Jack3d is not a weight loss supplements and it is not the best sup for cardio exercise.
It is a preworkout supplements which is aimed at stimulating, pumping you up, psyching you up (literally) for your workout.
I did read something about one of the ingredients 1,3-Dimethylamylamine being an appetite suppresant ( that's not the way you wanna lose weight!)
AAKG+creatine+caffeine could make you sweat more than usual but often with creatine you observe water retention.
Go with a fat burner that contains l-carnitine+chromium and stims like caffeine or guarana if you support it
Jack3d can help a little by increasing your metabolism. But it does so slightly. Sure it can give you energy to run, but that is not real energy. It won't actually have any noticible advantage over proper nutrition.
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