Friday, January 30, 2015

Rebranded Six Star Whey Protein+ suggests teaser is just a makeover

Rebranded Six Star Whey Protein+ suggests teaser is just a makeover

Six Star Pro Nutrition have started teasing something rather large that's coming soon. The picture they uploaded with the teaser can be seen in the background above, outlining what looks like either a large amount of new supplements or the brand's current range. Based on the other image that's come in, which you can also see in the picture above on the right, we're thinking it's the latter. It turns out Six Star are completely rebranding their line of products, something that can be seen on the new cylinder sized Whey Protein+. The colors have been kept exactly the same as well as the inclusion of "from the makers of Muscletech, with the most interesting change in terms of graphics being the brand's logo. Joining Six Star's new tub, the brand's logo has also had a major makeover dropping the formal appearance and alignment of stars, for a much more less-formal star infused design. While we can confirm that the rebranding is very real, we can only assume it's what Six Star are teasing. We can't quite think of anything else it would be, especially since you can see cylinder bottles in the image. But we will need an announcement from the brand before saying the teaser and new look are one in the same.

Mystery ANS Performance picture outlines two protein like supplements

Mystery ANS Performance picture outlines two protein like supplements

If you haven't heard ANS Performance are getting ready to launch their first new supplement for the year, with the BCAA formula Amino-HP. For those that caught the brand's post yesterday, you would've seen ANS's first detail for the product listing 5g of 2:1:1 BCAAs. As exciting as that is and impressive as the supplement is likely to be, today we've got some news that suggests Amino-HP is really just a stepping stone. ANS have dropped an image which you can see above, featuring a very interesting selection of products. Of the six in the picture it appears three of them are the current supplements Dilate, Diablo and HIT and the fourth the upcoming Amino-HP. The other two however are complete mysteries, but definitely hint at something big coming from the always innovative team. While we don't have anything official from the brand just yet, the two products at the back leave us with nothing but the idea of a protein powder and mass gainer, or at the least two sizes of a protein powder. Unlike the others in the image they are without titles despite being shadowed, adding even more mystery to the whole thing. We do know Amino-HP is set to be ANS Performance's next release, which we can only assume is going to be followed by the two unnamed supplements, or one if it's a product in different sizes.

Xtend Go combines Scivation's regular Xtend with a 400mg proprietary

Xtend Go combines Scivation's regular Xtend with a 400mg proprietary

It was just two days ago that Scivation confirmed the coming of their fourth Xtend spin off, with the energy + BCAA formula Xtend Go. The brand did only release an image of the supplement, listing the usual 7g dose of BCAAs and a fruit punch flavor, with no hints at what their interpretation of energy was going to be. Today we've actually got the official facts panel of Xtend Go, revealing Scivation's added 400mg proprietary blend. Compared to the regular Xtend the Go version features all the same ingredients at the exact same doses, right from the 3.5g of leucine all the way down to the 1g of citrulline malate (1:1). As for the complex the brand have thrown in on top, fans are going to be energized by four different features, theanine, 100mg of caffeine, sceletium tortuosum and ubiquinol. In terms of flavors, as seen the other day fruit punch was the only taste we knew of, however details of a second option have come in confirming mango nectar for Xtend Go's menu. For a closer look at the formula we have added its facts panel below, where you can also see that the product packs a total of 30 servings. That doesn't quite give us an exact figure but a slight idea as to what price Scivation may put on Xtend Go, due to the fact that it is identical to the regular 30 serving Xtend with just the added cost of the 400mg blend.

