The Gym Assassin Stack | Assassin & Hooligan Pre-Workout Stack
The Gym Assassin Stack is the Ultimate Pre Workout stack that will have you crushing leg day and your toughest workouts. This powerful stack contains Apollon Nutrition's Assassin Pre Workout, our highest stim most intense preworkout we carry. Assassin is stacked alongside Apollon's Hooligan Bare Knuckle Edition, a non-stimulant pump pre workout packed with nitric Oxide Boosters to give incredible muscle fullness and vascularity alongside cognitive boosting nootropics like Lion's Mane, Alpha GPC, and Tyrosine. If you're looking for the ultimate pre workout stack you've found it!
The Gym Assassin Stack Product Highlights
- The Gym Asssassin Stack Will Have You Destroying Your Workouts
- Intense Energy, Focus, Mind Muscle Connection and Pumps
- Great For Leg Day or Tough Workouts
Apollon Assassin Flavors
- Tiger's Blood
- Ninja Carnage
Apollon Hooligan Bare Knuckle Flavors
- Jungle Juice
- Peach Iced Tea
Mix 1 scoop of Hooligan and 1/2 to 1 scoop of Assassin with 12 ounces of water and consume 30 minutes prior to training.
The Gym Assassin Stack Assassin & Hooligan Ingredients & Supplement Facts
Store in a cool dry place after opening. Begin by taking a 1/2 scoop of Assassin to assess tolerance.
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