The ingredient choices in Jocko Joint Warfare were pretty good for the most part, the problem is that they're underdosed to be within their effective ranges for joint health. And perhaps even worse, the ingredients that are dosed effectively are available from joint supplements that cost about a third of what Jocko joint warfare does. When we're comparing it to supplements that are within the same price range, then it's not even a close fight. As at it's $70 price point it's more expensive than the best joint pain supplement on the market right now FlexAgain. And seeing as that has all the ingredients in Jocko Joint Warfare in their correct doses, as well as half a dozen more. And many of them are more effective joint pain supplements than those in Jocko Joint Warfare, meaning everything's starting to look a little bit like this is going to be another one of those negative jocko joint warfare reviews.
So, what's the good news? Jocko Joint Warfare has both glucosamine and chondroitin (from sea cucumber), both pretty well backed for joint mobility. And they're both in their effective dosages. And whilst it's slightly under the ideal dose boswellic acid.  After that though things start to go downhill, with ingredients being between half for curcumin  and a twelfth for msm , (yes 1/12), of what clinical trials have shown they need to be to actually work for joint pain.
And yes there are a lot of positive customer reviews of Jocko Joint Warfare on Amazon, but, it should be noted that it seems to be a lot of peoples first joint supplement and for milder forms of joint pain in younger regularly training adults. Meaning that having just a couple of ingredients in their effective range is going to make a big difference compared against taking nothing.
All in all, even with the good reviews, there are simply better options for the price point and we can't recommend Jocko Joint Warfare over the current best joint supplement FlexAgain , which on top of Jocko Joint Warfare, contains Omega 3, Bromelain, Resveratrol, Vitamin D, Vitamin K and a 70mg hydroxymethoxyphenyl extract from ginger. Keeping in mind 30mg has shown to be as effective as supplementing 3 grams of the anti inflammatory spice.  All in all you get a lot more for your money, by not having the celebrity endorsement slapped on the product.
It's always awkward to tell with celebrity endorsed products just how much of it is people wanting it to work, as much as it is the supplement actually working. That doesn't mean that we're saying Jocko Joint Warfare won't work at all, there's a couple of ingredients that should definitely work. And as we mentioned in the intro, it's a lot of peoples first joint health supplement, meaning it's likely to get an overly positive response.
The overall high 4* rating on Amazon seems likely to be as a result of this as other cheaper supplements with the same ingredients have lower ratings despite both being 3rd party tested to confirm the quality is the same. As a result the average Jocko joint warfare review seems to be inflated by having his name attached.
Side effect reports from verified reviews of joint warfare seem to be relatively low. With the only notable reports of Jocko joint warfare side effects being in relation to nausea likely caused by curcumin sensitivity which isn't overly common.
Jocko Joint Warfare reviews on reddit tend to be mostly fans asking for advice on what they should take in the gym rather than formal reviews.
There is no mention of Jocko Joint Warfare on Trust Pilot.
|● 3 effectively dosed ingredients
|● Very overpriced
|● Good customer reviews of Jocko joint warfare
|● Under dosed
|● Better options available
Glucosamine HCL 750mg - In terms of Glucosamine HCL, the stronger version of glucosamine sulphate, this is within the effective range and is a good inclusion for Jocko joint warfare. It's the backbone of a lot of good joint supplements and has been shown to improve joint mobility in multiple clinical trials. In some countries it's even prescribed as a first port of call for joint inflammation related conditions like osteoarthritis.
MSM 500mg - We like MSM as a supplement for joint pain, the problem is that the amount that you need for it to work makes it generally unsuitable for a combined supplement designed to alleviate joint pain. It's been proven to be very effective, but the effective range is 3-6 grams. [3,6] That's 6-12 times more than we've got here, meaning that it's not going to do much to support joint health.
A lot of other supplements tend to include a token amount as the supplement has been heavily marketed, but this amount isn't going to do much to relieve pain, and considering how much capsule space it's taken up. The larger issue with this is that curcumin and boswellic acid are also underdosed, although only slightly, so removing this ingredient which is in a completely ineffective dose, could have made space to make both of those work better.
Turmeric (95% curcumin) 300mg - Curcumin needs to be dosed at almost double what's in here to effectively reduce joint pain. If it was dosed at 500mg or above, [2,7] then it's a great ingredient that's been shown to work as effectively as NSAIDs in multiple studies which are not natural and require a prescription. As far as the jocko joint warfare ingredients go this is another near miss, which we wouldn't expect from a supplement at this price point. And considering our number 1 rated joint supplements (FlexAgain) get this right, and cost slightly less than jocko joint warfare this is where things start to go wrong for Jocko.
Sea Cucumber 150mg - Sea cucumber contains a lot of chondroitin, around 80% in fact  so what we're actually looking at is about 100mg of chondroitin here. Chondroitin has been shown to increase the efficacy of Glucosamine as such it's common in a lot of supplements designed to improve joint discomfort.  It won't do anything in isolation, and it's relatively common in a lot cheaper joint supplements.
Boswellic Acid 65% 140mg - What this means is that Jocko Fuel Joint Warfare contains 91mg of Boswellic Acid, the clinically proven dose is actually 100mg, but the odds are that 91mg should work reasonably effectively. Although it's not ideal. Boswellia is a relatively common ingredient in joint pain supplements, and along with the other two effectively dosed ingredients we've covered so far, available in a lot of much cheaper alternatives than Jocko's joint health supplements. The ingredient itself has been shown to reduce joint pain and inflammation in multiple clinical trials. 
Quercetin dihydrate 100mg - Quercetin has been shown to improve inflammation in arthritis by suppressing part of your bodies natural inflammation system, cytokines. But, once again we come to the same dosing issue. Generally speaking the effective range for joint pain is 250-1000mg.  Whether or not a lower dosage will have any impact on supporting joint health however is unknown, but it's another let down for Jocko Joint Warfare.
Sodium Hyaluronate 20mg - A derivative of hyaluronic acid all the evidence supporting it is when it is injected into the site, not consumed orally. This is quite common with hyaluronic acid supplements, and unfortunately the evidence that it works orally is mixed, as a it is broken down into oligosaccharides in the stomach. Even if some of it survives the stomach however, not nearly as much as 20mg would make it to the cartilage. And seeing as 20mg is the amount that has to be injected into the site by a doctor, this dose of 20mg isn't going to do anything at all to improve joint mobility. Even the most positive meta analysis on the subject shows that you would need 2.5 times the amount of the dose that's in Jock Joint Warfare. 
What about jocko joint warfare side effects?
Glucosamine HCL can cause diarrhea, constipation, nausea, vomiting, or heartburn and curcumin can cause nausea. Most of the other ingredients aren't likely to be in doses high enough to cause any notable side effects.
Can the jocko joint warfare be taken without food?
One of the more commonly asked questions is whether or not the supplement can be taken without food. Yes, jocko joint warfare can be taken without food, although the risk of mild nausea is increased.
Is jocko joint warfare safe?
Jocko joint warfare is 3rd party tested for purity as is required for sale on Amazon, as a result the supplement should be safe.
1 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3309643/
2 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5664031/
3 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5372953/
4 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5660798/
5 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2686334/
6 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8540167/
7 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7812094/
8 - https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0008621518303355
9 - https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/glucosamine-and-chondroitin-for-osteoarthritis
10 - https://molmed.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s10020-022-00432-5
11 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4729158/