AREZ God Of The Gym

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The manufacturers of pre-workout supplements are often quite dramatic when promoting their supplements, especially concerning the potency and benefits of the supplement. AREZ God of the Gym is described as a “potion” that will “transform any mere mortal into a superhuman freak capable of feats only described in legend.”

Below we take an in-depth look at AREZ God of the Gym, to see what benefits its offers to consumers.

AREZ God Of The Gym Pros

  • Likely to boost energy levels
  • Could help increase pumps

AREZ God Of The Gym Cons

  • No money-back guarantee
  • Long list of potential side effects
  • 300 mg of caffeine – very high dose!
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What You Need To Know About AREZ God Of The Gym

AREZ God of the Gym is a pre-workout supplement that is designed to boost endurance and pumps, increase focus and energy levels, and stimulate fat burning.

AREZ God of the Gym comes in four flavours; Rainbow Sherbert, Baja Blue Wave, Sets on The Beach, and Bomb Sick’ll. Customer reviews of the flavour profiles vary hugely (but taste is obviously very subjective).

What Are The Side Effects Of AREZ God Of The Gym?

There are lots of ingredients found in AREZ God of the Gym that can cause a range of side effects.

Citrulline Malate can cause an upset stomach in some people, but this is less likely if taken on an empty stomach.

The most common side effect of Beta Alanine is a tingling sensation in the muscles; many consider this a sign that the Beta-alanine is working, and as evidence that the supplement is indeed correctly dosed. Some people may dislike the tingling sensation, but it is not a sign of anything negative or more serious. Flushing is also a side effect caused by taking high doses of Beta alanine.

Hordenine is a stimulant ingredient extracted from some plants. It is incredibly understudied in humans, but as it acts as a stimulant its side effects are likely to include increased heart rate and increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, fainting, muscle disorders, seizures, irregular heartbeat, and loss of consciousness.

Rhodiola Rosea can cause side effects including dry mouth, blood pressure changes, dizziness, and anxiety. Although some studies have suggested that Rhodiola Rosea can help to reduce anxiety, some people have actually reported the opposite effect in other trials. Rhodiola rosea can cause or worsen anxiety symptoms such as restlessness, irritability, tachycardia, panic, and mood swings. These problems may be most pronounced in people who are sensitive to stimulants such as caffeine and yohimbine. Avoid taking rhodiola near bedtime, since it may worsen anxiety-related insomnia.

Consuming large quantities of caffeine can lead to headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness, and insomnia. Each serving of this supplement contains 300 mg of caffeine, an incredibly large amount to take at one time; this makes side effects much more likely.

Huperzine A can cause some side effects such as nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting, sweating, blurred vision, slurred speech, restlessness, loss of appetite, contraction and twitching of muscle fibres, cramping, increased saliva and urine, inability to control urination, high blood pressure, and slowed heart rate.

Chinese Skullcap can cause drowsiness. There have been reports of fever and lung inflammation in people who took Chinese skullcap.

How Much Does AREZ God Of The Gym Cost?

AREZ God of the Gym can be purchased from the manufacturer’s official website, NtelNutra. A single tub costs $39.99 plus delivery charges. The supplement is also sold on Amazon, but at the time of writing it was listed as out of stock.

Each tub contains 25 servings. Customers should not take more than one serving per day.

Our Verdict On AREZ God Of The Gym

We have a mixed opinion of AREZ God of the Gym. The pre-workout supplement contains a lot of ingredients that should help to support a great workout, increasing pumps and energy levels, as well as a variety of other benefits. But, there are also some ingredients that have little or no clinical support behind them. Some of the ingredients, especially caffeine, are present in large quantities that make side effects likely. The list of potential side effects that could develop whilst taking this supplement is very long, and potential customers should go through the health warnings or consult a doctor to make sure that this supplement is suitable.

AREZ God of the Gym comes in several flavours which have been creatively named, but this means that it is not always very clear what the product is supposed to taste like; without just ordering the product, it is not easily possible to tell what “Baja Blue Wave” actually tastes like.

The product is not covered by a money-back guarantee, and it appears to have limited availability – at the time of writing is was out of stock on Amazon, and it was unclear whether or not they would be restocking the supplement.

Overall, we do not recommend AREZ God of the Gym to our readers.

