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BSN is bringing back EndoRush as a pre-workout powder


If you’re a relatively new fan of BSN you probably won’t be familiar with the name EndoRush. It was, however, the name of an on-the-go energy supplement the brand had available for some time quite a while ago. This year EndoRush is officially making a return, although this time as a powder pre-workout formula.

The upcoming 2017 EndoRush is the first entirely new product we’ve seen from BSN in over five months, with its last release being the energy and focus formula Neuro FX. News of EndoRush also comes a little more than a year after the launch of BSN’s most recent pre-workout competitor, NO Xplode XE Edge.


Full transparency

The new EndoRush promises a similar mix of effects as NO Xplode XE Edge, including ingredients for energy, focus, muscle pumps, and enhanced performance. Like Xplode XE, BSN has also brought back EndoRush with a fully transparent formula, telling you exactly how much of each ingredient it has per serving.

EndoRush ingredients

BSN’s latest pre-workout supplement breaks its variety of ingredients up into groups for performance, pump, and energy and focus. Taking care of the performance side in EndoRush is 3g of creatine monohydrate, 1.6g of CarnoSyn beta-alanine, and 5mg of BioPerine black pepper.

Next, you have a handful of ingredients for improved pumps with NO3-T creatine nitrate, 250mg each of calcium and magnesium glycerophosphate, and the patented Velox blend of 1.5g each of arginine and pure citrulline. Rounding out the EndoRush combination is its four features for energy and focus with 300mg of caffeine from green tea, green coffee bean, and caffeine anhydrous, 150mg of Euphoria longan extract, and 26mg of yohimbe extract.


Xplode XE similarities

While EndoRush does look quite different from NO Xplode XE, it does share quite a few ingredients with the year old pre-workout such as beta-alanine, citrulline, and yohimbe. Based on that, if you’re a fan of Xplode XE there is a good chance you’ll also enjoy the new EndoRush. You won’t, of course, know for sure how good it is until you try it, but there are definitely some significant similarities between the two formula wise.

Five flavor menu

We’re not yet sure on when BSN will be officially launching EndoRush; however, we can confirm fans aren’t going to be short on flavors when it eventually arrives. The pre-workout is due to have a menu of five different 30 serving options including three traditional tastes in Fruit Punch, Watermelon, and Blue Raz, and two not so common recipes in Sour Candy and Island Cooler.