In one serving of SuperPump Max there are 2g of Citrulline that leads to the production of L-Arginine and ultimately Nitric Oxide synthesis. This is a very low amount and at this dosage it’s not very beneficial. A max dosage contains 6g of Citrulline which should produce enough Arginine to gain benefits from Nitric Oxide if the body successfully synthesizes it.
At 2g of L-Leucine combined with a lesser amount of L-Isoleucine and L-Valine, SuperPump Max has an effective amount of BCAAs. BCAAs help prevent muscle catabolism and promote growth of muscle tissue.
This pre workout contains 1.3g of Creatine Monohydrate and Magnesium Creatine Chelate. Magnesium Creatine Chelate is magnesium bonded to to creatine in an attempt to increase absorption. Roughly we can estimate a total of 1.5g of creatine per serving which is a small amount. In order to reach a serving size of 5g I would recommend further creatine supplementation.
L-Taurine helps with nervous system functionality. It increases blood flow to nerves and maintains homeostasis. This amino acid also helps process key minerals like potassium, magnesium, and calcium.
In order to actually feel anything from this pre workout a max dosage of 3 scoops is required for most people. At that rate the benefits of SuperPump Max are not worth the money. The price per serving ratio is originally $.75 at one serving and $2.25 per max serving which is very expensive.
At max serving size there should be a noticeable amount of pump but SuperPump Max is lacking energy. It is not specified how much caffeine is in the blend but it seems to be a very low amount.