Tight X Review
What You Should Know
Tight X is an extreme version of traditional Tight by SAN Sports Nutrition. The word extreme fits the bill because this supplement is packed with heart racing stimulants in a “fat assault matrix”. The official website for SAN is professional and supports direct ordering of products and supplements. Contact information is also listed. Reviews and testimonials are available and one testimonial even offers a before and after picture. No matter what the ingredient list holds, the reviews open our eyes to the ineffectiveness of Tight X.
List of Ingredients
Proprietary A-Z Total Body Fat Assault Matrix: Sulbutiamine Disulfate, Caffeine, Beta-Methyl-Phenethylamine, Beta-Phenethylamine, N,N-Dimethyl-4-hydroxyphenethylamine, 1,3-Dimethylpentylamine, Synephrine HCL, Alpha-Yohimbine and Yohimbine HCL.
Tight X lists ingredients as a Total Body Fat Assault Matrix, but that simply means stimulants. Every ingredient in the blend stimulates the body in some way. This will increase heart rate, but beyond that the supplement offers no substantial weight loss support. Reviews and testimonials are the key to judging how a product works in the body as opposed to on paper. According to users, the stimulation Tight X offers for the first few days is soon lost as the body builds tolerance to the ingredients.
One full length review with before and after pictures was posted by a user that worked out 6 to 7 days every week and controlled what he ate. Over the course of a month, he lost 1% body fat taking Tight X. His biggest complaint was tolerance and loss of energy after only a few days. The same loss of effectiveness is mirrored in many other reviews. An alarming reaction to Tight X was depression. At least one user out of 11 reviews reported depression while taking Tight X. All reviews are from 2009.
Tight X sells for $49.95 per bottle. There is no information on returns, guarantees or free trials listed on the website.
- Complete list of ingredients online.
- Reviews and testimonials available for dieter viewing.
- Tight X is an energy pill taken to the extreme.
- Dieters complain of tolerance and loss of energy after the third or fourth day.
- Fat loss, for one user, was only 1% after a month.
- Too many stimulants can cause severe health problems.
- Caffeine based supplements can be addictive.
- Tight X includes the same amount of caffeine as three to four cups of coffee.
- Users report having to cycle on and off the supplement to maintain energy.
Cycling is not something every dieter is familiar with and according to dieters taking Tight X, tolerance makes cycling important. There are no weight loss ingredients included in the Tight X formula aside from massive amounts of stimulants. We save our support for supplements safe for everyone containing proven ingredients that don’t require cycling on and off.