Attack reformulated without DMHA, more caffeine, and eria jarensis
Over the next couple of months Kodiak Nutrition fans will soon be seeing a reformulated version of the brand’s top rated pre-workout supplement Attack. Kodiak has made three modifications to the product mostly due to the upcoming regulation change in one of its major markets.
Basically, everything in the Kodiak Attack formula is exactly the same except for the DMHA, caffeine, and addition of one new ingredient. The DMHA has been completely removed, which is something we expected when it was recently announced that the stimulant is likely to be banned in Australia come October, a country Attack does compete in.
As for the other changes, the effective stimulant eria jarensis is now in the mix at 50mg per serving and Kodiak has increased its caffeine blend of caffeine anhydrous and dicaffeine malate from 300mg to 350mg. Everything else in the pre-workout is the same including the 3g of citrulline malate, half a gram or arginine, and 3g of beta-alanine, although now it’s listed as 3-aminopropanoic acid.
We imagine Kodiak Attack will definitely feel different without the DMHA, as it has proven to be quite the game changing stimulant. However, the heavier dose of caffeine and added eria jarensis should help make up for it, although as mentioned the original is still currently available with the switch not happening completely for some time.