Arnold Iron Pump Reviews
Muscle Pharm has been at the top of its game in releasing new bodybuilding supplements, and now it’s coming out with the Arnold Schwarzenegger series, including the exclusive Arnold Iron Pump.
Arnold Iron Pump was formulated with the help of Arnold himself, along with the Muscle Pharm scientific team. Arnold’s never attached himself to a sports nutrition company before, so do his endorsements pay off? Let’s take a closer look at this new muscle-building supplement.
Inside a Container of Arnold Iron Pump
Arnold Iron Pump has a solid lineup of pre-workout ingredients. Unfortunately, many are part of a blend, and the dosages are not revealed. Nevertheless, let’s look at a few key players in the ingredient profile:
Vitamin B12 (25 mcg). Vitamin B12 is crucial for the proper functioning of the brain, nerves, and blood cells. Deprivation of vitamin B12 impairs exercise performance.  Arnold Iron Pump has 417% of the daily value, although excessive use has low toxicity potential. 
Glycine. The amino acid glycine is a precursor to protein, the building block of muscle. Interestingly, its involvement in the brain’s chemical signals has caused scientists to conjecture it improves memory. Side effects are rare but may include nausea and drowsiness. 
Agmatine Sulfate. Agmatine is a safe, efficacious treatment for alleviating pain in lumbar disc-associated radiculopathy.  It also regulates nitric oxide production to increase vascularity.  A form of arginine, it might cause similar side effects, like abdominal pain and diarrhea. 
Is Arnold Iron Pump a Good Value?
The price has not yet been released for Arnold Iron Pump. As it’s a new supplement promoted by a famous bodybuilder, we doubt it will be cheap. But, will it be worth the price?
As there are no customer reviews yet, it’s hard to say if Arnold Iron Pump works for all the non-Arnolds out there. Check back around late September for more information on Arnold Iron Pump.
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