BPN Flight: The Bare Performance Pre Workout

BPN Flight

Bare Performance Nutrition is a fast-growing brand from Texas looking to soar with its clinically dosed pre workout, Flight.

Bare Performance Nutrition (BPN) is a local Texas-grown supplement company headed by brothers Nick and Preston Bare.

The brothers (who have quite a nice YouTube presence) have made it their mission to take the supplement industry by storm with well-dosed, transparently-labeled formulas, something we’re always in favor of here at PricePlow.

For BPN’s debut on PricePlow, we decided to take off with the brand’s flagship product, simply known as Flight. This one is bringing the goods (as you’ll see in our review below) as well as a solid dose of the tingles for endurance!

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Flight Ingredients

Flight contains full doses of some of the most proven and popular ergogenics and nootropics that makes for a well-formulated pre workout.

  • Beta Alanine (3.2g)

    BPN Flight Ingredients

    Flight is bringing some solid doses to the party for a high energy pre workout that also enhances performance.

    The well-known tingle-inducing, endurance boosting amino acid, beta alanine leads of Flight with a full 3.2g clinical dose. Fair warning up front, if you’re not used to using beta alanine, you WILL feel the tingles here folks.

    As for effects, beta alanine increases muscle concentrations of carnosine, a powerful intracellular buffer that removes metabolic waste products, such as lactic acid, that accumulate in skeletal muscle tissue during exercise. With more carnosine, your buffering capacity increases allowing you to last longer while training before succumbing to fatigue.[1,2]

  • Betaine Anhydrous (1.5g)

    Another proven commodity, betaine is a derivative of choline that functions as both an osmolyte and methyl donor in the body. Betaine enhances cellular hydration (similar to creatine) and is vital to the methylation of homocysteine. Following methylation, homocysteine is converted into methionine (one of the 9 essential amino acids), which is vital to creatine production.

    Basically without methionine, your body can’t produce enough creatine. Due to this, creatine and betaine form a synergistic relationship, increasing endogenous production of the natty muscle builder, resulting in greater size, strength, and power.[3,4]

    Note that the clinical dose in studies was at 2.5g per day, so if you’re trying to squeeze out every last drop of gains, you can add a bit more betaine or find an intra workout or post-workout with it.

  • N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine (1.5g)

    N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine Plasma Increases

    As you can see here, in a study comparing Tyrosine (squares) and N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine (circles), NALT is inferior to other forms of tyrosine.

    Tyrosine is a nonessential amino acid and serves as a precursor for the production of several potent catecholamines in the body, primarily Dopamine, Noradrenaline (Norepinephrine), and Adrenaline (Epinephrine).

    N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine (NALT) is a more water-soluble form of Tyrosine which is believed to be superior to regular L-Tyrosine, but as we’ve explained previously in our mega-post L-Tyrosine vs. N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine: A Tale of Two Tyrosines, it doesn’t raise tyrosine levels in the body quite as well as standard L-Tyrosine does, despite the improved solubility.[5]

    Our take, the 1.5g dose if extremely respectable, but it’d be cheaper (and more effective) to go with 1.5g of regular L-Tyrosine. But either way, you’re probably going to feel it!

  • Agmatine Sulfate (1g)

    A dual neurotransmitter / neuromodulator and nitric oxide booster, Agmatine is included in Flight at a solid full gram. Agmatine promotes unrestricted nitric oxide production via arginase inhibition, making for some dense, long-lasting pumps.[6] As a neurotransmitter / neuromodulator, it also reduces pain (allowing you to train harder and longer) and boosts focus.[7]

  • Caffeine (300mg)

    The backbone of all great pre workouts, caffeine provides the giddy-up you need to bust ass in the gym day in and day out. The Bare Boys aren’t messing around here, and giving a robust 300mg dose of caffeine per serving which provides plenty of energy, drive, and intensity to hit the ground with your feet running.

  • L-Norvaline (200mg)

    BPN Flight Stack

    For the ultimate training session, stack BPN Flight alongside the stim-free Endo Pump and intra workout Intra Flight.

    Another potent arginase inhibitor is the Valine derivative, L-Norvaline. The combination of L-Norvaline and Agmatine effectively shuts arginase activity off for good and makes for steady, unimpeded nitric oxide production that will give optimal blood flow, increased vascularity, and long-lasting pumps.

  • Huperzine A (200mcg)

    To sustain focus throughout your Flight, the brothers have included a sizeable 200mcg dose of huperzine A. This powerful nootropic enhances acetylcholine levels in the body via acetylcholinesterase inhibition. Halting this enzymatic activity indirectly boosts levels of the highly important “learning” neurotransmitter and promotes greater focus and a strong mind-muscle connection.

    Supplements with this dose of Huperzine A seem to have a lot more zip to them.

Our Flight Review

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Flavors Available

If you’ve seen any of our YouTube reviews, you’re well aware that BPN has it down when it comes to flavoring supplements properly. We’ve tried the Pina Colada flavor of Flight, and it’s downright delicious.

BPN Flight Sand

Take your performance to new heights with BPN Flight.

In total, there are three flavors to choose from:

  • Orange

  • Blue Razz

  • Pina Colada


BPN is young, hungry, and catching on fast with knowledgeable supplement consumers — all indicators for a successful company in the making. Flight is a well-dosed, straightforward pre workout that delivers what you need, when you need it.

Looks like we’ll have to see what else the Bare Brothers have brewing behind the scenes – these Texas boys are on to something big!!

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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.

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