Posted by John
There has been much debate as to which one's better - Jack3d or No xplode. In the article, I'll examine my personal experiences with both and give you a review.
Both a pre-workout supplements, Jack3d is created by USP Labs while No Xplode is a nitric oxide energy supplement created by BSN.
Firstly, the effects: Both No xplode and Jack3d are meant to give users more energy and perform better in workouts. Users have reported good pumps and energy using both and both have come highly recommended.
Jack3d gives users a great pump during the workouts - you can increase vascularity and energy when lifting after dosing for a short amount of time and many users feel the effects quickly.
No Xplode on the other hand, utilises BSNs patented “NO Meta-Fusion” technology which largens blood vessels, increasing blood flow to the muscles when they need it most. It sustains the muscle hardness as well by keeping the nitric oxide levels up within your system. Straight after working out, users feel incredible hardness to their muscles.
Both are generally quite similar, with users reporting equally good results from both.
Flavour wise, No Xplode comes in the following flavours:
- Lemon Lime
- Orange Citrus
- Blue Raspberry
- Fruit Punch
While Jack3d comes in the following flavours:
- Raspberry Lemonade
- Blue Raspberry
- Sour Cherry
- Grape Bubblegum
As you can see, there are a similar amount of flavours in each product so again, it's down to the individual.
The main difference with either one lies in the ingredients used to achieve the amazing energy and pump effects. A key ingredient in Jack3d is Methylhexaneamine (AKA 1,3-dimethylamylamine/DMAA/Geranamine). This ingredient has been banned by the US Anti-Doping Agency and in the news an athelete by the name of Fernando Reis was suspended for testing positive for this substance.
No Xplode achieves the same effect through the use of their “NO Meta-Fusion” technology which includes substances like caffeine and creatine which are widespread and does not contain anything which is banned by any agency. So, while the two products produce verys similar results, just to be on the safe side, I'd choose No Xplode.