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Combat Fuel creates a harder-hitting pre-workout with strongman Graham Hicks

Combat Fuel Dynamite Pre Workout

Right on the first day of the New Year, Combat Fuel in the UK is releasing yet another stimulant-based supplement, separate from its already available nootropic Optimize and the simply named and balanced pre-workout, The Pre-Workout. The upcoming product is Dynamite, and it has been put together in partnership with its premier ambassador, strongman competitor Graham Hicks, and on paper, it marginally looks like the brand’s most potent pre-workout effort to date.

Combat Fuel and Graham Hicks’ Dynamite pre-workout is as balanced as The Pre-Workout, although it has a slightly different set of ingredients, including a harder-hitting set of stimulating components. On the muscle pump and performance side, Dynamite is similar to The Pre-Workout, with the likes of citrulline malate at 6g a serving, a typical 3.2g of beta-alanine, and 66% more betaine at 2.5g, then as you move more into the energy and focus ingredients, Dynamite starts to really separate itself from the UK-based brand’s primary competitor in the pre-workout category.

Combat Fuel Dynamite Pre Workout Label

Dynamite from Combat Fuel and Graham Hicks looks to drive the energy and focus effects with 1.5g of n-acetyl-l-tyrosine, a gram of VitaCholine choline bitartrate, and 150mg of theanine. The caffeine is at the same level as the brand’s The Pre-Workout at a combined 375mg per serving from a blend of caffeine anhydrous and Infinergy di-caffeine malate, then to take things up a notch, the brand has thrown in a strong 200mg of the caffeine-free stimulant TeaCrine and 400mg of juglans regia.

As mentioned earlier, Combat Fuel is not looking to launch its pre-workout collaboration with Graham Hicks until the New Year, and right on New Year’s Day, with Dynamite’s exact drop date being Monday the 1st of January. We’re not sure about the price of the supplement, but with the likes of The Pre-Workout sitting at £29.99 (38.11 USD), and Dynamite having the same 20 maximum servings a tub, we’re guessing it lands somewhere in the same area, and it’ll be available in the one sweet-sounding fruity recipe with Strawberry Lime.