PharmaFreak was founded by two Canadians in 2008, both with a strong background in sport science and with over a decade of experience in the dietary supplements industry. Since then, the company has gone from strength to strength, building a strong following with their excellent supplements and their iconic yellow packaging. With popular products such as Test Freak, Ripped Freak and Anabolic Freak under their belt, the company’s newest release will be a reworking of their Ripped Freak Pre Workout, which will now be titled ‘Super Freak’. Let’s take a look at what Super Freak contains and how it compares with other similar products.
PharmaFreak Super Freak Highlights
- Super Concentrated Pre Workout Formula
- Support Endurance, Strength, Mental Intensity & Focus
PharmaFreak Super Freak Ingredients & Dosage
There have been scant details about the supplement in question, however we do know that the pre-workout is designed to support and enhance endurance, strength, mental intensity and focus. Whilst the previous Ripped Freak Pre Workout was a bit light on the use of stimulants, the new Super Freak is expected to include a stronger and more varied dose of stimulants and nootropic (mental performance enhancing) ingredients. Other ingredients that might appear in the supplement include beta-alanine and perhaps beet extract; a potent source of performance enhancing nitrates.
Super Freak will be available in a 205g tub which provides 40 serves of roughly 5.13g.
PharmaFreak Super Freak Pros & Effectiveness
Pharmafreak’s products have generally proved to be effective and well received even at smaller doses so it appears that the founders are adept at using ingredients which work synergistically together. The previous Ripped Freak Pre Workout was a formula which emphasised enhanced focus and energy and did so extremely well. With a potential 600mg worth of extra ingredients able to be added, Super Freak has plenty of room to add in a range of well dosed and ergogenic ingredients.
PharmaFreak Super Freak Cons
As so few details have been released about Super Freak, it’s hard to pick out any negatives. In general though, the biggest drawback of concentrated pre-workouts is that they are quite heavy on stimulant based ingredients, which restricts the use of other excellent supplements such as fat burners and fat loss proteins and also may not be advisable for those sensitive to stimulants.
PharmaFreak Super Freak Taste & Mixability
Ripped Freak Pre Workout was an average tasting pre-workout, but at such small doses, taste shouldn’t be the biggest issue. Super Freak will initially be made available in 2 flavours including Fruit Punch and Raspberry Lemonade. As we get more details on the supplement including any samples, we’ll be sure to update this section.
PharmaFreak Super Freak Verdict
PharmaFreak has had a fairly quiet 2013 with minimal releases of new products. However with increasing competition and big moves from many of the bigger brands, there’s no doubt that PharmaFreak are going to use the release of Super Freak to make a big charge into 2014 and ensure those other companies take notice. As always, as more information is released on the Super Freak, we’ll update this review accordingly.