October 05, 2021 2 min read 0 Comments
Like any supplement, pre-workouts will typically have a use by date printed on the tub. Pre-workout supplements tend to go bad if they are made with certain ingredients like fatty acids or fish oil, or ingredients that absorb moisture. If your pre-workout has gone bad, you shouldn't take it anymore because it's unlikely to be effective and can make you sick.
In some cases, clumpy pre-workout is bad and may indicate that it is past its usable date. However, if it is not past the date, you may need to blend the powder to get rid of the lumpy texture or you can break it up with a knife and that will help fix your clumpy pre-workout.