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Mesomorph performs at level 2.0, Australian enthusiasts can count on APS’s pre-workout

Review of APS Nutrition's pre-workout Mesomorph 2.0

Advanced Performance Supplements, also known as APS, are the makers of one of Australia’s most popular pre-workouts Mesomorph. Last year the product was launched with an updated formula taking on the new title Mesomorph 2.0. The self proclaimed ‘king of pre-workout powders’, brought to the market a rather average list of ingredients. The energy complex features basic highlights such as caffeine, citrulline, and agmatine sulfate. After hitting the Australian Fitness Expo and getting in touch with the brand, we decided to give the supplement a go and see what all the fuss about.

Mesomorph 2.0 is a great example of a formula that doesn’t look like much, but kind of is. While it doesn’t compare to supplements in the American market, despite having it’s own US version available in the country.  APS have done a great job at giving Australian enthusiasts something worth purchasing that actually fits in with all of the rules and regulations in the area.

To start off, the flavors on option for the product are actually quite well done. Tropical, watermelon, pineapple, and grape, all have that delectable fruitiness, with the best taste award going to the variant in yellow, pineapple.  The powder mixes in rather nicely, with a smooth Jack3d like substance that shouldn’t leave any concentrated hits in the bottom of the shaker, or sour spots throughout the drink.

As far as performance goes, Mesomorph is definitely up there with some of the best. It doesn’t quite crack our top 10, but in an area where customers do not have the majority of our highest ranked pre-workouts available anyway, APS more than fill the gap with their supplement. The formula provides a clean dose of energy on par with Cellucor’s C4 Extreme, and a small amount of focus. The combination provides a long lasting experience that sees you hitting set after set with a strong, ‘get it done’ attitude throughout your workout. Mesomoprh does have a muscle pump effect, however the presence is so thin it is hard to determine whether or not it is something the supplement actually provides, or just an amplification of an intense effort.

For energy enthusiasts in Australia, it is unfortunate products like NLA’s Supp-D, Black Market’s AdreNOlyn, or even MuscleMed’s N.O. Bull are not available. Fortunately Mesomorph 2.0 is on the shelf, and it is actually a pre-workout best described as not half bad. For 25 maximum servings, local retailers do charge around the same price as the similarly performing C4 Extreme, and it’s large 30 full serving tub. For a supplement that delivers the cost is very reasonable, and even if you don’t decide to pick it up. It’s always good having another product in mind if you’re looking for a change.

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