Redcon1 Total War Pre-Workout Review

That tingly explosive goodness at a good price. There's a new kid on the block, and it's Redcon1 Total War.

What's going on everyone.  This is my honest, no bull-*** review of Redcon1 Total War Pre-Workout.  Now Total War has gone through several iterations since it's creation, but this review is on what is currently the most up-to-date formula.

This review will cover Redcon1 Total War in 5 different categories:

  • Ingredients (what's in it)
  • Effectiveness
  • Flavor (I tried Tiger's Blood)
  • Mixability
  • Value

Total War has quickly become one of the most popular pre-workout powders around and has been finding it's way into more supplement stores and grocery chains as well as all over the internet and abroad.

...On To The Review of Redcon1 Total War - Tiger's Blood Flavor


  • Citrulline Malate 6g
  • Beta-Alanine 3.2g
  • Agmatine Sulfate - 1g
  • Taurine 1g
  • Caffeine Anhydrous 250mg
  • Di-Caffeine Malate 100mg
  • Ampiblast (Juniperus communis)(berry) - caffeine amplification

Based on this ingredient profile, Redcon1 has properly dosed this pre-workout powder according to the recommendations for these ingredients.  Nothing is under-dosed in Total War.


You are going to get great energy from total war.  With the 325mg of caffeine and the ampiblast, you'll definitely feel it.  Total war will also provide a decent pump.  The one area missing is the cognitive ingredients and mental focus, but we're cool with that.

Flavor (Tiger's Blood)

Tiger's blood was pretty good.  It has a unique fruity/pineappley flavor that never got old.  I've actually purchased this same flavor 2-3 times and still enjoy it.


The directions say to mix it with 4-6oz of water, but this is really up to you.  I will typically use 16oz and found that the flavor permeated through the liquid and it was not diluted at all.  If you do mix in a smaller amount of water, it's easier to shoot it down in 1-2 gulps which some people have said makes the effects of the product more amplified.


This is one of the best values you can find out there.  I have been able to get this product on Amazon for $30 - which falls right at my upper limit of no more than $1 per serving of pre-workout powder.

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