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Product Reviewed: Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout

Price: $35.99

Low Stimulant - High Pump


Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout – What Is It?

Dr Jeckyll Preworkout Review 1The supplement of the day today is from Pro Supps, and it’s called Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout. Pro Supps makes both Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout and Mr. Hyde Pre-Workout. Arguably, they can be used together, but they are standalone products as well. Pro Supps goes into quite a bit of detail about what Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout is, how it works, and how it can help you, so let’s get right to it.

Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout has been designed to focus primarily on pumps. While some of its competitors emphasize stimulant based energy and intensity, Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout emphasizes the increased vascularity that leads to the better blood flow and amazing pumps that help you build bigger, better muscle. The primary benefits you can expect are laid out as:


  • Muscle Swelling
  • “Road Map Vascularity”
  • Explosive Energy and Endurance
  • Flexibility to Use it Day or Night
  • How Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout Works

The majority of pre workout supplements focus first and foremost on stimulants. The more energy and motivation you have to get to the gym and work your ass off, the better results you’ll get. But some people either don’t like or can’t take a huge dose of stimulants. And some people just prefer a different approach. Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout provides that different approach by focusing on mind blowing pumps instead of distracting jitters. It does this with its exclusive Pump Matrix Blend. Because of this low-stimulant approach, Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout can be taken any time of day. So if you do your workouts at night, this is definitely something you should look at.

Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout Ingredients

Dr Jeckyll Preworkout Review 2Like a lot of supplements, the Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout formula is broken down into several blends, each with a different purpose:

  • The Endurance Complex includes Beta Alanine which increases muscle endurance by delaying the buildup of lactic acid. When you work out, lactic acid is released into your muscles, causing them to feel like they’ve had enough. Beta Alanine puts that process off so you fit more reps in before your body says “quit.”
  • The Amino Matrix works toward better muscle recovery with the BCAA L-Leucine.
  • The Strength Matrix uses creatine to give your muscles more fast twitch energy so they can push harder and longer, getting bigger and stronger.
  • The Energy and Focus Matrix uses Pikatropin and 100 mg of caffeine to provide stimulant energy at an amount small enough not to make you jittery or keep you up late into the night.
  • The Pump Matrix uses Glycerol Monostearate, L-Citrulline Aspartate, Agmatine Sulfate, and L-Norvaline to increase nitric oxide for wide open blood vessels delivering enough blood, oxygen, and nutrients to get your muscles massively pumped up during your workout.

Instructions are to mix one scoop of Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout with water and drink 15-30 minutes before working out. Some people stack it with Mr. Hyde Pre Workout for the benefit of both energy and pumps. The best way to do it is to use 1 full scoop of Dr. Jekyll with ½ scoop of Mr. Hyde.

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Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout Reviews

Most of the Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout reviews we’ve seen are pretty positive. In fact, it’s hard to find a negative review. Some examples include:

“OMG I love this stuff!”

“Excellent pump and not nearly as much caffeine, so no problems going to sleep if taken later in the day like I did. Excellent product, especially for those who are more sensitive to caffeine.”

“Not only did I get a burst of energy, but I got an awesome pump that lasted long after my workout.”

Where to Buy Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout

Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout is available online and at GNC. There are plenty of retailers so finding one shouldn’t pose a problem at all. The 30 serving tub costs about $30-$35 depending on where you look. It comes in many flavors including Blue Razz, Cherry Bomb, Fruit Punch, Green Apple, Orange Burst, and Watermelon.

Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout Positives

It’s got a minimal amount of caffeine, so it provides stimulant energy while still being fine for people who don’t like or are sensitive to stimulants.

  • Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout reviews are overwhelmingly positive, talking about both energy and pumps.
  • You can pick it up at GNC or get it online.

Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout Negatives

  • It’s not right for people who really want heavy stimulants in their pre workouts.
  • Some people don’t like the tingly effect they get from beta alanine.

Our Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout Conclusion

If you like pumps more than intense energy and focus, then Dr. Jekyll Pre-Workout may be what you’re looking for. With its mainly positive feedback, it’s certainly worth giving a shot. If you’re not sure, but want to try, you can go with the 5 serving size package for $8.95. That way, you can test it out without having to shell out full price. Then if you’re a fan, you can go all in. I’m definitely intrigued, but not having tried it yet myself, I’ll reserve final judgment for now.

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