Jacked Labs Pump Syrup 2.0
Pump Syrup is basically a pump pre workout in liquid form. With the biggest draw being a huge amount of glycerol.
We see glycerol in many powder pump products like Superhuman Pump but at a smaller dose and at a 65% yield because glycerol needs to be bonded with silica to not clump.
We will typically see 1-4 grams but now we have it available in 17 grams in pump syrup.
Pump Serum Supp Facts
- 17000mg Glycerol Monostearate (4-5x more than any other preworkout on the market)
Glycerol significantly enhances pumps and performance by hyper-hydrating the muscle with water.
Most pump products work by increasing Nitric Oxide (NO) production, which then leads to increased vasodilation.
Glycerol increases vascularity and pumps via a totally different mechanism of action.
By raising the osmotic pressure within bodily fluids, Glycerol supports increased movement of water throughout the body.
This supports an increase of intramuscular hydration and overall muscle volume.
- 2000mg Betaine Anhydrous
Betaine improves hydration, stimulates water-based pumps, improves power, and supports protein synthesis. Furthermore, it’s often compared to creatine.
Betaine acts as an osmolyte. This means it helps maintain fluid balance in the cells. Put simply, it pulls water into the muscle cells. This increases muscle fullness or volume. This process is also called water-based pumps.
- 750mg Agmatine Sulfate
Agmatine is most well-known for its ability to prolong Nitric Oxide in the body. Agmatine blocks the synthase NOS that breaks down NO. This means when your body produces more NO, naturally or through supplementation, Agmatine will help prolong the pumps and benefits associated with NO.
Agmatine can also help enhance endurance as it reduces pain perception by blocking pain receptors. It can also enhance mood as it increases antioxidant protectors in the brain while protecting it from damaging high levels of cortisol.
- 400mg Himalayan Salt
Not many would think of using salt (sodium) as a pre-workout supplement, however sodium is a lot more useful for strength training than you may believe. What are the benefits?
Helps muscles contract better
When a nerve signals a muscle to contract, sodium rapidly flows into the cell. Using sodium as a pre-workout protocol will help you to ‘feel‘ your reps more as you’ll squeeze and contract harder.
Sodium doesn’t dehydrate you. It hydrates you. Consuming sodium replaces what’s lost through sweat, urine etc. It’ll help keep your bodily fluids properly balanced. Salt also helps you to absorb water better.
Maintains fluid balance
Salt is an electrolyte, so when we sweat and lose electrolytes during a workout (especially sodium), pre-dosing will help to maintain healthy levels.
- Improves strength
A lot of strength and power is intracellular water retention and sodium will help you retain water better.
Get better pumps!
The same way that sodium helps you to contract your muscles, it’ll also help to flood your muscles with more water, meaning you get much better pumps in the gym.
- 300mg Epicatechin
Epicatechin has been the subject of several studies that have uncovered a host of physiological benefits, including:
- Enhancing muscle growth and strength naturally via a novel pathway
- Increasing nitric oxide production for improved vascularity, blood flow and endurance
- Improving insulin sensitivity, regulating blood sugar levels and stimulating muscle protein synthesis
- Lowering cholesterol levels due to its natural antioxidant properties
- Improving brain and heart health