I-Prevail Rogue Preworkout Review

Quick rundown

  • One of the most productive preworkouts in the market!
  • Nice stimulation
  • Amazing and productive energy
  • Good mood elevation
  • Great focus
  • Okayish pumps

Rogue Preworkout Review

Introduction

I-Prevail sort of burst onto the scene with a preworkout that looked quite basic. However, I’m the guy that loves to experiment and wants to see if the underdog has something good. Boy, does Rogue preworkout have something good.

I did I-Prevail Rogue in several dosages (0.5-0.75-1 scoop) on numerous occasions and it never disappointed me. My I-Prevail Rogue preworkout review could not have went better. Before I get into the label, I have to say that the taste was somewhat annoying and way too sweet. Other than that, Rogue preworkout is a banger.

Label

Rogue Preworkout Review Label
Rogue Preworkout Review Label

  • Beta-Alanine (1500mg) – Preworkout starter and endurance ingredient. While it’s mostly known for the itchy sensation that kicks in quite quickly, it also works as an endurance ingredient. However, don’t expect too much itching, as the dosage is about half the clinical dose.
  • L-Citrulline (1000mg) – Classic pump ingredient. It’s supposed to improve Nitric Oxide production and lead to better pumps. However, the dosage is so damn low that I doubt it does anything. For reference, good dosing is 6g, top-end dosing is 10g.
  • GlycerSize (65% glycerol, 1000mg) – Novel pump and hydration ingredient. Supposedly draws more water and nutrients into the muscles leading to better pumps. Unfortunately, could often lead to clumping in the preworkout. Mine was a little clumped as well. Dosages range from 1g to 3g.
  • Caffeine Anhydrous (250mg) – Classic stimulant. Everyone knows and loves coffee and Caffeine. A little low for a stim-based preworkout as it’s about 2 good cups of black coffee.
  • N-Phenethyl Dimethylamine (Eria Jarensis Leaf Extract, 250mg) – Combo-based stimulant. Provides some CNS stimulation just like Caffeine and other products. However, Eria seems to truly shine when combined with other stimulants. Dosages range from 250mg to 500mg. Great dosing overall.
  • Juglans Regia Bark Extract (150mg) – Stimulant that’s often compared with DMHA as it has similar effects. Provides a strong boost in stimulation and energy, but truly shines in mood elevation. Good dosing.
  • Dicaffeine Malate (125mg) – A spin on a classic stimulant. It does the same thing as regular Anhydrous Caffeine, however, the Malate makes it slower digesting, so it kicks in way later. Makes it a great candidate for an anti-crash matrix. Decent dosage as it should be close to 50% of Anhydrous for effectiveness.
  • Hordenine HCl (75mg) – Fat burner and stimulant. Does actually help you metabolize some fat better, however, it’s much more of a stimulant than a fat burner. Not a fat dose by any means but still good.
  • Synephrine HCl (25mg) – Novel stimulant and slight fat burner. Considered to be one of the safer newer compounds. However, it’s short-lived and the kick isn’t as insane. Additionally, the dose isn’t much to write home about.
  • AstraGinĀ® (25mg) – Digestion aid. Really helps with getting the entire label into the system effectively and without causing stomach upset.
A decent label that is marred by the first two ingredients. Why would someone want to include 1g of L-Citrulline is beyond me. It just does nothing but fluff up the label. Outside of that, I-Prevail Rogue preworkout is pretty good.

My Experience

It’s hard to describe I-Prevail Rogue preworkout. Primarily, because it’s neither a stim-junkie preworkout nor a daily driver. It stands somewhere perfectly in the middle. I think its creators might have had a very particular idea of preworkout in mind. One that is highly productive to (surprise) workouts.

You don’t really feel it once it kicks in. Not like Dark Labs Crack or some other crazy powerful preworkouts where you feel like partying at the club. You get a surge of energy, motivation rises, but it never goes overboard.

There’s no extreme stimulation, no extreme mood elevation or anything else. But it really drives you to the gym to lift the weights and the energy lasts all the way to the end of your night.

Luckily, there’s also no negative side effects with I-Prevail Rogue preworkout. Absolutely none. It might disrupt sleep if you take it too close to bedtime, but that’s to be expected.

Overall, it’s a preworkout I wholeheartedly recommend for someone looking for productive and not overbearing products. If you want to slam the weights to the best of your ability, that’s the way to go.

I-Prevail Rogue Preworkout Review Summary

  • Price – 6/10. Even without a sale, you’re getting a decent bargain.
  • Stimulation – 7.5/10. Good stimulation that remains in the background and doesn’t disturb your productivity.
  • Focus – 6.5/10. Okayish focus.
  • Energy – 9/10. Amazing, productive energy.
  • Pumps – 2/10. Pumps are meh.
  • Mood elevation -7/10. Some mood elevation that helps power through the workout.

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