- Strong daily driver, great for cutting!
- No DMAA/DMHA
- Good stimulation
- Great energy
- Nice mood elevation
- Weak pumps
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Centurion Labz have always made great products. Rage XXX is something I have owned for a long time. So long, in fact, it’s starting to clump up, therefore it was time to replace it. Thus, doing a Centurion Labz God of Fire review seemed natural.
Interestingly, Centurion Labz used to do proprietary blends in some of their products. The two new addition of preworkouts (God of Fire and God of Rage) have a regular label. Props to them for that.
One small thing that really grinds my gears during the Centurion Labz God of Fire label review is the “HCL”. I’m not sure why they chose to capitalize the letters but Chlorine (as the element) is universally written as “Cl”.
- Niacin (50mg) – Vitamin and booster ingredients. Provides the initial hot flushing sensation if you’re not used to Niacin. That sensation is the blood vessels in the body dilating. May have some use as an anti-aging agent as well due to the increase of NAD+ levels. Great ingredient for a kick start at a reasonable dose.
- L-Citrulline Malate 2:1 (4000mg) – Pump ingredient. Citrulline improves Nitric Oxide production which dilates the blood vessels. The end result is better pumps. However, it’s extremely underdosed. To the point where I’m not sure why it’s here entirely. A 2:1 ratio provides about 2.5g of pure L-Citrulline which is below the clinical dose.
- Beta Alanine (4000mg) – Booster ingredient. Better known as the itchy tingly ingredient that kick starts most preworkouts. Additionally, saturating the body with Beta Alanine over around a month will improve endurance and overall performance. Dosed above the clinical dose of 3.2g.
- L-Arginine AKG (1000mg) – Pump ingredient. Basically, a salt of Arginine which is the end-result of the Citrulline conversion process. The ratio isn’t shown, however, the dose is pretty regular. However, AAKG isn’t as effective in most people as Citrulline.
- Agmatine Sulfate (1000mg) – Pump ingredient. Directly increases Nitric Oxide production. Additionally, works as an analgesic and, potentially, as a NMDA receptor potentiator (basically, makes stimulants better). Dosed clinically.
- D-Aspartic Acid (500mg) – Testosterone and, potentially, stimulant booster. D-AA has long been touted as a testosterone booster that works (for some time). However, most studies investigating the effects range between 2g to 3g. There are some studies stating that it may interact with NMDA receptors which might have some downstream cascade effects on stimulant effectiveness.
- Caffeine Anhydrous (350mg) – Classic stimulant. Should give about 3-4 cups of coffee worth of a kick. Decent dose, most preworkouts don’t go much higher anyway as the side effects start stacking up.
- Theobromine Anhydrous (100mg) – Nootropic and slight stimulant. The active ingredient in chocolate, works as a very slight stimulant, mood elevation ingredient, and possibly a fat burner. Decent dose.
- Hordenine HCl (50mg) – Novel stimulant and fat burner. A short-lived CNS stimulant that provides a nice surge of energy. Additionally, it may reduce the breakdown of other neurotransmitters, improving the effectiveness of stimulants. No regular dose established, however, Static Labz Shock Wave included 200mg of Hordenine.
- Halostachine HCl (50mg) – Novel stimulant and fat burner. Will provide a moderate kick of energy and stimulation.
- Isopropylsynephrine HCl (20mg) – Novel stimulant. One of the few stimulants that shouldn’t impact blood pressure. Will provide some heat and stimulation.
- Yohimbine HCl (2mg) – Fat burner. The nicer version of Yohimbine that’s dosed nicely even for those sensitive to it. Will give you some fat burning properties to keep the workout efficiency going.
- Huperzine A (200mcg) – Nootropic. Dubbed the learning ingredient, used in new memory formation. Additionally, it may act as a somatostatin inhibitor but it only may be useful in cases where HGH or MK-677 is being deployed.
Overall, it’s a very powerful stimulation and fat burning based label. There’s no illicit compounds in it and a small amount of pump ingredients. However, Centurion Labz God of Fire could definitely benefit from a digestion aid like Bioperine.
During my Centurion Labz God of Fire review I tried out the preworkout several times in varying dosages, however, never going above the maximal listed dose. There was some consistency at all dosages from 0.5 scoop to 1 scoop.
One thing I should note about the taste, even though I basically never talk about it, is that it reminds me of the OG Jack3D. And that’s not a good thing. It’s a very sweet, unnatural tasting lemon-lime flavor you can get. Just neck the thing, it’s not going to be pleasant.
However, the experience is great. Centurion Labz God of Fire nails the effect shown in the design. You feel “on fire”, ready to do nearly anything without going overboard into negative effects.
Stimulation and energy are the standout features of God of Fire. There’s a nice surge of energy with decent stimulation going around which makes the workouts feel amazing. It’s very productive with a clear goal – enhance the workout. There’s no extreme highness or something similar.
Additionally, there’s some nice mood elevation. It’s not out of this world but still is definitely there. Enhances the workout even more.
However, you shouldn’t be expecting too much out of pumps or focus. Neither of these two really shine through in God of Fire. I’d recommend looking for something else if you enjoy these two aspects of a preworkout.
One of the greatest things I found during my God of Fire review is that there’s absolutely no crash regardless of the dose. Even at a full scoop, there’s no crash. In fact, the energy and stimulation is so long-lasting that you might be unable to sleep if you take it a little to close to bed time. It’s definitely best used for daytime.
Overall, the God of Fire experience is extremely smooth. There’s no negative side effects to it, it’s great for productive sessions at the gym, and is powerful enough to be a solid daily driver.
Centurion Labz God of Fire Review Summary
- Price – 7/10. Great value, the tubs come in 30 servings for close to $45 or ~35 euros.
- Stimulation – 8/10. Solid kick and a nice feeling stimmy experience.
- Focus – 3/10. If focus is the go-to, I’d recommend looking for something else.
- Energy – 7.5/10. Long-lasting and very smooth.
- Pumps – 3/10. Meh, there’s probably something there.
- Mood elevation – 6/10. Decent boost but not something to write home about.
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