on the label -- 3 pills, twice daily. There was no discernible energy boost, no delayed muscle fatigue, no increase in reps/power -- nothing I would have expected from the ingredients. I'm willing to concede that everyone's physiology is different and we all react differently to products, so my experience may not be the same as someone else's. It may also be I received a bad batch of Red Zone. With that, there are many factors as to why Red Zone may not have worked, but the simple fact is it didn't. On a positive note, there were no side-effects, so for those who do want to try it, you at least have nothing to fear! In the end, I think I'll go back to the other supplements I was rotating between, as I had great success with them.
User Review #9
by DEsouzaa on November 29th, 2011
at 5:50 PM CST
this product gave me a nice little kick of clean energy in the mornings and sucked out the water preety good but thats about it wouldnt recommend it with such better thermo's out there such as shred matrix-hydroxycut hardcore pro and ofcourse OEP
User Review #8
by mkheber on October 12th, 2011
at 11:21 AM CDT
This product give energy but is not a fat burner at all. If you are looking for a fat burner this a waste of time and money. If you will loose 4 lbs u will put another 8 lbs after u stop.