SPs Precursor Review
Science Powered Supplements has released a new preworkout formula called SPs Precursor. The supplement is currently being sold at GNC stores across the country and promises to boost muscle carnosine in order to maximize strength gains.
Find out everything you need to know about SPs Precursor today in our review.
What is SPs Precursor?
Precursor is a new preworkout formula made by a supplement company called Science Powered Supplements.
The preworkout formula is being prominently advertised at GNC stores across America. You can also order a sample online.
Precursor promises to be different than other preworkout formulas. It claims that you can “cheat your way to better gains and raw muscle-building with a patented super ingredient” called CarnoSyn.
CarnoSyn targets your body’s carnosine levels. Raising carnosine levels protects your muscles during exertion, which means you can last longer at the gym.
Precursor is sold in a 30 serving package. It comes in the form of a powder and there are a total of 222 grams in each package. You mix it with water and take it 15 to 30 minutes prior to your workout.
Benefits of SPs Precursor?
Precursor claims to offer three primary benefits:
— Bigger Pumps, More Power, And Increased Athletic Performance
— Higher ATP (also Known As Cellular Energy) Levels
— Improved Rest And Recovery
How Does SPs Precursor Work?
Precursor claims to be different than any other preworkout on the market today. It claims to use a patented formula called CarnoSyn to target certain muscle-boosting chemical compounds within your body.
Specifically, CarnoSyn targets your body’s natural stores of beta-alanine. Beta-alanine is your body’s precursor to carnosine: it becomes carnosine after it joins up with an amino acid called histidine through a peptide bond.
When your body raises its carnosine levels, your muscles become better protected by “neutralizing hydronium ions.” When these ions aren’t neutralized, it can cause fatigue or failure.
Science Powered Supplements claims that CarnoSyn is “backed by 20 scientific studies and 21 global patents.” It’s found in a highly concentrated form in every scoop of Precursor.
In addition to CarnoSyn, Precursor has other ingredients designed to maximize athletic performance. You’ll find those ingredients listed below.
SPs Precursor Ingredients
— L-Citrulline Malate: This natural compound relaxes blood vessels, allowing more blood to flow to the muscles during athletic exertion.
— Beta-Alanine: Beta-Alanine comes in the form of CarnoSyn, the patented “bio-friendly” form of the compound. It’s thought to act as a buffer, delaying the onset of muscle fatigue and failure during intense athletic performance.
— L-Tyrosine: L-Tyrosine is used in the synthesis of structural proteins. It’s also thought to enhance cognitive focus because it’s used in the production of neurotransmitters.
— elevATP: This is a trademarked formula which combines fossilized plants (seriously) and apple extract to stimulate the body’s natural production of ATP.
As you can see, there’s no caffeine here. Unlike many other preworkout supplements, Precursor is actually caffeine free.
How to Use SPs Precursor
Here’s the simple instructions for using Precursor as a preworkout supplement:
Take Precursor with water 15 to 30 minutes before your daily workouts
Then, the Precursor formula will begin to “increase your focus, energy, pumps, size, and strength.”
How to Buy SPs Precursor
You can buy Precursor from any GNC store across the country. Alternatively, you can buy it online from the official Science Powered Supplements store. Online, you can order a 14 day sample of Precursor.
That 14 day sample isn’t totally free: it costs $4.99 for shipping and handling. After entering your credit card information online, you’ll receive a two week sample with 12 doses of Precursor. That sample will ship within 24 to 48 hours.
Your credit card is only charged $4.99 on the first day. You can pay online using VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover.
However, this is where things get a bit complicated: Science Powered Supplements has hid some crucial information in the fine print on the billing page. That information says the following:
“You have no obligation to buy anything in the future as long as you call to cancel the autoship program within 18 days after you place your order. If you do not cancel before then, you will be enrolled in our autoship program and, as part of the program, we will automatically send you a fresh one-month supply of Precursor beginning in 18 days and every 30 days thereafter for just $64.99 plus $4.99 shipping and handling per supply, charged each month to the card you provide today.”
That’s right: if you don’t call to cancel, Science Powered Supplements will just assume that you want your credit card to be charged $70 every month for one 30-serving package of preworkout powder.
Anyways, if you don’t like your Precursor preworkout powder, you’ll need to call the company to cancel within 18 days of purchasing your trial (not the day you actually receive your trial). Otherwise, your credit card bill is going to have a nasty surprise on it.
You can call Science Powered Supplements to cancel anytime by calling 1-800-206-4071.
Who Should Use SPs Precursor?
Precursor is a new preworkout supplement which is heavily advertising the fact that it could be illegal at some point in the future: “Get Precursor while you still can.”
The preworkout claims to boost muscle carnosine levels. That’s a fancy way of saying that Precursor raises beta-alanine levels – something that a lot of preworkout supplements do.
The preworkout is expensive compared to its competitor. It costs about the same as 45-serving packs of Cellucor C4, for example.
That price becomes much higher if you’re lured into the autoship program at the official Science Powered Supplements website, in which case you’ll be charged the “member price” (which is the highest price, for some reason?) every single month until you cancel.
The best way to buy Precursor is to buy it as a GNC member. Precursor is being sold at GNC stores across the country for the member price of $49.99.
If you’re looking for a good preworkout supplement which contains no caffeine, then Precursor might be it. However, if your body is already synthesizing enough beta-alanine, then you’re not going to experience the full benefits of Precursor. That’s why early reviews for Precursor have been mixed.