AREZ God Of The Gym Review

AREZ God of the Gym is a pre-workout supplement that is designed to boost endurance and pumps, increase focus and energy levels, and stimulate fat burning. The manufacturers also claim that the supplement will help with elevated mood and “relentless drive and motivation”, with zero crash afterwards.

AREZ God Of The Gym Facts

  • Manufactured by Ntel Nutra
  • 25 servings per tub

AREZ God of the Gym comes in four flavours, Rainbow Sherbert, Baja Blue Wave, Sets on The Beach, and Bomb Sick’ll.

How to Take AREZ God Of The Gym

Directions for use are as follows: As a dietary supplement, mix 1 scoop of Arez with 8 ounces of cold water. Consume 15 to 30 minutes prior to training. Do not consume Arez within four hours prior to bedtime. Do not consume more than 1 scoop of Arez per day.

AREZ God of the Gym is manufactured by Ntel Nutra (also known as Ntel Pharma), a supplement manufacturer based in Texas in the USA. The company can be contacted using the information provided on their official website.

AREZ God Of The Gym Concerns:

  • No money-back guarantee
  • Long list of potential side effects
  • 300 mg of caffeine – very high dose!

What Does AREZ God Of The Gym Claim To Do?

The manufacturers provide the following list of the product’s benefits:

  • Intense energy
  • Laser focus
  • Skin-tearing pumps
  • Pulsing vascularity
  • Endless endurance
  • Increased fat burning
  • Elevated mood
  • Maximum Nitric Oxide production
  • Relentless drive and motivation
  • ZERO crash

Does AREZ God Of The Gym Work?

Whilst Arez God of the Gym is packed with lots of promising ingredients, it also contains some ingredients that are lacking clinical support. Lotus Leaf, for example, is sometimes used to aid weight loss, but there is a lack of clinical support for this use. Betaine is thought by some to improve athletic performance, but results from clinical trials are not very encouraging.

Each serving of Arez contains a huge 300 mg of caffeine, as well as other stimulant ingredients such as Hordenine. This will definitely boost energy levels, but such as large amount, taken all at once, is likely to cause side effects, including a crash in energy levels later in the day, or if taken in the evening it is likely to cause insomnia.

L-Citrulline supplementation could help to improve blood flow to the muscles, and increase the “pump” effect during exercise (where muscles look pumped up and inflated due to use and increased blood flow). Grains of Paradise could theoretically aid weight loss, but it is not well-understood.

Rhodiola could reduce fatigue after exercise (allowing quicker recovery times), and could also improve endurance.

Alpha-GPC has a lot more clinical support than the majority of nootropic ingredients, but still needs to be researched in the cognitively healthy for nootropic benefits. The dosage used in this supplement is just 100 mg, whilst typical daily dosages for nootropic benefits range between 300 mg and 600 mg, meaning that this supplement is unlikely to have a significant nootropic effect. It might also help enhance power output.

Huperzine A limits the breakdown of acetylcholine in the body, leading to higher levels of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter connected with improved cognition.

What Are The Ingredients of AREZ God Of The Gym?

The ingredients found in AREZ God of the Gym are detailed below. The ingredient quantities provided are per serving of a single scoop (12.4 grams).

Hyper Pump Catalyst

  • L-Citrulline (4.3g): L-Citrulline is thought to increase l-arginine levels in the body, which in turn widens the blood vessels and increases blood flow to the muscles. Source
  • Beta Alanine (3.2g): Beta alanine has been repeatedly proven to raise the levels of muscle carnosine in the human body, which has the effect of increasing the amount of work athletes can perform in high-intensity workouts. Its use is accompanied by a distinctive “tingling” sensation in the muscles. Source
  • Betaine Anhydrous (1g): Betaine can help relieve conditions associated with hardening in the arteries. Although it is thought by some to improve athletic performance, scientific trials have failed to show consistent results with trained/untrained men. Source
  • Niacin (20mg)

