MuscleTech: Nano Vapor Review

Muscle Tech Nano Vapor is a pre-workout formula that ignites massive anabolic activity during your workouts so you would be able to exert a lot of energy. It is best suited for elite bodybuilders and professional athletes so they can get the most out of their workouts. This is the new formulation from the original nano vapor pre workout supplement and with it comes a few additions such as increased stimulants and the removal of arginine from the formula and a few other modifications.

Since this is the new version it does have some better aspects to it, however I don’t believe that it can compete with some of the other pre workout supplements made by the other top supplement companies, let alone Nano Vapor’s other counterpart – Neurocore.

What are the ingredients?

The main ingredient of Muscle Tech Nano Vapor is caffeine as one scoop contains 155 mg of caffeine. This product gets into your system fast but that would still depend on the body of the person taking it. Other ingredients include creatine monohydrate, l-citruline, beta-alanine, taurine, yohimbine, maltodextrin, dextrose, Most of the ingredients may not be familiar so you may want to research about it. It is a big improvement over most supplements but you may want to take a long look at the ingredients because you may be allergic to some of them. You should also never exceed the recommended dosage because bad things will definitely happen.

Are there any side effects to taking it?

If you experience unusual symptoms then you should stop taking Muscle Tech Nano Vapor. Since this product contains a lot of caffeine, caffeine sensitive people may experience palpitations, nervousness, anxiety, restlessness, increased heart rate and difficulty in sleeping. It would be wise not to combine taking this product along with other products that are rich in caffeine because you will have a tough time in sleeping if you do that. It would be wise to consult a doctor before using this product so you would know if you are allowed to use it or not. If the doctor says no then you have to follow doctor’s orders.

What did others think?

One reviewer said that this energy drink has too much ingredients and some of them are not even familiar even to a natural health buff. The same reviewer still thinks it makes a difference because it will make you notice the improvement in your workouts. He also said it does not taste good because it is very sweet. The after taste is also horrendous which would probably turn off most people. One reviewer said he felt good while working out but not good the rest of the day. He really did not think it was all that much better despite having a lot of stimulants.

Here is my MuscleTech Nano Vapor Review Stats

The Bottom Line

Nano Vapor Performance Series is MuscleTech’s revised version of the standard Nano Vapor that made a mark on the industry but didn’t really knock any of us off of our feet. This re-invented formula is stronger than its predecessor (at the full 3 scoop serving size) and has a few tweaks in it such as including Yohimbe Extract and leaving out the L-Arginine. The muscle building ingredient is 1667mg Creatine Monohydrate per scoop which is low. MuscleTech would like you and I to work ourselves up to a full 3 scoop serving so we can reach the coveted 5g standard but would also give us about 400mg of caffeine. I’ve been taking caffeine in supplements for years and I think 400mg is a bit much, but this seems to be where MuscleTech is a company. There Hydroxycut Hardcore Elite fat burner doesn’t even have that much caffeine in it (270mg caffeine per serving) so it’s not clear to me why there would be so much in it, but I’m sure there are plenty of dudes out there that get all excited about taking that much caffeine. Aside from that, I do like the new transparent labeling and the inclusion of Yohimbe Extract so if I were to buy this I would stay around 2 scoops and save my kidneys for old age.