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Wolf turns the loss of alpha-GPC into an opportunity and reworks things for Wolf Pump V2

Wolf Supplements Wolf Pump V2

The growing UK-based newcomer Wolf Supplements has taken the need to remove alpha-GPC from its stimulant-free, pump-powering pre-workout Wolf Pump, as an opportunity to improve the product in a few other areas. Alpha-GPC is no longer something you can find in general health and sports nutrition supplements in Europe, which fans will have noticed as many others have dropped it out of their formulas, as has Wolf, but again, it has taken the reformulation process as a chance to do more than just remove the component.

Wolf Supplements has carried over many of the original pump-enhancing ingredients from the first iteration of Wolf Pump for what is referred to as Wolf Pump V2, including 10g of citrulline malate, a hefty 4g of GlycerSize glycerol, and 3g of betaine, and 1.5g of premium Nitrosigine. As for the tweaks the brand has made in addition to the loss of alpha-GPC, there is now some performance support by way of 3g of beta-alanine, a gram of cordyceps, a sizeable 2g of Celtic salt, premium CellFlo6 at 300mg, and AstraGin to improve absorption and efficacy.

Many times sports nutrition companies are forced to or decide to reformulate a product due to a request or change in regulations; they simply take out the ingredient and that it is. Wolf Supplement has shown it is one of the rare competitors that turns a problem into an opportunity and turned the stimulant-free pre-workout into a more complete offering for Wolf Pump V2. The brand is currently taking pre-orders for the sequel product through its online store for slightly more than the original at £49.99, increased from £39.99 for a tub of 20 servings.