GAT or German American Technologies has long been known as one of the key pioneers of the supplement industry with a range of some of the most popular supplements including Muscle Martini, JetFuel and NitraFlex. One of their newest supplements to join the line is the pre workout powder known as GAT PMP.
GAT PMP Highlights
- Three matrix formula featuring popular ingredients such as citrulline, beta alanine, agmatine and caffeine
- Waves of effect from energy to focus to pump
- Eays to mix and fast acting
- Smooth energy and massive, blood rush to the muscles
GAT PMP Review & Ingredients
GAT’s new PMP is a semi proprietary blend supplement which feature 4 different matrices of ingredients. These include:
- NO Enhancers Matrix (3.125g) – Beta Alanine (Carnosyn), L-Arginine Malate, L-Citrulline, L-Citrulline Malate and L-Norvaline.
- Pump Accelerators Matrix (900mg) – Agmatime Sulfate, Glycerol Monostearate, L-Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate, Calcium Lactate
- PMP Focus & Cognition Modulators Matrix (700mg) – N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine, L-Theanine
- PMP Energetics Matrix (525mg) – Caffeine Anhydrous, Acetyl L-Carnitine HCL
All other ingredients include flavouring and mixing agents. Each 255g tub comes with 30 serves of 8.5g. GAT PMP is also available in a caffeine free version, which is exactly the same formula minus the caffeine.
GAT PMP Benefits, Pros & Effectiveness
The new pre workout PMP from GAT is a fairly stock standard formula containing some of the more common and popular ingredients you would expect to find in a pre workout. The inclusion of beta alanine, citrulline, agmatine, and caffeine are all staples of many other pre workouts, so you know you’re getting a strong, solid base. In addition, other common ingredients such as arginine compounds, glycerol, tyrosine, theanine and acetyl l-carnitine round out the formula.
All in all, there’s nothing too surprising about the types of ingredients you’re getting in PMP, however it works. Whether you take 1 or 2 scoops, trainers can expect a decent energy and motivation boost along with a good pump. What’s interesting is that you feel all these effects in waves, which should perfectly align with your training. The supplement is decent strength and should please beginner trainers and those who are more advanced.
GAT PMP Negatives & Cons
GAT PMP is a very specialised pre workout, which is really its only negative. If you’re looking for a good pump supplement, this is one of the best. As previously mentioned, PMP also does a good job supporting energy levels and focus and concentration. If you’re looking for a pre workout to help support endurance though, it’s probably not going to do a whole lot. The other issue is probably the low dose of the NO Enhancers matrix. Citrulline itself should be dosed at around 4-6g for serious effect. Taking two scoops of PMP is also not the best option since it contains some serious amounts of caffeine per scoop.
GAT PMP Flavours, Taste & Mixability
GAT PMP comes in two flavours; Berry Blast and Raspberry Lemonade. It also comes in Blue Raspberry in the stimulant free version. All variations mix extremely well and with minimal shaking/stirring required. It does froth up slightly, but this dissipates after a short period of time. Taste wise, the GAT PMP is easy to drink but slightly artificial in its taste. Nothing unpleasant though.
GAT PMP Verdict
GAT’s new PMP pre workout complex is a respectable pump and energy supplement which does its job. Trainers aren’t going to be disappointed if they’re after something to boost their energy levels, motivation, focus and pump. Having said though, it doesn’t really stand out among the buzz of the many, many pre workouts already out on the market. It works, but a pre workout can’t just “work” anymore for it to make a mark. Perhaps we’ve become a lot more critical and expect too much. Having said that though, GAT PMP is one of the better pre workouts we’ve seen released in recent time and will definitely do the job.