A lot more than just fenugreeks in Pro Supp's upcoming Fenumass

A lot more than just fenugreeks in Pro Supps upcoming Fenumass

The original unveiling of Pro Supps muscle builder Fenumass does date back to all the way in mid December. The brand released an image of the supplement really only confirming its name and why it's called Fenumass. Previously the only two ingredients we knew of in Pro Supp's bright red bottle were two branded versions of fenugreek with Torabolic and Testosurge. While the brand didn't initially say much about Fenumass, really hinting at the two fenugreeks being the major features in the product, it turns out there is a lot more in the formula. The facts panel of the supplement has become available confirming a total of 11 ingredients on top of Torabolic and Testosurge. Of that 11, three are individually dosed alongside the fenugreeks which are detailed as 500mg each, with the other eight features sitting in a 595mg proprietary. Some of the highlights in the blend include horny goat weed, tongkat ali and astragalus. To see Pro Supp's complete list of contents for Fenumass, we have added the product's facts panel down below. For those looking forward to the product do remember this is expected to be a GNC exclusive formula. On top of that its price is going to play a major part, mostly due to the fact that each bottle of Fenumass only packs 15 days worth when using it at its maximum dose.

Betaine and Himalayan pink salt round out BPI's Best Creatine

Betaine and Himalayan pink salt round out BPI's Best Creatine

An update has come in on BPI's Best Creaitne, the brand's third Best titled supplement following on from Best BCAA and Best Protein. Previously we were able to confirm all six of the product's creatine forms with monohydrate, Magna Power, AKG, anhydrous, phosphate and pH buffered Creatine Alkaline. Based on BPI packing so much into the complex creatine formula we definitely weren't expecting anything else to be in there. Much to our surprise there is in fact two more important ingredients in the mix, both transparently dosed. Joining the six different creatines which have been all put in Best Creatine's one and only 4g blend, is 500mg of betaine anhydrous (TMG) and to further optimize creatine uptake 50mg of Himalayan pink salt. Moving on to BPI's menu, so far three flavors can be confirmed with two commonly seen tastes blue raz and fruit punch, and a very unique third fans will recognize from 1 M.R Vortex with snow cone. While we don't have any idea on Best Creatine's launch or price just yet. Those who pick up the supplement when it does arrive won't be needing a second for almost two months, as each 300g tub does squeeze in a total of 50 servings.

Hustle Hard makes it 3 for Pharmafreak's #FreakMode Series

Hustle Hard makes it 3 for Pharmafreak's #FreakMode Series

From 0-100 Real Quick to Never Settle, Pharmafreak have now unveiled their third tee in the 2015 promised Freak Mode Series. It has taken the brand no less than three weeks to give fans a total of three sneak peeks of designs they've put together off the back of the first #FreakMode shirt. Today we have a look at the latest unveiling from Pharmafreak where they continue to use the same layout we saw on the 0-100 top, which was replicated for the Never Settle tee as well. As you can see in the image above for the third Freak Mode shirt the brand have thrown together two more motivational words reading "Hustle Hard". Much like the other two, Pharmafreak have not said anything about when we'll be able to get our hands on the new Freak Modes, just that they will be coming soon. If you are among the group of fans that really can't wait any longer, you may actually want to follow the brand on Facebook. The main reason being that before the tees go on sale it does look like Pharmafreak will be giving a handful away, with details due to dropped on social media.

Sour batch ISO-Amino and funnel almost free with MAN's PepTEST Bulk at Natural Body

Sour batch ISO-Amino and funnel almost free with MAN's PepTEST Bulk at Natural Body

For those of you who didn't quite like MAN Sport's insider PepTES Bulk deals, one of the brand's stockist have come to the rescue. MAN's promotions did range quite well in price starting at $44.99 for PepTEST, a 3-in-1 Shaker, funnel and shipping, going all the way up to $89.99 for PepTEST and NOO Pump as well as all the freebies. As good as the 1%er options were, Natural Body have actually got a slightly better deal available. The price on their package is just a little bit above MAN's cheapest offer at $47.99, which will get you a full size tub of PepTEST Bulk and ISO-Amino both in the awesome sour batch kids flavor, and the brand's on-the-go funnel. The combo is quite similar to MAN's $64.99 insider option with the main differences being that you don't get the shaker or free shipping. The upside of course is that you are saving around $10, or $17 if you want to grab something else from Natural Body to bump your order up over $99 and qualify for free shipping. No matter how you look at it, the pack is a bargain especially when you compare it to other places with PepTEST Bulk by itself at around $40 a tub.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Mystery capsule supplement set to be up next for Neogenix

