Unless you’re a big fan of Promera’s Con-cret, there’s a chance some of their additional products like Pump Extrem or even new ones like their Capsi Blast Ultra Thermo Powder escaped your purview. To bring you up to speed, this review has everything you need to know about this new fat burner.

More Than a Fat Burner?

Capsi Blast Ultra Thermo is actually going to have a couple ingredients to boost overall exercise performance, allowing you to burn more calories during your workout.

The amino acid beta alanine is going to be the primary ingredient that helps to improve your overall workout. Beta alanine is well-researched, and shown to be effective for delaying fatigue. It saturates skeletal muscle with carnosine and buffers lactic acid so you can push through a few more reps before that burning feeling kicks in.

Caffeine is also going to provide an important performance boost when it comes to energy, but it’s also going to help you focus and concentrate, and has even been shown in studies to blunt pain.

To further boost metabolic rate, Capsi Blast Ultra Thermo is going to have your Black Pepper Fruit Extract. This further helps improve weight loss by stimulating lipolysis, which increases the amount of fat burned as energy.

Powder over Pill

The nice thing about this being a thermogenic powder is if you’re sensitive to stimulants, you have a lot more flexibility in terms of how you dose it. It’s a lot easier to take either half a scoop or even a full heaping scoop depending on your individual tolerance.

Per the official website Capsi Blast Ultra Thermo has 100 mg of caffeine per serving, which makes it easy to dose according to your preference.

Final Thoughts on Capsi Blast Ultra Thermo

While this is a pretty average fat burner, it might be the perfect one for you depending on your stimulant sensitivity. It does feature straightforward and well-researched ingredients, and with the beta-alanine it can help you increase endurance and burn more calories during your workout.

About The Author

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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