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Nitrosurge Review – 9 Things You Should Know Before You Buy

By Robert Rivera

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Summary | Ingredients | Side Effects | Price | Suggested Use | Final Thoughts

Pumps make us feel like we’re the strongest person alive, capable of lifting past you and your spotter’s PR combined. The people at Jacked Factory know how important pumps are to any lifter, so they went ahead and released Nitrosurge.

Nitrosurge pre-workout promises to boost energy, improve focus, and deliver maximum strength and pumps per serving.

Jacked Factory seems to be on the right track as their Nitrosurge formula contains ergogenics we’ve all come to expect from a potent pre-workout: L-Citrulline, Betaine, and Beta-Alanine.

Is Nitrosurge as exciting as they claim? Read on to find out.


1) What is Nitrosurge?

Nitrosurge is a pre-workout designed to boost strength and performance inside the gym. It contains seven key ingredients, all of which are considered household names in the gym supplement industry.

Nitrosurge has two serving recommendations:

  • 1 Scoop (8g): The standard dose. Gets you 30 servings per container.
  • 2 Scoops (16g): The maximum dose, which cuts servings in half, but lets you feel the full effects of Nitrosurge.
  • Available in Fruit Punch, Sour Peach Rings, Blue Raspberry, Grape, Green Apple, Strawberry Margarita, Watermelon, Pineapple, Arctic White, Cotton Candy, Blueberry Lemonade, Black Cherry, and Cherry Limeade.

2) The Company Behind Nitrosurge

Long-supplement users are familiar with Jacked Factory, as the company has been in the gym supplement business since 2015. They sell a wide array of gym supplements ranging from pre-workouts and fat burners to sleep support and other health and wellness products.

Some of Jacked Factory’s best-sellers are Altius Pre Workout, Burn-XT, and their PM series, including TEST PM and LEAN PM. Their PM series are supplements designed to be taken right before sleep.

How to contact Jacked Factory:

  • Phone: 1-877-250-5237
  • Email: support@jackedfactory.com

3) Nitrosurge Ingredients

Unlike other pre-workouts, Nitrosurge chose to keep their formula simple, yet filled with nothing but high-quality ingredients proven to work. These are:

  • L-Citrulline
  • Beta Alanine
  • Betaine Anhydrous
  • Caffeine Anhydrous
  • L-Theanine
  • Theobromine
  • AstraGin

Other inactive ingredients include citric acid, natural flavors, sucralose, silicon dioxide, calcium silicate, beetroot powder (for color).

4) Does Nitrosurge Work?

When it comes to supplements, it’s a delicate balance between ingredients and dose, and Nitrosurge definitely does a good balancing act.

Citrulline is the main ingredient you want for pumps, as it’s responsible for letting the body produce more nitric oxide, which leads to more pumps and vasodilation, or when your veins are popping out of your skin. The 3g dose is decent for the expected pumps, while the double scoop will make you feel like a lifting god. [1]

The rest of the ingredients are of high quality:

  • Beta-alanine for endurance and recovery
  • Betaine and Theobromine for pump support
  • Caffeine for energy
  • Theanine for focus and to offset the side effects associated with stimulant use
  • AstraGin to boost overall absorption

5) Nitrosurge Benefits & Results

  • Massive pump action: The dose given to citrulline is good enough to make you feel like you can lift twice as much as usual. Betaine and Theobromine offer vasodilation support, making it easier for nitric oxide to get to where they are needed faster. [2]
  • Endurance: Beta alanine is known to act as a buffer against lactic acid buildup during exercise. Basically, the longer it takes for lactic acid to creep up on your muscles, the longer you can workout. [3]
  • Energy: Jacked Factory’s love for caffeine is evident in Nitrosurge, offering a whopping 360mg dose with two scoops. For context, 100mg caffeine is about as strong as a cup of freshly brewed coffee. [4]
  • Reduced stimulant side effects: Theanine not only helps with focus; it also counteracts some of caffeine’s side effects, such as the jitters and the crash or when your energy levels suddenly drop after caffeine stops working. [5]
Side Effects

6) Nitrosurge Side Effects

We only have to worry about two potential side effects with Nitrosurge:

  • Itching sensation: Beta alanine has large molecules which tend to “scrape” the walls of our skin, making us feel itchy when ingested. This sensation is called paresthesia. However, some users prefer to have this itch because it’s seen as a sign the product is working.
  • Too much caffeine: At two scoops, you’re taking more than three cups of coffee’s worth of caffeine. This can lead to palpitations, jitters, headaches, nausea, sweating, and the crash.

Whether a supplement can cause side effects or not, it’s important to always ask your doctor if you’re able to tolerate pre workouts like Nitrosurge.


7) Nitrosurge Price

The price of Nitrosurge is $29.99 per 30 servings or 15 servings if you take two scoops.

Suggested Use

8) Suggested Use

Based on the label: Mix 1 serving (1 scoop) of Nitrosurge with 6-8oz of water 30-40 minutes before your workout. For maximum results, mix 2 servings (2 scoops) with 12-16oz of water 30-40 minutes before your workout. Do not exceed 2 scoops in a 24 hour period.

Final Thoughts

9) Final Thoughts on Nitrosurge

Pumps, strength, energy, Nitrosurge gets you going and keep you going until you reach your goals.

High quality ingredients, good dose per ingredient, the presence of bioavailability boosters, affordable price, the only nitpick we have is the amount of caffeine if you go with two scoops. Fortunately, you don’t have to go with two scoops all the time, making this nitpick more conditional.

Overall, we think Nitrosurge is definitely worth a try, especially if you’re looking for a new kind of pre-workout that’s also produced by a company known for its quality.

3.7/5 - (6 votes)

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