Neogenix Velocity Ultra: Upgraded Fat Burning Workout Powder

Neogenix Velocity Ultra

Neogenix has replaced Neurosurge 3.0 and Velocity 3.0 with the brand new Velocity Ultra, a dual fat burner/pre workout supplement.

It’s been quite a while since we’ve discussed Neogenix here on the PricePlow blog. They’ve kept a low profile over the past year or so, but that looks to change. We had a feeling new supplements was coming when their existing products went on clearance at retailers.

The teaser fans got were image leaks of new labels showing brand new labels with the Ultra designator. Now, labels for the new products have been released and Neogenix loyalists can rejoice over 2 new formulations debuting.

The first product re-released from Neogenix is Velocity Ultra, a combo fat burner powder / pre workout supplement to help improve fat loss and athletic performance. This will effectively replace both Neurosurge 3.0 and Velocity 3.0.

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Velocity Ultra Ingredients

Fans of the older Neurosurge and Velocity may be somewhat surprised to see that very little of the original formulas is carried over to the new comprehensive Velocity Ultra. What’s left with is an even more potent stim ride to really crank up your energy, focus, and fat burning potential.

The kicker is this: there’s 350mg caffeine per scoop. So clearly, you’re going to need a serious stimulant tolerance to handle this.

  • Acetyl L-Carnitine (1000mg)

    Neogenix Velocity Ultra Ingredients

    Hold on to your hats everyone, Velocity Ultra is packing some serious energy with 350mg of caffeine along with 75mg of Hordenine!

    Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR) is a form of the amino acid L-Carnitine with improved bioavailability, due to the acetylation process that allows it to to easily cross the blood-brain barrier.[1]

    L-Carnitine is often supplemented, but due to poor absorption, it’s often less than optimally effective. ALCAR’s enhanced bioavailability gives it a number of benefits of regular carnitine including improved mood, reduced mental fatigue, and elevated nitric oxide (N.O.) levels.[2,3,4]

    Lastly, ALCAR works synergistically with caffeine to enhance a phenomenon known as “fatty acid dumping” in which fatty acids are excreted by the body when cells are engaged in fat burning.[5]

  • Agmatine Sulfate (500mg)

    Here at PricePlow, we’re big fans of agmatine. It’s a multi-faceted ingredients that perform a number of functions in the body.

    We’ve always considered Neogenix to be an underrated brand.

    First, agmatine is a neurotransmitter / neuromodulator in the body that prolongs nitric oxide levels in the body. Agmatine accomplishes this feat by preventing the breakdown of L-Arginine,the amino acid responsible for nitric oxide production, by inhibiting the enzyme Arginase.[6]

    Secondly, as a neuromodulator, Agmatine can also enhance cognitive abilities leading to improved memory formation and concentration.[7]

    Lastly, agmatine also exhibits some nutrient partitioning abilities, thereby enhancing the weight loss capabilities of Velocity Ultra.[8]

  • Caffeine (350mg)

    Caffeine has plenty of wonderful benefits in the right dose, if it gets too high, some exhibit adverse reactions.

    Caffeine has plenty of wonderful benefits in the right dose, if it gets too high, some exhibit adverse reactions.

    Heads up folks, we’re dealing with a serious dose of caffeine here. Fans of both Velocity and Neurosurge will notice that this dose is considerably higher than either of those products.

    Here’s the primary energy component to Velocity Ultra that is going to give you the “get up and GO” feeling that fans of Neurosurge raved about.

    If you’re remotely stim sensitive, start with a ½ scoop, but if you like high doses of caffeine, this is right up your alley.

    Why the large dose?

