Are you fed up of pre-workout supplements that leave you feeling sick and fatigued?
Do you get stomach aches, jitters, nausea, and the terrible post-workout crash?
Do you want a pre-workout drink that gives you continuous energy with better focus and motivation to train? Do you expect it to give you better workouts so you can meet and exceed your personal records (PRs)?
If you can totally relate to these thoughts, then your going to love Winners PreWorkout.
Why? Because it was formulated with all of these factors in mind. To be labeled a “winner”, it needs to achieve several things:
1. It must boost your energy without making your heart race excessively.
You’ll never think you’ve had a great workout if you’re focused on thinking you’re having a heart attack after taking your pre-workout.
So we didn’t use any harsh stimulants because we want you to experience a smoother, more enjoyable energy rush.
2. It must not make you crash after your workout.
You’d think this is common sense right? Surely you don’t want to be in the middle of an intense workout and then suddenly stop, lay on the bench, and pass out.
Rest assured that you won’t experience that with Winners Preworkout
It’s made to give you constant energy that will not disappear in the middle of your workout or leave you feeling tired after it.
3. It must improve your physical performance
No doubt, you believe that working out is more than just moving your body. Instead, you’re very passionate about it and take it seriously.
You want to push your limits at every workout to see how far you can go. This means lifting heavier weights, doing more reps, or running that extra mile. You need a pre-workout supplement that’s actually going to help you take it to the next level.
Winners Preworkout will offer you exactly that.
4. It must boost your focus and mood
Has there ever been a time when you just couldn’t get into your workout?
Surely, you’ve had times when it’s been difficult to concentrate on your workout and channel your thoughts to complete your rep or set. Thus, completing your workout becomes very difficult.
Winners Preworkout helps your sharpen your focal point and improve your mood, which results in you having effective workouts. You’ll leave the gym satisfied knowing that you performed at your best.
5. There should be no stomach sickness, nausea, or side effects
Have you ever stopped mid-workout because of an upset stomach?
With all the harsh chemicals and stimulants found in most preworkouts today, many stomachs simply cannot digest them properly.
With Winners Preworkout, you won’t develop an upset stomach or feel queasy ever!
Winners Preworkout is the perfect Preworkout supplement
The benefits of the ingredients in Winners Preworkout have been demonstrated in numerous, real scientific studies and clinical trials.
You won’t find many of the harsh, cheap stimulants used today that surprise your system and upset your stomach.
Instead, the only stimulant you’ll find is a medium dose of caffeine, which lengthens your energy levels and improves your mood and mind.
Winners Preworkout wins because of its particular combination of natural ingredients, which have been scientifically proven to increase energy, strength, endurance, focus, and mood.
These important ingredients are citrulline malate, beta-alanine, betaine, and d-aspartic acid, which have been proven in numerous clinical trials to offer real performance benefits.
Additionally, each of these vital ingredients is clinically dosed. What does that mean and why is it important? It means that the amount of each ingredient used in the scientific studies is also found in Winners Preworkout, which means you’ll experience real benefits.
However, if for any reason you don’t love Winners Preworkout, just contact us to get an immediate refund, no questions asked.
Reading the ingredients reveals…
You usually associate caffeine with giving you a kickstart to your day but this strong ingredient can do more than that.
Clinically effective dosages range between 3 – 6 mg per kilogram of body weight, or 246 mg – 492 mg for a person weighing 82 kilograms (182 pounds), which is the average weight of a person in the USA. 4
Winners PreWorkout has 350 mg of caffeine per serving – the same amount of caffeine in a large cup of coffee – which is in the middle of the clinically effective dosage range.
Citrulline malate is involved in creating cellular energy. It is the amino acid L-citrulline bound with malic acid, and is abundant in many types of fruit.
When it comes to a pre-workout supplement, it’s better to take citrulline malate instead of L-citrulline because:
1. It’s accepted that malic acid gives additional health and performance benefits. 7
2. In all of the studies that demonstrated improved performance, citrulline malate is the type that was used.
Additionally, citrulline malate is better absorbed by the body and therefore more effective in improving physical performance than the commonly used nitric oxide booster, L-arginine. 8
Studies have shown that supplementing with citrulline helps:
2. Relieve muscle soreness 10
Clinically effective dosages range from 4 – 10 grams per day.
Winners PreWorkout has 8.25 grams of citrulline malate per serving.
Beta-alanine is an amino acid that develops naturally and regulates the amount of carnosine stored in the muscles. 14
Who cares, you ask? Well carnosine helps regulate acidity levels in the muscles
Who cares, you ask? Well when your muscles constantly contract, they become more acidic. As a result, their ability to continue contracting diminishes until they can no longer contract.
This is one of the ways muscles become tired. 15
Enter carnosine. Carnosine reverses this process by reducing acidity in the muscles, and as a result, increases the capacity of the muscles to do more work before they get tired. 16
Enter beta-alanine. When there is more beta-alanine in the body, there is also more carnosine and studies have shown that supplementing with beta-alanine:
Clinically effective dosages range from 2.6 – 6.4 grams per day, with the average effective dose being 5 grams per day.
