What You Should Know
AMP Pre-Post Training Pak is sold by General Nutrition Corporation (GNC). The product can be found online and in stores. AMP Pre-Post Training Pak is sold as packets with 15 pre-training packets and 15 post-training packets in each box. According to GNC, the supplement packs will increase energy, metabolism and calorie burn in addition to supporting lean muscle.
List of Ingredients
Pre-Training Packet: (Amplified Muscle Ignitor 4X) Vitamin C, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid. Performance Blend: Ginger Root Extract, Yerba Mate Leaf Extract, Guarana Seed Extract, Black Tea Leaf Extract, Schisandra Fruit Extract, Dillweed Extract, Grapeseed Extract. Sports Antioxidant Blend: Dual GE Amplifier, Whole Fruit Extract, Yohimbe Bark Extract, Fenugreek Seed. Calorie Burn Blend: Caffeine Anhydrous, Capsimax Capsicum Fruit Extract, L-Carnitine, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Bioperine Black Pepper Extract. (Amplified Maxertion N.O.) Niacin, PEG-Arginine System: Micronized L-Arginine, Polyethylene Glycol. Circulatory Pump Blend: MegaNatural-BP Proprietary Grape Blend, Yohimbe Bark Extract)
Post-Training Packet: (Amplified Glutamine Complex) L-Glutamine, Dual GE Amplifier Whole Fruit Extract. (Amplified Creatine 189) PEG-Creatine System. (BioCore System) BioCore Enzyme Blend.
The AMP Pre-Post Training Pak Pre-Training Packet is the most effective part of the supplement. There are multiple sources of stimulation to increase energy before a workout. For a bodybuilder or intense fitness person, this stimulation may be effective, but the average dieter may feel jittery and nauseous after taking just one packet. There is no step up program with the AMP Pre-Post Training Pak supplement. From the first day, the dieter will take the entire packet and with Guarana, Black Tea, Caffeine and Green Tea.
Consumers reviewing the product on the GNC website are not thrilled with the results. One consumer claimed he felt nauseous from the first day and within a few days was vomiting for several hours after taking the product. This is probably associated with the stimulants included in the product. Another consumer claimed a burning in the chest after taking AMP Pre-Post Training Pak.
AMP Pre-Post Training Pak sells for $44.99 for 15 days worth of supplements. This product is only to be taken before working out so the 15 packets should last the entire month.
- Some proven ingredients like Green Tea and Caffeine.
- Online ordering available.
- GNC takes Paypal.
- Consumers claim the product causes nausea and chest burning.
GNC is a trusted name in supplements, but AMP Pre-Post Training Pak is clearly marketed more for bodybuilding and fitness than weight loss. The long list of stimulants leaves some users feeling nauseous and even vomiting for hours, so dieters who are sensitive to caffeine should never take this product. There are weight loss supplements with proven ingredients that will not cause severe side effects. They typically contain green tea, caffeine and chromium.