• Excellent Ingredient Line Up
  • Great Pumps
  • Excellent Energy
  • Proprietary Blend
9.1Overall Score

OxyPump is the latest pre-workout concentrate from MuscleCore. A great pre-workout supplement is a staple in most people’s supplement regimen. They are designed to give you the energy and endurance to help you crush your workouts and get an awesome pump. The issue most people have with pre-workouts is that they are filled with unhealthy fillers, unnecessary ingredients and way too much caffeine and not enough of those NO increasing ingredients. So, let’s take a closer look at OxyPump to see if it is something that should be added to your pre-workout arsenal.

What is OxyPump?

According to the official OxyPump website, OxyPump is “100% Pure, Ultra-Concentrated with Zero Fillers”. It “enhances intensity, strength, and power” and it “instantly increases NO production”. The final claim made by OxyPump is that it “cuts your recovery process in half”. These are some pretty common and bold marketing claims made by almost every pre-workout on the market. What I like to see is SCIENCE. Clinical studies performed on HUMANS, not caged rats carry a lot of weight.

So, will the ingredients in OxyPump do what the product claims to do? Let’s take a quick look at it’s ingredients.

OxyPump Ingredients

OxyPump contains all the ingredients you would expect to find in a pre-workout supplement. Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Arginine AKG, Arginine Ethyl Ester, L-Arginine, Creatine Monohydrate, DiCreatine Malate, Creatine Ethyl Ester, Beta Alanine and Citrulline Malate.

Vitamin B6 – Vitamin B6 provides a safe and effective way to enable the body to utilize oxygen more efficiently. The result is greater strength, energy and stamina and simultaneous promotion of lean body weight.

Arginine AKG, L-Arginine HCL and Arginine Ethyl Ester – Arginine is the key ingredient in OxyPump. Most pre-workout supplements only use the basic L-Arginine, but OxyPump has decided to use a combination of the three most potent, fastest acting forms. When you consume Arginine it allows for greater blood flow to your muscles. The greater the blood flow, the bigger the “pump: will be.

Creatine Monohydrate, DiCreatine Malate, and Creatine Ethyl Ester – Creatine promotes muscular strength, size, and endurance. It can help enhance muscular energy, delay fatigue, and promote growth. It is easily one of the most popular supplements in the past 20 years, and a staple in everyone’s supplement plan.

Beta-alanine – Beta-alanine is an amino acid that promotes more muscular energy for improved endurance, energy and better overall workout performance.

L-Citrulline – L-Citrulline is a naturally occurring amino acid that is produced by the body but is also found in some foods like watermelon. Citrulline stimulates phosphocreatine recovery after exercise, meaning faster recuperation between workouts, and muscles that are primed for growth and your next training session. It also helps open up veins and arteries to improve blood flow and reduce blood pressure.

OxyPump Serving Size and Flavors

OxyPump is available in one size and three different flavors. There is Blue Raspberry, Fruit Punch and Pink Lemonade. Each container of OxyPump contains 45 servings. Each serving of OxyPump will cost you anywhere from $0.88 to $1.11. This price per serving is right in the middle for a pre-workout suppelment.

OxyPump Final Thoughts

I have never been disappointed with any supplement from MuscleCore Nutrition. I have tried all three flavors of OxyPump and wasn’t disappointed with any of them. They mixed easily, no clumps were left for me to choke down towards the bottom of the bottle.

This is one man’s opinion. What really matters is how well OxyPump works for all of you. Please use our form below to share what your experiences have been with MuscleCore OxyPump. Please include other product(s) you have used, side effects, benefits, dosage, and let us all know if you think IsoFlex is a good value or not.

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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