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Citrulline and Nitrosigine-fueled ABE Pump also packs ingredients for focus, performance and power

Applied Nutrition Abe Pump

The protein powder Whey ISO isn’t the only upcoming supplement from Applied Nutrition; it is also getting ready to release ABE Pump, which is a pre-workout like the original ABE, but with a formula designed more specifically to enhance muscle pumps. While pump is the star benefit of the latest sports nutrition product from Applied, it has a few other ingredients to additionally support focus, performance, strength, and power, making it a rather well-rounded stimulant-free pre-workout.

Applied Nutrition has done an impressive job packing out its ABE Pump pre-workout, especially on that title-mentioned pump portion, with a huge 10g of citrulline malate, at the usual citrulline to malic acid ratio of 2:1, providing about 6.66g of pure citrulline. Further improving and enhancing muscle pumps in the supplement is a full 1.5g of premium and proven Nitrosigine, another branded component in FitNox at 250mg, and Himalayan pink salt for hydration.

Applied Nutrition Abe Pump Label

As mentioned, there are a few other ingredients in Applied Nutrition’s ABE Pump outside of the ingredients driving the pumps, including 3g of reliable beta-alanine, 2g of taurine, and 3g of tried and true creatine monohydrate supporting performance, endurance, and strength. Rounding out the pre-workout is half a gram of VitaCholine choline bitartrate for focus, and finally, the ever-present sports nutrition necessity AstraGin, at 35mg to improve absorption and overall efficacy.

Applied Nutrition has genuinely built ABE Pump as a well-rounded alternative to the regular ABE pre-workout, which features a strong selection of stimulants, but again, this one doesn’t have any energizing components. The international brand is launching ABE Pump in its primary markets of the UK and Europe, shortly, with 40 regular or 20 loaded servings a tub in three flavors in a classic Blue Razz, Red Hawaiian mixing strawberry, raspberry, and cherry, and the distinct fruity cocktail Tiger’s Blood.