RYSE has unveiled its highly-anticipated, fully dosed pre-workout that’s been put together in collaboration with its premier ambassador, influencer, and IFBB Pro Bodybuilder, Noel Deyzel. The supplement was hyped to have an absolutely huge serving size, which is indeed the case, tipping the scales at 39.8g, with just over 30g of active ingredients.
RYSE’s Noel Deyzel Signature Pre-Workout features many of the same key ingredients as some of its other stimulant pre-workouts, although this one has a wider variety and impressive dosages. The product packs a formula built to support all of the core benefits, including increased energy and mental focus, enhanced muscle pumps, and improved performance and endurance.
Supremely loaded formula
You can see the full facts panel for the Noel Deyzel Signature Pre-Workout in the image below, and it does not disappoint really anywhere. On the pump and performance side, you get 9g of pure citrulline and an additional 2g of NO3-T citrulline nitrate, 5g of betaine, a full 5g of tried and true creatine monohydrate, and 6.4g of beta-alanine, something we’ve only seen in a couple of competitors.
The list does not end there, with RYSE and Noel Deyzel also throwing in 1.6g of VitaCholine choline bitartrate and Thinkamine vincamine for focus, VasoDrive for even more pumps, and pink Himalayan salt to support hydration. The supplement is, of course, caffeinated, featuring a combined 400mg in its maximum serving with 350mg of caffeine anhydrous and 50mg zumXR extended-release caffeine.
RYSE’s Noel Deyzel Signature Pre-Workout has to be one of the most loaded pre-workouts we’ve seen in a while, with all areas looking well covered by the formula. The pumps look extra intense, which is something the brand is promising, and rightfully so with that combined 11g of citrulline, 5g of betaine, and the added VasoDrive AP at 300mg.
Where to buy
RYSE and Noel Deyzel have not set a launch date for the Noel Deyzel Signature Pre-Workout yet, but with that initial teaser coming back in August and the formula reveal today, we can’t imagine it’s too far away. You’ll get a full 20 servings per tub, and with the loaded list of ingredients, we suspect it’ll be pricer than its other pre-workouts, of which Project Blackout Series is currently the most expensive at $49.99.