Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout Review
Formulated pre-workout, Dr. Jekyll is DMAA-Free, making it an anabolic pre-workout powder. This formula combines the effects of a sensory-focused and increased pump formula, plus it packs anabolic compounds like L-Leucine, L-Norvaline and Creatine.
It’s making waves in the workout world, but is Dr. Jekyll really as good as it's set out to be?
Dr. Jekyll Nutritional Facts
Serving Size: 11.6g
Serving Per Container: 30
Serving Per Container: $0.9
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Calcium B-Hyrdroxy B-Methylbutyrate
Energy & Focus Matrix
- Beta Alanine
Energy & Focus Matrix
- Glycerol Monostearate
- L-Citrulline Malate
- Agmatine Sulfate
- PUMP Formula
- Max Energy & Endurance
- Roadmap Vascularity
- Day or Evening Training Formula
Dr. Jekyll’s Orange-Guava flavor is really good. It’s a little sweet, which makes it easy to get down. Mixability scored a solid 8.5 out of 10 points, albeit the consistency was a little clumpy at times due to the glycerol, which wasn’t really a massive issue.
As a standalone, stimulating pre-workout supplement, Dr. Jekyll might not be the most effective out there. Since its real low in stimulants, even 2 scoops won’t slap you in the face, amped to tackle a workout head-on.
This is great for those of you sensitive to stimulants or for the folks that need to squeeze in their workout late at night and don’t want to battle to eventually fall asleep afterwards. Stack Dr. Jekyll with another heavy stim pre-workout supplement and you’ll have the best of both worlds.
Dr. Jekyll provides you with clean, steady energy and focus. It also doesn’t cause any jitters and has the ability to help you achieve serious pumps and vascularity, even more so when you do a double-scoop dose.
If you’re the kind of person that has a massive issue with just how well a pre-workout supplement mixes, you might have some beef with Dr. Jekyll since it tends to clump up thanks to the glycerol. It’s not a deal-breaker for us, but we had to list it as a drawback.
Dr. Jekyll is not the cheapest PWO out there. The price you pay for 30 servings is rather high-end, even more so when you’re a double-scooper. That being said, if you’ve been looking for a no-boosting formula, money shouldn’t be a concern to buy into what you really want to achieve.
Overall, Dr. Jekyll is a great pre-workout if you’re looking for a low-stimulant alternative. If you’re a late-night pumper and need to ensure you get your snooze on after a workout, you couldn’t go wrong with opting for Dr. Jekyll.
Just keep in mind that it is a little pricey and it won’t always mix up to a smooth result, aside from that, there’s not much you won’t love about Dr. Jekyll.