Below we take an in-depth look into Chaos and Pain Cannibal Riot, to see whether this energy-boosting pre-workout offers the right blend of benefits and non-jittery caffeine doses for its customers.
Cannibal Riot is a pre-workout supplement that provides a huge dose of caffeine mixed with other general performance-boosters. This product appears to be a reformulated version of an older product that also used the now-banned DMAA. The latest version of Cannibal Riot is entirely above board, although it is still likely to similar levels of jittery side effects.
This product is produced and sold by Chaos and Pain, a specialist manufacturer of bodybuilding supplements and T-shirts.
Like many other stimulant-based pre-workouts, this product is likely to cause a number of side effects. Unfortunately, we don’t have the space to list them all here – please check the Side Effects tab for a more comprehensive look!
The most common side effect customers should keep an eye out for comes as a result of combining 350mg of caffeine (almost reaching the daily recommended limit) with 20mg isopropylnorsynephrine. This combination can result in jitters, heart palpitations, sleeplessness, headaches, irritability, and more. Customers should also expect a tingling sensation in the muscle due to the beta alanine.
A 300g tub of Cannibal Riot (containing 30 servings) costs $44.99 (plus shipping) on the official Chaos and Pain website and $46.88 on Muscle Zone. The same pack is far cheaper on Tiger Fitness, costing just $36.99.
Chaos and Pain products are blessed with some of the Internet’s most funny and bizarre marketing, mixed with eye-catching packaging that could be genuinely decorative in the right setting. It’s unfortunate that the company was as talented at product design as they are with getting our attention.
Once again, the company has put forward a pre-workout supplement that is needlessly prone to causing side effects. With an unreasonably huge dose of caffeine (containing nearly 4 cups of coffee in a single serving) mixed with risky stimulants like isopropylnorsynephrine, this product is likely to cause the dreaded jitters and heart palpitations. It’s obviously likely to give customers the advertised boost of energy, but still goes noticeably overboard.
Knowing how other customers have reacted to this mix is vital given its potential risks, and there are unfortunately no customer reviews available to check online (at least since the banned DMAA was removed). In addition, Cannibal Riot is highly expensive, setting back customers nearly $50 a month when shipping costs are factored in.
Based on the ingredients found in this formula, we would imagine that Cannibal Riot would remain effective in boosting performance and energy. However, we also suspect that the unbalanced formula would make a lot of customers feel unwell, making it impossible to recommend.
Overall, we do not recommend Chaos and Pain Cannibal Riot to our readers.
Cannibal Riot is a pre-workout supplement that claims to boost muscular performance and give customers a huge burst of energy. This powdered supplement is designed to be mixed with water and comes in two flavours: gummi bear and strawberry watermelon.
This stimulant-free pre-workout is produced by Chaos and Pain, a supplement manufacturer known for its zany packaging designs and interesting approach to naming products. Chaos and Pain have produced some of the oddest-looking packages we’ve ever seen, giving otherwise innocuous pre-workout supplements names like “PWND Gamerz Aggro” or “Cannibal Riot”. Their brightly coloured and stylised bottles are decorated in much the same way as a heavy metal fan might spray paint their van, adorned with beautifully-drawn skulls, crying angels, and other eye-catching imagery. Unsurprisingly, the company also sells a line of t-shirts. Customers can contact Chaos and Pain using the contact form provided on the official website, or can email the company at [email protected], phone them on 1-855-798-6039 or reach them by post at 5149 Selkirk, Birmingham, AL 35242.
The directions for use are as follows:
Cannibal Riot is similar to other pre-workouts, in that it promises to offer customers a significant burst of energy that they can harness to improve their workouts. Chaos and Pain claim that ingredients like beta alanine and l-citrulline will boost muscular endurance, and isopropylnorsynephrine has been included for its supposed fat-burning properties. Other ingredients are variably said to boost cognition and improve vascularity (a quality often sought-out by bodybuilders).
Of course, it wouldn’t be a Chaos and Pain review if we didn’t mention the often hysterical and bizarre language used by the marketing team. This time, Chaos and Pain mention that their product “will have you tweaking while your skin threatens to rip and spill all of your vascularity onto the floor”. We presume this is supposed to be a good thing.
This product uses an effective dosage of beta alanine, which can help to provide a boost to muscular endurance that most customers will find highly useful. The huge dose of caffeine and isopropylnorsynephrine will also provide a large boost of energy as promised, and the l-tyrosine could provide a useful boost to concentration. Overall, we would imagine that this product would work broadly as advertised, though hopefully not to the extent that your skin explodes.
The ingredients found in Chaos and Pain Cannibal Riot are listed below. The quantities listed are correct for 1 scoop (10g) of powder.
This stimulant-based product may come with a host of side effects. We recommend avoiding all other sources of caffeine whilst using this product to reduce the chances of experiencing serious adverse effects.
Each serving of Cannibal Riot delivers a shot of caffeine that is close to the daily recommended limit for adults. High doses of caffeine can cause headaches, jitteriness, insomnia, an increased heart rate, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, and increased blood pressure. This product combines the caffeine with a dose of Isopropylnorsynephrine, which can intensify the effects of caffeine and lead to heart palpitations.
Citrulline can increase Nitric Oxide levels, and this can, in turn, lower blood pressure; anyone who already has low blood pressure, or who are taking medications that affect blood pressure, should avoid taking supplements that claim to increase NO levels. It can also 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.
Although Tyrosine is tolerated generally in very high doses, it can cause some side effects including nausea, headache, fatigue, heartburn, and joint pain.
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. If you are taking any medications or are unsure about the suitability of this supplement for you, consult your doctor before purchase.
Unfortunately, we were unable to find any customer reviews discussing this product online, which makes it impossible to know how previous customers reacted to this stimulant-based pre-workout.
It’s tricky to say whether Chaos and Pain offer a true money-back guarantee, as they fail to detail their policy anywhere on their website. Instead, they simply state that they offer a 100% money-back guarantee without explaining any terms or procedures.
As regular readers will now, we only consider a money-back guarantee as such if it offers customers a full refund within a reasonable time on all opened products (even if customers are expected to pay the cost and bear the risk of shipping the item back). If looking to return this product, it might be worth dropping an email to the company to receive the details of their returns policy in full.
Chaos and Pain Cannibal Riot can be purchased from the official Chaos and Pain webstore, as well as other outlets like Tiger Fitness and Muscle Zone. On the official website, a 30-serving pack of Cannibal Riot costs $44.99, although other websites appear to sell the same pack for much less (it costs approximately $36 on the Tiger Fitness webstore).
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