Winners PreWorkout has 4.5 grams of beta-alanine per serving, which is in the middle of the clinically effective dosage range.
A harmless side effect of taking Beta-alanine at these effective dosages is that it may cause your skin to experience a tingling sensation. 28
Thus, you may experience this after taking Winners PreWorkout because it is properly dosed.
Quite simply, betaine in an ingredient that’s sourced from beets and other plants. It’s scientific name is trimethylglycine.
How it does this exactly isn’t exactly known yet but new discoveries are being made.
A study that is regarded as being accurate relates to the cellular swelling effect that betaine has.
Cellular swelling protects cells from damage brought about from exercise and as a result, enhances performance. 31
Clinically effective dosages range from 1.25 – 2.5 grams.
Winners PreWorkout has 2.5 grams of betaine per serving.
Together with citrulline, L-Ornithine is an amino acid that plays an important role in the metabolic cycle, specifically the urea cycle.
The urea cycle is a process that occurs when the liver converts ammonia into urea and then removes it through urination.
This affects your capacity to perform physically.
Studies show that supplementing with L-Ornithine can help:
1. Reduce fatigue in extended exercise 32
2. Boost fat oxidation (burn fat for energy instead of for carbs or glycogen) 32
A clinically effective dose of L-Ornithine is 2 – 3 grams per day.
Winners PreWorkout has 2 grams of L-Ornithine per serving.
L-Theanine is an amino acid that’s mainly found in tea and when mixed with caffeine, can provide many cognitive benefits
Studies show that supplementing with both theanine and caffeine can help:
1. Lower the effects of mental and physical stress 33
2. Boost nitric oxide production, which increases blood flow 34
A clinically effective dose of L-Theanine is 100 – 250 mg.
Winners PreWorkout has 250 mg of L-Theanine per serving.
Taurine is an amino acid commonly found in fish and meat and, as an antioxidant, helps the body suppress harmful toxins. 39
It is also important for proper cardiovascular function and the development of skeletal muscle and the central nervous system. 40
Taurine levels are low to negligible in vegan diets.
Studies show that supplementing with taurine can help:
1. Stimulate cognitive performance and well-being 41
2. Help muscular contraction 42
4. Increase fat oxidation 45
A clinically effective dose of taurine is 500 mg – 2 grams per day.
Winners PreWorkout has 1.5 grams of taurine per serving.
If you compare Winners PreWorkout to other pre workout powders on the market, you’ll see that it’s a step above the rest.
This is because of what it doesn’t contain.
Many of today’s supplements have artificial dyes in them, known as azo dyes. Azo dyes come in the form of FD&C Yellow #5 (aka tartrazine), FD&C Blue #1 (aka brilliant blue), FD&C Red #40 (aka allura red), just to name a few.
These dyes are not necessary and that’s why you won’t find them in Winners Preworkout
No useless carb powders or unnecessary fillers
No doubt you’ve heard that eating carbohydrates before your workout is a way to boost your performance. This is true and is the reason why you won’t find cheap carb powders in Winners PreWorkout. Carbs are better taken from eating food instead of from a pre workout drink.
The only filler you’ll find in it is silica which is used to prevent clumping and improve its flavor and mixability. When compared to the 22 grams of active ingredients inside, you’ll see that the amount used is almost non-existent.
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DIRECTIONS: Mix one (1) scoop with 10-12 fl oz (296-355 ml) of water. Adjust liquid level for your desired flavor. Take 15-30 minutes before training. If one (1) scoop is too strong, then use ½ scoop.
a) While taking one (1) serving before any type of workout is common, It may serve you better to take ½ a serving before training easy and one (1) serving before training hard.
b) If you have a meal before your workout (i.e. you’ll be fed while training), take it 20-30 minutes before training, since it’ll take longer to take effect.
Conversely, if you don’t eat before training (i.e. you’ll be fasted while training), take it 15 minutes before training.
c) Although it’s not necessary to cycle, limit your caffeine intake to less than 400 mg per day, while reducing or eliminating it for 1-2 days per week to fully feel its effect.
d) Take it frequently each week to allow carnosine to collect in your muscles and gain the full muscle building benefits of the beta alanine.
e) You can take it as a “upper” instead of other caffeinated drinks due to its mental and mood-boosting ingredients, caffeine and theanine.
WARNING: Do not use if: you are pregnant, nursing, under the age of 18, sensitive to caffeine, experience any adverse effects, or the seal is broken or missing upon receipt. Consult a physician prior to use if you are taking medication or have a medical condition.
Use only as directed.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Winners PreWorkout offers you a clean burst of energy without the crash or jitters.
The others will leave you feeling restless and tired because of the type and amount of stimulants they have.
