The makers say that it’s been designed to help give you a boost during exercise, whether that be at the gym or playing sport.
Unlike a lot of other pre workout supplements, Muscle Bomb comes in a caffeinated and a caffeine-free version.
For this review, we’re going to focus on the caffeinated version, but do remember you have an option about this.
The manufacturers say it is an “industry leading” pre workout. Indeed, Reflex Nutrition are so confident in their product that they offer a full money-back guarantee.
So, does this pre workout live up to the marketing hype?
We’re going to take a close look at this supplement by examining the ingredients, checking out the customer reviews, and looking at where it fares in comparison to the competition.
So let’s get cracking and see what this product is all about.
As you’ve no doubt already guessed, Muscle Bomb is a pre workout supplement designed to support you during excercise, whether that be playing sport or at the gym.
The best pre workouts work by helping to support you during intense periods of exercise, to make sure that you’re at your best.
They usually contain a selection of ingredients designed to help boost a variety of things.
Muscle Bomb contains a number of ingredients which Reflex Nutrition say they have included to reduce tiredness and fatigue, as well as aid other things.
Now, let’s take a close look at exactly what’s in this product to see how it fares when compared to the competition.
Taking a quick look at the label, there are some pretty good things in Muscle Bomb, but there are also a couple of our favorite pre workout ingredients missing.
Let’s start by focusing on the things that this pre workout does contain.
• Caffeine – Muscle Bomb (if you pick the caffeinated version) contains 125mg of caffeine per 15g serving. Caffeine is one of our favorite pre workout ingredients and we always like to see it included in supplements of this type. The main problem that arises is the dosage size, but Muscle Bomb’s inclusion of 125mg fits well into our recommended dose of 150mg per serving.
• Citrulline Malate – Another one of our favorite pre workout ingredients. We always like to see it used in pre workout supplements. Lots of pre workout supplements tend to be under-dosed but Muscle Bomb contains a good dose of four grams per serving.
• Beta-Alanine – We’ve started to see this product more and more often in the pre workouts we’ve reviewed. It’s a naturally-occurring amino acid that’s believed to have certain benefits. Each serving of Muscle Bomb contains 1.6 grams.
• Betaine Anhydrous – Another popular pre workout ingredient but not one which we rate as the very best. It could help with certain things, but there is not much actual science backing these claims up.
Muscle Bomb also contains a good dose of Branched Chain Amino Acids in their formula, which is a nice touch.
There are quite a few other ingredients in Muscle Bomb, check them out in the list below, along with the exact doses:
Muscle Bomb contains some very solid ingredients, and unlike a lot of the pre workouts we’ve reviewed, the doses are very good.
Having said that, we also found that a few of the our favorite pre workout ingredients were missing from this product.
Firstly, we were disappointed not to find any L-Theanine in Muscle Bomb. It’s one of our favorite pre workout ingredients, especially when it’s combined with caffeine.
We were also somewhat surprised not to find any creatine on the label. You’ll probably know all about creatine as a post workout supplement, but it’s also a great ingredient for a pre workout.
There were also a couple of our other favorite ingredients missing, such as Coconut Water Powder and Rhodiola Rosea.
We recently updated our pre workout guide to bring you everything you need to know about this supplement category. Check it out by hitting the link below.
Modern pre workout supplements are usually pretty safe, because they tend to only include natural ingredients.
That being said, there are a few things to look out for. Firstly, many pre workouts tend to overdo it on the stimulants.
Yes, caffeine is a great ingredient which can help, but too much of it can cause problems.
We really like the fact that Muscle Bomb is available in a stimulant free version, which gives consumers the full choice.
The dosage of caffeine of 125mg per serving in the other version is still within our recommended amount of 150mg.
Naturally, we always recommend that you take a close look at the ingredients label to make sure that you’re not allergic to any of the ingredients.
And if you choose the caffeinated version, be sure not to take it too close to bedtime, as it could well affect your sleep.
You should always also consult your doctor before thinking about taking any new supplement for the first time.
Each 600g tub of Muscle Bomb is equivalent to 20 servings of 30g. It should be noticed that the doses stated in the chart above refer to a 15g serving.
That means that if you took 15g per day, it would last you for 40 servings.
The instructions says that you should mix 15g with a glass of water and drink it around 30-40 minutes before starting your workout.
They say that you can also increase your dose to 30g if you are tolerant.
We always recommend that you experiment with how long it takes for the supplement to kick in, as we’ve found that it varies from person to person.
At the time of writing this article, there were six reviews of Muscle Bomb on the official website, and they were all largely positive.
It’s hard to say whether Reflex Nutrition moderate or censor the reviews on their website, but we’ll trust them and say not for now.
One user said that Muscle Bomb was different to all of the other pre workouts he tried because it contained “proper” doses.
Someone else reported that it quickly became their favorite pre workout supplement after trying it for the first time.
It’s definitely a solid option, but we don’t rate it as the very best pre workout on sale right now.
We recently updated our definitive guide to the best pre workouts around, be sure to check it out by visiting the link below.
As we always say when discussing supplements of any type, you shouldn’t expect them to do the hard work for you.
Yes, a quality pre workout supplement can get you feeling at your best in the gym or while playing sport, but you’ll still have to put in the hard work.
So, what do we think about Muscle Bomb Reflex Nutrition as a whole? Here are our overall thoughts summarized:
• Some strong ingredients
• Great doses
• Caffeine free version available
• Missing some of our top ingredients
• Quite expensive
So there we have it, our review of Muscle Bomb. Overall, we think this is a pretty good product. Although we don’t rate it as the very best pre workout supplement, you won’t go too far wrong by giving it a go.
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