Ryse Godzilla Pre-Workout Review

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Before reading through our list of reviews, here’s a quick breakdown of our favorite preworkouts and their core ingredients plus our overall formula score and overall score.

The formula score is based on the dosing of the functional ingredients as well as the overall selection of ingredients. The overall score takes into account available flavors, quality of flavors, packaging and other intangibles.

ProductCaffeineCitrulline*Beta-AlanineFormula ScoreOverall Score
Shifted Maximum325mg8g3.2g9797
Gorilla Mode350mg9g0g9495
Ryse Godzilla400mg9g6.4g9694
Legion Pulse350mg5.33g*3.6g9594
Transparent Labs Bulk200mg5.33g*4g9593
Ryse Loaded420mg4.5g3.5g9089
Ghost Legend250mg4g3.2g8789
Total War350mg4g*3.2g8988
Pre Jym300mg4g*2g8787
*Citrulline Malate is usually 2 parts Citrulline to 1 part Malic Acid. We only count the Citrulline component. So 6g of Citrulline Malate only counts as 4g of Citrulline.

When reviewing pre-workout products we try to give you the best overall picture of value and quality. Even if a pre-workout has a solid formula, if it tastes sub-par, then we have to take off points for that. Because a preworkout is no good if you don’t want to drink it. On the other hand, if the formula is just ok, but has great branding and flavors, we might add a few points.

What we care about most is setting you up with a pre-workout that will take your places, over the long haul. So,keep reading because Pre-Workout World has industry statistics on how supplements can benefit you. Additionally, our writers have the details you need to know about pre-workout supplements, exercises, workouts, and also product reviews.

Our Pre-Workout Philosophy

When reviewing pre-workouts here are some of our main criteria:

  • the core 3 ingredients for a good preworkout are caffeine, citrulline and beta-alanine
  • there is no one size fits all pre-workout due to different body sizes and tolerances
  • bigger is not always better. too much caffeine is a net negative for most people
  • supplementing with citrulline is superior to supplementing directly with arginine 
  • a preworkout needs at least 4g of citrulline to be a clinically effective dose
  • citrulline malate is only 2/3 citrulline so to hit 4g l-citrulline you need 6g citrulline malate
  • a preworkout should have some electrolytes
  • a preworkout should have a focus ingredient like alpha gpc in addition to caffeine
  • a pre that has a strength ingredient like Creatine and/or Betaine is a bonus
  • a preworkout that has a mood boost ingredient like rhodiola, l-dopa or kanna is a bonus
  • it’s almost NEVER a good idea to include multiple stimulants
  • we do not like proprietary blends where the doses of individual ingredients are hidden

Below is a list of our pre-workout product reviews. Make sure you also see our Pre Workout Rankings to dig deeper into which pre-workout is best for your requirements.