    We reached out to Neogenix to ask why they added 350mg caffeine here. Here was our answer:

    1. It’s a once-a-day product, which has about the same amount of caffeine as a Grande Starbucks brewed coffee (330mg listed[18]).
    2. FDA has stated that for healthy adults, caffeine intake of up to 400 mg per day is not associated with negative health impacts.[19]

    — Neogenix

  • DL-Phenylalanine (250mg)

    Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid used by the body to synthesize tyrosine. Following this conversion, tyrosine to create several important neurotransmitters in the brain including several “mood boosting” ones such as epinephrine, norepinephrine, L-Dopa.[9]

    DLPA = Good Feels

    Sometimes, DL-Phenylalanine is also used in the treatment of depression.[10] Now, we’re not saying you’re depressed, but there’s often a connection between feelings of depression and lower general health, so this may be an appropriate ingredient for some people reading this.

    Phenylalanine Structure

    Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid that the body needs to create tyrosine which then makes several “feel good” neurotransmitters.

    If you’re using a fat burner or pre workout, the point here is that the combination of this with caffeine will provide a pleasant boost in mood leaving you feeling on top of the world. DLPA reviews go anywhere from “best thing in the world” to “it feels good but nothing crazy”, so the net gain is positive either way.

    Combined with the caffeine above and the hordenine below, we’re thinking this is going to be one hell of a great feeling supplement, so long as you adjust the caffeine properly!

  • Hordenine (75mg)

    To further the fat burning benefits of Velocity Ultra, Neogenix has included Hordenine. This is one of the many bioactive alkaloids in Bitter Orange, other well known alkaloids being synephrine and octopamine.

    Hordenine is a beta-2 adrenergic agonist in the body, which means it stimulates the brain to release adrenaline and noradrenaline. This inevitably leads to increased breathing rate and heart rate.[11]

    More importantly, hordenine acts as a noradrenaline reuptake modulator which helps noradrenaline stay active longer in the body leading to greater energy, focus, and alertness.[12,13]

  • Coleus Forskohlii Extract 95% Forskolin (50mg)

    Forskolin is the active alkaloid in Coleus Forskohlii, a more “refined” version of the bulk plant extract. It’s also one of the most potent non-stim fat burning ingredients on the market.

    Forskolin is able to directly increase cAMP levels, an important cell signaling molecule that stimulates lipolysis.[14,15] Furthermore, Forskolin also helps preserve lean body mass, and potentially enhance lean mass in certain individuals, even while dieting![16,17]

    Forskolin extracts run the gamut of low to high quality, and Neogenix uses nothing but the best here. At 95% Forskolin, this should offset a majority of the nasty GI effects that lower quality Forskolin extracts can sometimes exert on individuals.

Flavors Available

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Also coming soon from Neogenix: BodyForge Ultra! Stay tuned!

Here’s another big change in store for Velocity. Whereas version 3.0 was capsule based, the Ultra Series has moved to a powdered form of delivery, which means FLAVORS!

Upon release, Velocity Ultra will be available in two flavors: Lemon Lime and Orange Citrus.


So is it a fat burner or a pre workout? It’s both, but it doesn’t need to be used for a workout in order to work!

Anyway, we recommend starting with 1/2 to 3/4 scoop, preferably pre workout. If you enjoy it and have tolerance, you can either move your dose up to one full scoop, or use the other portion of your “day’s scoop supply” to the other end of the day to spread things out.

On non workout days, this will do best before breakfast, as a coffee replacement.


Neogenix may have been dormant for the past year or so, but they’ve been quietly working behind the scenes to revamp their product lineup to make it more potent and effective than ever. We’ve always considered Neogenix to be an underrated brand.

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Aside from new labels and formulas, the new Velocity Ultra is now powder based instead of capsule based, meaning yummy flavors!

The release of the Ultra Series marks a new chapter for the small supplement company with hopefully more big things to come — next up is BodyForge Ultra!

Velocity Ultra is a unique product that looks to cover the bases as a dual fat burner and pre workout, similar to Alphamine by PES, a highly successful product. This seems to be far stronger in terms of stim content, though, and the ingredient you most likely are going to want to feel here is the DLPA.

So if you’re on the fence between fat burners and pre workout powders, this could be for you – a best of both worlds situation for those who want to have a high-intensity workout, yet still keep the fat burning ingredients around.

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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 a biohacker with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several "n=1" 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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