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  1. Quote Originally Posted by GottiStatus View Post
    Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't beet root extract have a very low nitrate content? So what's the benefit to it in a pump product?
    Yep, very low. Even standardized beet root extracts tend to be only around 1-3% nitrates, or 10-30mg from 1g of powder. I mean, the product has other solid ingredients, but donít expect the beet root to add much value IMO.
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by booneman77 View Post
    $50 for a burner tho... ehhhhhhh
    Come on man, you know how pricing works in regards to directly from the brand versus online stores. In addition to what has been posted above, some sites have been running a BOGO free on OxyMax XT. If this is done with the new version, you're looking at $20 a bottle.
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  3. Ok guys it finally landed.

    Please check the ingredient list and profile

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    Extreme Vasodilatory and Muscle Volumizing Matrix

    • The Most Effective Product in its Class
    • Provides Incredible Muscle Pumps, Dramatic Increases in Muscle Fullness, and Road-Map Vascularity that Lasts for Hours After Leaving the Gym
    • Works through Multiple Pathways (e.g. nitric oxide elevation, plasma expansion, and intracellular volumization)to Produce the Best Results Possible
    • Contains Over 25 Grams of Active Ingredients per Serving—The Most of any Pump Product on the Market
    • Contains 5Grams of HydroMax per Serving—2-3X the Industry Average
    • Boosts Muscle Strength, Power Output, and Muscular Endurance
    • Increases Amino Acid Uptake and Overall Nutrient Delivery to Working Muscles
    • Inhibits Protein Breakdown and Increases Protein Synthesis via Cell Swelling
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    • Stimulant-Free



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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Olympus Labs View Post
    We have a pump product scheduled for release around end of November/December that will revolutionize non-stim pre's.
    This sounds so sexy.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    I REALLY need to raise my prices.
    Clear your dammn inbox lol
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    Anyone who was looking for the new Cake Bites, (Chocolate Mint/Blueberry Cheesecake) they are now for sale online. And I can get you guys a discount code too. Shoot me a PM if need be.






    Also --->
    New Magnum Pre-workout Formula

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  7. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Also --->
    New Magnum Pre-workout Formula

    Am I the only one not really impressed at all by this? I saw this on FB yesterday and people were talking about how sick the pumps are gonna be....lol wat?

  8. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    Also --->
    New Magnum Pre-workout Formula

    couple things i'd tweak i bit in here but really liking this blend

    might have to give it a try

  9. Quote Originally Posted by carguy123 View Post
    Am I the only one not really impressed at all by this? I saw this on FB yesterday and people were talking about how sick the pumps are gonna be....lol wat?
    imo agmatine should be a 1G

    and i'd up the dose of the 2:1 citrulline but i like that is 2:1 VS 1:1

  10. Quote Originally Posted by carguy123 View Post
    Am I the only one not really impressed at all by this? I saw this on FB yesterday and people were talking about how sick the pumps are gonna be....lol wat?
    Pumps nothing to write home about, standard 6g of 2:1 and 500mg of Agmatine (both at 2 scoops). Very poorly dosed Agmatine.
    Too much Theanine, almost same amount as the Caffeine...its not a Stim heavy pre, don't see why company's keep jacking The anime in their stuff I.e. Quake

    Interested in this French Pine Bark extract...haven't come across this in other pre's. No idea what it does.
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  11. French pine bark sounds like an air freshener

  12. Quote Originally Posted by DEVANS89 View Post
    French pine bark sounds like an air freshener
    Lol. Looked it up quickly, looks like an antioxidant of some proportion, maybe more to it but why antioxidant in a Pre?
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  13. Quote Originally Posted by carguy123 View Post
    Am I the only one not really impressed at all by this? I saw this on FB yesterday and people were talking about how sick the pumps are gonna be....lol wat?
    Nothing groundbreaking as far as the profile goes. Guess only time will tell once people actually start using it
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by shockrock3 View Post
    Lol. Looked it up quickly, looks like an antioxidant of some proportion, maybe more to it but why antioxidant in a Pre?
    maybe something with absorption... typically thats the only positive use for them pre wokrout
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    Quote Originally Posted by shockrock3 View Post
    Lol. Looked it up quickly, looks like an antioxidant of some proportion, maybe more to it but why antioxidant in a Pre?
    antioxidant's can help with absorption/synergistic effect of the formula, and also cardiovascular properties.. Just like why companies put vitamin C in their pre workouts. That can also help with nitrates (when included) to prevent tolerance build up. That is not uncommon to see in pre-workouts.
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  16. Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins

    J Cardiovasc Pharmacol. 2002 Nov;40(5):701-13.
    Nitric oxide formation and corresponding relaxation of porcine coronary arteries induced by plant phenols: essential structural features.
    Taubert D1, Berkels R, Klaus W, Roesen R.
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    Department of Pharmacology, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany. [email protected]

