Love some pre-workout? Could Warrior RAGE offer you the quality requirements that you need to be able to smash the gym workout?
Pre-Workouts have come on massively through in my years of being in and around the gym environment. The work gone into these gives you the ability to get pumped for the gym and then not suffer shakes when you want to come down after finishing at the gym.
Warrior RAGE comes with 45 servings, which at current pricing works out to come in at just over 30p a serving. That means that one tub of this can fuel your workouts for at least a month or two depending on your visits to per week.
So value is at a great level, but are we going to see the quality to back this up. We can only find out by getting down to nitty gritty with the ingredients.
INGREDIENTS – Warrior RAGE Pre-Workout
- 8:1:1 100% Instantised Branch Chain Amino Acids (Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine),
- Vitamin C
- Beta Alanine
- Creatine Gluconate
- Sodium Bicarbonate
- Arginine AAKG
- Citrulline Malate
- Caffeine (300mg)
- Vitamin B6
- Malic Acid
How To Take Warrior RAGE
Taking Warrior RAGE Pre-Workout is pretty simple, for one serving add to 250ml of cold water and give it a shake. Consume immediately and it needs to be 30-40 minutes prior to your training for it to have taken effect.
My Conclusion of Warrior RAGE Pre-Workout
The product has one thing going for it, price. Other than that there are a host of problems.
I’ve ran with this stuff for past four days of workouts, and i have to say i’m not down on the taste. I’ve gone for Lightnin’ Lemondade and for me it’s pretty tough to deal with. Researching online seems to suggest similar issues with the other flavours.
While that’s not necessarily unusual for a pre-workout to be tough to taste, you can, and I have paid for quality tasting products that you don’t have to build up to taking. If you want to know more about those, click the links on the page to view our favourite pre-workouts.
In terms of ingredients, we have an issue. A proprietary blend just raises huge question marks around a pre-workout. For those who don’t know proprietary blend basically means whilst ingredients are listed, we have no idea of the quantities, put that together with this being one of the cheapest pre-workouts around and it doesn’t take a lot to think that cheapest ingredients are being put in here in large quantities to keep costs down.
Either way a proprietary blend leaves you with little idea around what you are taking, so it’s low marks for me on this product considering this.
So to conclude, whilst it might make sense for money, it lacks in taste and more importantly in the lack of definition on ingredients.