SuperPump Agression Highlights:
- Euphoric Energy
- Laser Focus
- Skin Tearing Pumps
- No Crash or Jitters
Never having been one to sit on their laurels, Rich Gaspari immediately looked for new ways to make SuperPump 250 rise above what was becoming a very crowded market. New science and the application of new technologies eventually lead to the formulation of SuperPump Max, which continues the SuperPump legacy as one of the top-selling pre-workouts of all time, gaining traction in not only weightlifting circles but other strength sports as well.
But, today, the sector is changing. The allure of headbanging workouts gacked out of your mind on enough stimulants to make an ancient clay army march is waning. Adrenal glands are waving white flags like there's no tomorrow. They've had enough. The key to a great workout is not ingesting so much caffeine your guts bubble. Of course, you need energy, but any well-rested, well-nourished athlete shouldn't need to hang a nitrous bottle on his back to get a great workout. On top of a decent jolt of encouragement, what you need to do is generate intensity, and for that, you need to focus. The best athlete is always the one who can concentrate the hardest. Next-generation pre-workout formulas must consider this.
With all this in mind and with new innovations and ideas, Gaspari took SuperPump apart again. When they put it all back together, the testers in the field said it was a whole new animal, and not just for bodybuilders. Of course, it delivered the searing pump, for which the product has always been famous, but it also fired them up, tunneled their vision, and got them to generate savage intensity and power. The word “aggression” seemed to come up quite a bit.
That's because Gaspari took everything they learned over the last 22 years of making pre-workouts and created one of the most advanced and versatile pre-workout formulas of the decade. Athletes from all disciplines, not just weight lifting, are raving about the brutality they're able to exhibit in the gym and on the field.
In order to generate intensity you need to focus and you need to get aggressive. Channeled aggression = power. Do you want to get strong? Do you want to radically increase performance? Do you want to break records? Then you have to hit the iron like you're pissed off at it. You have to get intense. You have to get aggressive. You have to get new SuperPump Aggression!
Athletes from all disciplines, not just weight lifting, are raving about the brutality they're able to exhibit in the gym and on the field.