Do Vitamins Pure Pump: A Clean Pre-Workout
When I was doing my research for pre-workouts, I was looking for something that wasn’t pure garbage.
If you know me, you know that I like clean supplements, companies that are transparent, and ingredients found in nature.
Most supplement companies only care about the bottom line, filling their products with cheap fillers and preservatives, while skimping in the good stuff.
In a whirlwind of internet searching, I stumbled upon a product that I thought could have some strong potential.
It was Do Vitamins Pure Pump, a clean pre-workout formula with no fillers, but this little company named Do Vitamins has made a product that is all killer.
The Nitty Gritty
So I did what any excited meathead would do: I ordered the product online. And waited. It takes a while for them to ship it (it’s seems like a fairly small operation), but I still got it in a timely fashion, about 7 business days (note: I’ve since gotten Amazon Prime, and shipping usually takes 1-2 days now).
I use it as a pre-workout, and I also take one scoop every morning, making it a kind of vitamin supplement as well.
It takes a few weeks of persistent supplementation to see results, but after this period I did notice my muscles were fuller and harder (most likely due to increased blood flow from the citrulline).
I also had some noticeable strength gains, and there was a definite effect from the caffeine. I feel more alert and focused and have much more energy when I take it.
Will I continue to supplement with Pure Pump? Hell yeah! I feel the benefit definitely outweighs the cost (really the only con being the price).
Just the stuff you need, and nothing you don’t. This product has no artificial colors, flavors, sugar, nothing GMO, and generally just no crap.
Solid company. Do Vitamins is a boutique supplement company, and they aren’t shady like some other ones.
Clean product. It’s been tested and certified many times over.
Caffeine. This could be a con for you, but it’s a pro to me. Caffeine, used wisely, is a hell of a performance enhancer.
Price. The stuff is pretty spendy, at $39.95 for 8 oz, and they don’t do any coupons and you won’t find it cheaper anywhere else, as well.
Taste. It has nothing in it but the nutrients and aminos, so it tastes like those. You cannot drink it straight up and enjoy it, mix it in with something strong.
Creatine content. I wish it had a little more creatine in it, but the amount in it is fine, especially if you take it with Post Pump.
4 Out Of 5 Stars
It’s a good, solid product, and it’s a nice little supplement to add to your stack.
Is it perfect? No.
But it gets the job done that it’s supposed to do.
If you’re looking for taste, look elsewhere.
If you’re looking for just the nutrients, then this is your product.
I love Do Vitamins‘ clean approach to supplements, and other supplement companies should definitely follow this trend, as I believe clean eating (this includes supplementation) is the future of health, bodybuilding, and fitness.
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It’s $39.95 everywhere, and Do Vitamins doesn’t really do coupons (unless you sign up for their newsletter, they will send you random coupons every so often). I prefer to go through Amazon, as I have Prime and it doesn’t take two weeks to ship.
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