RYSE Project Blackout Pre-workout

Project Blackout: RYSE supplements keeps on going with their Project Blackout with a product just named pre-workout.  We can of course assume that this product is indeed a pre-workout.  Following in line with the brand this product has a black label with a very interesting flavor name of Tiger’s Blood.  We can possibly assume that this product is some type of one off as there is only one flavor.

Project Blackout is designed and formulated to give the user the best pre-workout experience.  This product, according to the brands website, supports pump, energy, and strength of the individual user.  This product is also designed to be stacked with other variants of Project Blackout as well.  Like with most of the RYSE supplements this product has a transparent label so you can understand the dosing that you are taking into your body.

Project Blackout looks great and seems to have a very cool vibe across the industry.  This brand seems to have exploded onto scene and this product looks nothing short of explosive.  We can’t wait to give it a go and if you have we would love to hear what you have to say in the comments!

 

Serving Size:

  • 1 Scoop (12.6g)

Servings per Container

  • 25

Price:

  • $49.99

Flavors:

  • Tiger’s Blood


Directions:
  Mix one serving in 10-12oz of cold water or your favorite beverage.  Vary amount of liquid to taste.  Consume 15-30 minutes prior to exercise.

Supplement Facts:

  • Choline 600mg
  • Calcium 90mg
  • Phosphorous 45mg
  • Sodium 310mg
  • Potassium 75mg
  • Beta Alanine (as CarnoSyn) 3.2g
  • Choline Bitartrate (as VitaCholine) 1.5g
  • Betaine Anhydrous 1.5g
  • Betaine Nitrate (as NO3-T) 1g
  • Sodium Nitrate (as NO3-T) 500mg
  • Calcium Potassium Phosphate Citrate (as Calci-K)500mg
  • Caffeine Anhydrous 350mg
  • Theobromine 200mg
  • Sustained-Release Caffeine 100mg
    • (Std. min. 60% Caffeine) (as VitaShure Caffeine SR)
  • Huperzia Serrata Extract 10mg
    • min. 1% Huperzine A) (Club Moss)

 

Percent of daily values (DV) are based on a 2,000-calorie diet.

 

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