Winners PreWorkout has a balanced amount of caffeine, which is acceptable to most people, as the only stimulant.
Theanine, an amino acid, has also been added to curb any caffeine rush and offer a more pleasant “decline.”
As a result, you’ll notice a better workout, which means lifting more weight, forcing more reps, and ending with a bigger pump.
Remember, every ingredient in Winners PreWorkout is clinically dosed and has been scientifically proven to provide performance benefits.
Very few pre workouts offer this mix.
Based on customer feedback, it’s very possible that you’ll never take another pre workout again.
This pre workout enhances performance during both aerobic and anaerobic exercise.
This means that in addition to weightlifting, it’s also suitable for endurance and cardio workouts.
When weightlifting, you’ll realize more strength and muscular endurance.
When doing cardio, you’ll realize more energy and stamina.
Whatever your training, Winners PreWorkout will help you improve it.
While creatine is known to work to help gain muscle and strength, it should not be used in a preworkout supplement
Why, you ask? Because research shows that taking creatine with caffeine can reverse the muscle and strength gains it’s known to give. 1
Yes, there are other studies that say it’s fine to combine both but until the scientific proof sways overwhelmingly in their favor, it’s best to be cautious and not mix the two.
There is also scientific proof that creatine supplementation is more useful during the post-workout period. 2
A supplement with excessive ingredients doesn’t mean it’s a better supplement.
Usually, a supplement with many different ingredients has ingredients that are underdosed. Therefore, the product cannot give you the performance benefits you want and is ineffective.
Winners PreWorkout has proven ingredients that are clinically dosed to give you maximum performance benefits. This results in an exceptional product.
When considering a preworkout supplement, ask yourself if all the ingredients it contains will affect performance.
Ingredients such as tyrosine, BCAAs, l-norvaline, l-arginine, and B vitamins, to name a few, do not have scientific evidence to back up their claims and are thus unnecessary.
Why buy something that can’t help you, right?
Each ingredient in Winners PreWorkout has been added because of its efficacy and safety.
There simply aren’t many ingredients that can offer both at clinical doses.
Just remember the 350 mg of caffeine present in each serving. Some females may find this excessive.
If this happens, just reduce the serving size by half.
The old adage “you get what you pay for” is true in this case.
If you compare the Supplement Facts panel, you’ll see that Winners PreWorkout has:
a) NO proprietary blends, which means that you’ll know the exact amount of each ingredient that you’re buying. They are disclosed and not hidden behind the words ”proprietary blend”
b) High quality ingredients in clinically effective doses
c) Ingredients that have been proven to be effective in scientific studies
d) NO food dyes, thus NO artificial colors, and NO needless fillers
All these factors mean you’re buying a very safe and effective pre workout supplement.
Doses help measure the efficacy level of an ingredient and their results have been published in scientific literature.
A dose of an ingredient that is clinically effective means that such a dose has been proven in scientific studies to offer maximum benefit and minimum side effects.
Compared to other pre-workout supplements, Winners PreWorkout may seem to have high doses of each ingredient but, honestly, such doses are the right amounts needed to boost workout performance.
This also helps you see how pathetically underdosed other pre-workout powders are.
It's been scientifically proven that theanine and citrulline help raise nitric oxide production.
Winners PreWorkout has them both in clinically effective doses.
Citrulline malate is present in the 2:1 type - the type that has been proven to give performance benefits in the majority of scientific studies.
Winners PreWorkout powder exceeds the highest manufacturing quality and safety standards set by both federal and state governments in the USA.
It’s made in a UL NPA cGMP facility, a facility that has won many awards for its manufacturing practices.
It wouldn’t be able to pass the required quality and safety inspections if it just had fillers.
What’s inside the bottle is exactly what’s on the label, which means full transparency.
If you really want to know what a good workout feels like, then give Winners PreWorkout a try.
The beta alanine it contains may cause you to experience a tingling sensation, usually on the face.
This is considered to be a normal reaction so you shouldn’t be concerned.
Just add more water to find your tolerance level.
If that doesn’t help, then please let us know so we can enhance the product.
Clumping can occur but you shouldn’t be concerned.
If your bottle is exposed to humidity, the moisture in the air will be absorbed by the citrulline malate and may clump. This is why you should store your bottle in a cool, dry place.
Clumping will not negatively affect the quality so it will still be effective.
If clumping occurs, just shake the bottle forcefully to break up the clumps or use a spoon to crush them.
With only 8 calories per serving, it won’t increase your insulin levels to a point that breaks your fast.
You may develop a tolerance to the caffeine inside.
If this happens, just lower your caffeine intake from other foods for 1-2 days per week, like on your non-workout days.
Because of the amount of caffeine per serving, you should take just one (1) serving per day.
Taking more will cause you to exceed the normal caffeine intake of 400 mg (most people), which isn’t recommended.
Yes, since none of its ingredients come from meat.
Yes, since no ingredients come from animal sources.