If you want to know how Legion Pulse compares to Pre JYM in terms of ingredients, dosages, and effectiveness, then you want to listen to this episode.

Pre JYM is one of the most highly rated pre-workout supplements on the market today, and it’s no surprise why.

It boasts a long list of active ingredients, it contains no proprietary blends, and its formulation appears to be backed by sound scientific research.

It’s also quite similar to my pre-workout Pulse because both contain citrulline malate, betaine, and beta-alanine, so many people wonder how the two compare.

So, how good is Pre JYM? Well, the short story is this:

Pre JYM’s formulation is better than many other pre-workouts on the market. It contains several high-quality ingredients at clinically effective levels and will likely enhance your physical performance and mental alertness.

That said, Pre JYM also contains ingredients that don’t make sense given the formulation, as well as ingredients that are included at suboptimal dosages.

Pulse, on the other hand, contains fewer ingredients, but all are chosen for good reason and included at clinically effective levels. Thus, it’s likely to deliver more bottom-line benefits and results.

Let’s find out why.

TIME STAMPS

6:15 – What does science have to say about Pre-Jym?

6:42 – What is Creatine HCL?

7:49 – What is the clinically effective dosage of creatine?

9:27 – What is beta alanine?

10:04 – What is the clinically effective dosage of creatine?

10:32 – What is betaine?

10:59 – What is the clinically effective dosage of betaine?

11:17 – What is taurine?

12:13 – What is n-acetyl cysteine?

13:11 – What is the clinically effective dosage of n-acetyl cysteine?

13:44 – What is alpha gpc?

14:21 – What is the clinically effective dosage of alpha gpc?

15:22 – What is citrulline malate?

16:21 – What is the clinically effective dosage of citrulline malate?

16:31 – What is beetroot extract?

17:48 – What is the clinically effective dosage of beetroot extract?

18:38 – What is branched chain amino acids?

22:08 – What is tyrosine?

23:16 – What is the clinically effective dosage of tyrosine?

23:47 – What is caffeine?

24:06 – What is the clinically effective dosage of caffeine?

24:27 – What is huperzine a?

26:40 – What is the clinically effective dosage of huperzine a?

27:29 – What is black pepper extract?

28:39 – What does science have to say about Pulse?

32:00 – What is l-ornithine?

32:45 – What is the clinically effective dosage of l-ornithine?

33:17 – What is l-theanine?

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