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Titan’s War Machine aims to provide more performance support and a lighter energy

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As promised, Titan Nutrition has finally released its latest pre-workout, the Elite Series product, War Machine. The South African supplement company has put a lot of hype and excitement behind this one, and it is well-deserved. It does indeed feature Titan’s most complex pre-workout formula to date, pushing things a bit further than either of its others in the category, Savage Pre and Wreck.

Titan Nutrition has formulated War Machine for increased energy, focus, pumps, and performance, so essentially all of the effects you could want in a pre-workout. That is much the same as the brand’s Wreck pre-workout, although the ingredients in War Machine are quite different, with a bit more in the formula for performance and a calmer, less intense energy with close to 30% lower caffeine.

Some of the key features Titan Nutrition has packed into War Machine are a gram of GlycerSize and 6g of citrulline malate for pumps, and a gram each of tyrosine and choline bitartrate for mental focus. The commonly used performance ingredient beta-alanine is also in the mix at its usual 3.2g per full serving, which is surprisingly not something you’ll find in the brand’s Wreck pre-workout.

You can purchase Titan Nutrition’s War Machine directly through its online store, where it is actually the same price as both of its other pre-workouts — Wreck and Savage Pre — at R 359.10 (22.96 USD) for a tub of 20 full servings.