Musclepharm Assault Review
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Looking to get ahead of the pack? A pre-workout supplement could be just what you need to fuel through some seriously frenzied workouts. But there’s a lot of choice out there, and it can be hard work separating the duds from the dream formulas.
Here we put Assault by Musclepharm under the microscope. Available in a range of flavours, Assault says it claims to support your workout from start to finish, providing long lasting energy, focus and drive without the dramatic comedown.
What does this mean for you? Increased strength and agility, with maximum potential for muscle building.
Let’s see if the facts stack up to the claims.
What’s in Musclepharm Assault’s Formula?
The formula for this supplement is largely disclosed by Musclepharm, and contains the following (amounts per serve):
- Vitamin E (200 IU)
- Niacin (60 mg)
- Sodium (50 mg)
- Vitamin B6 (15 mg)
- Vitamin B12 (90 µg)
- Calcium (207 mg)
- Potassium (40 mg)
ATP amplifier (3500 mg)
- Carosyn patented beta-alanine (2000 mg)
- L-tyrosine, L-aspartic acid, red beet extract, (DMG) dimethylglycine HCl
Cellular transport and insulin activator (2952 mg)
- Dextrose, L-glycine, ribose, cinnulin PF bark extract
Athlete performance blend (2000mg, featuring ION-3 nitrate technology matrix)
- CreNitrate, ArgNitrate, BCAA nitrate 3-1-2 ratio (L-leucine, L-valine, L-isoleucine)
Energy and neuro igniter (1750 mg)
– Choline bitartrate glucuronolactone, PurEnergy, huperzine A.
Hydration system (1200 mg)
– Taurine, coconut water powder, L-glutamine
Natural and artificial flavours, sucralose, citric acid, medium chain triglycerides powder, red beet juice powder and acesulfame potassium
Directions for Use
Mix one scoop of Assault with 175-235ml of water 20-30 minutes before training, and always keep well hydrated when taking this supplement.
When looking at feedback from users who have tried Assault, the consensus is that it does the job. Many people say that this formula offers everything you could want from a protein supplement, providing a huge energy kick before working out and better performance when training. Long lasting pump is also mentioned by users as a big advantage of this supplement, along with the fact that it really puts you in the zone for great workout.
While performance-wise this supplement seems to do the trick, it’s not all good news. Many people have experienced issues with this powder solidifying in the tub, while a number of people say that Assault isn’t very palatable. There appear to be some negative side effects, too – itchy skin, red patches and burning, stomach upsets and headaches have all been mentioned by users.
Where to buy Musclepharm Assault
In addition to buying Assault directly from Musclepharm at Musclepharm.com, you can also find it at Bodybuilding.com, Dolphinfitness, GNC and Amazon to name a few. It costs around $30.00 (£19.95) for 30 servings, with many retailers offering some form of discount on multiple quantities.
Cash Back Guarantees/Return Policy
It doesn’t appear as though Musclepharm offers a money back guarantee on its products.
A pretty decent product from a well respected manufacturer… Although it is a shame that the makers do not fully disclose the exact quantities of the ingredients in their various blends….the mixed reviews do concern us a little bit, especially the users who report rashes and burning…. We can find nothing in the formula that could cause these issues, but there is no reason for these people to lie….
Its a shame that Musclepharm do not feel confident enough to provide their loyal customers with a cash back guarantee… had they done this, Assault could well be heading for our recommended pre workout page.. regretfully it’s just missed out…. There are better products out there that do have faith enough to offer a cash back guarantee, and we certainly suggest that you go for one of those instead..