GODLIKE Energy Surge

  • Lotus Leaf Extract 10:1 (300mg): Used to treat stomach problems including diarrhoea. There is little clinical evidence to support the effectiveness of this ingredient. Lotus leaf has been used to treat obesity, but there are no studies available in humans. Source
  • Beta-Phenylethylamine HCl (200mg): More commonly known as PEA, this ingredient is derived from the amino acid phenylalanine. It is thought to increase alertness, improve concentration/focus, and may also enhance mood. Source
  • Caffeine Anhydrous (300mg): Numerous studies have shown that caffeine boosts energy levels and alertness, as well as mildly boosting the metabolism, causing a small increase in the number of calories used by the body. The effects shown in studies are small, and some studies are inconclusive. This product uses a massive dose of caffeine that is likely to cause side effects. Source
  • Grains of Paradise (5mg): This herb comes from the same family as ginger. Grains of Paradise, also known as Paradoxine, has shown some potential for causing weight loss by increasing energy expenditure. However, the trial was incredibly small, studying just 19 participants over a 4-week period. It appears to especially target visceral fat accumulation, a type of “deep” fat stored between organs; this type of fat is the most dangerous type of fat, as it increases the risk of developing numerous health issues. The doses used in the study were not published. Source
  • Rauwolfia Vomitoria (225mg)

MIND x MUSCLE Fusion

  • Alpha GPC 50% (100mg): In Europe alpha-GPC is a prescription medication for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, but in the USA it is a prescription free dietary supplement. It appears to have some cognitive-boosting properties, helps to prevent cognitive decline, and may also enhance power output in athletes. Source
  • Hordenine HCl (20mg): Hordenine is an incredibly understudied stimulant. It is sometimes found in weight loss supplements, and is extracted from bitter orange, as well as some other plant extracts. As a stimulant, it will also likely boost energy levels. It may also increase heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing rate. Source
  • Huperzine A 1% (100mcg): Huperzine-A is found in a plant called Huperzia serrata. Huperzine-A is thought to be a cognitive enhancer. Because of the relatively long half-life of this compound, its use should be cycled, with breaks in usage every few weeks. Source

Mood-LIFT Matrix

  • Chinese Skullcap 4:1 (200mg): Also known as Baikal Skullcap, this plant has been used in traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years. It may have antioxidant properties, and anti-cancer properties (but obviously should not be used to treat cancer). It may act as a “nerve tonic”, reducing anxiety, and could help to reduce inflammation. Source
  • N-Methyltyramine HCl (50mg): Theoretically, it increases lipolysis, although tests in rats found the opposite. Also known to increase cAMP, which plays a role in the metabolism. Source

Anti-Crash Protocol

  • Velvet Bean (185mg): Also known as Mucuna Pruriens, this bean-like plant has traditionally been used in Ayurvedic medicine. It is used for treating anxiety, amongst other things. However, there is little clinical evidence to support its use: the active ingredient is levodopa (l-dopa), which can affect the levels of dopamine in the brain. However, most L-dopa is broken down in the body before it can reach the brain, unless combined with specific chemicals that are not present in Mucuna Pruriens. Source

Anti-Adapt Regimen

  • Rhodiola Rosea (100mg): Rhodiola Rosea appears to improve endurance (as proven in rats), but it also appears to help stave off fatigue. It is not proven to work as a nootropic in non-fatigued consumers, but it does appear to provide limited cognitive benefits to consumers who are fatigued. Rhodiola rosea also appears to increase serotonin levels. Source

Does AREZ God Of The Gym Have Any Side Effects?

There are lots of ingredients found in AREZ God of the Gym that can cause a range of side effects.

Citrulline Malate can cause an upset stomach in some people, but this is less likely if taken on an empty stomach.

The most common side effect of Beta Alanine is a tingling sensation in the muscles; many consider this a sign that the Beta-alanine is working, and as evidence that the supplement is indeed correctly dosed. Some people may dislike the tingling sensation, but it is not a sign of anything negative or more serious. Flushing is also a side effect caused by taking high doses of Beta alanine.

Hordenine is a stimulant ingredient extracted from some plants. It is incredibly understudied in humans, but as it acts as a stimulant its side effects are likely to include increased heart rate and increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, fainting, muscle disorders, seizures, irregular heartbeat, and loss of consciousness.

Rhodiola Rosea can cause side effects including dry mouth, blood pressure changes, dizziness, and anxiety. Although some studies have suggested that Rhodiola Rosea can help to reduce anxiety, some people have actually reported the opposite effect in other trials. Rhodiola rosea can cause or worsen anxiety symptoms such as restlessness, irritability, tachycardia, panic, and mood swings. These problems may be most pronounced in people who are sensitive to stimulants such as caffeine and yohimbine. Avoid taking rhodiola near bedtime, since it may worsen anxiety-related insomnia.

