Hello everyone! Can you believe it’s almost December already? Anyways, lets get to our subject for today: the top 10 most popular pre-workout supplements over the past few months. I have taken the best sellers list from 5 online stores, averaged them all out and created this top 10 list for you. I’ve always loved a good top 10 list.
1. C4 Extreme
Even though C4 Extreme is not the strongest supplement in terms of energy, it still features on the top list of pre-workout supplements.It has less caffeine that offers a nice feel of energy and doesn’t go overboard. This could be a perfect break from strong stimulant supplements, such as NO Xplode, that can make you feel like a monster. The flavor of C4 is delicious and mixes perfectly. The best part about C4 is that it has no diminishing effects even after use for a prolonged period of time.
2. Muscle Pharm Assault
Assault from Muscle Pharm is one that I find consistently on the top 10 list, and this time around they’ve just released a brand new formula to go with it. It is rich in B Vitamins, which enhance the functioning of the nervous system and brain. It’s most effective ingredients include creatine monohydrate, beta-Alanine and caffeine. Creatine enhances workout energy levels, caffeine acts as a stimulant and beta-Alanine reduces the buildup of lactic acid in muscles.
3. NO Xplode
NO Xplode is very powerful and can effectively improve your overall gym routine. It’s high in caffeine, taurine, creatine, and pretty much every ingredient known to be effective pre-workout. Therefore, if you plan to perform highly intensive exercises, this is the ideal supplement. However, I wouldn’t push this one towards a beginner.
4. Platinum PRE
Platinum Pre is an all-round decent supplement and with a strong stimulant kick and Beta Alanine “tingles”. It has impressive effects and a good ingredient profile – although something to note is that it is Creatine Free. My one complaint from personal experience – it has a sort of chemical after burn to the taste which I didn’t find too pleasant.
This supplement was designed to get you into the workout mood and improve his/her strength. It contains caffeine, DMAE and Rhodiola, all of which are aimed at boosting your focus… if your in need of a mental jolt before you hit the weights, this could be your ticket to get it. Neurocore also comes out as one of the least expensive pre-workouts.
6. Bullnox Andorush
Andorush has a pretty diverse ingredient label and a fantastic watermelon flavor. A single serving has about 200mg of caffeine. Another notable feature of this product is that the energy lasts throughout the workout without a crash. Overall, Andorush is a very effective pre-workout supplement.
7. Super Drive
Super Drive is the new concentrated pre-workout supplement from Gaspari – the makers of SuperPump. They were going for something different with Super Drive. The results were more stimulants for a stronger kick, and they opted for Creatine free this time as well. Some people like what they’ve done, and some don’t. I personally liked the effects, good energy and focus. But the taste was surprisingly not very good. THE sweetest one I’ve tasted to date.
8. Juggernaut HP
This supplement is particularly suitable for people who engage in more athletic/sporting activities. It has a decent amount of caffeine (about 2 cups of coffee worth) which is supported by the other ingredients. Not just leaving you hanging after the caffeine wears off. A few buddies of mine swear by it before the football games.
This is a very versatile pre-workout supplement and may be used for many purposes towards energy boosting goals. Whether your brand new to pre-workouts, or an experienced veteran Amino Energy provides options for both. The coolest thing about it is that they provide a really easy to follow dosage instructions. From light energy boost in the afternoon, to huge boost before a heavy lifting session – it’s all there.
10. Fierce Domination
Another pre-workout that is not really meant for beginners, but an excellent choice for an experienced user. A good size dose of caffeine close to about 2 and half cups of coffee. Full 5 gram dose of Creatine, and a good amount of Beta Alanine too. The cool part about FD, is that it includes a bunch of healthy ingredients that help to not only amp you up pre-workout, but to kick-start that recovery phase near the end too.
Mark is a fitness and supplement enthusiast who likes to share his findings with the world. Pre-workout supplements have been a part of his regimen for many years now, so he knows his stuff. If you’d like to keep up to date with in depth reviews of the newest pre-workout supplements and more, check out his top rated list. Or, if you could use a bit more pre-workout info to help you choose, check out his blog. Thanks for reading, and enjoy!
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