Chaos And Pain Titan Pre Workout Review

Chaos And Pain Titan Pre Workout Review

Chaos and Pain are known worldwide for their hardcore supplements and deathly packaging. When the owners of Chaos and Pain wanted to produce a pre workout supplement aimed at everyone, not just the core hardcore market, the created the Olympus Series which is headlined by the pre workout Titan. Don't let it's silence be confused with respect, this pre workout still packs a punch renowned with the Chaos and Pain brand.

Chaos and Pain Titan Pre Workout

As per the above image, you can see Chaos and Pain have still loaded the Olympus Series Titan Pre Workout supplement with 15g of ingredients. A clinical dosage of Beta Alanine for endurance has been coupled with 6g of pump ingredients blended evenly between Citrulline Malate, Arginine and Creatine Monohydrate. Taurine is there to control cortisol levels and assist with the stimulant intake. COP or Creatinal-O-Phosphate is a form of creatine that is easy to absorb and has been clinically proven to increase time under tension of working muscles. If your muscles work longer with more weight, they will adapt by growing and getting stronger! Glucoronolactone was added to make sure that the benefits from all of the stimulants in every scoop of Titan last even LONGER!! But that’s not all…. Yerba Mate was added to give a smooth, controlled energy burst with a hint of fat burning on the side. In between those you have the staple of stimulant ingredients Caffeine Anhydrous to give you that energy to crush your workout. Is there anything that works like Ephedra? Yes! Halostachine is a beta adrenergic receptor agonists, just like Ephedra. When the beta receptors are stimulated, caffeine and Theobromine tend to have an ENHANCED effect.


Chaos and Pain Titan Pre Workout hits you hard. Period. On paper comparing it to Cannibal Ferox and Cannibal Riot you would be forgiven for thinking this was the little brother but don't underestimate Titan Pre Workout. 5 minutes after taking Titan the Beta Alanine sets in the tingles start as well as a controlled but noticeable increase in energy. The blood starts hitting the muscles about 15 minutes into the workout and the pump is definitely present. Where we believe Titan takes over is the second oncoming of energy after about 30-40 minutes where the Glucoronolactone really shines. You're halfway through your workout and killing reps and you get this brilliant onset of energy you felt when you first take Titan which just keeps you fired up to keep smashing your workout. All this time the Yerba Mate has you hot AF and the sweat is dripping driving the fat straight to be used as fuel to keep going. Without a doubt, Titan enhances your workout for a good 1.5 hours and there is no come down or severe drop off in energy making you feel lethargic.


This section makes me excited as I can tell you Titan Pre Workout is absolutely delicious. It comes in 4 flavours - Watermelon ( I am not a watermelon flavoured supps person), Peach Mango, Bombsicle (cotton candy) and Lemon and Lime. My personal favourite is a tie between Bombsicle and Lemon and Lime. The flavour profiles are amazing with good variety for choice, the powder mixes perfectly in minimal water and Titan Pre Workout is a treat to drink.


Chaos and Pain Olympus Series Titan is priced at $59.95 and is 25 serves. The price point works out to just over $2 a serve but in comparison to popular pre workouts in the same price area it shines above, especially with the ability to produce the long lasting energy.


When we landed Chaos And Pain, Titan Pre Workout was probably the least of my anticipated products. The profile looked solid but didn't carry the excitement of Ferox or Riot. My thoughts quickly changed after using Titan for a month and it now sits up on the same pedestal as the other products and being cheaper and more flavour options has quickly become a go to product for many customers. A solid pre workout, high energy, solid pumps and great endurance all coupled with a solid price point.




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