Welcome to this N.O fury pre workout review. This supplement is made by Six Star Pro Nutrition/Muscletech.
No matter how you look at it, stuff just keeps getting more expensive as the year goes by. What cost you spare change a few years ago now costs you an arm and leg. Supplements are no different.
With many pre workouts priced between $30-$40, something that costs much less automatically stands out. One of those is Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout.
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout is supposed to cater to a low-cost market, coming in at a price of no more than $10 per bottle. It is hypothetically capable of filling the gaps MuscleTech made with their line of overpriced products.
The question now is, will Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout give you the best bang for your buck, or are you better off saving up for a bigger product?
Read my Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout review to find out.
Why is PreFierce by TruFierce considered the #1 pre-workout right now? For starters there are zero proprietary blends, so you know exactly what you're putting in your body. Second, the formula is based on science. Every single ingredient is exhaustively research-backed, and dosed properly. Third, according to thousands of customers their signature gummy bear flavor is amazing. Benefits include:
- Insane muscle pumps
- Increased power and strength
- Supercharged energy without the crash
- Faster recovery time
- Boosts fat loss
- Laser focus
About Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout review
As mentioned, Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout is sold by MuscleTech’s sister company. It was meant for the lower-end of the market, with multiple products easily costing half what MuscleTech churns out. Despite the really bare formula, it claims to give a lot of pumps and is formulated for increased muscle hardness and fullness.
- Prop blend. Well, what can you expect from a $10.00 supplement?
- Arginine abuse. They have three types of arginine in one formula. Each ingredient needs at least 1 gram to work. This doesn’t look good for Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout.
- Built to be built on. The super short and underwhelming stack seems to be made for supplement stacking. Even on their website, they suggest stacking and it makes it look super weak.
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout Review: nutrition label
Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxypropyl cellulose, coating (polyethylene glycol, FD&C Red No. 40, talc, titanium dioxide), stearic acid, croscarmellose, sodium, crospovidone, silica, magnesium stearate, acesulfame-potassium.
Take 1 serving of Six Star N.O. Fury caplets with a glass of water once a day. On days of your workout, take your serving 30 to 45 minutes before your workout. On days that you don’t work out, take your serving in the morning. Beginners should start with 3 caplets per serving. Advanced and intermediate athletes should follow the dosing protocol.
Intermediate and Advanced Athletes’ Dosage Protocol
- Up to 200 pounds – Take 4 caplets per serving
- Over 200 pounds – Take 5 caplets per serving
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout Review: ingredients list
Bro, let me tell you something. I like super simple pre workout stacks. In fact, I often review them with a smile on my face. However, there’s a difference between simple and effective and too small to work. The latter is what Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout is showing us.
I usually like pre workouts that go all out in designing a concentrated and focused formula to do one thing, but Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout is not that type at all. Their hidden formulation may fool you into thinking it’s potent for nitric oxide release, but it’s terribly weak and insufficient. Let’s break down the ingredients in this formula:
- L-Arginine. Arginine is the raw compound the body uses to increase nitric oxide content in the body. As we all know, nitric oxide is the very compound responsible for maximum pumps as well as enhanced vascularity. A lot of nitric oxide helps give bros that veiny look. The problem with adding raw arginine is, it’s not absorbed well from the digestive tract and much of it just goes to waste.
- L-Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate. Also known as AAKG, supposed to have an effect similar to arginine (45-66% arginine) while the AKG is for energy and L-glutamine production. It’s a more bioavailable form of arginine, but it’s obviously underdosed.
- L-Arginine HCl. This is simply arginine bound to hydrochloric acid. This bond is supposed to help bypass the stomach acids, retaining most of the actual arginine and having the body absorb them in the bloodstream.
- L-Citrulline. This is the only good thing about this product. Citrulline is the best ingredient for maximum pumps, but the problem is the working dosage is upwards of 2 grams. Sorry, but this just ain’t cutting it.
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout Review: formula analysis
Let me first state that SIX STAR is a MuscleTech company. Based on my research, SIX STAR is supposed to be MuscleTech’s “cheaper” alternative to their overpriced line of products.
That is a good marketing strategy and all, and especially because supplements are getting more expensive each passing year, but I like to think they made Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout so cheap it barely works at all.
It doesn’t help that I can’t see just how much of each ingredient they put in here too. The prop blend strategy should just die, bro. They’re transparent with MuscleTech, so why can’t they be transparent here? I’ll tell you why: They don’t want you to know how weak their product is.
L-arginine, AAKG, and L-arginine HCl are all arginine forms and their sole purpose is to, well, increase arginine in the body. It’s not rocket science and any good pre workout formulator knows that. The problem is the dosage for each ingredient should be upwards of 1 gram at the very least if you want to get the results you read about.
The minimum dose for L-arginine is 3 grams and even we can’t see the doses, maybe all those other forms contribute to reach near that dose. But let me tell you a secret: you don’t need all three forms of arginine when you have L-Citrulline.
