Pre Jym 2.0 Review

Credit: Achandler88

I found out about SR through google and often use this site to research supplements that I am interested in purchasing. Since I have had decent success in using this site to make educated purchases I figured that I could help others with my vast supplement experience. I am looking to improve body composition(constantly), by getting bigger, stronger, and leaner…pretty much what we all want.

—-Ingredient Profile—-
The ingredients in Pre Jym are fully disclosed and are as follows:
Creatine HCL: 2g
Carnosyn Beta Alanine: 2g
Betaine: 1.5g
Taurine: 1g
N-Acetyl L-Cysteine: 600mg
AlphaSize GPC: 150mg
Citrulline Malate: 6g
Beta Vulgaris L.: 500mg
L-Leucine: 3g
L-Isoleucine: 1.5g
L-Valine: 1.5g
L-Tyrosine: 1.5g
Caffeine: 300 mg
Huperzine A: 50mcg
BioPerine: 5mg
So as you can see this Preworkout is pretty loaded to create a complete pre workout for the consumer. The formula includes 5g of BCAA along with a full clinical dose of Citrulline Malate to fuel your muscles along with power, plenty of focus and solid energy to go with it.

—-Taste/Mixability/Dosing—-
The taste of the black cherry prejym flavor was good, I would give it a 8/10. It mixes well with 16oz of water despite that being the minimum recommended amount of water listed on the bottle. With full clinical dosing on most of the ingredients, the formula falls a little short by offering only 1.5g of betaine instead of 2.5. As a consumer I don’t like being forced to by a matching post workout if a company is claiming “full clinical dosing.”

—-Effectiveness—-
I give the effectiveness an 8/10 this Pre provides a complete workout experience but doesn’t do much in the stimulation department. I workout at 5:30am in the morning and many times prefer a Pre that can wake me up. I am by no means a stim junkie but the energy from Pre Jym isn’t one I can really feel, it more or less just “happens” during the workout however the performance is where this really shines. The performance from Pre Jym is best found when moving heavy weight around in the 6-12 rep range. You can push heavier, recover quicker between sets, and it keeps your endurance going during the set. The pump factor isn’t the best but it is still present. High rep workouts take a few sets but after those few sets your muscles will be pumped and full.

—-Value—-
This product is priced competitively, at about $36 plus tax at GNC you will pay about the same that you would pay online except you don’t have to wait for it, and you can avoid unnecessary shipping costs. Overall you get plenty of proven ingredients for not much more than what you would pay for a 6.5g proprietary blend formula.

—-Side Effects—-
None that I noticed.

—-Conclusion—-
Overall I would easily recommend PreJym to anyone looking for a complete workout. It covers all of the bases and then some, when it comes to sports supplementation. This is also backed by the man himself, Jim Stoppani, who has provided many with countless workout plans as well as his vast knowledge on exercise science.

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