Legion Pulse Pre Workout Details
|Product Benefits||Energy Management|
|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
|Unit Count||16.0 Ounce|
- 100% ALL-NATURAL PRE-WORKOUT POWDER. Legion Pulse Pre Workout is a naturally sweetened and flavored pre-workout supplement that contains large and effective doses of the best science-backed ingredients, including those found in many nitric oxide supplements: L citrulline malate, betaine, beta-alanine, and alpha gpc.
- BOOSTS ENERGY & FOCUS. Mix a serving of this pre-workout for women and men with water, swig it down, and get fired up and zeroed in and crush your workout . . . and without the jitters, upset stomach, or post-workout crash.
- ENHANCES STRENGTH & ENDURANCE. This Legion Pulse Pre Workout powder is a nitric oxide booster and helps you push more weight and reps, get bigger and better pumps, and gain more muscle and strength.
- GUARANTEED RESULTS OR YOUR MONEY BACK. If you’re not 100% satisfied with this Legion Pulse Pre Workout for men and women, just notify us and we’ll give you a prompt and courteous refund on the spot. No complicated forms and no return necessary.
- THE MAN BEHIND THE BRAND. Tired of the exaggeration and lies of the workout supplements industry? So was Mike Mathews, an international bestselling fitness author with over a million books sold, and that’s why he created Legion Athletics.
About Legion Pulse Pre Workout
According to the company’s website, Legion Pulse Pre Workout contains six active ingredients intended to deliver a variety of benefits, such as reducing stress, improving muscle endurance, reducing exercise-induced fatigue, and more. Additional studies are needed to further examine how these results may vary from person to person, and it’s always best to speak with a healthcare provider who’s familiar with your medical history before starting a new supplement, including a pre-workout. According to the company, active ingredients in Legion Pulse Pre Workout include:
- Caffeine (350 milligrams per serving) to boost energy and performance
- L-theanine (350 milligrams per serving) to enhance mood and prevent energy crash
- Alpha-gpc (300 milligrams per serving) to increase peak force
- Citrulline malate (8 grams per serving) to improve blood flow and muscle endurance
- Beta-alanine (3.6 grams per serving) to boost performance and muscle growth
- Betaine (2.5 grams per serving) to increase strength and muscle endurance
Each of these active ingredients appears in what the company claims to be “clinically effective doses” for results and are tested by a third-party lab to ensure potency.
According to Legion, the clinically effective doses are as follows (although more research is needed to verify these amounts).
- Caffeine: 3 to 6 milligrams per kilogram of body weight
- L-theanine: one-to-one theanine-to-caffeine ratio
- Alpha-gpc: 150 to 1,200 milligrams
- Citrulline malate: 4 to 10 grams
- Beta-alanine: 2.6 to 6.4 grams
- Betaine: 1.25 to 2.5 grams
What Experts Say about Legion Pulse Pre Workout
“Legion Pulse Pre Workout is a powerful product that stands out due to its third-party testing, as well as its use of all-natural ingredients,” says Noah Quezada, a registered dietician nutritionist and CEO of Noah’s Nutrition.
However, the pre-workout may not be right for everyone. “I always encourage my clients to speak with their health care provider before starting any new supplement, especially one that contains caffeine,” he adds. “Caffeine is a stimulant and can have side effects, such as increased heart rate, jitters, and insomnia. For some people, these side effects can be uncomfortable and may even lead to discontinuing the use of the product.”
While other experts highlight the product’s ingredient list as a benefit, the need for pre-workout overall is still up for debate. “As far as pre-workout products go, this is likely one of the better ones available on the market because based on the fact that they use mostly single ingredients and avoid proprietary blends,” says Lon Ben-Asher, a registered dietician and licensed nutritionist at Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami, Florida. Ben-Asher also notes the lack of FDA regulations for transparency surrounding ingredients. “Even though this product is highly touted for [the] scientific studies supporting the benefits and effectiveness of its ingredients, I generally encourage people to obtain their energy and the right nutrients for peak performance through the whole, mostly plant-based foods.”
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