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Product Reviewed: GAT Nitraflex

Price: $31.98

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The phrase “Go big or go home” is perhaps more popular in the bodybuilding community than anywhere else. And this leads to the constant and intense search for the most powerful pre workout supplement there is. Everybody’s got a favorite, and in a lot of cases, which one is yours depends mainly on what your specific requirements are. This is because there are a lot of different benefits you can get from your pre workout. How important each benefit is is most often a matter of personal preference.


Some guys like an all around formula for energy, pumps, stamina, and recovery. Others like a more focuses formula, with a more specific, narrow list of benefits. Either way, choices are plenty. Today we’re talking about GAT Nitraflex. Hopefully, when you’ve read this review, you’ll know whether or not this one fits your criteria and does it in a way that provides you with the value you’re looking for.


GAT Nitraflex Benefits


GAT Nitraflex is a well rounded pre workout with the added benefit of testosterone support. The list of positive results from taking it include:


  • Energy.
  • Stamina.
  • Strength.
  • Pumps.
  • Alertness.
  • Testosterone.


GAT Nitraflex Ingredients


The formula is the most important factor in determining a supplement’s success, so let’s get right to it. With the exception of 25 mg of Niacin, the entire GAT Nitraflex formula is included within a 7+ gram proprietary blend made up of 3 smaller individual complexes.


I have to admit, the way they lay the formula out on the label is unique and a bit confusing. The total blend is 7,240 mg, within which are 3 proprietary complexes. Included within those are a few ingredients with their dosage amounts listed. This is good information to have as it’s very important for knowing whether or not GAT Nitraflex will be effective in the end. It’s just difficult to parse out the need information from the verbiage.

Regardless, here’s a breakdown of the primary active ingredients:


  • Citrulline Malate (3 grams) (1) which can delay the onset of fatigue during every type of workout. It works by clearing out the buildup of ammonia within your muscles as they work. It can also increase the production of Nitric Oxide to add to the pump benefit of some of the other ingredients.
  • Beta Alanine (1.5 grams) which is popular both on its own and in conjunction with Citrulline Malate. While Citrulline prevents ammonia buildup, Beta Alanine prevents lactic acid buildup. Together they fight muscle fatigue, allowing you to work out longer and harder, and they help prevent muscle soreness when you’re done. The 3 gram and 1.5 gram doses are on the low end, yet still within the recommended dosages for pre workout.
  • L-Arginine (1.5 grams) (2) which increases the amount of nitric oxide in your blood. NO improves blood flow because of its vasodilation properties. By opening up blood vessels, more blood is allowed to flow through to muscles during workouts. This means more pump, more oxygen delivery, and more nutrients for recovery. The 1.5 gram dose here is refreshing. We see so many supplements with 100 mg or 300 mg or thereabouts, knowing that at such low doses, the chances of efficacy are low.


Additional ingredients bolstering the pre workout benefits include:


  • Caffeine for energy and concentration. The dose is actually revealed as 325 mg, which is over 3 cups of coffee’s worth. This is an awful lot of caffeine so you’ll want to make sure to eliminate any other sources you may get throughout your day.
  • L-Theanine (3) to take the edge off the caffeine side effects, preventing jitters and promoting smooth energy.
  • Raulwolfia Canescenes which may promote fat burning.
  • Calcium fructopyranose borate which can boost testosterone levels.
  • Citrulline which converts to L-Arginine for the increased production of nitric oxide over the longer term.


How To Use GAT Nitraflex


GAT Nitraflex comes in powder form. Because it packs a punch, it’s recommended that you start with just half a scoop mixed with 6 ounces of water to assess your tolerance to any potential side effects. These may include a tingly feeling from the Beta Alanine and a flushing of the skin from the Niacin. Neither is dangerous at the levels they may occur with GAT Nitraflex. They just might be uncomfortable for some. The high caffeine dose may also cause side effects, such as jitters, nausea, or a racing heartbeat.


Once you know how you’ll respond, you can up your dose to the 1 recommended scoop with 10 ounces of cold water. On workout days, take your dose 30 minutes before your workout. On non-workout days, take it in the morning. Either way, don’t take it within 6 hours of bedtime or you’ll have trouble sleeping.


Where to Buy


You can purchase GAT Nitraflex through popular online retailers Bodybuilding.com and Amazon.com. At Bodybuilding.com, the 30 serving tub costs $31.98, while at Amazon.com, it goes for a little less. These are very reasonable pre workout prices, especially if you decide to stick with the half dose you start out with.


GAT Nitraflex comes in several flavors, including Fruit Punch, Black Cherry, Blue Raspberry, Green Apple, Orange, and Pina Colada.


GAT Nitraflex Reviews


Because it’s sold through the popular online community sites, there are plenty of customer reviews for GAT Nitraflex, and they are generally positive. Here’s an example from Chad:


“I used this pre workout for the first time today and it gave me one of the best workouts in a long time. I am a fairly high tolerance user and the caffeine in one scoop of this product gave me a huge boost of energy comparable to that of Mr. Hyde scoop. I did feel a little light headed after some heavy lifts with this pre but ultimately I loved the result. I would be wary of taking this too late at night however because I still felt some of the affects of this pre an hour or two after my workout.”


and one from an anonymous user:


“GREAT product! Gives me great energy, I add 500mg of Agmatine for pumps. I can definitely tell there’s some test-boosting products in there from libido, I’ve been using along with the Multi Test and Jet Mass both also by GAT. I’m getting amazing results and will definitely NOT be changing a thing!!!! Pina Colada tastes great, Black Cherry too.”

Our GAT Nitraflex Recommendation


GAT Nitraflex is strong and it seems to be effective. Given the price, it’s a great choice to try if you’re looking for energy, pumps, and a little testosterone boost on the side. A word of caution, however, you’ll want to start with that half dose. The stimulants can come on strong, too strong, and you could just end up sick when that’s the last thing you were looking for.




(1) Citrulline Malate Enhances Athletic Anaerobic Performance and Relieves Muscle Soreness. Pérez-Guisado, Joaquín; Jakeman, Philip MJournal of Strength & Conditioning Research: May 2010 – Volume 24 – Issue 5 – pp 1215-1222.



(2) Beneficial effects of a long-term oral l-arginine treatment added to a hypocaloric diet and exercise training program in obese, insulin-resistant type 2 diabetic patients. Pietro Lucotti, Emanuela Setola, Lucilla D. Monti, Elena Galluccio, Sabrina Costa, Emilia P. Sandoli, Isabella Fermo, Giovanni Rabaiotti, Roberto Gatti, PierMarco Piatti. 



(3) L-theanine—a unique amino acid of green tea and its relaxation effect in humans. Lekh Raj Juneja, Djong-Chi Chu, Tsutomu Okubo, Yukiko Nagato, Hidehiko YokogoshiTrends in Food Science & Technology. Volume 10, Issues 6–7, June 1999, Pages 199–204.

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