New pre-workout supplements arrive by the day and it’s very easy to get lost in the endless hype surrounding them, with each one claiming to give you your most intense workout ever. Today we look into Grenade 50 Calibre and determine whether it’s as solid as the hype surrounding it claim it to be.
Despite the fact that all products claim to be better than anything else ever invented, once you get stuck into the finer details you’ll realize that a lot of the claims made are pure marketing hype.
But in fact when you get down to looking at the actual ingredients, you will see that a lot of them are almost identical. Using a pre workout supplement will not make or break your workout, but the extra energy kick comes in handy from time to time.
In today’s article we’re going to look at this particular product. We’ll be establishing any potential risks or side effects as well as showing any positive aspects.
As far as pre workout intensifiers go, 50 Cal is a good product. It does what it’s designed to do, which is get your body pumped up before hitting the gym. This is largely down to the whopping amount of caffeine per serving. It is so much that we recommend you begin on a half serving to test your body’s reaction before going full on.
Several fat burning ingredients are also at hand to encourage your muscles to use fat for fuel during your gym workout. Ingredients like Bitter Orange Peel and Green Tea Extract also featured in the company’s previous product, a fat burning pill known as Thermo Detonator.
As for side effects, there are two primary ones to watch out for. An uneasy stomach can occur with most strong pre workout products and it also occurs here from time to time. The most common side effect, however, is headaches. This is due to the massive amount of caffeine in each serving. Be sure to drop to half servings if this keeps occurring, and also try to cut out any other caffeine products from your diet.
One area we’d like to point out here is the tub specifically states you receive 50 servings in your sack, yet they are actually referring to the ‘half servings’ we mentioned above, i.e. half a scoop not a full one. Why they haven’t made this clear is beyond us, but bear in mind as you purchase this supplement it should last for around one month which is standard for this type of product.
Every ingredient featured in Grenade .50 Calibre is driven by research and it does get the job done, that is for sure. Whether it can be deemed ‘better’ than any other major brand is really where supplements turn into a game of taste and personal opinion, for the facts we covered above. If you are looking to give this a try it does have our stamp of approval.