PNI Prodigy Review

Today CJ and I published our PNI Prodigy review video.

Watch it below, but it’s long, so my summary is below:

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Our Prodigy Review Summary

I’ve broken it down below. This product is the anti-concentrate. There’s no fillers, but it’s definitely not micro dosed with some miniature scoop. Serious dosages of everything you need to get a wicked pump and powerful energy.

We did a chest workout, and did not warm up cardio because we were screwing around with the camera.


Strong, but smooth. When they say one serving, they mean it – and that goes for pumps too. This is not an underdosed stim. You have a fair amount of caffeine, but it’s topped off with theobromine and a new ingredient named OrchidLean. Not a single crash from it.

Energy Rating – 9/10 Focus Rating – 9/10 – CJ and I sometimes goof off a bit in there. Not while on Prodigy though!


PNI Prodigy Review

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This is where Prodigy truly dominates.

In that video, I got a pump from doing supersetted inclined squeeze diamond pushups, which is NOT that hard of an exercise. That was a tell-tale right there

The mix of agmatine sulfate, citrulline malate, and some plain ol’ arginine is incredible. I’m guessing there’s a pretty serious dose of citrulline in here, from everything I’ve felt. If one of those ingredients doesn’t work for you, the other two will.

Pump Rating – 9.5/10


Watermelon has a bit of the “bitter stim feel”, while blueberry is really awesome. I like it because there’s no other pre workout that’s in blueberry that I know of. Herve, who’s been logging this supplement as well, likes fruit punch better than watermelon too.


There’s a lot of beta alanine in here, and the stim is smooth. It’s tough to say, without doing this on cardio (and this is a weightlifter’s product, not really meant for cardio in my opinion), but it took some serious drop sets to get us tired on this stuff.

Overall Rating:

9.25/10. Brought down a bit by the taste and a bit by the cost…

..but at the end of the day, if you are sick of messing around with concentrates that do “this but not that”, or non-concentrates that do “that but not this”, this is what you want.

The Anti-Concentrate.

Our Workout

Talk to CJ on his facebook page to see this workout:

In short, when you work out with CJ, you are gonna deal with a lot of reps – there’s no “max rep range” – you go until you feel it, then you go a bit more. Then, when you can no longer do a full rep, you do partials.

It’s less of a numbers game, and more of a “feel” game for him. Beyond the partials, there’s also drop sets. Arm days with him are wild, to say the least.

Where to Get Prodigy

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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.

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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