    Abstract

    The high intake of polyphenols is thought to contribute to the beneficial cardiovascular effects of plant-centered diets. A putative mechanism underlying the cardioprotective activity is thought to be a plant phenol-induced increase of nitric oxide formation by the constitutive endothelial nitric oxide synthase. Twenty-eight phenols of different classes commonly occurring in plant foods were examined for their capability of enhancing the endothelial nitric oxide release of isolated porcine coronary arteries by direct real-time measurement of the luminal surface nitric oxide concentration with an amperometric microsensor. Additionally, the relaxing activity of the phenols was measured on porcine coronary rings. Quercetin, myricetin, leucocyanidol, and oligomeric proanthocyanidins induced the highest increases in nitric oxide release (delta[NO] > 8.5 nM ); caffeic acid, fisetin, hyperosid, and isoquercitrin were moderately active (5 nM < delta[NO] < 8.5 nM ); the other phenolic compounds caused only marginal increases of the nitric oxide levels (delta[NO] < 5 nM). The nitric oxide-stimulating activity of the phenols was uniformly positively correlated with their vasorelaxing activity. However, endothelium-dependent vasorelaxations were limited to phenols inducing nitric oxide elevations > 5 nM (= Km value of the soluble guanylate cyclase). Analysis of structure-activity relations revealed that a high nitric oxide activity was confined to a flavan-moiety with free hydroxyl-residues at C3, C3', C4', C5, and C7 and a hydroxyl-, oxo-, or phenolic substituent at C4, whereas the caffeic acid scaffolding emerged as the minimally essential motif for the nitric oxide-dependent vasorelaxation.
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins

    J Cardiovasc Pharmacol. 2002 Nov;40(5):701-13.
    Nitric oxide formation and corresponding relaxation of porcine coronary arteries induced by plant phenols: essential structural features.
    Taubert D1, Berkels R, Klaus W, Roesen R.
    Author information

    1
    Department of Pharmacology, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany. [email protected]

    Abstract

    The high intake of polyphenols is thought to contribute to the beneficial cardiovascular effects of plant-centered diets. A putative mechanism underlying the cardioprotective activity is thought to be a plant phenol-induced increase of nitric oxide formation by the constitutive endothelial nitric oxide synthase. Twenty-eight phenols of different classes commonly occurring in plant foods were examined for their capability of enhancing the endothelial nitric oxide release of isolated porcine coronary arteries by direct real-time measurement of the luminal surface nitric oxide concentration with an amperometric microsensor. Additionally, the relaxing activity of the phenols was measured on porcine coronary rings. Quercetin, myricetin, leucocyanidol, and oligomeric proanthocyanidins induced the highest increases in nitric oxide release (delta[NO] > 8.5 nM ); caffeic acid, fisetin, hyperosid, and isoquercitrin were moderately active (5 nM < delta[NO] < 8.5 nM ); the other phenolic compounds caused only marginal increases of the nitric oxide levels (delta[NO] < 5 nM). The nitric oxide-stimulating activity of the phenols was uniformly positively correlated with their vasorelaxing activity. However, endothelium-dependent vasorelaxations were limited to phenols inducing nitric oxide elevations > 5 nM (= Km value of the soluble guanylate cyclase). Analysis of structure-activity relations revealed that a high nitric oxide activity was confined to a flavan-moiety with free hydroxyl-residues at C3, C3', C4', C5, and C7 and a hydroxyl-, oxo-, or phenolic substituent at C4, whereas the caffeic acid scaffolding emerged as the minimally essential motif for the nitric oxide-dependent vasorelaxation.
    Definitely good stuff and it has inhibiting effect on CYP 450 such as CYP3A4

  18. Quote Originally Posted by TrainerTone View Post
    You already know to count me in. Certified pump fiend here!!
    But what do they even do? Make you "feel" like you worked out harder than you actually did?

  19. Quote Originally Posted by TommyTuffGuy View Post
    But what do they even do? Make you "feel" like you worked out harder than you actually did?
    Do your research broseph. The "pump" is actually beneficial
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by TrainerTone View Post
    Do your research broseph. The "pump" is actually beneficial
    Plus some ingredients that help with the pump can also improve endurance, which is obviously beneficial.
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  21. Quote Originally Posted by muscleupcrohn View Post
    Plus some ingredients that help with the pump can also improve endurance, which is obviously beneficial.
    Bingo bango
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    That sounds heavenly
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  24. Has anyone tried the Chocolate Mint Cake Bites yet?
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    Hhhnnnnggggg

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    Has anyone tried the Chocolate Mint Cake Bites yet?
    After trying the chocolate doughnut ones, I'm never trying another cake bite. Ever
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