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ErgoBlast almost triples in size with 6g of citrulline malate and more


After a rather short build up, last week ErgoGenix revealed their next new supplement confirming a reformulated version of their pre-workout ErgoBlast. The brand said that they made improvements where they could, not mentioning a thing about what they have actually changed. ErgoGenix has now released the label for their sequel pre-workout, confirming their exact improvements as well as another feature fans will definitely appreciate.

Before we get into the edits made to ErgoBlast we will point out one of the product’s more appreciated features. Not only has ErgoGenix made some changes contents wise but they’ve also turned ErgoBlast into a completely transparent supplement. The formula no longer lists proprietary blends for any of its ingredients, something you will see almost every brand doing these days. As for the differences between the new and old ErgoBlasts, there are actually enough changes in the sequel for it to be called something like ErgoBlast 2.0.

The main reason we feel the latest from ErgoGenix needs a new name is because it does look like an entirely new product. In total the original ErgoBlast packed 12 different ingredients, 6 of those being carried over to the reformulated pre-workout where they are joined by 5 new features. While 5 isn’t exactly a lot, together the ingredients add over 10g to each ErgoBlast serving. The contents being carried over all make up the stimulant blend, which is a little lighter than it was in the original ErgoBlast most likely due to tyrosine, mucuna pruriens, guranna and CoQ10 all being removed.

Moving on to the ingredients ErgoGenix has added, the reason they total more than 10g is because they’re all your more traditionally full scoop, performance features. Previously outside of the stimulants ErgoBlast had just 500mg of agmatine and 1g of creatine HCl. The pre-workout now lists 3g of creatine monohydrate, 1.2g CarnoSyn beta-alanine, half a gram of glutamine, 125mg norvaline and a massive 6g of citrulline malate.

As mentioned the new ingredients and loss of some of the old, are definitely enough to justify calling the ErgoGenix sequel ErgoBlast 2.0. While a lot of the original’s stimulant blend has remained and should make the supplement somewhat familiar to ErgoGenix fans. It will be interesting to see what affect the performance additions have on the ErgoBlast experience, as they are responsible for almost tripling the size of the formula.

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