MPR PUMP Review
One school of thought out there in terms of diet pills and weight loss supplements is that as your muscles grow, so does your ability to burn fat. To some extent this is true and it is a good idea to supplement any fat-burning workout regimen with a little strength training. The primary purpose of the MPR PUMP drink mix is to maximize your muscles’ ability to withstand heavy and consistent lifting in order to tear them down faster so that they can build themselves back up even bigger. MPR PUMP is a formula for those looking to get huge, so you’ll want to consider whether you’re dedicated to getting pumped up or just slimming down before buying.
MPR PUMP Ingredients
Each scoop of drink mix contains the following:
MPR PUMP Proprietary Blend – 13.35 grams
- Muscle Performance Matrix: Creatine Monohydrate, Beta Alanine, Creatine Magnesium Chelate, Dicreatine Malate
- Muscle PUMP Matrix – Glycerol-Silica Matrix, Arginine AKG, Taurine, Citrulline Malate, Cinnulin PF Patented Cinnamomum Burmannii Extract Type-A-Polymers, Polygonum Cuspidatum 20% Resveratrol, Gynostemma Pentaphyllum Gypenosides, RC-NOS Rutaecarpine, Gamma Tocopherol
- Acute Energy/Neuro Modulation System: Acetyl-L-Tyrosine, Choline Bitartrate, L-Tyrosine, Caffeine Anhydrous, Huperzine A
Unfortunately they don’t give us specific concentrations for each ingredient, but as proprietary blends typically list the highest concentrations first, we can assume you will be getting a decent dose of creatine, which in terms of muscle performance is probably the best ingredient here as it increases water retention in muscle cells to improve stamina. The glycerol in the PUMP matrix may have a similar effect and give a boost of calories. The rest of the ingredients in the pump matrix appear to function as vasodilators, which ideally will allow more blood to flow to the muscle tissue that needs it. Finally, caffeine and can give you a temporary energy boost while some extra amino acids can be put to use in building muscle.
Some common side effects with MPR PUMP may include:
- Heart palpitations
Discontinue use if any of these effects persist. If you are diabetic you should consult with your physician before taking as cinnulin may alter blood sugar levels. Additionally, supplementation of beta-alanine causes some tingling or redness in the skin to occur.
MPR PUMP Marketing
The MPR PUMP marketing is actually pretty informative, but as with so many diet pills and other supplements, it relies a lot on unsubstantiated statements and asterisks which in the fine print tell you that none of their claims are substantianted:
- Power Packed “Pumps”*
- Supports Mental Focus*
- Support Reductions in Muscle Fatigue*
- Promotes Improved Muscle Power*
- Supports Lean Body Mass*
MPR PUMP Price
Originally priced at $55, you can buy MPR PUMP online for around $33 plus shipping. For one month’s supply of a diet pill or workout supplement, this is about average.
MPR PUMP Guarantee
As MPR (Muscle Performance Regulator) doesn’t sell its products directly, the guarantees you’ll find may vary. We have not found any satisfaction guarantee available if you aren’t satisfied with your results.
MPR PUMP Conclusion
There are a number of great ingredients in MPR PUMP to help those who are regularly pushing intense workouts and want to get more from their muscles as they are lifting. Creatine is the main ingredient here, though it is not particularly expensive so you’re paying a premium for a proprietary blend, which we don’t recommend. We are also wary of the lack of satisfaction guarantee. The bottom line here is that MPR PUMP is not your product if you’re looking for a good diet pill, but we’ve seen worse options for muscle performance enhancers.