Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Finaflex release after 4 month old preview, Muscle Fiber featuring more than just fiber

Finaflex reveal the rest of Muscle Fiber

Finaflex's partially detailed supplement that we first got a look at way back in May Muscle Fiber, has finally been released. The product thought to be as simple as it's name, previously only had it's title, tub size and highlights to talk about. Almost four months later it turns out Muscle Fiber isn't as straightforward as expected, with it's facts panel listing a little more than the presumed regular dose of dietary fiber. Staying true to it's name Finaflex have packed the supplement with 3g of prebiotic soluble fiber as well as 500 IU of vitamin D3, 2.5g of FOS (fructooligosaccharide) and a heavy hit of glutamine at 5g. As seen in our last post Muscle Fiber features a total of 60 unflavored servings, each weighing in at 7.5g with the tub totaling 450g. If you are a Finalfex fan the latest from the brand shouldn't be too far away from your local stockist, with a bit of extra Muscle Fiber reading now also available on Fineflex's website to see you through the wait

Monday, September 1, 2014

Green Tea X50 makers going premixed, Skinny Protein RTD confirmed for sometime this week

Tribeca Health confirm a premixed Skinny Protein coming this week

Back at the Australian FileX Fitness Expo in early April we were introduced to at the time, a single supplement brand by the name of Tribeca Health with Green Tea X50. At the event we did see a couple of products in promotional material that weren't on display with Skinny Protein and bottled Green Tea X50s. Between now and then the brand have launched Skinny Protein and confirmed that the premixed Green Tea X50 was just for show. Tribeca have however now confirmed the release of something for this week that we did not know was coming, a Skinny Protein RTD. Without any kind of facts panel we don't how similar it is to the original. Although it would be good to assume Skinny Protein's key highlights have remained consistent with low GI, carbohydrates, gluten and fat. As mentioned Tribeca are teasing this one for launch this week, warning fans to keep an eye on the brand's direct store or local stockist.

Myokem Monday: Brand's latest up for grabs once again the anti-estrogen formula Alphadex

Be in to win one of the latest from Myokem the anti-estrogen formula Alphadex
Myokem Monday is back and if you thought last week's prize was awesome, you're going to want to enter again this week. After a couple of giveaways with the fat burner Pyroxamine and the pre-workout Nitramine, we were given the opportunity

App Nut's 4th Innovation supplement released, Free Test XRT detailed and on sale for $59.99

App Nut detail and release their sequel supplement Free Test XRT

As expected Applied Nutriceuticals have detailed and released one of their two listed formulas Free Test XRT and Drive Recomp. The product that's been launched is the muscle builder of the two, the fourth sequel supplement Free Test XRT. Compared to it's predecessor App Nut have done similar to what they did with HG4 Up, completely reformulating the product. The brand's updated XRT edition features highlights such as DHEA, coleus forskolin, velvet bean, maca root and milk thistle. You can check out the full formula below with Free Test XRT's official facts panel. To add to the news the sequel supplement does unfortunately have something else in common with HG4 Up. As well as being redesigned from the ground up, App Nut have also dropped the amount of servings per bottle compared to the original Free Test going from 24 to 20. Whether or not that means the price is going to be dropped too match, we'll have to wait for retail availability. Although for now fans can purchase the latest from the brand direct from their website at $59.99.

Muscle Pharm's edible entry on sale for $1.25, BB.com launch Combat Crunch with BOGO deal

Muscle Pharm's Combat Crunch on sale at Bodybuilding.com for $1.25

They may be coming in second place, either way Bodybuilding.com have shown up with Muscle Pharm's first edible supplement, the protein bar Combat Crunch. Technically the third product in the Combat family, has hit the place that put Combat Casein on sale four days early for the relatively competitive price of $29.88 for a box of 12. Again they are the second store to launch Combat Crunch behind GNC from Saturday, who have coincidentally lowered the cost of Muscle Pharm's protein bar from the $41.88 and $33.50, to $31.41 and $29.83 for Gold Card holders. While the member price is essentially the cheaper option, Bodybuilding.com have got a launch promotion running that blows GNC out of the water. The deal is buy one box of Combat Crunch in either chocolate chip cookie dough or chocolate peanut butter cup and get another box free. Basically you're looking at $1.25 a bar, a price you can't pass on even if you're not a Muscle Pharm fan.

