I’m excited to announce a brand new pre workout supplement called 4 Gauge. I’m ordering some now and can’t wait to try it!
I know what you’re thinking, the last thing we need is another pre workout supplement. In my opinion, you can’t have too many pre workouts. And from knowing the folks that manufacturer 4 Gauge and there quality they put into their supplements, I gladly welcome this new addition.
About 4 Gauge Pre Workout
4 Gauge is said to be a 4-in-1 pre workout supplement. Here are the highlights:
- Increased explosive power
- Razor sharp focus
- Extended stamina
- Enhanced muscle pumps
I’ve found that I respond the best to pre workouts that focus on explosive power. A couple that come to mind are Finaflex Stimul8, Nutrex Hemo Rage, and Universal’s Animal Rage. 1MR (1 More Rep) from BPI Sports is another good one for explosive power.
Focus and extended stamina, or what I call muscle energy, are important as well. Having that extra focus is a necessity for a good pre workout that delivers results. This helps you train harder, and pump out more sets and reps.
As far as pumps, most of the modern pre workout supplements deliver that. For the most part, anyway. I’ve been taking BPI Sports Pump HD and the pumps are incredible (but it lacks in boosting energy).
4 Gauge Label
This is where it gets interesting. And again, I have not taken this pre workout yet. There are some interesting facts that I’d like to point out here.
The first thing that stands out to me is that there are no proprietary blends in the 4 Gauge pre workout. That’s awesome! I like to know what and how much I’m putting into my body. You should too. And the label is clear and precise.
There are also no sweeteners or anything artificial. Obviously, this is another huge plus. And 4 Gauge makes the promise to update their label as needed. So as science and technology progresses, so will 4 Gauge.
Here’s a quick rundown of the ingredients (I’ll go into detail with each when I actually review 4 Gauge – this will be in a few weeks):
The 4 Gauge label and details are posted on their website: http://www.4gauge.com.
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Creatine Monohydrate
- L-Citrulline DI Malate
- Red Beat
- Rhodiola Rosea
- Acetyl L-Carnitine
- Coconut Water Powder
The only downside I see is there’s only 20 servings. But this should last a month if you train 5 days a week and if just one serving will do the trick. Most pre workouts require more than one serving though, especially once you get used to it.
Order 4 Gauge
As I said earlier, I’ll be ordering my 4 Gauge pre workout this week. I’m very excited to try it. The pre workout supplement I’m taking now has become a bit stale to me, so it’s time for something new. And after reading more about 4 Gauge, it sounds promising.
You can order as well, and they have some pretty awesome deals on this pre workout supplement. I’ll probably start out with one bottle. If it works well, I’ll buy in bulk because they have some crazy deals for bulk purchases.
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Train with Passion,