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C4 Zero just like C4 but without beta-alanine and creatine

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If you thought there wasn’t anywhere else Cellucor could go with its pre-workout family, which already has a lot of different versions of C4. You’ll be surprised to hear that there is in fact another one coming called C4 Zero.

Unlike a few of the other pre-workouts that use the word “zero” in their titles, C4 Zero isn’t a naturally flavored version of the regular C4. The upcoming Cellucor supplement is actually a tingle free and zero creatine pre-workout.

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The new C4 Zero is very similar to the regular C4, Cellucor has just swapped out two of its transparently dosed ingredients. To make sure it lives up to its tingle free promise, the brand has removed the product’s 1.6g of beta-alanine, as well as its gram of NO3-T creatine nitrate.

In place of the two removed ingredients, Cellucor has added 3g of citrulline malate, just like in the new Beta BCAA. The brand has also thrown in a light 2g of BCAAs at the usual 2:1:1 ratio.

Everything else in C4 Zero is exactly the same as it is in the regular C4, from its gram of arginine AKG, to its 425mg energy blend of n-acetyl l-tyrosine, caffeine, velvet bean, and TeaCrine. Despite the two changes, the new C4 still seems to be promoting the same kind of effects with increased energy and muscle pumps.

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For now Cellucor is only promoting C4 Zero as launching sometime soon, with just the one 30 serving tub size confirmed so far. As for flavors, the tingle free pre-workout is due to be released in at least three with Orange Mango, Pink Lemonade, and Strawberry Watermelon, all of which are from menus of other C4s.

While C4 Zero is not yet available, we do actually have some idea on how much it’s going to cost. As you’d imagine being so similar to the regular C4, it is going to be priced around the same being close to that $30 mark.

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