Overview of Savage Roar Pre-Workout by Kai Greene and Dynamik

 

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Let’s get down to business in this Savage Roar review by first looking at the product’s background. Savage Roar is a pre-workout supplement from Dynamik Muscle. Even if you’re not familiar with the brand name—chances are you’ve heard of the founder, Kai Greene. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Dynamik Muscle Savage Roar Preworkout, Formulated by Kai Greene, 0 Artificial Colors, 0 Artificial Dyes, 0 Proprietary Blends, New Formula (30 Servings, Citrus Freeze) at Amazon.com.

Read honest and unbiased product reviews. Dynamik Muscle Savage Roar Preworkout, Formulated by Kai Greene, 0 Artificial Colors, 0 Artificial Dyes, 0 Proprietary Blends, New Formula (30 Servings, Citrus Freeze) by Dynamik Muscle 4.5 out of 5 stars 7 ratings. Dynamik Muscle is owned by one of the most savage pro bodybuilders, Kai Greene, and he wants you to be just as savage as him with Dynamik Muscle Savage Roar Pre Workout. Dynamik Muscle Savage Roar Pre Workout promises to give you untamed energy, unbending focus, and unlimited lifting potential.

Savage Roar is Untamed Energy, We all want better workouts – increased intensity, focus, strength and endurance. That is, after all, the name of the game. READY TO FEEL THE ROAR OF THE SAVAGE?!Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Savage Roar | Dynamik Muscle | Pre-Workout | Formulated By Kai Greene (Pina Colada Crash) by Dynamik Muscle at Amazon.com. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

DynamiK Muscle Savage Roar is a 30 serving pre workout product, with each single serving providing 7.093 grams of active ingredients in a 10.5 gram scoop. Due to this small serving size, DynamiK Muscle Savage Roar can be considered a concentrated stimulant pre-workout. Savage Roar brings extreme intensity, focus, strength and endurance to your workouts. Brought to you by Kai Greene’s own line, DynamiK Muscle. The next generation of pre-workout products.

Savage Roar King Kai Series Pre Workout $39.99 $49.99. Primal RoarNew Intense Pre Workout. NEW PRODUCT. NEW PRODUCT. *Statements made by Dynamik Muscle have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

Dynamik Muscle’s products is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. Stronger pre-workout called Primal Roar is on the way from Dynamik Muscle. For the past year, Kai Greene’s Dynamik Muscle has been building its King Kai Series of supplements, mostly made up of new versions of previously released products.

The line currently consists of King Kai spin-offs of the brand’s original pre-workouts Savage Roar and Gamma-Ray, the testosterone.

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  • Also I wanted to ask about the activism ingredient that’s added…acrecoline is that good for consumption…the research shows it’s not good…what’s your take on it?

  • I think Kai made a decision to not show up to the Olympia because of the new pre workout he was to start selling, if he got a bad spot in the Olympia then his sales would suck, but because of the Drama he created he gained so much more support after his tearful video so I think he made a good strategic choice! Not cool but smart!

  • can someone please explain to me how a $1000 camera can’t focus as fast as a damn cell phone video camera? you’d think with today’s technology it wouldn’t be such a damn pain.

  • I used this pre and found it solid… trained forever and found the focus good. Pump obviously wasn’t great but training for rep PR’s was a breeze. Favor of Fruit Punch was excellent. Different kind of pre than I’m used to but similar in many ways to a few on the market.

    What MJ says about hitting you hard… I can attest to that. Took it once and could NOT train due to a vehicle issue… I was ON POINT and tweaking out and tingling for about 2 hours after (maybe took too much?)

  • I’ve decided to try this I take black powder now but I’m gonna try this savage roar tomorrow. but do I just mix it with 8 to 12 oz of water

  • well just think if his first flavor was grapefruit it would of been called forceful grapefruit. and we all know the grapefruit wasn’t forceful

  • check out my savage workout
    and subscribe now for more real savage style workout,watch me go from bottom to the top with working out unlike most people who only show you the end i will be with you on your journey of building that body and you will be with me building my body.

  • I don’t get it. They recommend stacking both. But on the directions the gamma-Ray says to use in the A.M. So I workout in the afternoon. What do I do? Just take the gamma in the morning and then go to work? Ain’t that a waste of a pump? I see everyone saying to take both but the bottle says in the A.M.

  • The amount of people that don’t realize that this video supports Kai’s supplement.. It’s terrifying! Thanks Marc for letting us know that the EXTRACT is NOT dangerous.

  • Video up on my channel of a real pre-workout. I confidently believe it is the best pre workout in the world. Not some crap pre workout like this or hyphymud that bodybuilders cosign.

  • Anyone know other pre workouts without caffeine? Some of my workouts are late and I’m alittle sensitive to caffeine. Gamma looks like something I need.

  • Not enough info on that ingredient. Sounds like a load of bs, probably going to be as effective as creatine ethyl ester rofl. Thanks for the info though, but imma stick with mts products.

  • You see Tim. When a product is good there is no need to hide anything into those proprietary blends. Liked the detailed break down. Have a great 2016!!!!!!!

  • you can buy all these ingredients from nutrition stores and will last you for at less 2-3 month for decent prices. I never bought pre-workout supplement in my life I always purchase my stuff ingredients from Swanson vitamin store and makes them together.

    1. saved extra cash.
    2.the product last me more than 2 month.
    3. you can increase your dosages.
    4. saved money ��

  • Shit’s good. Not much pump on its own, so I stacked it with a gram of agmatine. I’ve had nice good workouts with this stack. Great burst energy, great sustained energy, great pump. Probably the best preworkout I’ve ever taken.

    Only complaint is that the beta alinine hits me way to hard and way too fast. It’s there in about 10 minutes after taking it, and the tingles are physically painful, then it’s gone in around 10 minutes after it hits. I’ve never had this effect with any other pre, even ones that have much much higher dosages of alinine.

  • People asking you….one more actor on an already saturated market and you panic because he has one ingredient you do not have in his products…..I bet within 6 months you use it in one of your product…

  • the problems associated with chewing beetle nut is the lime powder/paste or a caustic like sap from a native tree commonly added to strip layers off the gum to allow for faster and efficient absorption its also highly common for raw tobacco to be added which is a known to have carcinogenic properties, i used to live in asia bit late but meh if it hasnt been mentioned there ya go:)

  • It is important to know that islanders not only chew the nut but they add lye to it in order to catch that buzz. Which might have something to do with all the issues.

  • There is info on ArcoFuel™ (“Acrecoline” Hydrobromide 98%) – 3mg being a known carcinogen but I have not found anything that says that level is harmful. Anyone have more info?

  • Ehm, isn’t a review actually made AFTER testing a product? At least in Germany it is like that (the word we use says itself so)…

  • they wont throw in the NO cause he wants you to buy and stack it with the PUMP marketing 101.

    if they chucked in l arginine and agmatine sulfate increase the price an extra 5 buxx then no more 30 buxx to spend on a stack:)

  • I see some myanmar people still chewing betelnut here in my country of Singapore where almost everything is banned, I won’t touch it but it prolly isn’t any much worse than macdonalds french fries etc since it’s allowed here

  • It’s broke down too the form they need and the extract used is fine… It’s also in EWP for runeverything labs… That’s a statement from the owners I spoke. To at the olympia when we met.. I carry both products as well..

  • Everyone is freaking out about this. This synthetic extract is used in medications to treat alzheimers, as well as, in anti-depressants and has many other medical uses

  • It might be nothing to worry about but I’d rather hear information coming from a source that doesn’t have the potential to be biased.