CT Fletcher’s sports nutrition company, Iron Addicts Supplements, recently brought itself back to market with the return of its stimulant pre-workout Sidewalk Kraka. More importantly, the brand said the pre-workout is back with its original powerhouse formula, potentially the one from the DMHA era. Initially, we couldn’t confirm the complete formula as Iron Addicts didn’t post the facts panel for the resurrected Sidewalk Kraka, although that has since been put online.
We can now confirm that CT Fletchers and Iron Addicts Supplements have packed a formula that’s close to its original DMHA-era combination of ingredients, although notably, it does not include its signature, hard-hitting stimulants. The 2023 edition of Sidewalk Kraka does not have DMHA, eria jarensis, and TeaCrine, but pretty much everything else from the first iteration is still very much there plus a couple of new components to make up for the losses.
Iron Addicts Supplements’ Sidewalk Kraka pre-workout has been brought back with the same dose of beta-alanine at 3.2g to power performance, a gram each of agmatine and glycerol for pumps, 100mg of theobromine, and 2mg of the potent alpha yohimbine. The caffeine anhydrous has remained the same at 300mg plus 75mg of slower-release Infinergy, with DMAE, huperzine a, and tyrosine newly added to the mix for extra energy and focus at 250mg, 100mcg, and 1.5g, respectively.
As mentioned in our original post on CT Fletcher and Iron Addicts Supplements getting back into the world of sports nutrition products, the Sidewalk Kraka pre-workout is available directly through the dedicated online store ironaddictsupps.com. The price of the supplement, built to support energy, focus, and a bit of pumps and performance, is $49.99 in your choice of two CT Fletcher-named flavors in Muthafuckin’ Melon and Berry Muthafuckin’ Blast.