Xpand Xreme Pump Review

Xpand Xreme Pump Review

Xpand Xtreme Pump components are an intermingling of stimulating nutrition and other food extracts that boast of power and stamina. There seem to be no side effects (according to the Xpand Xtreme Pump review) making it safe for consumption.

This intense pre-work out supplement contains a lot of great ingredients that can boost energy for those pumps in the gym. Energy-boosting ingredients are crammed into this formula that one scoop would contain:

• 5g Creatine Matrix

• 3.5g Arginine Blend

• 5g Anabolic Amino Acid Compound

• 2.5g Beta Alanine

• 3.9g Energy & Mental Focus Factors

This concentrated formula gives the athletes the focus and stamina for building those massive stacks without getting tired. This is because of the 2.5g of beta Alanine, a component that stabilizes mood and increases focus by influencing the amount of neurotransmitters, dopamine and adrenaline.

The presence of creatine allows the athlete to improve execution of different exercises, increase muscular strength, increase body mass and faster recovery after the work outs.


The problem with this supplement is that they do not have enough amounts of the ingredients. It does not have sufficient amino acids to maintain the muscles. It does not have adequate creatine to give enough energy for the muscle building and strength needed for the work outs. So this is one supplemental pre-work out formula that does not really give athletes what they need. They do not keep up with what they are promising on advertisements, which would be extremely disappointing to those who are serious with their work out sessions.

The thing that really bothers most users is the presence of the carb complex in the list of ingredients. People go on low carb diet to ensure that the body uses the stored fats as source of energy thus destroying fat stores in the process – the individual will lose weight and at the same time allows protein in the muscles to move. The presence of carb complex in the formula seems to defeat the purpose of the supplement.

How To Take The Supplement

As a dietary supplement and pre-workouts, only a scoop (20g) is taken with 8-16 oz. of water or favorite beverage. For first timers and on non-workout days, 1/2 scoop is taken to maintain optimal nitric oxide levels in the body.

As with other dietary supplements and medications, instructions on the label should be and in cases some problems occur, a doctor should be consulted.

Xpand Xtreme Pump Side Effects

Pre-work out supplements are flooding the market now. Xpand Xtreme Pump is one of these. It gives you greater pump, stamina and muscle building energy. Each scoop gives you the Mental Focus Matrix, 3.5g of Arginine Fusion, 5g of Creatine Matrix, 5g of Anabolic 2.5g of Beta Alanine, Amino Acid Complex and 3.9g of Energy. It is one of the best weight loss products that burns fats rapidly. It is the only pre-work out drink that does not contain caffeine.

It is usually taken with one scoop and 8-16 ounces of water or any of your favorite drink.

The most common side effect mentioned are diarrhea and nausea, increase incidence of cold sores and extreme rush of energy – which might be quite dangerous.

Research studies have shown that creatine is one of the most effective ingredients in high-intensity trainings, including weight exercises and sports that would need short energy spurts such as football or sprinting. But there are few studies that maintain that this ingredient is effective in aerobic type exercises or in increasing performance. Creatine causes weight gain as it pulls water to into muscle cells, helping with proteins synthesis. This might cause a bloated feeling when taking the supplement.

Some people might experience some of these side effects due to the presence of arginine in the product: diarrhea, head aches, low blood pressure, bloating, increased cold sores or swelling of the legs. It might even worsen the asthma of people with this condition. This is usually due to the fact the arginine is a vasodilator (relaxes and dilates arteries).

The presence of beta Alanine usually cause tingly sensations on the face, especially around the lip. But this uncomfortable sensation usually goes away with prolonged and constant use. Some skin irritation and flushing may be experienced by the user. This is typically felt if more than 40mg per kilo bodyweight is used.

Since there is no caffeine in this product, it is safe to use during night work outs since the inability to sleep will not be felt.

Basically, studies and reviews have shown that users of this product have not felt any unwanted side effects and their goals have been reached.

As with other pre-work out drinks, make sure to follow instructions on the label. If there are other underlying disease conditions, such as heart problems, make certain that you consult your doctor first before taking this formula.

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