First off I want to thank AK32408 and everyone at IBE for helping me out with my questions, they are a squared away group of people so again thanks !!!
So I've been on X-lean for about a week and I gotta say at first I was extremely dissapointed the first two days, I didn't feel any of the cortisol regulating effects ( or I didn't really notice persay but I did feel a tad leaner so I gave it some more time ) The next day I did a split dose of 1 in the morning and 1 pre-wo and here's wear it got interesting. The first thing I noticed was improved vascularity and a slight increase in clarity as well as a loss of puffiness around my face as well as my stomach and chest area, I had to keep pulling up my workout pants because my waist literally felt and looked an inch smaller....I might add to everyone that I used to weight 270lbs and got out of the Marine Corps at 169lbs then I had a tib-fib fracture that ballooned me up back to 235lbs and I'm back down to 205-200 lbs as of this day, my objective is to just get back into combat ready shape, I don't care how big my biceps are ect and I don't like to train for aesthetics or for the beach muscles....the directive is to train with a purpose. So back to the X-lean after having that A.D.D. moment, the effects can be minimally noticeable but it really works great, another thing and this is how I can tell it's working, I will sometimes get a warm sensation in my ankle wear it got broken in two as well as it hurting.....I don't ever get that kind of aggrivation so the only conclusion is that X-lean is doing what it's intended to do and maybe to well, it serves it purpose very well. For anyone who loved Lean Extreme I think X-lean will give it a run for it's money and the price can't be beat.
Cheers - Ryan