Ninja Up Pre Workout


The panel for Ninja Up Pre Workout has been formulated using clinically dosed ingredients backed by research. Their ingredients aren’t just random, they are carefully selected so you can crush your workout every single time!

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Ninja Up Pre Workout

The panel for Ninja Up Pre Workout has been formulated using clinically dosed ingredients backed by research. Their ingredients aren’t just random, they are carefully selected so you can crush your workout every single time!

You always know what is in Ninja’s supplements because they have full disclosure labels.

With 300mg instant caffeine and another 100mg long-acting caffeine, your workouts won’t be the same. You will not need to worry about that super crash a few hours after taking it.

Our patented NeuroFactor works synergistically with a handful of other nootropics to ensure you stay focused on your goals.

Do not forget that pump with 6000mg of L-Citrulline Malate and 2500mg of Betaine Anhydrous.

It’s time to let Ninja Up Level Up Your Next Workout!

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Pre Workout Highlights

  • Labels with full disclosure
  • 400mg total caffeine
  • Patented ingredients
  • Nootropics to help you laser your focus
  • Thermogenics to turn up the heat.
  • Ingredients to increase vascularity
  • Help Reduce Fatigue
  • Increased energy, stamina, and performance

Ninja Up Pre Workout Supplement Facts

L-Citrulline Malate 2:1 – It is a naturally occurring amino acid. In addition to being found in certain foods like watermelons, it is also produced naturally by the human body.

Aside from erectile dysfunction, high blood pressure, and diabetic complications, L-citrulline treats Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, fatigue, muscle weakness, sickle cell disease, and fatigue. It is used in treating heart disease, bodybuilding, increasing energy, and improving athletic performance [1].

Beta-alanine is a non-essential amino acid. The body does not synthesize proteins from this amino acid, unlike most amino acids. Instead, it produces carnosine along with histidine. Skeletal muscle stores carnosine. During exercise, carnosine reduces the accumulation of lactic acid in your muscles, thereby improving athletic performance [2].

Betaine Anhydrous – Some people use betaine anhydrous supplements to reduce blood homocysteine levels, improve athletic performance, and many other things [3].

L-Tyrosine – An amino acid found in the diet, L-tyrosine is metabolized to produce a variety of catecholamines, including dopamine and adrenaline. It is also used to produce thyroid hormones. Weight loss results from this, which is why preworkout supplements often contain it [4].

Choline Bitartrate – The nutrient choline was discovered recently. The Institute of Medicine only recognized it as a necessary nutrient in 1998.

In spite of the fact that your body produces some of it, choline must be consumed in order to prevent a deficiency. It is said to help with heart health and brain function [5].

L-theanine can be found in green and black teas as well as in some mushrooms. L-theanine tablets and pills are also available.

Stress, anxiety, and insomnia are said to be reduced by consuming it [6].

N-Methyl Tyramine HCI – N-Methyl Tyramine is usually used for weight loss. In studies, researchers have found that chemicals similar to N-methyltyramine aid in fat cell breakdown. Weight loss and athletic performance can be achieved with N-methyltyramine [7].

Rauwolscine is used for obesity, to improve athletic performance and sexual arousal, and for other conditions [8].

Caffeine Anhydrous – As a supplement to help with weight loss and improve athletic performance, caffeine anhydrous is becoming more popular. In addition to food products, it is found in energy bars and caffeinated gum. Coffee anhydrous is dehydrated caffeine that has been processed without water [9].

Infinergy (Di-Caffeine Malate) – A relatively new patented ingredient developed by Creative Compounds. This compound has been used in many pre-workout supplements and focus aids. One reason is the love-hate relationship between caffeine and many people. As a compound, caffeine isn’t easy to digest and is notorious for causing a crash after consumption.

Dicaffeine Malate is a product created by ionically fusing caffeine with malic acid. The buffering properties of malic acid facilitate digestion of the caffeine. There is a claim that infinergy has a longer lasting energy curve. As a result, the jitters are tamed and the crash element is removed from the energy curve.

You get all the benefits of caffeine, just without the crash [10].

Hordenine – Hordenine’s chemical structure is similar to that of stimulants found in bitter orange. Some research suggests that it might stimulate the central nervous system, increase blood pressure, heart rate, and breathing rate [11].

AstraGin® is a patented, 100% natural compound that promotes gut health by increasing absorption of many vital nutrients [12].

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Additional information

Weight 20 oz

Energy Drink, Juice Fruit, Pineapple Sangria

7 reviews for Ninja Up Pre Workout

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gabriel Martinez

    Just got mine this morning from MF … did the full serving 20 mins before hitting the weights … this stuff is very clean and effective. I’m definitely interested in the rest of the line. Unique and taste great.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stan Cotter

    Talk about crushin’ workouts. That is what just happened in the gym. The doses of citrulline and beta alanine are fightin’ words. The caffeine really kicks. I stayed focused all day and did crash. Great product.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brantley Smithson

    Label disclosure is what I always look for in a pre. I noticed the vascularity immediately after I started working out. The caffeine at 400mg hits nicely, I felt it as soon as it hit.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jordy Relms

    I just crushed my work out. I felt focused, strong and motivated. Noticed them veins poppin too.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jason Gordon

    Hands down the best pre workout I’ve ever had in many years of training and taking supplements. Massive pumps that lasted once I left the gym. Intense focus and energy. Surpassed any expectations I had.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brett-Houston, TX

    Loved the juicy fruit flavor. Tasted delicious. Great dosage of ingredients for pump, focus and endurance during training. Perfect caffeine dose.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Trent Davidson

    The instant hit of caffeine is intense but needed on those heavy lift days. Full disclosure label is where its at too. Pineapple Sangria is lit.

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