Altius Pre-Workout by Jacked Factory: Go Strong All Day Long

Jacked Factory Altius

Jacked Factory’s Altius is a newpre-workout that is a contender for Greatest of All-Time!

Jacked Factory released Altius earlier this year, and it takes the phrase “clinically dosed” and knocks it out of the park!

Few companies have tried to formulate a pre-workout (or any other supplement for that matter) with the full dosages needed to reap the benefits of the ingredients included in it. Altius grabs the bull by the horns and gets down to business.

However, Altius is currently only available through Amazon (shipped free via Amazon Prime), but it kept coming up over and over when on the site, so we just had to find out more about it!

We got our hands on a tub of this behemoth, and once we’ve run it completely, we’ll be back with a full detailed review. But first, we’re going to take you step by step through this amalgamation of ingredients and answer the question, is this the greatest pre-workout of all-time?!

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Altius’ Ingredients:

The ingredients amassed in Altius are included not to deliver on hype, they’re in there to deliver RESULTS!

Jacked Factory Altius Ingredients

Altius has a completely open label using ONLY scientifically proven ingredients fully dosed to ensure maximum potency.

Each ingredient included is backed by scientific research and serves a distinct purpose to allow you to push the greatest machine ever created, the human body, to its absolute limits.

What we’re presented with is a completely open label with no proprietary blends, artificial dyes or sweeteners, just all natural ingredients that will take your workout from ordinary to extraordinary.But enough messing around let’s look at each ingredient!

  • L-Citrulline Malate 2:1 (8g)

    Kicking off this cavalcade of components is a full 8g dose of citrulline malate.L-Arginine used to be the golden boy in the bodybuilding world for the much sough after “pump.”Citrulline Malate is absorbed much better than L-Arginine and raises blood levels of arginine in the body better than supplementing with L-Arginine.[1]This translates into higher nitric oxide (NO) production in the body increasing blood flow to the muscles and yielding a significantly bigger PUMP!

    Also, citrulline malate acts as a buffer in the body removing lactic acid and ammonia build up which increases your endurance and ATP production.[2,3,4,5] All of this adds up to better energy production and increased workout performance…and we’re just get started!

  • Beta-Alanine (3.2g)

    Over the last decade, Beta-Alanine has become a staple ingredient in every lifter’s arsenal. Why is this?

    Once ingested, beta-alanine binds to histidine and becomes carnosine.[8] This acts as a buffer in your muscles to lactic acid accumulation.

    That’s not all though, BA provides a number of benefits for the body including:

    • Increased Strength[6]
    • Increased Endurance[9]
    • Delay onset of fatigue[7]
    • Higher power output[9]
    • Boost muscle growth[8]

    The recommended dosage of BA is 3.2g, which just so happens to be the exact amount present in Altius. Now, some people might experience the dreaded “tingles” (paresthesia),with this much BA at once, but once your body is saturated with beta-alanine.

    Yes, this may annoy some of you, but how many of you actually take a second dose of beta alanine on the other half of the day when your pre workout has only 1.6g?Very few.

    So while it might annoy a fraction of you, it’s by far the easiest way to get the FULLY studied benefits of BA and be done with it.

  • Creatine Monohydrate (3g)

    If there’s one, and only, one supplement that is a “must” for any trainee, it’s creatine.Proven again and again, over the course of hundreds of research studies, creatine supplementation leads to:

    • Increased Power and Strength[10,11]
    • Lean Mass Gains[12,13]
    • Decreased Fatigue[14]
    • Reduced Soreness and Muscle Damage[15,16]

    Now, creatine monohydrate isn’t the newest or trendiest form of creatine, but it is the only one proven to exhibit all of the previously mentioned benefits.There’s no need to find a fancier form, stick to what works and await the gainz!

  • Betaine Anhydrous (2.5g)

    Altius Pre Workout

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    After falling by the wayside for much of the past decade, betaine anhydrous (trimethylglycine) experience a huge rebirth in 2014 and looks like it is here to stay.This couldn’t make us any happier! Betaine anhydrous has shown repeatedly in clinical studies to:

    • Increase power output[17]
    • Reduce soreness[18]
    • Increase endurance[19]
    • Support creatine production in the body[20]
    • Boost muscle protein synthesis[21]

    The dosage included in Altius is 2.5g, which just so happens to be the exact dosage used in the clinical studies to exhibit all of the benefits attributed to betaine.

