GAT Nitraflex Pre-Workout Review

GAT Nitraflex Review

Labelled as a powerful testosterone booster, Nitraflex has been making waves in the pre-workout world, and with what seems to be an amazing ingredient profile, it might actually be a pretty powerful supplement for guys looking to up their pumps to the max.

But is the label really a reflection of the product found inside of the container. Is this “hype” pre-workout from German American Technologies truly all it’s made out to be? Read our review to get the inside scoop!

Nutritional Facts

Serving Size: 10g

Servings per Container: 30

Price Per Serving: $0.9

Consumer Ratings:

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Niacin

25 mg 125%

NITRAFLEX® PROPRIECEUTICAL BLEND

7240 mg

Vasoactive Arginase-Regulating No Precursor Complex

Citruline, Carbomoylamino, Citrulline Malate, L-Arginine Malate, L-Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate, Hydroxystyryl, Reservatrol, Dimethoxyphenyl, Pterosilbene

Acute Energy, Focus, Intensity, Neuromodulating, Endurance Complex

3-Aminopropanoic Acid, Trimethyl-1H-Purine-2, Caffeine, Ethanol, Hydroxyphenyl, N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine, Ethylcarbamoyl, Theanine, Rauwolscine

Clinically-Studied Testosterone-Enhancing Complex

Calcium Fructopyranose Borate

Performance Ingredients

  • Citruline
  • Beta Alanine
  • L-Arginine

Energy Blend

  • Caffeine
  • Rauwolscine
  • Amino Acids

The Highlights

  • Boosts Testosterone
  • Max Energy
  • Endurance Booster
  • Creatine free

The Good

Delivers a very effective energy boost

Overall, we’d score Nitrafelx a solid 8 out of 10 for effectiveness. It gives you heaps of strength, stamina, increased energy and an overall “alpha-feeling”. For a pre-workout that doesn’t contain Creatine, we’re pretty impressed.

Little to no side effects

Aside from slight tingles that can be blamed on the Beta Alanine, Nitraflex has very little to no side effects at all.

Contains effective ingredients

Okay so we’re not blown away by the ingredients in Nitraflex. At first glance, this pre-workout seems so high-tech with all the fancy names for ingredients they have on there, but once you sit down and figure it all out, Nitraflex has everything you want to get you pumped and ready for a good, hard session.

The Bad

Not big on taste

Nitraflex isn’t nearly as palatable as Gold Standard Pre-Workout of Cellucor C4. It’s not the most awful taste ever, but it’s sour and just doesn’t go down as well as many of the other pre-workouts that have been an absolute delight to get down.

Proprietary mix

Nobody likes to see a proprietary mix as part of a pre-workout’s ingredient list. Unfortunately, Nitraflex is a serious offender, leaving users with nothing but a guessing game about how much of what substance they’re actually getting in.

Value for money?

Nitraflex usually retails for anything between $28 and $40 for the 30 serving container. $40 for a month’s supply of this is just a little farfetched to say the least. It might have been a much more acceptable price to pay if the “testosterone boosters” actually worked, in which case most of you would be willing to pay that price.

The Verdict

While GAT Nitraflex boosts testosterone for some, but has no testosterone boosting effects for others, there’s no denying that it’s a solid and effective pre-workout supplement.

With Nitraflex you get a balance of performance enhancing ingredients, perfectly evened out as to ensure a lower risk of over dosage. If you’re cool with paying the price that Nitraflex comes tagged with and you’re not seriously bothered about getting a gourmet taste, we’d happily recommend German American Technologies’ Nitraflex.