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• Ultimate Orange: This energy drink was made by Dan Duchaine in 1982 and sold underground in Venice, CA as an extra push for those who took the bodybuilding lifestyle seriously during its first years. The basic mix behind this revolutionary pre-workout drink was Tang juice and ephedrine. There were no nutrients for bodybuilders, but they could feel the focused push of a stimulant as strong as ephedrine. According to some testimonies, they were so pushed by the drink they felt they were “kings” of every gym they stepped into.

• Creatine-based supplements: As the name implies, the end of the ephedrine era came with the uprising of creatine, as the most important element to be found in pre-workout supplements. A company named EAS, which is still in business, was the one that introduced Creatine Monohydrate to the market. Muscletech followed with Cell Tech, which was a supplement that mixed creatine with other agents, ALA and Dextrose. These supplements lead the market for the end of the nineties and the beginning of the new millennium and were the only supplements bodybuilders would take as pre-workout. At this point, pre-workout blends became more elaborate, adding agents and support nutrients to boost their effect of pulling water into the muscle. Science was applied to the choice of the complements for creatine, and to many, this was the golden age of pre-workout products.

• Arginine-based products: This can also be called the PUMP age and was completely dominated by the use of Arginine AKG, which is supposed to open up the blood vessels to deliver more nutrients to the muscle cells and hence, creating a larger PUMP. Despite the correctness of the theory, a study published in the issue of August, 2011 of the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism involving 24 physically active men who took 12 grams of AAKG daily for a week did not show any signs of the increasing arginine in the blood translating into benefits in performance. Plus, cases were dating from 2009 to hospitalization in men ages 22, 24, and 21 because of vomiting, dizziness, and palpitations which became public and turned academic opinions away from arginine.

• Caffeine addition: The NOXPLODE product was created out of the combination of creatine, arginine, and some caffeine. This still is the base of 90% the pre-workout stimulants and supplements we have in today´s market. The difference resides in the stimulant because it makes people feel more energetic and give more in the gym lifting more weight. The rest of the benefits are given by the creatine and arginine to provide a complete product.

Cellucor C4 Ripped is the weight-loss, fat-reduction version that claims to increase your body´s ability to burn fat while giving you an extra push. It does not have any creatine in it because it is a component to increase muscle volume, not lowering your body´s size, but doing the opposite.

C4 is the template over which the whole line was created. Therefore, the critical ingredients of the C4 50X are present in the C4 Original, but in a higher dose. Depending on what kind of user are you, one will suit you best: if you are an occasional pre-workout user, you should no doubt go for the regular C4, but if you can´t imagine going without a pre-workout supplement, then you will enjoy the extra pump the 50X will give you.

“I’ve used the different versions of C4 and this one may be a bit to strong honestly. The scoop is huge. One day I took it and I was like litterally vibrating. If you want a really strong preworkout this one is great, but it can be a lot. It makes sense why the price is higher. There’s only 20 servings but figuring a person usually works out 5 days a week that actually makes sense. I ended up going back to one of the other C4 preworkouts after taking this.” Slang93

“This version of C4 is awful. I had been taking C4 Ripped, and that was doing what I needed it to do: give me a nice jolt, and get me to the gym and let good old fashioned grit do the rest. But this stuff lights my stomach up with every dose. Cramps, gas and discomfort each and every time. I’m only five doses into this container, but it’s going in the trash. I’ve used C4 for over a year, but this is a miserable product.” Craig Mayfield Also: read our Burn HD Weight-Loss Kit review »