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Hardcore Chaos and Pain crafts another pre-workout but for the value side of the category

Chaos And Pain Cannibal Pre

Chaos and Pain has long been known for its hardcore selection of supplements, which were originally all stimulant-based with the fat burner Cannibal Inferno and the pre-workout Cannibal Ferox. The brand has come a long way over the years, entering many other categories but maintaining a strong presence in the world of pre-workouts, and it furthers that today with Cannibal Pre.

With the intense Cannibal Ferox, stimulant-free Cannibal Permaswole, the more stimulant-focused Cannibal Riot, and the capsule formula Chemical NO Pump, you may be wondering what’s so different about Cannibal Pre. Something we’ve seen from several brands lately is alternative options in the pre-workout space that are more expensive and some in the other direction that are more cost-effective.

Cannibal Pre is Chaos and Pain’s more value-based, cost-effective pre-workout, and that is immediately obvious in the price of the product coming in at a regular $24.99 for a tub of 30 servings. That cost gets even better as the brand is offering a 30% discount on everything for Black Friday, and that brings Cannibal Pre’s usual $24.99 all the way down to an incredibly rare sub-$20, at $17.49.

Chaos And Pain Cannibal Pre Label

The formula behind Chaos and Pain’s Cannibal Pre is about what you’d expect with a pre-workout that has at least launched for less than $20, although impressively, it has included a few premium ingredients. For performance, the brand has brought in the usual 3.2g of beta-alanine and a gram of the PeakO2 blend; then, for the purpose of pumps, you get a full 1.5g of Nitrosigine and 50mg of S7.

Taking care of the energy and focus in Cannibal Pre is half a gram of tyrosine, 100mg of theanine, and lastly, a combined 300mg of caffeine, 200mg of that caffeine anhydrous, and the other 100mg from time-released CaffXtend. For what it is, Cannibal Pre is solid, as you’d be hard-pressed to find a pre-workout in the 20s let alone under $20, and with 30 servings instead something like 20 or 25.