What is Total War?
Total War is manufactured by RedCon1, a relative newcomer to the supplement industry, under the helm of supplement industry entrepreneur Aaron Singerman. Their moto is ‘The highest state of readiness’ and Total War is all about getting you totally prepared for attacking the weights.
Total War is designed to be taken by both men and women. When you take it as directed, it will produce an incredible muscular pump while you’re working out. It will also provide you with a sustained release of energy throughout the entire training session, without a crash. In fact, you will get an hour and a half of enhanced energy, that will slowly trail off naturally.
All of the ingredients used in Total War have a scientific basis for their being in the product. There are no proprietary blends in this product, which means that you know exactly what you are getting and in what quantities. RedCon1 are particular in ensuring that the doses of each ingredient match up with the clinical recommendations.
- Clinically proven ingredients and dosages
- Produces effective pumps
- Long term energy with no crash
- May be too powerful for some people
Are There Known Side Effects?
All of the ingredients in Total War are completely natural and the doses are all in accordance with clinical recommendations. That means that Total War is a safe supplement.
It should be noted, however, that this is a hardcore training formula. Some people may not be suited to the intensity that it produces in terms of muscle pump and energy stimulation. You should only take Total War if you are a hardcore trainer.
Citrulline malate is included in Total War to produce a fantastic pump during your workout. You get 6 grams of it with every dose.
The amino acid citrulline malate is a precursor to Arginine, which itself is a precursor to Nitric Oxide. It has been clinically shown to increase NO levels, leading to an increase in blood flow and resultant pump. Most supplements don’t give you nearly enough citrulline malate to do much good. The 6 grams you get in each dose of Total War is just the right amount to get that blood pumping.
Beta Alanine is clinically dosed at 3.2 g per serve. Beta alanine will give you more training endurance. It is a precursor to Carnosine, which is a proven endurance enhancer.
You get one gram of agmatine sulfate in Total War. This works alongside citrulline malate to produce great pumps during training. It will further boost nitric oxide production by activating the enzyme Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase.
Total War includes one gram of taurine, which will give you enhanced mental energy for your training. It will also reduce oxidative damage to cells that is caused by heavy training.
There are 250 mg of caffeine in every serving of Total War. Caffeine is the world’s most popular stimulant. The dosing here is quite conservative because of all the other stimulants that have been included. This means that you will not be hit by the wired, manic jitteriness that people often feel with supps that are loaded with caffeine.
The caffeine in Total War works in conjunction with a handful of other very potent stimulants to produce an amazing effect. These include yohimbine, theobromine, eria jarensis, and 2 aminoisoheptaine. This mix will allow caffeine to work more effectively
How to Take It
Total War is a powder that mixes with water. You should take one scoop (14.5 g) with water before heading to the gym.
Total War comes in three flavors:
- Blue Raspberry
- Fruit Punch
Total War is available online for $37.99. Each container yields 30 servings, which equates to a per serving price of $1.27. That price is comparative to the rest of the market, and represents good value considering the impressive ingredient list and dosage.
Total War represents an exciting new direction in training supplements. It provides 100% scientifically efficacious ingredients at the right dosages to bring real results. We believe that Redcon1 has come up with a winner in this product.