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Nutrex tweaks its original clinically dosed pre-workout to keep up with the market

Nutrex Outlift Clinical

The evolution of Nutrex’s original clinically dosed pre-workout Outlift Clinical has arrived and is now available for purchase directly through its online store, over at The brand confirmed the coming of a revamp for the supplement a couple of months ago, including a switch from BCAAs to the same amount of all nine EAAs to support muscle recovery. With the product making its debut this week, we have all of the details on its formula, from the 6g of EAAs through to its close to 400mg of caffeine.

Similar to previous iterations of Outlift, the 2024 edition of Nutrex’s premier Outlift Clinical is a balanced pre-workout, bringing together ingredients for pumps, strength, performance, energy, and focus, and as mentioned, the unique feature of amino acids for muscle recovery and repair. Taking care of the pump and performance aspects of the supplement are effective dosages of three tried and true ingredients in straight citrulline, beta-alanine, and creatine monohydrate, at 8g, 3.2g, and 3g, respectively.

Filling out the 2024 Outlift Clinical formula’s other side, supporting the sensory benefits of energy, clarity, and focus, is 2g of tyrosine, 2g of taurine, and two sources of caffeine by way of 300mg of classic caffeine anhydrous and 80mg of InnovaTea natural caffeine for a combined total just shy of the 400 mark at 380mg. There is also the ever-present AstraGin at 50mg a serving to improve absorption and uptake of the pre-workout to help users get more out of the ingredients for better efficacy and performance in the gym.

Nutrex 2024 Outlift Clincal Label

Compared to the last version of Outlift Clinical, Nutrex has stayed true to the core purpose, making several modern tweaks and changes to ensure the original clinically dosed pre-workout keeps up and stays with the competition. There was previously 8g of citrulline in the supplement but citrulline malate, whereas here you get 8g of pure citrulline, the caffeine has been bumped up a bit from 350mg, again, you now get all nine EAAs not just the three BCAAs, and there is AstraGin over BioPerine to improve absorption.

Nutrex’s online store at is now stocking the revamped Outlift Clinical pre-workout, and it is reasonably priced, falling into the mainstream range of the 30s at $39.99, and that’s not for the common 20 maximum servings, but 22, which works out to $36.27 if you want to judge its 20-serving value. There are three flavors to choose from for the supplement right out of the gate in Blueberry Lemonade, Miami Vice, and the traditional Fruit Punch, all dressed in the brand’s edgy and eye-catching 2023-released branding.