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Nutrex replaces Outlift’s BCAAs with more energy & focus for Outlift AMPed

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In preparation for its upcoming release, Nutrex has dropped the label for its highly anticipated UltraFit Series pre-workout Outlift AMPed. When we last posted about the supplement all we could confirm for it were four ingredients with citrulline malate, CarnoSyn beta-alanine, creatine, and TeaCrine. It turns out those four only make up a third of Outlift AMPed, as the product actually packs a total of 12 different ingredients.

The biggest surprise with the reveal of the pre-workout’s label isn’t that it packs quite a few features, but that it’s a lot more different from the original Outlift than expected. With both supplement’s having around the same serving size as well as the same major highlights, we were thinking Outlift AMPed would be a more stimulant-packed Outlift. While the product does indeed have an extra lot of stimulants with TeaCrine and rauwolscine, it also has two other entirely new ingredients as well as an increased dose of another.

The features and doses carried over from Outlift to Outlift AMPed are 8g of citrulline malate (2:1), 3.2g CarnoSyn beta-alanine, 2g taurine, and 5mg of BioPerine black pepper. The ingredients carried over that are in a different form or dose are 2g of Creatine MagnaPower instead of Creapure, a 350mg caffeine blend of Kaff2 citrate and caffeine anhydrous, and lastly five times the amount of n-acetyl l-tyrosine at 750mg.

Nutrex Outlift AMPed

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The remaining four Outlift AMPed features are where most of the surprises come, as mentioned Nutrex has thrown in more than just stimulants. The entirely new additions to the Outlift spin-off are 50mg of the previously confirmed TeaCrine theacrine, half a gram of choline bitartrate, 1.5mg rauwolscine, and 2.5g of betaine anhydrous.

Looking at its combination — which is 100% transparent just like the original — Nutrex’s Outlift AMPed definitely looks like it is going to come through on its promise of being a more intense Outlift. The brand has basically removed the pre-workout’s 6g of 2:1:1 CAAs and replaced them with a handful of performance, energy, and focus ingredients.

According to the brand, Outlift AMPed is due to be released before the end of the month as well as the rest of the UltraFit Series. If you want to be one of the first to get your hands on it you’ll want to keep an eye on Nutrex’s website, as that is where it tends to introduce its latest innovations. We don’t yet have a price on Outlift AMPed, however we do know it’s going to be available in just the one 20 serving tub size, with at least one flavor on its menu in Peach Pineapple.

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