High-Stim Nitrate Pre-Workout - MTS Nutrition Ruckus 25 Servings
Boost energy with over 480mg of active caffeine and betaine nitrate from MTS Nutrition Ruckus! MTS Nutrition Ruckus is a nitrate-based pre workout that contains 1.5 grams of Betaine Nitrate. Step up your workout with MTS Nutrition Ruckus! Pick up a tub today!
MTS Nutrition Ruckus Benefits
- Contains 480mg of Active Caffeine
- Nitrate-Based Pre-Workout
- Contains 1.5g Betaine Nitrate
MTS Nutrition Ruckus Flavors
How to Take MTS Nutrition Ruckus
For best training results, take 1 scoop with 8 oz. of water 15 minutes prior to training. To assess your tolerance to Ruckus, MTS Nutrition recommends starting with a 1/2 scoop and increasing to a maximum of 1 scoop, as tolerated.
MTS Nutrition Ruckus Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Scoop(s)
Servings per Container: 25
Amount per Serving %DV*
L-Tyrosine 1.5g **
NO3-T Betanine Nitrate 1.5g **
L-Taurine 1g **
Infinergy DiCaffeine Malate 274mg **
Caffeine Anhydrous 250mg **
elevATP 150mg **
Theobromine 100mg **
VitaShure Caffeine SR (60% Caffeine) 50mg **
N-Methyl L-Tyramine HCl 50mg **
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
** Daily Value (DV) not established.
Ingredients: Natural and Artificial flavors, malic acid, silica, sucralose, sodium gluconate, tartartic acid, acesulfame potassium.
MTS Nutrition Ruckus Warnings
Read entire label prior to use. Not for use by individuals under the age of 18. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Consult your physician prior use if your are using any medications and/or have any medical conditions. Discontinue use and call a physician or licensed qualified health care professional immediately if adverse reactions occur. Do not exceed recommended serving. Keep out of reach of children.
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