Adams Review & Breakdown of EL JEFE

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Adams Review & Breakdown of EL JEFE

El Jefe: Boss Stim Pre-Workout

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El Jefe is a preworkout that doesn't come around often. It's one of our top pre-workouts of 2019. Jam packed with 17 proven ingredients El Jefe is an all in one pre-workout that delivers incredible energy, vein splitting pumps, extreme focus.


El Jefe is one of the better mixing pre-workouts on the market. It doesn't leave the grit at the bottom of your shaker like others. Combined with their flavoring, they knocked El Jefe out of the park. Sweet Cherry Lime was right on point and took me back to my childhood and a pixie stick. 


El Jefe is one of the better mixing pre-workouts on the market. It doesn't leave the grit at the bottom of your shaker like others. Combined with their flavoring, they knocked El Jefe out of the park. Sweet Cherry Lime was right on point and took me back to my childhood and a pixie stick. 

 Label Breakdown

Citrulline malate (7g) is synthesized from naturally occurring L-citrulline (amino acid) and malate (salt form of malic acid). Its ability to increase production of L-arginine (amino acid responsible for better blood flow to muscles) makes it a great agent of muscle recovery. Simultaneously, it helps eliminate ammonia via increase of urea production in the liver, which decreases muscle fatigue. And, lastly, citrulline malate assists in the aerobic production of ATP-our source of energy, also helping delay muscle fatigue. 

Beta-alanine (4g) is the base (non-essential) amino acid in the making of carnosine. Carnosine is responsible for regulating acid buildup that causes muscle fatigue. Although the body naturally produces beta-alanine, a higher amount yields higher carnosine production, which supports longer muscles performance. 

Beta Anhydrous(2.5g) is naturally produced by the body, and can be found in natural ingredients such as beets, spinach, and cereals. It helps metabolize, or break down, homocysteine, which, at high levels, has been linked to heart disease and weak bones. 

Taurine (2g) is a main component of the protein found in the brain, retina, and heart. It has been found to lower risk of heart failure by lowering blood pleasure. 

Nitrosigine (1.5mg) is a patented synthesis of L-arginine and silicone that helps increase the production of nitric oxide. Production of NO occurs during the conversion of ammonia to nitric acid and results in stimulation of blood flow. 

ElevATP (150mg) helps the body produce more ATP through its natural pathway. ATP is the source of energy for performance and muscle recovery. 

Choline bitartrate is the salt version of choline. Choline alone reacts similar to vitamin B, but our bodies absorb the choline bitartrate version at a much faster rate. Once absorbed, Choline bitartrate acts as a “brain drug” improving memory, mood, and mental energy. Its benefits stem from the increase in acetylcholine production. Choline bitartrate also reacts as an anti-inflammatory in the body and aids with pains and aches. 

Caffeine Anhydrous (300mg) is the dehydrated version of caffeine and is currently being used in weight loss and performance improvement supplements. The main difference between caffeine anhydrous and regular caffeine is the concentration; because the water is filtered out, caffeine anhydrous is more potent at the same dosage.

Theobromine falls under the same type of alkaloid (a nitrogenous organic compound derived from a plant that has an effect on the human body) as caffeine. It is mainly derived from cacao and can be used to lower blood pressure because of its ability to widening blood vessel (guess chocolate is good for the soul after all!). Theobromine is also a mild stimulant and although its effect is lower than caffeine, it can last about 7 hours in the body before the concentration decreases by half. 

Eria Jarensis Extract is scientifically known as n-phenethyl dimethylamine, is a stimulant with similar characteristics to Ephedrine. It increases levels of Dopamine and Noradrenaline in the body, causing a boost in mood, focus, and alertness while reducing appetite and reducing feelings of anxiety. 

Juglans Regia Extracts are obtained from the English Walnut tree. It is a central nervous system stimulant that enhances levels of energy and mental alertness. Similar to Eria Jarensis extracts, it also decreases appetite and boosts moods. 

Di Caffeine Malate (100mg) is a mixture of caffeine and malic acid that stimulates the body without the crashing effect of caffeine thanks to the malic acid in the formulation acting as a salt buffer and minimizing the effect. The malic acid also helps with digestion. Di Caffeine Malate as a whole works to reduce fatigue and sedation while improving physical performance and concentration. 

Hordenine HCl can be found in natural barley, algae, a and grass species. It improves athletic performance and aids in weight loss because of its chemical similarity to stimulants. 

Alpha Yohimbine (Rauwolscine) (1.6mg) is a chemically altered version of yohimbine that helps with fat burn by lightening pressures in the body that cause fat mass preservation. 

Huperzine A is derived from the Chinese club moss and is highly purified before hitting the market. It causes increases in energy and alertness and protects against nerve damage causing gases. Huperzine A achieves all mentioned qualities by increasing levels of acetylcholine in the body. 

Black pepper extract (5g) provides a concentrated amount of piperine, a chemical that can inhibit enzymes. Therefore, when consumed with other supplements, it increases their absorption rates.


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