Please note that this is coming from and endurance athlete's perspective and I know that most people love the "pump" but for an endurance athlete it causes your body to feel heavy and slow moving.
I've got a question regarding the new AM news post on L-Citrulline. The new study posted on AM regarding L-Citrulline shows that it increases time to exhaustion for endurance athletes. MST uses L-Citrulline in Ragnorok in its proprietary NO2 blend. I thought I read a study that NO2 wasn't necessarily good for endurance athletes. I know my experience with NO2 as an endurance athlete hasn't been good because of the "pump" it causes. Can someone tell me what is in Ragnorok that causes that "pumped" feeling and also what is happening to the body to cause this "pumped" feeling. From everything I've read I'm under the impression that it is the dilating of the blood vessels. I would think dilation of the blood vessels would be a good thing for everyone but if this is what is causing this "pumped" feeling maybe it isn't. It seems like every time I see a new study on something that improves an endurance athletes performance it's in Ragnorok. If I could only get rid of the "pump" feeling from Ragnoroc it would ROCK.