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Black Magic goes extra comprehensive in its limited premium pre-workout BZRK Overdrive

Black Magic Bzrk Overdrive

Kitchen sink, loaded, premium pre-workouts; whatever you like to call them, they have become a common offering from sports nutrition brands. They give fans a supplement that is ridiculously more packed out than their original or mainstream-level competitor in the category at a price that is slightly or mostly more expensive. The reputable powerhouse Black Magic has put together precisely that with a spin-off of its original stimulant-backed pre-workout, introducing the truly stacked BZRK Overdrive.

Black Magic’s regular BZRK pre-workout is a potent product known for its hard-hitting energy and focus, and that has been the case throughout the various versions it has pumped out over the years. Those sensory benefits of energy and focus are still a part of BZRK Overdrive; however, that is just the tip of the iceberg. The reputable sports nutrition specialist has absolutely loaded this one up with a huge variety of ingredients and respectable dosages, combining for a total of around 25g of actives.

We’ve got the facts panel for BZRK Overdrive placed below, and again, it is pretty comprehensive, covering almost every area a pre-workout can and going into some areas you typically don’t see this sort of supplement reach into. That includes a 4.2g dose of creatine monohydrate supporting strength, power, and performance, and there are also the three all-important amino acids in the mix, BCAAs, at a traditional 2:1:1 ratio for a total of 4g, breaking down to 2g of leucine and a gram each of isoleucine and valine.

Black Magic Bzrk Overdrive Label

Outside those not-so-common inclusions in a pre-workout, Black Magic’s BZRK Overdrive packs plenty for pumps in 7.7g of pure citrulline, a touch under a gram of agmatine, 2.5g of GlycerPump glycerol, 2.1g of betaine, and a full and effective 1.5g of premium Nitrosigine. Interestingly, there is no beta-alanine in Overdrive but plenty for energy and focus, with the likes of kanna, 400mg of the nootropic mushroom extract lion’s mane, a solid 300mg of eria jarensis, over a gram of tyrosine, and a combined 400mg of caffeine.

As you’d expect with that jacked-up formula and in true premium pre-workout style, BZRK Overdrive does come at a heftier price next to Black Magic’s regular BZRK at $54.99, and you get 20 maximum servings per tub on this, not 25, making it about 50% more expensive a workout. Overdrive is a completely limited edition launch, so it won’t be around for an extended period of time, and you can pre-order from the retailer Same Day Supplements for shipping at the end of the month in Island Punch, Vice City, and Calisunset flavors.