In this review, we look at whether these pre-workout supplements are safe, and whether they actually work. We don’t want you to spend your hard earned money on something that is going to have no effect. Keep reading to see what we think, and whether we would recommend it.
ApexXx Ares Pre Workout is a UK manufactured pre-workout supplement made by ApexXx Nutrition. It is designed to help users get the maximum potential out of their work out whilst minimising the risk of damage to muscles and fatigue. It comes in a powder form, which the user should mix with water.
Beta-alanine can cause paresthesia – a harmless and temporary tingling sensation, usually in the limbs and face.
There are some side effects associated with caffeine – too much can cause disruption to sleep patterns, anxiety, heart palpitations, and an increased need to urinate.
From the ApexXx Nutrition website, the supplement costs £29.74. This price includes shipping. We are unable to verify how many servings the tub contains, as there is no weight or quantity on the image of the bottle, and no information on the website.
As far as pre-workout products go, this one isn’t the worst we have seen. The ingredients appear to be well-formulated, containing a decent mixture of energy-boosting ingredients, and a few amino acids to improve performance. Like most pre-workouts, it does contain rather a high dose of caffeine and beta-alanine, which comes with side effects, but regular users of this sort of supplements will be expecting that. many customers looking for a pre-workout like this will know that going in. The price is also isn’t too bad, assuming it contains around thirty servings.
Our main problem with this product is the lack of trustworthy customer reviews. When a company starts to offer incentives and discounts to people who leave reviews, it is going to potentially open itself up to a lot of fake reviews. This is made worse by the lack of money-back guarantee offered by ApexXX Nutrition. If you’re left unsatisfied with your purchase, you won’t be able to return it.
We also worry a little bit about the general level of professionalism on the company website and social media accounts. As well as lacking in information, it is also littered with some very basic spelling, punctuation, and grammar errors that we would have expected to have been checked. The Facebook page and Instagram page associated with the company appears to be only a few months old, and they have only recently started accepting credit and debit cards as payment. If we are handing over our hard earned money to a company, we want to know they are all above board and doing things properly – and we are not 100% convinced ApexXx are yet.
With all of these factors taken into account, we do not recommend ApexXx Ares Pre Workout to our readers.
ApexXx Ares Pre Workout is a supplement made by ApexXx Nutrition designed to help users improve the efficiency of their fitness workouts. It comes in three fruity flavours: lemon sherbert, green apple, and blackcurrant burst. It contains all of the usual ingredients we would expect to find in a pre-workout supplement – caffeine, beta-alanine, taurine, amongst others.
ApexXx Nutrition are a UK based company, with its offices in London. There is very little other information about who they are. On their contact page, there is an email address and their postal address. On their website they claim:
“We want to help you find your balance with the best Nutritional support, supplements and workouts to empower your mind and body”
Take two scoops, 30 minutes prior to working out. For first time users, we recommend taking one scoop and increase if necessary. Do not take in the five hours before bed.
ApexXx claim that their product is:
“strong, safe and effective. Giving you a sharp increase in energy without the added itches and jitters assosiated with other brands”.
They also claim that the product has the following benefits:
We like that this product comes with a transparent list of ingredients, all of which look ok. It contains Citrulline Malate, an amino acid, that is made in the body and is also available by diet. Citrulline helps produce nitric oxide in the body and this helps arteries relax and improves blood flow, so can help boost exercise and stamina. Caffeine can increase energy levels, which is obviously useful in a pre-workout supplement.
Overall, the ingredients used in ApexXx Ares Pre Workout do generally seem to help support various elements of a good workout.
The following quantities are per 20g serving
There are none specifically listed, but beta-alanine can cause paresthesia – a ‘pins and needles’ type sensation in the limbs and face. This is usually harmless. There are some side effects associated with caffeine – too much can cause disruption to sleep patterns, anxiety, heart palpitations, and an increased need to urinate.
Do not exceed the maximum daily intake. Food supplements should not replace a varied diet and healthy lifestyle. Contains caffeine. Not suitable for children, pregnant women or people sensitive to caffeine.
We can’t find any reviews online for the ApexXx Ares Pre Workout supplement. When we had a look at their Facebook page, which has some five-star reviews, we noticed that ApexXx had given at least one of their customers 10% off their next order for leaving a positive review. This leads us to question the trustworthiness of the reviews.
This supplement is available to buy from the ApexXx Nutrition website, costing £29.74
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