Consuming large quantities of caffeine can lead to headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness, and insomnia. Each serving of this supplement contains 300 mg of caffeine, an incredibly large amount to take at one time; this makes side effects much more likely.

A-GPC can cause side effects in some people including heartburn, headache, insomnia, dizziness, skin rash, and confusion.

Huperzine A can cause some side effects such as nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting, sweating, blurred vision, slurred speech, restlessness, loss of appetite, contraction and twitching of muscle fibres, cramping, increased saliva and urine, inability to control urination, high blood pressure, and slowed heart rate.

Chinese Skullcap can cause drowsiness. There have been reports of fever and lung inflammation in people who took Chinese skullcap.

Caution:
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. Check with a qualified healthcare professional before taking this product. Do not take if you have any known or suspected medical conditions, or if you are taking any prescription or OTC medications. Not suitable for anyone with anxiety or depression. Contains caffeine and hordenine, which are both stimulants. Do not combine with other sources of caffeine or stimulants. Not suitable for anyone who is sensitive to caffeine and other stimulant ingredients.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For AREZ God Of The Gym?

There are numerous customer reviews for AREZ God of the Gym on Amazon, where the product is sold.

Taste 8/10
Focus 9/10
Aggression 8/10
Pump 5/10 (I was lifting heavy not training for a pump)
Flavor- sets on the beach
I ran out of my last tub of mesomorph a week before I ordered Arez. So I spend a week drinking monsters as my preworkout. I don’t know if it was because of the break from preworkout or what but this pre worked extremely well for me. I enjoy the betalinine burn and this was stronger than my meso. Energy felt clean and not jittery at all along with zero crash. I have a high stim tolerance and really felt this pre working. Pre’s such as Hyde, megawatts, c4, 1mr vortex all have little to no effect on me just as a reference. I’m also writing this after a single use and after lifting on a low volume day also for reference.

Tried area pre workout today for the first time. I felt mood improvement but that’s about it. Didn’t feel a pump only did three bench presses. No increase in strength. But it did get me out of a slump, I’m lifting again. I do have depression but this stuff helps. Might work better in healthier individual. Going to continue my lifting now in a better mood. I like it.

Provided energy for a while and pumps were fine for me. I’ve used other products that worked great for me. I won’t be buying this again.

Sucks. Little energy and focus. Took 2 scoops the second time and felt the same as taking 1 scoop, but by the end of my workout I wanted to puke. I don’t recommend this.

The taste is really bad but who cares about the taste it all comes down to energy and focus… Energy I give it 3 out 10 and focus 3 out 10 really bad… Warning don’t drink this at night because you won’t sleep for the whole night does the only thing that work I guess

Does AREZ God Of The Gym Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

The manufacturers of AREZ God of the Gym do not offer a money-back guarantee. Their returns policy, which covers products purchased directly from the Ntelnutra website, is detailed below:

“Our policy lasts 30 days. If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately we can’t offer you a refund or exchange.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

Several types of goods are exempt from being returned. Perishable goods such as food, flowers, newspapers or magazines cannot be returned. We also do not accept products that are intimate or sanitary goods, hazardous materials, or flammable liquids or gases.

Additional non-returnable items:
Gift cards
Downloadable software products
Some health and personal care items

To complete your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase.

Refunds (if applicable)
Once your return is received and inspected, we will send you an email to notify you that we have received your returned item. We will also notify you of the approval or rejection of your refund.
If you are approved, then your refund will be processed, and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment, within a certain amount of days.

Sale items (if applicable)
Only regular priced items may be refunded, unfortunately sale items cannot be refunded.

Exchanges (if applicable)
We only replace items if they are defective or damaged. If you need to exchange it for the same item, send us an email at [email protected] and send your item to: 5829 W Sam Houston Parkway N Houston Texas US 77041.”

Where Can I Buy AREZ God Of The Gym?

AREZ God of the Gym can be purchased from the manufacturer’s official website, NtelNutra. A single tub costs $39.99 plus delivery charges. The supplement is also sold on Amazon, but at the time of writing it was listed as out of stock.

Summary: AREZ God Of The Gym


AREZ God Of The Gym

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The Muscle Watchdog does not recommend AREZ God Of The Gym.

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