• Contains effective ingredients such as creatine and bet alanine
  • Expensive, and doesn't list specific ingredient amounts
7.9Overall Score

Designed by bodybuilding coach and guru Hany Rambod, Evogen is a supplement brand that automatically comes with a certain built-in credibility. Their pre-workout EVP was talked about incessantly at this year’s Mr. Olympia.

Here’s a complete review with everything you need to know.

EVP Ingredients

EVP Nutrition label
EVP is essentially a hybrid amino acid and pre-workout product. The first major ingredient is leucine, to help increase energy and keep the body anabolic. What’s more, EVP is mainly a pump and endurance/strength product.

There is no caffeine or other stimulants, so you can stack it with other supplements if you desire. I was disappointed that EVP contains a proprietary blend, but it does have a pretty decent scoop size that weighs in at 10 g per serving.

If you’re an experienced lifter you’ll definitely want to start off with 2 scoops. EVP has a lot of the ingredients you’ve come to expect from a pre-workout including glutamine, beta-alanine, and creatine. So on paper it does have some well-researched ingredients.

My Experience Using EVP

I definitely needed 2 scoops to get the full effects from EVP, but it’s a solid pre-workout. I had plenty of strength and energy by the end of my workout, and perhaps more importantly, was able to get a decent pump.

Again I should stress that this doesn’t have any caffeine, so it’s not going to significantly increase energy levels.

EVP Price and Availability

EVP is available in two flavors ─ grape and strawberry kiwi, at most online retailers for anywhere between $52.99-$64.95. The price is the biggest downside to EVP. Even using just one scoop, the product isn’t very affordable.

But for someone like myself that needs to use 2 scoops, it’s almost prohibitively expensive.

Should You Buy EVP?

EVP has a good formula on paper and performs well in practice, however, it’s just too expensive. If you’re like me and need 2 scoops, the price adds up quickly.

On sale, however, EVP is a really good non-stimulant workout that can help boost strength, endurance and promote better muscle growth and recovery.

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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