    So far, Jacked Factory is batting 1.000 with proven ingredient in efficacious doses.Let’s see what else they have in store for us!

  • Caffeine Anhydrous (325mg)

    Still don’t think Altius is a true one-scooper? Take a look at the amount of caffeine in one scoop…325mg! Unless you have a serious coffee addiction, this amount of caffeine with definitely “put a little pep in in your step” and have you energized, charged and ready to rip phone books in half.

    In addition to being a powerful stimulant, caffeine enhances mood, strength, endurance, and focus.

    While this amount of caffeine may be hitting the sweet spot for some of us, other that are more stim-sensitive may shy away from a full scoop and use ½-¾ scoop. Just know that you won’t be getting full doses of all the other ergogenics Altius has to offer.

  • Alpha-GPC (150mg)

    Choline supplements have regularly been turned to improve focus and mental cognition. Of the several different types available in supplement form (choline bitartrate, CDP-choline, etc.)

    Alpha-GPC has shown to be the most effective form for the body.Studies have shown supplementation with Alpha-GPC not only improves focus and mood, but enhances the all-too-important “mind-muscle connection” allowing you to feel the “squeeze” in your muscles and get the most out of each and every rep.So if you’re worried about being too “jacked up” or jittery from the huge caffeine dose, Alpha-GPC will take that energy and turn it into laser-focused, tunnel vision.You’ll be “in the zone” like never before!

    Alpha-GPC is so much more than a potent nootropic though.It also boosts power output, increases endurance and post-workout Growth Hormone (GH) level![26,27,28]

    Note: The Alpha-GPC grade or “strength” here is not disclosed. Is this ingredient 150mg of actual Alpha GPC, or 150mg of 50% Alpha GPC (thus making it 125mg). Confirm with the manufacturer if concerned, and we will update this post if there is clarification.

  • BioPerine (5mg)

    Ok, so we have a cocktail of proven pre-workout supplements that we’re ready to guzzle down before the workout, but are we sure the body is absorbing all of these goodies?Fear not! Jacked Factory included this black pepper extract because it enhances the absorption and utilization of certain nutrients (by preventing their early breakdown in your system).

    BioPerine is the trademarked brand that is most popular – they guarantee at least 95% piperine. No cutting corners for Jacked Factory here either, only the best was included to assume maximum nutrient uptake.

Altius Pre Workout Review

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Available Flavors

Currently, Altius is only available through Amazon (if you have Amazon Prime you can get fast 2-day shipping) and comes in one flavor: Mixed Berry Blast and retails for $39.99.

Naturally Flavored and Colored

The cool thing about this is that it’s completely naturally sweetened (using stevia) as well as naturally colored (a dash of beet root extract). We’re all for this when it doesn’t taste bad – and ALTIUS has a very pleasant taste. The color comes out pink… which is fine by us – the less nonsense and the more quality ingredients, the better!

Regarding the Altius Dosage

As mentioned, the 325mg caffeine is going to be your driving force. If you like the stims and pumps both strong and hard, a scoop is going to do you well. But if that’s a bit much for you, save yourself some money and move down to ½ or ¾ scoop, and add a couple grams of bulk creatine in later in the day.

To Conclude Our Pre-Review:

Altius is a no-nonsense, fully loaded pre-workout that is a true “one scooper.” Jacked Factory included the max doses of only proven, scientifically researched ingredients to ensure you have the greatest workout possible.

This is a must try supplement of 2015 and you would be short-changing yourself and your workouts if you pass this one by. This is going to get extremely strong consideration for our Best Pre Workouts list once the tub is done.

Be sure to sign up for alerts here on PricePlow. We’ll have more information (and our full ALTIUS pre workout review!) on Altius as soon as we finish putting it through the paces. We guarantee we’ll have the best possible prices and sales when you’re ready to take the leap and find out what a real pre-workout can do!

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About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is an n=1 diet experimenter with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several experiments done on himself while sharing lab tests.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public. Mike is currently experimenting with a low Vitamin A diet.

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