Total War Pre-Workout Review

 Total War Pre Workout wants to be your combat companion in the fight against fat and weakness. With high-quality pumps and energy components, you don’t have to worry about losing ammo while playing heavy objects. The only tip we have for it is the addition of some ingredients.

Anyway, Total War Pre Workout is definitely an elite in the pre-workout industry and I’m glad to be here.


Training muscles and burning fat are two things you want to do when exercising. But that’s not always easy. Sometimes going to the gym is like fighting weakness, laziness, and body fat.

This is exactly the same as the people at REDCON1 used to formulate the Total War Pre Workout.

Total War Pre Workout wants to fight you while fighting over hordes of fat and muscle weakness. However, many pre-training promises the same.

Is Total War Pre Workout a real deal, or just another purpose for a busy industry? Read on to find out.

Who makes it?

Total War Pre Workout is created by REDCON1. The company describes it as a mission-based company that was founded on simple principles. We create the highest quality supplements for those who are trained and need to be in top condition.

REDCON1 is one of the best in the business when it comes to supplements and sports nutrition. They sell training programs, beverages, fat burners, and protein powders, among others. They also claim to be the fastest-growing supplement company in history. However, I do not know exactly how to confirm this claim.

Made marketing claims

The following claims relate to Total War Pre Workout.

Packs more firepower than any other firepower in its class: I’ve seen similar supplements using higher dose formulas, but underestimating what a Total War Pre-Workout packs is can not.
Concentration and irritation: They have the ingredients and doses for these claims.
Lots of pumps: Oh yeah, they really pack a lot of citrulline per scoop.

What’s in it

Let’s take a closer look at the contents of Total War Pre Workout.

With one scoop of 12.9 grams, you get:

  • Citrulline Malate: How To Start A Formula. 6 grams of citrulline malate, fully pumped and ready. What makes citrulline malate superior to the special and typical citrulline is its bioavailability. In other words, it is easily absorbed by the body and can be used for maximum pumps. 
  • Beta-alanine: 3.2 grams of beta-alanine is one of the higher doses we have ever seen. Increases endurance and delays fatigue. It can also help gain muscle by accelerating muscle recovery. 
  • Agmatine Sulfate: This ingredient is the supporting compound for citrulline malate. You will feel pumped all the way because it works by increasing the sustainability provided by citrulline malate. 
  • Taurine: This is more anti-inflammatory and performance booster, but also useful for pumps, but not as good as a real nitric oxide booster. 
  • Anhydrous Caffeine: Consume 250 mg of caffeine. 250 mg may or may not be enough, depending on who you ask. Some say it’s too small. Either way, this equates to almost 3 cups of freshly brewed coffee, so it really depends on your tolerance. 
  • Juniperus Communis (Berry) Extract: I have tried to verify its function, but there is little evidence to support its use. What we have found is that it may promote brain energy levels and moods, but this is not for sale yet. 
  • Di-Caffeine Malate: This caffeine foam helps boost energy without puncturing the intestines. That is, you don’t get the feeling of an acidic stomach that you feel when you take pure caffeine on an empty stomach.
  • Green Tea Extract, 90% Polyphenols: This is actually a fat burner, but I’m assuming I put it here for its antioxidant function. Anyway, the dose is as small as 45 mg.
  • Naringin 98% (Citrus Grandis) (Fruit): Extracts grapefruit flavonoids. I don’t know why they added this to the formula, as it is more for anti-inflammatory purposes and overall health.
  • Bioperine (black pepper extract) (fruit): This is a necessary ingredient if you want to increase the absorption of the formulation. At 10 mg, BioPerine is provided at twice the usual dose found in some other supplements.
  • Theobroma cacao: I don’t know why you added 5 mg of cocoa, but I’m guessing it’s another antioxidant.
    Overall, Total War Pre Workout definitely bleeds to reduce body fat and become a better body specimen. It has some and some obstacles in its choice of ingredients.


Pre-workouts are always to give your body the boost it needs to do more lifting. In this regard, the Total War Pre-Workout has proved its worth on the battlefield.

Energy: With 250 mg of caffeine and other quasi-energy boosters like beta-alanine and citrulline, you may want to lift more.
Maximum pump operation: citrulline + pump support components
Fast Absorption: BioPerine is a grease that makes everything work more smoothly.


The most likely side effects of using Total War Pre Workout are related to stimulant use and beta-alanine.

Stimulants can cause upset stomach, sweating, mood swings, headaches, dehydration, and even insomnia. However, I repeat that I am taking caffeine equivalent to 2.5 cups of coffee. If you’re used to drinking so much, you won’t feel bad.

For beta-alanine, users say it can feel itchy. This is because the beta-alanine molecule is large and can “cut” nerve endings as they pass through the bloodstream. This is often seen as a sign that it is working.

We recommend that you always consult your doctor before taking any of the supplements listed on this site.

Taste and flavor

One of the great things about Total War Pre Workout is that you can choose from a variety of flavors. 16 kinds of taste!

  • Green Apple
  • Rainbow Candy
  • Strawberry Mango
  • Orange Crush
  • Watermelon
  • Blue Lemonade
  • Strawberry Kiwi
  • Blue Raspberry
  • Sour gummy Bear
  • Banana Juice
  • Tiger Blood
  • Grapes
  • Mango
  • Vice City
  • Blue Coconut
    Jedi Juice

Number of servings

One is for 30 people. One serving is 12.9 grams.