GAT Psychon Review – Pre Workout Supplement

GAT Psychon

7.6

Effectiveness

7.5/10

Formula / Ingredients

8.0/10

Safety Rating

8.0/10

Customer Feedback

7.0/10

Value For Money

7.5/10

Pros

  • Loaded formula
  • Kitchen sink of sports nutrition
  • Addition of Glutathione shows good research

Cons

  • Quite a lot to consume in one scoop
  • Jury is out on BCAAs in a pre

GAT Psychon Review

I’ll start this review by saying I was never a huge fan of GAT. The way they used to label their bog standard ingredients like caffeine under their full scientific designation just rubbed me up the wrong way.

You’d have all this “1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine” crap on the label, and they’d do it for several of the ingredients too. Yeah guys, I make a cup of 1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine most mornings, wearing my Muppets pyjamas. It ain’t special.

Now, when I saw the ad for Psychon in one of the monthly BB mags, I immediately mumbled something negative under my breath.

I hate…HATE…preconceptions and assumptions, so it made me mad when I realized I was committing these heinous crimes. Hence, I launched into full-scale review mode on Psychon.

And this is what I found….

Why Use GAT Psychon?

GAT – German American Technologies – calls it their “Mega-Dosed Hyperemia Pre-Trainer”.

Don’t worry about that “hyperemia” part either. It might sound like you’re going to die if you drink something that causes hyperemia, but it’s actually a good thing in this case. Oh, GAT! Such cleverness you have.

Hyperemia here refers to “active hyperemia”, which is nothing more than increased blood supply to organs and muscles.

When you workout, these tissues need more oxygen and nutrients. Higher volumes of blood travel to the site, bringing the oxygen with it.

They’re probably also be referring to “passive hyperemia” which is when the blood builds up in the tissue and can’t exit as per normal.

Both the active and passive stages are what makes you pumped up and swole in the gym. Excess blood travels to the muscles and is trapped there by the mechanical action of repetitions.

GAT Psychon pre workout

GAT call it “reactive hyperemia”.

So, basically, GAT Psychon is a pre-workout that gives you pumps.

Can’t they just friggin’ say that!?

They go on to tell us that Psychon is perfect for:

  • Your Heaviest Lifts
  • Muscle Building
  • Optimized Hormone Levels
  • Increased Strength
  • “Monstrous Muscle Torque”

Psychon is definitely pitched as a one-scooper…an all-in-one pre-workout that requires you to add zero additional ingredients.

Let’s take a look at the formula then.

What Are the Ingredients and Dosages of GAT Psychon ?

What Are the Ingredients and Dosages of GAT Psychon ?

Okay, Psychon is a great name. I’m all in for great names, and that’s something GAT certainly gets on the nose.

It makes me think I’m going to cause havoc in the gym, crushing PRs like a mental person on speed.

Of course, that’s plain ridiculous, but there it is.

Ingredients are the key though. Will they get your psych…on?

  • L-Citrulline Malate 2:1 – 8200 mg

BCAA Matrix 2:1:1 (total – 6000mg)

  • L-Leucine – 3000 mg
  • L-Isoleucine – 1500 mg
  • L-Valine – 1500 mg

Plus:

  • CarnoSyn (beta Alanine) – 3200 mg
  • Creapure (creatine monohydrate) – 3000 mg
  • Choline Bitartrate – 500 mg
  • L-Ornithine HCl – 500 mg
  • N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine 500 mg
  • Caffeine Anhydrous – 350 mg
  • L-Glutathione – 200 mg
  • Black Pepper Extract – 5 mg

Plus, it’s 10 calories per serve. Each scoop is 26.6 grams and of that, just over 23 grams are active ingredients. It has a blend of Vit B6, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc and Sodium in there, and the whole formula is open label.

Okay…what!?

That’s a phenomenal product, GAT. I’m absolutely thrilled I nipped that negativity in the bud and investigated this gem of a pre-workout.

Will GAT Psychon Work for You?

If you’re human, it will work.

This is up there with the best of the best pre-workout formulas. Packed, absolutely packed, with powerful, fully dosed, research-backed ingredients.

Glutathione, have you heard of that one? Check this study out and come back to me. Glutathione at 200 mg appears to boost the pump effects of Citrulline Malate, which is already in the blend at a ridonkulous 8200 mg.

There’s a full BCAA supplement within the supplement. It’s even got creatine monohydrate (still the best by the way) at a dose that will actually do something for you.

Full clinical doses of beta-alanine, ornithine, choline…and caffeine is in there kicking and punching.

I know it’s only a pre-workout but I get excited about these things, and GAT have blown my balls off with Psychon. I’m massively impressed.

Will it work? Yeah, it’ll work! I’m already ordering more!

I checked out some customer feedback and I was surprised to see it not faring too well on some prominent bodybuilding websites.

One guy says you should stick with Nitraflex (another GAT pre/pump). Another complains about the amount of ingredients and that there might be too many. Yet another says something about feeling sick when he drinks that much.

Guys, start with a half serving. Hell, half a serving of Psychon will still outstrip most other pre-workouts.

It pisses me off when I hear dudes complain about quality products, especially when they then go and rave about another that’s complete shite (not talking about Nitraflex, by the way). I just don’t get it.

No wonder some companies get lazy and put nutrient-light, stimulant-riddled junk on the shelves. It seems to be what some bros want.

When it comes to fuelling your workout, igniting a good pump and triggering the anabolic process of muscle growth, you want fully dosed, scientifically supported ingredients.

Psychon is that.

Well played, GAT. You’ve won me back….sort of.

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About Ross T 28 Articles
Ross is well versed on all things connected to the supplement industry. He is a former martial artist and iron man. He is now turning his attention to physical conditioning.

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