Giant Sports 5th effective formula released, powerful Giant Pump hits Supplement Central

Giant Sports 5th supplement Giant Pump now available

Following more than enough chances for everyone to win, Giant Sport's new dedicated pump pre-workout supplement Giant Pump. That we were fortunate to get to review pre-release back in late March, has now finally made it's way out and is available for purchase. The place the brand's 5th product is currently listed, is the one place almost always first to the scene Supplement Central. While we do know the price the store have it for at the moment will be different and likely cheaper at other Giant stockists, for now they are the only ones selling Giant Pump. Other retailers will no doubt be getting the very intense pump formula sometime soon, possibly even this week, but at $38.95 Supplement Central isn't that bad of an option. Given that you may want to wait for it to hit your favorite nutrition store to buy a monthly stack or bulk buy, die hard fans however will probably have no problem jumping at the opportunity.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Vitrix reformulated with relabeling, Nutrex pre-workout Outlift released a few days early

Nutrex relabel and reformulate Vitrix, as well as launch Outlift direct

Nutrex recently launched Adipodex and Hibern8, both of which are supplements featuring a theme very different to that of their fellow Black Series formulas. The introduction of the duo not only increased the brand's most populated range by two, but forced their new theme on to Niox, T-Up, and the Hemo Rage Shot that also had it's name changed to Outrage. Nutrex have now carried the patterned look over to another one of their Black Series products, the super libido booster Vitrix. Like Outrage, the brand's modification of the supplement's has brought more than just a makeover with a slight formula edit. Previously the product was divided into 1g of tribulus and a 500mg NTS-5 blend. Vitrix now packs an 858mg complex featuring a couple new additions listing arginine, tribulus with 50% saponins instead of 60%, fenugreek, BioPerine and yohimbine HCl. If you are a die hard Nutrex fan and want to get a hold of their latest, the updated Vitrix is actually already on sale direct from the brand, surprisingly alongside their new pre-workout Outlift. For those that had it marked in their calendar, Nutrex did say September 2nd would be the earliest we'd be seeing Outlift, a date they've managed to beat by a couple of days.

Jim Stoppani confirms drop of the box, Post Jym set to split this coming week

Jim Stoppani due to split Post Jym this coming week

Late last week Jim Stoppani confirmed that he will be further dividing his Active Ingredient Matrix and Post Jym Dextrose, by producing the once paired duo in their own individual tubs. We now have a little more information on the move as Stoppani has confirmed that the 30 serving bottles will indeed be replacing the original boxed Post Jym. Seeing as fans will be getting an additional 10 servings per tub, we can only assume the Active variant will be valued quite similar to what Post Jym is at now, and Dextrose obviously quite a bit cheaper. The other piece of information we have on our number one post-workout, is that the supplement is actually almost here. Along with details of the boxed original getting dropped in favor of tubs, Stoppani has told fans to look out for his separated Post Jym partners this coming week. The place they'll launch is of course going to be Jym's exclusive stockist Bodybuilding.com, with their arrival technically taking Stoppani's line to a total of seven products.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Six Pack's 15lb monster now available, Alpha Duffle arrives in three colors


Of all the bags Six Pack Fitness have introduced this year, the biggest of them all had up until now been kept at bay. The brand's mass monster, the luggage designed Alpha Duffle, was originally left out of the 53 items put up for pre-order back in March. It did later get a teaser, however even when the rest of the 2014 Collection started coming out of pre-order around early June, the Alpha had still yet to be seen. Fans can now get out their wallets and welcome in the heavy duty 15lb bag, as Six Pack have finally launched the product politely skipping over the pre-order process. The item comes with enough room for basically everything including six meal containers, it's three included gel packs, a zip on wheel segment, two large ventilated pockets. Two neoprene lined bottle compartments, four external pockets, a dedicated shoe area and of course the main compartment fit for all your luggage. With all it's size it's no surprise that the Alpha comes at a price of $349.99 for each of it's three colors black on black, black on red and red on black. Making the new release Six Pack's second most expensive item, sitting behind another Elite Collection piece the Victoria Elite Tote.

Weekends of Chaos: Chaos and Pain's mind accelerator Cannibal Genius up for grabs

Be in to win Chaos and Pain's Cannibal Genius with Weekends of Chaos
We mentioned it last weekend, then confirmed it during the week, with today being the launch of our Chaos and Pain sponsored Weekends of Chaos. The up and coming brand have joined in the fun here at Stack3d and are