Final Call - Extreme Stim Pre-Workout (30 Servings)

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ATTENTION: THE PRODUCT OFFERED IS INTENDED FOR LABORATORY RESEARCH USE ONLY. 

Final Call Ingredients 

Beta Alanine – 3,200 mg

This is the standard dosage for beta alanine, which, taken consistently, has been shown to improve muscular endurance by acting as a lactic acid buffer in muscles. This is the ingredient that gives you the “tingles.” They usually start about 7-10 minutes after you consume it and last for 30-40 minutes.

Agmatine Sulfate – 1,500 mg per serving 

Agmatine is included as a “pump” ingredient, but research is more limited on this ingredient vs. the classic L-Citrulline. This is within the range you’d typically see in a pre-workout supplement with Agmatine Sulfate which occasionally ranges between 500 mg and 1,500 mg, putting Final Call in the upper-end of the range. 

Alpha GPC – 600 mg

Alpha GPC is a cholinergic compound that is produced within the body. It is used for enhancing cognition and increasing power output. It’s usually a 50% yield of actual GPC.

For athletic purposes, doses tend to range from 300 mg to 600 mg. Doses for reducing the effects of cognitive decline are much higher, around 1,200 mg per day.

L-Norvaline – 500 mg

L-Norvaline is a unique amino acid and a form of the BCAA valine. It is an arginase inhibitor, which means that it helps prevent the breakdown of arginine in the body. This makes the nitric oxide production of citrulline more effective.

Some sources suggest that a common dose of L-norvaline is between 100 mg and 200 mg or even up to 400 mg, but I am not sure how well supported this claim is (source, source). So at 500 mg, it’s well above in comparison to similar products with L-Norvaline.

Caffeine – 300 mg  

The Grand-Daddy of stimulant supplements. One of the most studied sports compounds. 300 mg is roughly the average for pre-workout supplements, but it was smooth-sailing with this. 

1,3-dimethylamylamine – 115 mg

1,3-dimethylamylamine, aka DMAA, is a stimulant that induces feelings of energy, euphoria, and motivation in its users. After coming under scrutiny from the FDA around 2015, there were a few years where DMAA disappeared from pre workouts. 115 mg is a fairly high dosage.

I’ve taken quite a bit of DMAA pre-workouts before and this felt more akin to 60-70 mg. The effects were still there, though.

Hordenine – 10 mg

Hordenine (N,N-dimethyltyramine) is a stimulant that is often included in recent “nootropic” products. It is not widely researched, so much of the information available comes from anecdotal accounts. Typically dosed between 10 mg and upwards of 150 mg, the 50 mg is still in the range. There is one study that shows that Hordenine is an MAO (monoamine oxidase) inhibitor which may lengthen the feeling of energy and mood elevation.

Isopropylnorshynephrine – 30 mg

Isopropylnorsynephrine is a lipolytic agent, meaning it helps break down fat into glycerol (energy). It is a “fat burner.” It may also possess energizing effects and is considered stronger than synephrine (bitter orange extract).

There is not a lot of research around dosage, but 30 mg should be enough to get you going.

Juniper Berry – 30 mg

Juniper Berry is included to help increase the effectiveness and absorption of stimulants in the body. It is not an exceptionally well researched ingredient and I am not aware of any dosage guidelines for this ingredient.

Ephedra Extract – 25 mg

Ephedra, also known as ma huang, combined with 1,3 DMAA, is arguably the most enticing and provocative ingredient in Final Call.

This is because it can contain ephedrine alkaloids, which were banned by the FDA in April 2004 due to adverse health effects associated with ingestion. These side effects include high blood pressure, heart palpitations, fatal arrhythmia, and others.

It is unlikely that Final Call contains these ephedrine alkaloids. We cannot say for sure, though. Most ephedra fat burners remove the ephedrine alkaloids during the manufacturing process to stay within FDA guidelines.

After the ruling by the FDA, supplement manufacturers began removing the ephedrine alkaloids from the ephedra extract, leaving the remaining compounds.

Here’s what else is in ephedra extract other than ephedrine alkaloids:

  • epicatechins
  • polyphenols
  • catechins
  • ephedrans (glycans)
  • tannins

Statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Information provided by this website or this company is not a substitute for individual medical advice.

Customer Reviews

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Jasper
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Definitely on the stronger side of preworkouts. The energy and focus were up there but nothing super crazy. I felt the alpha-GPC and caffeine kick in right away but failed to notice the 1,3 Dim in there.

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Chelsea
Thank you!

Just received this I love it and I really appreciated the thank you note inside from Charlie! Thank you so much so kind!

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Jasper
Strongish

Definitely on the stronger side of preworkouts. The energy and focus were up there but nothing super crazy. I felt the alpha-GPC and caffeine kick in right away but failed to notice the 1,3 Dim in there.

C
Chelsea
Thank you!

Just received this I love it and I really appreciated the thank you note inside from Charlie! Thank you so much so kind!