Studies report L-Citrulline to be the better arginine booster than pure L-Arginine itself since it bypasses poor absorption. It’s even reported to last longer throughout the day and more effective at increasing overall bodily exposure to arginine compared to supplementing with L-Arginine.
What I’m trying to say is, Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout could’ve gotten away by just adding 3 grams of citrulline, even better if it’s citrulline malate form.
To sum that up, L-Citrulline can do what the other three can and rendered them redundant in this mix. From this standpoint they might as well have sold L-Citrulline pills which could’ve been sold at a better value and dosage than this shitty excuse for a pre workout.
The only thing that can save Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout is the huge potential for stacking. Then again, why would you go to the trouble of stacking a clearly horrible formula when you can just buy a complete and ready-to-work product?
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout vs BSN N.O. Xplode
I like to think Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout tried to emulate a clearly much more superior product in terms of pump action and name recall. That product is the famous BSN N.O. Xplode.
N.O. Xplode is a reformulated and upgraded version of an old formula with the intent to have it pack more energy, give better focus, and just taste good overall. It’s well-rounded with five blends and contains some of the best pre workout ingredients in the industry.
Based on the formula you see, Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout is nowhere close to what BSN NO Xplode can do. The only clear advantage Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout has is in the actual pumps, with BSN NO Xplode lagging behind a 850 mg nitric oxide blend.
However, I would argue BSN No Xplode is superior in every functional way. I don’t have to stack it with other pre workouts; I can just add more pump to it and I’m done. This is unlike Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout where it’s like a video game where you have to purchase the other DLCs to get the most out of it. And let’s just say I don’t have time to assemble the Avengers.
And you know what else separate’s Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout from BSN NO Xplode? A lawsuit is what. And what was the lawsuit about? False advertising, with the plaintiff claiming he was duped into buying a non-working product.
So, does Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout work?
The only thing you can expect from Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout is a decent pump. The combined dosage is 3 grams and in most blends, that’s acceptable because there would be synergy among the rest of the formula. Not so much in Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout’s case. You only have pumps and that’s it. It would’ve been better if they doubled the dosage, but that’s apparently too expensive for their market.
Does Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout have a lot of caffeine?
It has zero caffeine. For most people, this is a good thing, but in the context of Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout’s bare formulation? I don’t think so.
So, is Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout any good or just hype?
If there is hype over it, Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout is definitely overhyped. In fact, I’m not even sure if people even know Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout exists. It’s cheap, sure, but lifters who are serious about their gains won’t settle for the cheap stuff.
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout Review: benefits for muscle
You only get to have a good dose of pumps, and even that I’m sure will be lacking.
Who is Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout made for?
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout is made for two kinds of lifters: Those who like the idea of stacking supplements and those who can’t afford more than $10.00. Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout has no market outside of these two groups of people.
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout Review: side effects
Here’s the good thing about Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout: It has no real side effects. In the off chance you’re sensitive to the fillers, then that’s just being unlucky.
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout Review: pros and cons
- Well, what else can it do?
- No stimulants. Some customers just hate caffeine, bro.
- If you want to spend $10 so much, try this.
- Prop blend. A bad marketing strategy regardless of company.
- Weak formula. They can’t even get the ingredient dosing right.
- No other use. If you don’t get pumped, it has no other performance benefit.
- Get sued, bro. It’s MuscleTech, so I’m not surprised.
- 1 bottle (60 caplets, 20 servings): $9.97.
- Available online and in retail stors.
Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout Review: summary
I can’t recommend Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout at all. It appeals to a market that knows what real supplements are made of, and it doesn’t even make the effort of at least giving a damn about a working formula. Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout was formulated to be cost-effective and ended up being just cheap.
The only thing it can do for you – give pumps – is not even good enough considering other complete supplements have more pumps in their one blend than the entirety of Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout.
If you want a pure nitric oxide booster, you’re better off with a separate citrulline malate supplement. Avoid Six Star Pro Nutrition N.O. Fury pre workout like it’s infected.
Doesnt matter. says
I guess your science on this topic is dead on, yea????
However, logical people know it’s not all science.
I have well over 200 empty bottles of PRE WORKOUT FURY sitting in boxes (I keep ALL my empty bottles when I finish)
I have over 900 days of consistently using this product.
YOU are dead wrong!
I’m living proof.
I take 5 supplements 30 mins prior to any activity. Which for me is riding a bike nonstop while playing cod.
365 days a year, every day, 2 hours.
You are dead wrong!
This gives a surge towards any physical activity you do.
Sex, working out, going out, you name it!
Lost 25 lbs playing video games while on a bike using pre workout fury.
My lower back SOLID
My lower half of body ( DEAD SOLID)
IM OVER 40.
YOU MY FRIEND ARE DEAD WRONG.
Thanks for sharing your experience with this product.
Yes, we base our review on scientific research.