Please remember this is my own personal experience with the product and does not mean that you would not experience the best results from it.
I have always wanted to try Animal Pump, ever since I started body building. But, I was always prevented because I prefer drinking my supplements than having them in pill form. Since I have grown out of that, and don’t mind chugging some pills, I went for the Animal Pump pre-workout supplement. After purchasing it, I realized why I had preferred consuming liquid pre-workout supplements than pill form.
The one thing I have noticed with Animal, as a manufacturer, is the amount of pills they have when they have an item. I experienced the same thing with Animal Flex, and had to stop because I got tired with how much pills I had to chug down just to get the benefits of the product. Also, I didn’t notice such a grand difference to outweigh the amount of pills I had to consume.
As with every other Animal product, it comes in little packets and it literally had about 9 pills in it! Some were vitamin C, others were creatine and I wasn’t sure what the rest were, besides the stim, which is the red pill. I personally chose not to consume the 3 large vitamin C pills and just consumed the others.
Being a intermediate or experienced individual when it comes to these supplements, I didn’t feel a thing. I have worked out recently, without any stim (stimulant), in my system and it felt in the same level as when I was on the animal pump. Unlike Jack3d, Superpump 250, or GNC Pro Performance AMP Amplified N.O. Loaded.
Now as I have previously mentioned at the beginning of this review, this is my own personal experience with the product. I have had so many different pre-workout supplements, that I must have a high threshold for caffeine, which is generally the main ingredient. So 1 pill, may not suffice with me.
So with my experience, I will not be purchasing Animal Pump anymore. I’d have to say the creatine effect was still there, so that’s one good thing about it. So if anything, you can purchase animal pump for the creatine but I still prefer my creatine and pre-workout supplements, in powder formed to be mixed up in a shaker.
Overall rating: 2/5