Nitrosurge Pre-Workout || Bang For Your Buck Or Not?

Nitrosurge pre-workout simplified

Later on in this post, we’ll dive into exact dosages, effectiveness, and possible side-effects of Nitrosurge pre-workout. Right now I’ll give you a summary of this product and how it performs as well as what I personally think of it.

To get started, Jacked Factory created Nitrosurge Shred fat burner, Nitrosurge stim pre-workout, and Pumpsurge stim-free pre-workout.

Jacked Factory claims to be packed with clinically validated ingredients, delivering a clean surge of energy, noticeable strength gains, elevated focus, more endurance, and grotesque pumps.

Will these claims hold up after reviewing the product? Let’s find out.

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Pros

The product is created in the USA

Mainly positive feedback

Well-known ingredients that work

Variety with the 3 different variations

Cons

Ideal daily doses can only be met with double scooping

Some users report that the product has an unpleasant chemical taste

Price is double than what you first think

No creatine meaning separate consumption is needed

It gets stomped when compared to some other products on the market

Nitrosurge pre-workout – how does it work?

Most pre-workouts have the same formula, after all, they are all designed to combat the same task.

With that being said, what differs in pre-workouts is the dosages, as well as ingredients that the creators put into them to try and get synergy with some other ingredients.

The said synergy is something I always look for when choosing a pre-workout for myself.

Here are the best 3 pre-workouts we have tested yet that have a great synergy between ingredients.

Nitro pre-workout has only 8 ingredients and therefore is on the simpler side of pre-workouts. This could be a good or a bad thing, judging by what you are looking for.

All the ingredients used in this product are well-known and researched, but the dosages left me scratching my head.

I usually don’t have problems with companies putting a little bit less than the optimal daily consumption amounts, but to cut them in half just doesn’t seem right to me when you are claiming to give your users noticeable strength gains and grotesque pumps.

In the ingredients list, I’ll touch on the core ingredients of this pre-workout and compare the dosages you get from 1 serving versus the recommended daily dosages.

Ingredients

L-CITRULLINE (3000mg)

Citrulline gets converted by the users’ kidneys into L-Arginine which is an amino acid that boosts your nitric oxide levels resulting in your blood vessels expanding and therefore letting more blood flow through them.

The 3000mg is half the daily dosage for this ingredient so therefore you would have to take a double scoop in order to get the best result of this ingredient.

Caffeine (180mg)

Caffeine stimulates us by giving us more energy, awareness, and power output. Some people even use coffee as a pre-workout substitute.

Although coffee can stimulate your senses and give you a better workout pre-workout supplements have other benefits.

In this pre-workout, you are getting a lower dosage of caffeine as researchers tend to use a dosage range of 4-6mg/kg body weight.

Beta Alanine(1600mg)

Beta-Alanine has been shown to enhance muscular endurance, just the thing you would want in a pre-workout, right?

Large dosages can result in the tingling effect which can be viewed as a side-effect, although a harmless one. You don’t have to worry about that because the recommended daily dosage is about 2-5g.

Betaine Anhydrous (1250mg)

It helps form Methionine. Methionine is important in the body’s internal synthesis of creatine. Therefore it may help your body create more Creatine and resultingly give you a boost in strength and size by doing that.

It also plays a role in muscle protein synthesis.

Regarding the recommended daily dosage it seems to be cut in half yet again. At this point I am getting frustrated with this product, on one hand, it looked promising with its price tag, manufacturing, and multiple versions, but it’s all starting to smell fishy.

L-Theanine (90mg)

This ingredient helps reduce anxiety and promotes relaxation without drowsiness, which in return makes it potentially synergistic with caffeine.

The recommended daily dosage is 100-200mg, so we are seeing a first ingredient which dosage could be called slightly underdosed.

Theobromine (50mg)

Theobromine is used as a vasodilator, and heart stimulant. Similar to caffeine, its inclusion in pre-workouts is most likely to combat fatigue.

As far as the dosage goes if the combined amounts of daily intake don’t exceed 0.8-1.5g the are no nasty side effects.

Side effects

As we have discovered in the ingredient list the dosages are mostly cut in halve. This is good as if you start taking the product by single scooping you will see how your body reacts to the ingredients while on a smaller dosage.

The bad part is that you will have to double scoop just to get the best daily dosages for these ingredients.

No tingly sensations or insomnia should be felt from this product, but be careful and always try smaller dosages at first if you are not already experienced in pre-workouts.

Price

The price of this product is $25.50 plus shipping for 1 package.

Since one package contains 30 servings this means the cost per scoop is $0.85 without considering shipping which makes this product sound amazing until you realize that to get the optimum dosages you will need to double scoop meaning the real price per serving will be $1.70.

At this point, I would just advise you to go for something like 4 Gauge pre-workout and spend your hard-earned money on a more transparent a well-rounded product.

This is the part that really pisses me off as people who don’t know much about dosages or that don’t do their research will see the price and go: “oh, that’s a great value for what I’m getting” without knowing they are basically getting bent.

Conclusion

Nitrosurge pre-workout really disappointed me when I saw the dosages. Although the ingredients themselves are good and would work fine in a pre-workout the sheer fact that I would have to double scoop in order to get my optimal pump makes me dislike this product.

If I would have to recommend this product to someone it would be to a complete pre-workout supplement beginner as their first pre-workout so they can see how they react to the dosages, starting with a single scoop which wouldn’t bring them any nasty side-effects.

Even though we believe this product would bring you results we see no reason to go with it and would recommend you to check out our Top 3 Pre-Workouts For 2021.

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