Get ready for monster pumps, mad scientist energy, greater endurance, and more strength. Did we mention elevated focus? You can expect all of these benefits with the explosive Frankenstein Pre-Workout! Frankenstein Energy has created a monster, and it’s about to become your new favorite pre-workout!
L-Citrulline Malate 2:1 - 6g
It’s all about the pump and Frankenstein Pre-Workout doesn’t mess around! This powerful pre-workout begins with Citrulline Malate. This is a 50/50 blend of citrulline and malic acid. Citrulline is a non-essential amino acid. Once ingested, it converts into arginine. The next step is that arginine stimulates nitric oxide production for huge pumps. The advantage of citrulline is that it does a better job than arginine itself, thanks to superior absorption.
Malate, also sometimes called malic acid, is a component of the TCA cycle. This cycle creates about two-thirds of ATP energy. That’s what powers you through your workouts! Citrulline Malate promotes insane pumps and stimulates ATP production for greater endurance. (1)
Malate, also sometimes called malic acid, is a component of the TCA cycle. This cycle creates about two-thirds of ATP energy. That’s what powers you through your workouts! Citrulline Malate supports the pump and promotes ATP production for greater endurance. (1)
Malate, also sometimes called malic acid, is a component of the TCA cycle. This cycle creates about two-thirds of ATP energy. Therefore, Citrulline Malate supports the pump and promotes ATP production for greater endurance. (1)
Beta-Alanine - 3.2g
This popular compound is well-known for its effects on delaying fatigue. It actually causes this effect indirectly by combining with the amino acid histidine to create carnosine. In turn, carnosine blocks the buildup of lactic acid and delays fatigue. (2)
Betaine Anhydrous - 1.5g
Betaine is an osmolyte, which means it helps maintain fluid balance in the muscle cells. This increases muscle fullness or volume. Not to mention, by attracting water, betaine enhances hydration. Frankenstein Pre-Workout covers both nitric oxide and water-based pumps! (3)
Choline Bitartrate - 500mg
This is a precursor to acetylcholine, the “learning neurotransmitter”. Choline is in Frankenstein because it elevates focus and enhances mood. (4)
L-Tyrosine - 500mg
Here’s another powerful focus enhancer. Tyrosine fights stress and improves mood. It's combined with choline in Frankenstein Pre-Workout to dramatically enhance your mental performance.
Caffeine Anhydrous - 250mg
Frankenstein Pre-Workout is serious about electrifying energy! That’s why we give you 350mg of total caffeine. This ultra-popular version is concentrated for fast energy and alertness! Plus, caffeine improves your performance in the gym - what could be better than that!
Caffeine Citrate - 100mg
This is a version of caffeine that’s been mixed with citrate to improve absorption. The caffeine complex in Frankenstein Pre-Workout was created to hit you hard and fast so you can get in the gym and get the job done!
Methyliberine (Dynamine™) - 75mg
We’ve created a monster stim-complex! Dynamine™ is a powerful stimulant that combines with Frankenstein’s two forms of caffeine to create the kind of energy that will let you tear the gym to pieces! You know when you hit the weights; you need extreme energy and mental focus to drive through your toughest workouts. Frankenstein Pre-Workout gives you the monster energy you need!
Piperine 95% - 5mg
This compound dramatically improves the absorption of the nutrients it’s combined with.
Get Mad Energy, Electrifying Pumps, & Powerful Strength With Frankenstein Pre-Workout!
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- NE;, C. (n.d.). Effects of Betaine on Performance and Body Composition: A Review of Recent Findings and Potential Mechanisms. Retrieved June 24, 2020, from https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24760587/
- Bjelland, I., Tell, G. S., Vollset, S. E., Konstantinova, S., & Ueland, P. M. (2009). Choline in anxiety and depression: the Hordaland Health Study. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 90(4), 1056–1060. https://doi.org/10.3945/ajcn.2009.27493