Muscletech Nano Vapor Review
Nano Vapor: the best of the best?
Nano Vapor pulls no punches – it claims to be the strongest pre-workout supplement ever developed. Delivering a blast of energy and focus with caffeine and L-theanine, Nano Vapor also supports muscle growth and volume and muscle recovery with creatine.
L-citruline malate works to increase the number of reps you can do, while Quercetin boost nitric oxide levels for unbelievable workouts.
But it’s not the first time we’ve heard tall tales from a supplement manufacturer – is Nano Vapor a case of all talk and no action?
What’s in Muscletech Nano Vapor’s Formula?
Available in two flavours, fruit punch and blue raspberry, Nano Vapor contains the following:
Pump and performance complex
- L-citruline malate (2667mg)
- Beta-alanine (1067mg)
- Betaine anhydrous (833mg)
- Quercetin (67mg)
- Yohimbe extract (37.5mg)
Cell voluminization and growth matrix
- Creatine monohydrate (1667mg)
- Taurine (1500mg)
- L-aspartic acid (1000mg)
Energy and focus complex
- Caffeine anhydrous (130mg)
- L-theanine (50mg)
Nano Vapor also contains the following:
- Vitamin C (67mg)
- Vitamin B6 (0.39mg)
- Vitamin B12 (1.2mcg)
- Calcium (200mg)
Amounts per serving
Directions for Use
As Nano Vapor is a strong product, it’s important to assess your tolerance. Do this by mixing one scoop with four ounces of cold water and drinking half an hour before your workout. If this works for you, increase your dosage to two and then three servings with eight to 12 ounces of water. Ever have more than three scoops of Nano Vapor in any 24 hour period.
There are a range of reviews across the spectrum here, some overwhelmingly positive, some pretty critical and others distinctly average. Some users rave about the powerful, intense workouts this supplement facilitates, saying they can lift more weights than ever before when using this as a pre-workout. Quick recovery rates are also cited as a major benefit by users.
Other reviews, meanwhile, claim that while not a complete dud, there are more powerful products out there, and that Nano Vapor is by no means a must-have.
A number of reviews, however, are more negative, and say that Nano Vapor delivers too much energy, that it wears off quickly and is often followed by a crash. Other negative feedback is that the supplement is too fizzy and too sweet, making it unpleasant to consume. Moreover, many people have experienced negative side effects when using this pre-workout, including nausea, stomach cramps and diarrhea.
Where To Buy Muscletech Nano Vapor
You’re spoilt for choice – Nano Vapor is available at the manufacturer’s website at Muscletech.com, plus a range of other stores including Bodybuilding.com, Dolphinfitness., Gnc.com, Vitaminshoppe and Amazon. It costs around $39.99 (£26.00) for a 440g tub.
Cash Back Guarantees/Return Policy
Muscletech doesn’t offer a guarantee with any of its products.
- Irregular or Racing Heart Rate
- Increased Blood Pressure
- Renal Failure
For this reason alone, we cannot recommend Nano Vapour as a viable supplement, yes it is powerful and it will without any doubt can provide some good results.. the simple facts are that any positives could well be outweighed by the potential health risks, and we couldn’t live with ourselves if we recommended product like this..