Mystery capsule supplement set to be up next for Neogenix

After a solid finish last year with Neogenix launching two new additions to their short and sweet line, the brand are now looking like they're ready for another here in 2015. Following on from the slightly reformulated BodyForge, appropriately named BodyForge 2.1, and flavor number two for the brand's stimulant based pre-workout NeuroSurge 3.0. Neogenix have confirmed their interest in another new supplement, which as it stands right now we have next to zero information on. The one detail the brand have leaked is the image you can see above, only really hinting at the formula being some kind of a pill product. Based on that and what Neogenix have done recently, we have to assume they are looking at updating another one of their current supplements. At the moment both of the brand's other products Supremacy and Velocity are at their 2.0 stages, further hinting at the idea of one of the two joining BodyForge at the 2.1 level, or NeuroSurge at 3.0. There is of course the chance that we're looking at an entirely new supplement, which is definitely not something we can rule out. Regardless of whatever it may be, more information are likely to come in soon, especially after seeing how quickly the brand distributed details for their last two releases.

Store pre-workout Fuel finds enough success for Campus Protein to justify a sequel

Store pre-workout Fuel finds enough success for Campus Protein to justify a sequel

Campus Protein are more than just a store you'll want to buy supplements from. Not only do they sometimes have items before anyone else, which we saw just recently with iSatori's Pre-Gro and Hyper-Gro. But they also actually make a handful of their own products, much like we talked about on Monday with Pretty Fit and Greens and Lean. At the moment outside of clothing and accessories Campus do only have just the one supplement, with the pre-workout Fuel. The product features a very simple 100% transparent formula, combining a handful of your usual ingredients with things like 170mg of caffeine, 1.1g of beta-alanine and 300mg of citrulline. Compared to what else is out there the doses are definitely quite low, however Campus have said that may not be the case for too much longer. Apparently the store have found enough success with the supplement to justify the production of a sequel. Fuel 2.0 is currently in the works and is actually expected sooner rather than later. Campus have said they are aiming to have the product ready as early as the Arnold, with the menu also getting a bit of attention. We have yet to see what's different about the updated version, either way loyal fans of the original may want to grab as much as they can, while they can. Especially since Campus Protein currently have it discounted to just $26.99.

Super Grape Dedicated Nutrition's last surprise for the new BCAA Sensation

Super Grape Dedicated Nutrition's last surprise for the new BCAA Sensation

As promised the final pieces of Dedicated's BCAA Sensation puzzle have arrived. Earlier in the week we were able to confirm three of the six other ingredients outside of the reformulated supplement's aminos, seeing a little more than your usual hydration features. On top of the 100mg of calcium phosphate, the upcoming BCAA Sensation also has two ingredients at the exact same doses as seen in Dedicated's number one pre-workout Unstoppable. The duo are 50mg of Astragin, and 100mg of EPO-Drol a trademarked variant of rhodiola rosea extract. Today we do finally have the complete facts panel to show, confirming something we thought might be the case. For those that didn't notice, all three of the aforementioned features are in fact in Dedicated's pre-workout Unstoppable. It turns out the same thing can be said for two of BCAA Sensation's other three ingredients. The two we are talking about are sodium and potassium phosphate, both dosed at 100mg each, and are two features fans will recognize from Unstoppable. As for the last one, Dedicated have thrown in something we are seeing more and more of lately with their trademarked version of grape seed extract called Super Grape. According to the brand Super Grape separates itself from the rest by being specifically developed to be "structurally unique yielding unprecedented levels of low molecular weight polyphenols and epicatechin". For a closer look at Dedicated's new BCAA Sensation we have added its facts panel below, with the product still set for launch sometime over the next week or two.