NO Xplode 2.0 DIY

When it comes to preworkout supplements, there are quite a few popular products. Unfortunately, when it comes to name brand products, the cost is often a problem. However, if you take a little bit of extra time and planning, you can make your own version for much less.

We've written about the benefits of buying in bulk versus a premixed blend before. Here, we'll actually show you how to do it.

  NO Xplode

NO Xplode Ingredients

First, you are going to need to find out what ingredients are actually in N.O. Xplode 2.0. According to the lable, these are the NO Xplode ingredients:

  • Taurine
  • Glucuronolactone
  • MCT Oil (Medium Chain Triglycerides)
  • L-Tyrosine AKG
  • Methylxanthine (Caffeine)
  • Vincamine 99%
  • Vinburnine 99% (whole plant)
  • L-Tyrosine
  • Common Periwinkle Vinpocetine 99%
  • Di-Calcium Phosphate
  • Di-Sodium Phosphate
  • Di-Potassium Phosphate
  • Glycerol Stearate
  • Magnesium Glycerophosphate
  • Potassium Glycerophosphate
  • Creatine-Alpha-Aminobutyric Acid Matrix (Creatine AAB™)
  • Modified Glucose Polymers (Maltodextrin) Beta-Alanine (CarnoSyn®) Di-Creatine-Malic Acid Interfusion Betaine HCl
  • Sodium Bicarbonate Creatine-Sodium Phosphate Matrix Creatinol-O-Phosphate Creatine Ethyl Ester HCl Malic Acid Glycocyamine
  • Guanidino Propionic Acid Cinnamon Extract (Bark) (Cinnulin PF®) Ketoisocaproate Potassium

That's a long list! To make your own NOxplode, you will want to cherry pick the most effective ingredients. A good place to start is with the following supplements: caffeine, creatine monohydrate, beta alanine, and betaine. 

NO Xplode Main Ingredients

Caffeine has been shown to increase power output as well as delay muscle fatigue to increase your endurance. When taken intermittently and with a low-calorie diet, caffeine is also an effective weight loss aid. Individuals should start around 50-100mg of caffeine. 

NO Xplode's creatine monohydrate produces ATP, your muscles' primary source of energy. It's also noted to dramatically increase power output. When supplementing with creatine monohydrate, many individuals choose to start with a loading phase of .3g/kg of body weight for five days, then shifting to a maintenance dose of 5g per day. 

Beta Alanine increases muscle carnosine synthesis, which helps buffer lactic acid in your muscles. This directly improves your physical performance abilities. Beta alanine can also help you build lean muscle. Individuals should take 2-5g of beta alanine. Always start with the lowest effective dose, and only increase after you learn how your body responds. Larger doses are noted for causing paresthesia, or face tingles. These are harmless. 

Betaine, also known as Trimethylglycine, can increase muscle size and decrease body fat. Betaine also reduces cortisol, a stress hormone. Individuals often split their betaine dosage into two equal administrations of 1.25g. 

NO Xplode Additional Ingredients

There are some other supplements in N.O. Xplode that warrant a second look. While the above supplements are the powerhouses behind the effectiveness of N.O. Xplode, supplements such as taurine and vinpocetine also carry some interesting benefits. 

Taurine is effective at reducing muscle cramps caused by fat burners. It also slightly increases nitric oxide levels boosting testosterone. Most individuals start with 500mg, but doses up to two grams are common. 

Vinpocetine is also capable of increasing nitric oxide, improving blood flow, and is a vasodilator. As for dosing, Vinpocetine is extremely potent and calls for very small dosages. By using an extract such as Vinpocetine 10%, it is much easier to dose. Most people take 100mg of vinpocetine 10%.

NO Xplode vs DIY NO Explode Pricing Comparison

NoXplode Cost Per Serving

  • BSN Online: $1.83/serving (30 servings total)
  • Amazon: $1/serving (30 servings total)
  • Bulk: $0.37/serving (40 servings total) or $0.25/serving (100 servings)

N.O. Xplode 2.0 will cost you $54.99 for 30 servings if you buy direct from the source. You can find it on Amazon for around $30. If you purchase your ingredients in bulk, you can bring that cost down dramatically. 

5g of Caffeine: 50 servings, $0.99

100g of Beta Alanine: 50 servings, $4.79

250g of no xplode Creatine Monohydrate: 50 servings, $5.99

100g of Betaine: 40 servings, $2.93

Total: $14.70

As you can see, buying the supplements in bulk and constructing the blend yourself can save you some serious cash. What's great about bulk supplements is once you've found the preworkouts you like best, you can buy in larger sizes and bring down the cost per serving even more. 

For example, if you purchased enough supplement for 100 servings, your total cost would be $25.18, coming in at $0.25/serving. This total is still less than the amount you would spend buying N.O. Xplode 2.0 on Amazon, plus you get 3X the amount of preworkout supplement. By taking the time to buy in bulk and measure out your dosages, you can save big.

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