Arnold Iron Pump Review
“I’ll be back,” said Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character in The Terminator. Now, Arnold is back, featured alongside a new line of muscle-building supplements.
One of the most notable of these is Arnold Iron Pump, a new pre-workout muscle formula from Muscle Pharm.
But, does this supplement deserve the endorsement of one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time? Let’s look closer to find out.
Arnold Iron Pump: Under the Bottle
Arnold Iron Pump is comprised of vitamins and minerals, plus 2 proprietary blends of pre-workout ingredients. Here is a taste of what you’ll experience from taking Arnold Iron Pump:
Vitamin B6 (15 mg). Vitamin B6 is considered important for athletes due to its effect on exercise metabolism.  While Arnold Iron Pump contains 750% of the daily value for vitamin B6, the recommended maximum daily intake is 100 mg, so it shouldn’t be dangerous. However, vitamin B6 does cause nausea, vomiting, headache, and other side effects in some users. 
Niacin (60 mg). Niacin aids the proper function of fats and sugars in the body and is often prescribed to lower cholesterol. It improves circulation, and some believe it promotes vascularity. It could cause a flushing reaction, stomach upset, dizziness, and other side effects. The maximum daily dose for adults is 35 mg, and the dosage in Arnold Iron Pump exceeds this amount. 
Tyrosine. Tyrosine affects chemical messengers in the brain, improving mental alertness. In one rodent study, tyrosine improved food consumption, cognitive behavior, and exercise performance. Tyrosine is likely safe in doses up to 150 mg/kg per day for up to 3 months but could cause nausea, headache, fatigue, heartburn, and joint pain.  As one of 4 ingredients in a 2051 mg blend, there’s probably more in Arnold Iron Pump than recommended.
Who Makes Arnold Iron Pump?
Arnold Iron Pump is made by Muscle Pharm, a popular supplement company according to bodybuilding hotspot Bodybuilding.com. Most of the company’s supplements are rated between an 8 and 9 out of 10 on Bodybuilding.com, and the company has also been nominated for 17 supplement awards for the website.
Should You Buy Arnold Iron Pump?
As it has not yet been released, there’s a lot we don’t know about Arnold Iron Pump. It would be nice to see customer reviews to tell if it is effective and whether it causes side effects.
We await the release of Arnold Iron Pump in late September to find out more information.
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