Review: Bulk Powders Extreme NOX V3 Preworkout (Wild Berry)

I just found this review in my drafts. Not sure why I never posted it! The ingredients and formula for NOX V3 might have changed since I wrote this several months ago.


I received a sample of Extreme NOX V3 through the Bulk Powders Facebook promo and got such a kick from it I bought the actual product. I am a big fan of Bulk Powders and still use their WPI, however since Extreme NOX V3, I’ve moved on to a different pre workout.

Taste: Great. Not as “chemically” tasting as some other brands I’ve tried and the actual wild berry flavour was pretty nice. Tasted a bit like berry ice tea and not like a preworkout at all.

Effectiveness: When I first started taking NOX v3, I only had to take one scoop to get a good pump/kick from it. I seemed to build up a tolerance to it pretty quickly though and for most of my time using it, had to add extra to feel like it was doing anything at all.

Mixability: Good – only small bit left at the end if any at all. The “suggested use” instructions say to use 250ml of water, but I generally use about 400ml in my SmartShaker.

Other Points: Once I was used to the product, I added in some Dynamatize Creatine Monohydrate. The chunks mentioned in mixability weren’t from this.

Overall score: 6.5/10 . I loved Extreme NOX V3 when I first starting taking it but the effects wore off pretty quickly and it felt somewhat useless by the end of the packet.


About cassiedawson

Cassandra (preferably Cassie) Dawson, from Newcastle, Australia.

Posted on January 14, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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