Are these pre-workout supplements safe though? Do they actually work, or are they just one big con, designed to get you to part with your hard earned cash? Fear not, because we have looked at God of Rage Reloaded to bring you the low down.
God of Rage Reloaded is a US manufactured pre-workout supplement made by Centurion Labz. It is designed to help consumers get the very best out of their work out whilst minimising the risk of damage to muscles. This is a fairly potent combination of ingredients that are known to be beneficial for exercise, building on the previous product, God of Rage. It comes in a powder form, which we assume is mixed with water, although no information appears to be given about this on the container.
Whilst we cannot find any side effects officially noted for this product, we believe that some of the ingredients are particularly powerful and may have some risks for some consumers. Please see the ingredients tab towards the bottom of the page for more information about each ingredient and what side effects they may cause.
God of Rage Reloaded is available on many dietary supplement websites. Prices range from $39.99 on the Coalition Nutrition website, to $50 on the official Centurion Labz website.
If you are a casual gym-goer, looking for a supplement to give you a bit of a boost, then this is definitely not one for you. This has some fairly strong doses of some really potent ingredients and is aimed at hard-core, professional fitness fanatics.
Many of the ingredients are known to have a positive effect on workouts, making them more efficient, but we do have some concerns about the company. It is well-known and talked about in the fitness industry, yet there is very little information about the company, their website is very sparse and the information given about the product is limited to a list of ingredients. We cannot find any evidence of a money-back guarantee, and there is no address for the company, just a telephone number and an online form. We are also bemused by the lack of information on how to consume the product – it just tells us that one scoop is one serving. Does it need to be mixed with water? Taken as the powder? How long before a workout? We don’t know!
With all of these factors taken into account, we do not recommend God of Rage Reloaded to our readers.
God of Rage Reloaded is a supplement made by Centurian Labz designed to help consumers improve the efficiency of their fitness workouts. It builds on a previous supplement, simply called God of Rage, and comes in three interesting-sounding flavours: killer kiwi apple, sinister strawberry, and cosmic star candy.
The combination of ingredients should, theoretically, create the perfect anabolic environment necessary to facilitate maximum muscle gain, increased stamina, and an all-round improved workout for the consumer.
There is very little information about how to take this supplement. One serving is a heaped scoop containing 12.8g of what we assume is a powder, but we cannot find any information on whether this is taken as it is, mixed into water or how long before a workout. This lack of information is one of the big concerns that we have about this product.
Centurian Labz is a US-based company, started up by Dr Nicholas Puccio and Dr Joseph Kepko. It is unclear whether these are medical doctor titles that they own, or something else. There does not appear to be any information about where they are based and the contact page on their website is just a form, with a phone number. On the website, they claim to:
strive to provide the best products possible through science based supplementation
Centurion Labz does not make any claims about this product other than stating that it is a new, revolutionary pre-workout supplement.
On research into all of the ingredients, if God of Rage Reloaded was taken correctly (and there is very little information on how to do that!), we believe that it could have some positive effects for some consumers on the efficiency of their workout. All of the ingredients are carefully chosen. However, this is aimed at the most serious of athletes, not average gym-goers looking for a bit of a boost. Reviews found on the internet from people who have taken this supplement are all generally quite positive.
There are none listed, but as mentioned in the ingredients tab, some of the components have side effects including stomach problems, diarrhea, loss of weight, loss of appetite, and tingling of fingers and toes.
Like all supplements, it is advised to seek medical advice if you have any pre-existing medical problems before consuming this.
There are no reviews on the official Centurion Labz website, but there are on some other websites. Comments and reviews are mostly positive, such as:
One of my all time favorite pre workouts. Tons of smooth, lasting energy and great pumps. Also you stay very focused and have greater endurance. Definitely recommend! Not for beginners though…
Sean, February 2018
However, another comment suggests it isn’t quite as effective:
In all, this pre felt just like a regular energy drink, I won’t list any names but there are these popular energy drinks sold at gyms in a can that will make you “BANG” out weights harder than this Pre. A beginner friendly Pre indeed but a failed attempt at a mainstream pre
Justin, April 2018
There is no information about any money-back guarantee on the website.
You can buy God of Rage Reloaded from the Centurion Labz website, as well as other supplement websites, such as Advanced Supps.
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