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Join Date: Oct 2012
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EVL ENGN Pre-Workout 30-day Review
Well I have just about finished off this tub of ENGN. Overall I’m happy with it. It’s one of the better ones I have right now in my stash. EVL did their homework on just about every aspect needed for a Pre-workout. I end up with a lot of Pre-workouts in my hands, but only a few make it into my reviews. If you don’t know how I do things. Here is a quick rundown. If you’re reading a review I wrote. I stand behind that product. If I receive a product from a company and you never see the review. It’s because I didn’t find it worth my time to write about. I do it this way for 2 main reasons. One I don’t want to burn a bridge with a company over a product I didn’t like. Especially if they have others I do want to write about. The second reason is I could fill pages and pages of bad and worthless products on my site. I like to keep my site pure and full of great products.
Ok back to EVL’s ENGN, This is one I stand behind and I will buy in the future and recommend to others.
Ingredient Profile: 8/10
Overall it’s pretty good. Of the ingredients it has are Most are dosed well and 2 scoops isn’t needed. I did run 2 scoops, 1.5 Scoops and I found 1 scoop just as effective. I did find adding 4-6g of Citrulline helped with bigger Pumps. I would like to see some Citrulline added to their mixture. I’m not a fan of seeing Creatine in Pre-workouts unless it has at least 5g. Anything less daily is just filler.
Green Apple is what I had and I can say they did a great job with it. No complaints in the taste department.
No issues here either. With just a few quick shakes it mixed easily and wasn’t gritty at all.
Flat out worked and worked even better once I added Citrulline. It provided plenty of energy for my 45min-1.5hr workouts. It doesn’t feel like it is just an overdose of Caffeine and Crazy amount of Beta-Alanine. Very consistent performance time and time again.
The cost ranged from 29.99 to 49.99USD. At just under a dollar it’s a good deal and some sites are running specials. Buy 2 get 1 for $59. Which makes it about 65 cents a serving. One tub will last you about 2 months if you lift 3-4 times a week.
This ranks pretty good. Even after adding Citrulline and the low dose of Creatine. It delivered and it worked every time I used it. For me to give it a 10/10. I would ditch the creatine and replace it with 4g of Citrulline.
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Last edited by Ramrod; 08-03-2015 at 06:35 AM.
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