A Detailed Look at "Yeah Buddy" Pre-Workout by Ronnie Coleman
A Detailed Look at "Yeah Buddy" Pre-Workout by Ronnie Coleman
The Ronnie Coleman Signature Series Yeah Buddy pre-workout is a no nonsense formula with clinically tested ingredients designed to improve power output, focus, energy levels, exercise endurance, muscle pumps, and hydration. Just 1 scoop of Yeah Buddy provides the boost you need to bust through muscle and strength plateaus without the dreaded stimulant-crash caused by many other pre-workouts.

Yeah Buddy has NO banned ingredients and is offered in 4 refreshing, great tasting flavors - Cherry Limeade, Electric Lemonade, Strawberry Kiwi, and America.

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Yeah Buddy is comprised of 4 blends designed to improve your workout performance – Pump & Endurance (3,500mg), Focus (600mg), Extended Release Caffeine (420mg), and "Yeah Buddy" Bomb (82.5). With over 4.6 grams of active ingredients and less than 5 calories per 8 gram serving, Yeah Buddy has everything you need and nothing you don't.

Yeah BuddyPump & Endurance Blend (3,500mg)

The Pump & Endurance Blend is comprised of 2,000mg CarnoSyn® Beta-Alanine, 1,000mg L-Citrulline, and 500mg AGMASS™ Agmatine Sulfate.

CarnoSyn® Beta-Alanine is a patented modified amino-acid designed to increase endurance and energy by increasing carnosine levels. Subjects supplementing with beta-alanine for 8 continuous weeks experienced greater lean mass growth compared to placebo. [1]

Beta-alanine is most effective when dosed 15 to 30 minutes pre-workout. If you've never consumed a beta-alanine product then be mindful of the potential full-body tingling. This tingling is harmless and should go away after 3-7 days of regular beta-alanine supplementation.

Along with a well-structured weightlifting program, CarnoSyn® Beta-Alanine stacks synergistically with Ronnie Coleman

Focus Blend (600mg)

The Focus Blend is comprised of 550mg of Choline Bitartrate and 50mg of Theacrine as TeaCrine®.

Choline is an essential nutrient needed to maintain cell membrane structural integrity, signaling function, neurotransmission, and lipid transport. [8] Choline is naturally produced by the body and also found in high concentrations in eggs.

Choline supplementation, in the form of choline bitartrate, can slow or halt the development of fatty liver and muscle damage. [9] Choline also improve the communication between nerve cells and may improve exercise endurance when choline blood levels drop below normal.10 If you already consume a balanced diet, 300-500mg of Choline Bitartrate per day can offset the choline depleted during an intense workout.

Theacrine as TeaCrine® is a stimulant chemically similar to caffeine in structure, found in Kucha tea plant leaves and Cupuaçu. [11] This compound increases activity levels and offers anti-inflammatory properties without a tolerance-building response by the body. 7 days of chronic theacrine exposure increased activity levels in mice 167% above baseline without an observed crash or developed-tolerance. [12]

Unlike other stimulants theacrine also has the added bonus of becoming more effective over time. Oral administrating of theacrine in mice also decreased inflammation markers, as measured by measured by xylene-induced ear edema, ?-Carrageenan-induced paw edema, and vascularity permeability. [13] While humans can't get a paw edema, these findings suggest that theacrine decreases overall inflammation which means you'll experience faster recovery from your intense workouts. Theacrine is an excellent alternative to banned synthetic stimulants like DMAA (1,3-dimethylamylamine) and AMP citrate (4-amino-2-methylpentane citrate).

Extended Release Caffeine Blend (420mg)

The Extended Release Caffeine Blend is a 420mg proprietary blend comprised of Yeah Buddy

"Yeah Buddy" Bomb (82.5mg)

The "Yeah Buddy" Bomb is an 82.5mg proprietary blend comprised of Synephrine HCL, Higenamine HCL, ?-Phenylethylamine, Adhatoda Vasica, and Yohimbine HCL.

Synephrine HCL, also known as bitter orange, increases cardiovascular output, energy levels, and resting metabolic rate with nearly zero side effects. It effects the cardiovascular system by acting on adrenergic receptors. [20] One double-blinded, randomized, placebo-controlled protocol found that just 50mg of this compound increases the body's caloric expenditure by 65 calories in just 75 minutes with increases in heart rate or blood pressure. [21]

A second study found that moderate doses of Synephrine can be safely used continuously for 6 to 12 weeks to increase resting metabolic rate and energy expenditure without significantly affecting heart rate, blood pressure, or blood work. [22] Synephrine HCL will keep your energy high throughout the entire workout.

Higenamine HCL, also known as noroclaurine, can enhance blood flow, improve breathing, increase energy, and burn fat. This compound is classified as a bronchodilator because it acts on the beta-2 adrenergic receptor. [23] As a result you'll find yourself breathing easier and recovering faster from those grueling workouts.

Clinical studies on humans suggest this compound can increase plasma free fatty acids and kilocalorie expenditure up to 180mg post-consumption. [24] Researchers also found that Higenamine improved blood flow in animal models. [25] This is an excellent DMAA alternative without the harsh side effects.

?-Phenylethylamine, also known as PEA, is a stellar compound designed to improve mood, focus, and fat burning. Unlike amphetamines, PEA dramatically improves mood and focus without your body building a tolerance or becoming physical dependent on it. [26] Even with regular use of PEA you'll continue experiencing the incredible elation and tunnel-vision focus it can produce.

Research also indicates that this compound affects catecholamine, a hormone made by the adrenal gland, by expediting its release and delaying its reuptake. [27][26] Many users combine Higenamine and PEA to yield effects greater than DMAA.

Adhatoda Vasica, as known as Vasa, is a plant commonly used to treat respiratory tract ailments, open up the airways, and improve breathing. This plant has been used for thousands of years in ancient Indian holistic medicine (Ayurveda) due to its strong anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, and anti-fungal properties. [28] This bronchodilator will improve respiration intra-workout to ensure you attack the weights with full-force.

Yohimbine HCL is a stimulant found to increase blood flow, fat burning, and sex drive without significantly increasing heart rate or blood pressure. This chemical comes from Yohimbine bark and is an Alpha 2-antagonist on the human fat cell alpha2-adrenoceptors. [29] Multiple primary sources classify yohimbine HCL aphrodisiac because of its positive effects on whole-body blood flow and nerve impulses. [30]

Oral consumption of this compound increases fat-burning in fasting healthy subjects and magnifies during exercise without affecting heart rate or blood pressure. [29] Yohimbine is a must-have ingredient if you're looking to maximize muscle pumps and intra-workout fat-burning without nasty side effects.


Yeah Buddy provides 4,600mg of active ingredients proven to increase energy, power output, blood flow, fat-burning, endurance, nerve-signaling, muscle pumps, and sex drive.

Stack Yeah Buddy with Amino Tone and Pro-Antium for the ultimate pre/intra/post workout stack designed to improve workout performance, minimize fatigue, and expedite recovery. When it comes to providing high quality supplements at affordable price, 8x Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman knows "It's Not a Game!"
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