Muscle Warfare: NAPALM
Muscle Warfare’s NAPALM is an ingredient intensive pre-workout supplement that claims to increase testosterone levels, boost metabolism, increase nitric oxide levels, and massively expand muscle tissue. With so many amazing pre-workout supplements on the market, we ask–does NAPALM stack up?
Napalm Proprietary Blend: 5.29gm
Air-Strike Adreno-Neuro/Core Heat Inducer: 1.95gm –L-TAURINE, GLUCURONOLACTONE, CAFFEINE ANHYDROUS, 1,3-DIMETHYLAMYLAMINE HCL, EVODIAMINE
Plasma Scorch Muscle Engourgement Agent: 1gm –DI-ARGININE OROTATE, BETA ALANINE, TRIMETHYL GLYCINE (BETAINE)
Vaso-Anabolic BCCA Blend: 1gm –LEUCINE, ISOLEUCINE, VALINE
Enxymatic Refueling/Recovery Composite: 205mg –BROMELAIN, CELLULASE, AMYLASE, PROTEASE, LIPASE, PAPAIN, PIPERINE
NMDA Amino Acid Hormonal Amplifying Matrix: 10mg –D-ASPARTIC ACID, N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE
Thermobarbic Heat Shock Protein Deployment System: 112.5mg, Myobolic Serm-1: 100 Mg, Myobolic Serm-2: 12.5mg
Mitochondrial Biogenic Agent: 50mg –LIPOIC ACID, ACETYL L-CARNITINE
Napalm has some great ingredients, such as the BCAA blend, beta alanine, the enzyme blend, and acetyl-l-carnitine. But the composition feels half-baked. There are not enough of certain ingredients that need to be there in order for consumers to draw upon their effects.
BCAA’s, or branched-chain amino acids assist the body in repair of muscle tissue and energy retention. Enzymes are essential for the assimilation of nutrients into the body. Beta alanine is the precursor to carnosine, a vital fiber thickening agent in muscle tissue–helping prevent lactic acid build-up and fatigue. And last but not least–acetyl-l-carnitine (a personal favorite) is a neuro-enhancing amino acid that helps support the brain and neuro-transmitters.
Reviews for this product are decent. Most customers talked about how pumped they felt during their workout, and the increase in energy and focus is vital for a pre-workout supplement. We feel that there are a lot of needless ingredients in this blend that can potentially interfere with assimilation of muscle gains, so to recommend this product wouldn’t be in the customers’ best interest. Perhaps in the short-term it works great.