My Animal Flex Review: How Well Does it Work?

Although there are a ton of joint supplements out there, you really need to make sure that you are going to get something that will work for you. By reading my Animal Flex review, I’ll help you learn whether or not this supplement is right for you.

This is one of the most well known bodybuilding companies in existence. If you have been to a supplement store or if you order your stuff online, you have probably seen a product or two by Animal.

You might have even tried one yourself, Animal Pak is the most popular product that they make. I have been able to take the Animal Pak for years and will actually be doing a review of it shortly. No matter where your level of experience is with using supplements by this company, you know that they are one of the big dogs out there.

What is Animal Flex?

Animal Flex is a supplement that is to be taken for your joints. Much like their multivitamin, this product consists of small plastic wrapped sets of pills. For Flex, you are going to need to take one of these packs a day, which is awesome because you don’t have to remember additional doses.

 

Yes, there are quite a few pills in a serving of this stuff, let’s get to that now. Each serving of Flex contains eight pills that make up three complexes, which are: constructing, oiling up, and supporting the joints in your body.

These three complexes each have their own list of ingredients, so we will cover the top ones.

Main Ingredients in Animal Flex

Glucosamine

This has long been one of the best ways to help repair your joints, you will commonly see this listed as something to help with arthritis. Glucosamine helps to protect your joints and surrounding tissues by helping to stop cartilage breakdown from happening. It’s also been shown to help support healthy bones.

Flaxseed Oil

A bodybuilding essential, this is one thing you will always see on most lists about what nutritional items bodybuilders need. Flaxseed oil is also a scientifically researched ingredient. This ingredient is a type of fatty acid.

While this might not sound healthy, fatty acids are actually good for you (regardless of their rather odd-sounding name). Flaxseed oil is also great for treating carpal tunnel syndrome and helping with blood pressure.

Another reason many people like using flaxseed oil it because it helps other hormone precursors start getting to work in your body. When this happens, it can often become easier for you to build muscle more effectively.

Ginger Root

What has been long seen as a natural anti-inflammatory ingredient, this one is used to perfection in this supplement. While some ingredients in this supplement are harder to find than others, you might have seen ginger root in your supermarket.

Trust me, you’ll know when you see ginger root in person. It does look a little bit strange. In addition to helping reduce inflammation, ginger root is also great for reducing nausea.

Quercetin

Great for improving endurance when looking at fitness activities. This is an incredibly important antioxidant that can also help with your allergies, lowering your blood pressure, and reduce inflammation.

This ingredient is typically found in fruits and vegetables. You can also find this ingredient in tea and certain kinds of wine. With that said, many people struggle to get enough of this ingredient through their daily diets.

When just looking at four of the ingredient in this supplement, you can already tell that Animal knows what they are doing with this one. You aren’t dealing with a bunch of garbage stuffed into a container, you are getting top quality ingredients that are specially made to help keep your joints in tip-top shape.

Animal Flex Review – Does This Supplement Work?

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One thing that they note on this label, I feel is very important to bring to the attention of everyone. This supplement is not designed to fix every single joint problem you might run into. This stuff is to be used for people who are facing that everyday kind of aches and pains that we all have after a workout.

If you use this supplement and start running into some kind of pain that isn’t going away, you might have injured yourself. If this does happen, and after a few days, this stuff isn’t touching your pain then you might want to go to a doctor and find out what is going on.

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To give you a little background about me, I’m someone who has dealt with back and leg joint-related issues for almost 10 years now. I don’t know how these issues started, but I’m assuming they began from lifting weights.

I began using Animal Flex as directed for a month. For the purpose of my Animal Flex review, I didn’t use any other joint-related supplements for the duration of this write-up.

I’ve read that Vitamin C and E both help with joint health and inflammation. Animal Pak also contains flaxseed oil, which I think was a major help for my sore muscles. I’ve also seen lots of supplements promoting joint health that contain both giner root and turmeric root, two ingredients found in Animal Flex.

My Final Word on Animal Flex

I feel that this supplement does work really well for what it is intended to be used as. If you have normal aches and pains associated with completing a workout, Flex is going to keep that pain from being so strong. Another benefit is that Flex will lead you to quicker recovery times, meaning that you can get back into the gym quicker and on better footing.

Plus, I feel that Animal Flex helped me avoid potential injuries in the gym. I can’t say for sure, but it makes sense.

If you want to learn more about Animal supplements, don’t miss my recent Animal Pak review. This is the multivitamin supplement that Animal makes and it’s a perfect complimentary product to Animal Flex.