Company - Warrior Supplements
Product - Blaze Reborn Fat Burners
Summary - Hyper-strength thermogenic fat burner.
Price - £29.99
Main Website - http://www.bodybuildingwarehouse.co.uk/warrior-blaze-fat-burners
Discount code (enter at checkout) - 6878333
Company & Product Information
Founded in 2010, Warrior Supplement's Facebook page (their website was broken at the time of writing) state their purpose as being "to bring to market the best sports supplements in the world", whilst noble, doesn't exactly break the mold.
Their supplements seem only to be distributed by bodybuildingwarehouse.co.uk.
With regards to the product itself, it contains high doses of a variety of ingredients, with some strong claims to make in the description of the product, some of which include:
Based on the results proposed by this product we should ask the government to fund it as the single solution to the worldwide obesity problem!
Actually... maybe not. I'm not going to go through and question the validity of each of the ingredients, some of which have sound scientific backing and some which definitely do not (here's looking at you raspberry ketones...).
What I will endeavour to do though is to give you a review of my experiences and results using this supplement so you can decide for yourself whether it's worth your time.
This puts your body in a zone whereby it burns off excess fat for energy to make up for the lack of calories taken in through food (bear in mind though that both the proportion of fat lost and muscle lost will differ depending on a mix of variables including your hormones, exercise patterns and macro nutrient intake, i.e. the amounts of carbohydrates, proteins and fats consumed through food).
The main objective of most fat burners on the market is to play on this formula by giving you more energy and suppressing your appetite thereby making you more likely to be in a calorie deficit which will result in weight loss.
Personally, I'm fairly sensitive to caffeine as I don't drink it on a daily basis, so if you're anything like me, you'll find this product very intense!
The first time I tried it was before a run with friends in preparation for a Tough Mudder event in 2014.
I had more energy than I knew what to do with, I felt like I'd been pumped full of electric, or as if the driver in my head had dropped a brick onto the accelerator.
Despite running in a group, this resulted in me almost sprinting ahead of the group and jumping on the floor to do burpees whilst they caught up (yes I did get quite a few strange looks from passers by...).
Not only this but after the run, whereby we usually grab some of protein heavy meal (Nandos is naturally a personal favourite!), I was barely able to stomach more than a protein shake.
Either you sit there in envy, or indulge and get a swift rush of guilt knowing that that chocolatey-spongey-goodness has just set you back in your pursuit of losing weight slightly, neither of which make you want to do a happy dance.
This is where Blaze Reborn is different, having had such a burst of energy from my first day, I played with the idea of continuing to take the supplement whilst working, slightly fearing that my colleagues would think I had taken some sort of Class B amphetamine...
The visual image of fat melting away to reveal a carefully build set of abs was too much, so I took another tablet on the start of day 2 before work.
This certainly made for an interesting walk to work, I usually play a drum and bass soundtrack on the radio on my morning walk, having taken the supplement, this left me feeling pretty euphoric and I couldn't decide whether it would be better to dance down the road or try to high-five strangers saying it was a beautiful day (it wasn't).
This rush of euphoria lasted a good few hours and rather than trying to shrug off the typical Monday morning mental fog, I sat and began completing my daily tasks with a small smile on my face.
Sadly, this was not attainable anymore through the simple 1 tablet a day.
Like a pirate lured into the water by a mermaids song, I craved that initial buzz and rush of energy that saw me initially powering through my first day, I therefore upped the dose to 2 pills a day to maintain the rush through lunchtime and beyond.
Approximately 4 days later and this was no longer enough, which led me to 3 pills per day (the maximum recommended dose).
I stayed at this dosage for a couple of weeks, completing at least a single full body weight session on a Saturday and a longer run on a Sunday, the tablets kept me going, even on a reduced calorie diet, but the initial buzz and compulsion to play an imaginary drum kit whilst walking to work were no longer present.
Within just over a month I had completed the entire 90 tablet bottle and had lost a good amount of fat, my abs were visible and the scales showed that I had lost roughly 1kg per week, but with no more tablets to take, I wondered what would happen without them.
This was not simply a dry mouth and headache that you can recover from in a day or two with a full English breakfast and a session of Netflix, but more of an emotional hangover with added effects similar to that of caffeine withdrawal.
For a series of days (maybe 5?) I felt lethargic & sluggish, had a reduced capacity for conversation with friends and colleagues and generally felt as if I was all "happied-out".
This effect lasted for much longer than expected and was naturally quite unpleasant, this effect has also been quoted from other people who have used the product, "the crash was horrible" .
Though the effects of this product are not in any way related to steroids, the concept of artificially increasing a specific function of the body for a prolonged period (in the case of steriods, this would be testosterone), has been shown to reduce the body's capacity to perform that function naturally, as long term steroid users are less able to produce testosterone naturally, in some cases their body's ability to produce testosterone as when your body receives a compound such as testosterone artificially, the natural areas in the body reduce production of the particular compound .
Personally, I find the rate at which the body adapts to the positive affects of the tablets slightly worrying, I'm not much of a fan of long term use of Blaze Reborn potentially turning off my body's capacity to naturally produce happiness, even if I did have great abs...
The supplement has been used by a variety of people who all agree that this product is particularly effective at reducing appetite and increasing energy, both of which contribute to weight loss, particularly within the first couple of days of use (after which tolerance builds up and the "buzz" is experienced to an increasingly lesser degree).
It's interesting to consider the effects of this product and how it is similar to other products, in many ways, in terms of the physical effects and effects of withdrawal are identical to that of the popular amphetamine speed:
Effects when on speed:
- feelings of euphoria, excitement and a sense of wellbeing
- increased talkativeness
- repetition of simple acts
- feeling more awake and alert, reduced need for sleep and difficulty sleeping
- dry mouth
- increased breathing rate
- reduced appetite
- feeling more energetic
- increased sweating
- increased body temperature
- feelings of increased strength
When "coming off" regular speed use:
- irritability, hostility and aggression
- dizziness 
Worryingly these effects are almost identical to that experienced when taking Warrior Blaze Reborn so in reality (not that I condone it!) you could experience fat loss through taking speed (not advised / also illegal!).
I'd also recommend these products taken at individual points in time, whether it's for a race or if you've got a particularly high day's workload that you need to complete, personally I've achieved my personal best's in both a 10k race and 1 mile race having taken Warrior Blaze Reborn.
For long term use, I'd wouldn't advise taking them daily for any length of time, whilst legal, the "mood-boosting" element can cause a pronounced withdrawal affect which certainly isn't fun.
As a company, Warrior should definitely recommend some sort of "cycle-period" of potentially 3 days on and 2 days off to reduce the body's tendency to build tolerance, as of yet this has not been released.
Of course if you're looking to lose weight, there's no better alternatives than a mix of compound exercises, HIIT training and plenty of vegetables!
For a daily product to reduce your appetite and increase your energy, there are other fat burning supplements on the market, alternatively, simply make yourself a delicious black coffee.
 Warrior Blaze Review - http://www.uk-muscle.co.uk/supplementation/164375-warrior-blaze-review-2.html
 The Bodybuilding Steroid Dilemma: How To Get Off Steroids - http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/md71.htm
 Amphetamines (speed): What are the effects? - http://www.mydr.com.au/addictions/amphetamines-speed-what-are-the-effects