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MuscleBlaze puts together its highest dosed and most complete pre-workout in WrathX

Muscleblaze Wrathx

MuscleBlaze in India has a new premium pre-workout under the name WrathX and compared to its other competitors in the saturated category; it features quite a hefty formula. Next to the 8g serving of Pre-Workout 300, and 11g of Total Beast, MuscleBlaze goes all the way up to a 20g serving in WrathX with some respectable dosages of several reliable pre-workout type ingredients.

One of the major stars of MuscleBlaze’s WrathX is its claim of being the only pre-workout in its home country of India to be using the increasingly popular stimulant EnXtra, at a dose of 300mg per full serving. Alongside that, to further enhance energy and focus, the brand throws in 200mg of theanine, 200mg of choline from choline bitartrate, and a hard-hitting 400mg of caffeine.

To then take care of pumps and performance, MuscleBlaze has packed WrathX with a complete 3.2g of premium CarnoSyn beta-alanine, a solid 6g of citrulline malate, a gram of taurine, and CreaPure creatine monohydrate, although far below its preferred 5g dose at 1.5g. The complete profile doesn’t measure up to some of the top contenders in the US, but again, for India and compared to the brand’s other offerings, it has done a solid job in WrathX.

Being MuscleBlaze’s most advanced pre-workout out there, WrathX does obviously have a price tag to match, sitting well above the cost per serving of its other entries like Pre-Workout 300 and Total Beast. Straight from the brand’s website, you can get the supplement at ₹2399 (31.45 USD) for a tub of 25 maximum servings, which is quite reasonable, sitting around the $30USD mark.