VIOLENCE Pre-Workout Powder - Clinically Dosed Energy, Power, Focus, Pump, & Gains - 180 mg Caffeine


When combined with regular physical training, VIOLENCE is engineered to
support explosive energy, increased power & strength, laser sharp mental focus, enhanced endurance, and powerful pumps.

Train harder with violent intensity, as each research-based ingredient is clinically dosed, with no useless active ingredients. Our formula is 100% transparent so you know exactly what you’re getting. We don’t hide behind weak “proprietary blends”.

When you’re ready to take your training to the next level, wake up and choose VIOLENCE.

The Science Behind the VIOLENCE Pre-Workout Formula

Citrulline Malate 1:1

  • Improved aerobic energy production, reduction in fatigue, increased oxidative ATP production (the energy compound in our body's cells), and improved post-exercise recovery. (source)
  • Increased athletic performance in high-intensity anaerobic exercises with shor trest times, and a reduction in post-exercise muscle soreness (source)
  • Significanlty improved performance during upper and lower body resistance exercise performance (bench press and leg press). (source)
  • Improved exercise performance and ability to tolerate severe intensity exercise (source)
  • Participants taking citrulline could perform more lower body resistance exercises than those taking placebo (leg press, leg extension, and hack squat). (source)

Beta Alanine

  • Beneficial effects with high-intensity exercise including anaerobic sprints and resistance training (source)
  • Significant ergogenic (enhancing physical performance, stamina, or recovery) effect on high-intensity exercise, particularly in exercise capacity tests and measures, and where the exercise lasts between 1 and 4 min (source)
  • Beta-Alanine yields carnosine in skeletal muscle and high levels of skeletal muscle carnosine is positively associated with anaerobic exercise performance. (source)
  • Improved the performance of elite rowers on all-out 2-km time trials. (source)
  • Improved performance (shuttle run, flexed-arm hang) and body composition. (source)

Betaine Anhydrous

  • Moderate increase in total repetitions and volume load in the bench press exercise (source)
  • Reduce subjective measures of fatigue to the exercise protocol (source)
  • Improved muscle endurance of the squat exercise, and increase the quality of repetitions performed (source)
  • Increased power, force, and maintenance in bench throw power, bench press force, vertical jump power, and isometric squat force (source)
  • Increase IGF-1 (7.8%) and reduce cortisol concentrations (6.1%) and non-significantly increase growth hormone (6.1%) relative to placebo. (source)

KSM-66ÂŽ Ashwagandha Root Extract

  • Supplementation of 500mg of the water extract of ashawanghda has been noted to improve power output (source)
  • Improved their 1RM of bench press by almost 20 kg over placebo and leg extension by almost 5 kg. Muscle size, serum testosterone, and muscle recovery as measured by plasma creatine kinase was also improved versus placebo. (source)
  • Significant increase in strength in the quadricep and back extensor muscles (but not grip) was noted after 30 days despite no exercise. (source)
  • Significant increase in 1-repetition max for both squat and bench pres (source)
  • Elite cyclists was able to increase their VO2 max on a treadmill test (12.5%) and time to exhaustion (7.2%) (source)
  • Significantly reduce the symptoms of stress and its comorbidities (fatigue, temporary cognitive impairment, etc.) (source)

Alpha GPC 50%

  • Alpha GPC is effective at increasing lower body force production after just 6 days of supplementation. Sport performance coaches can consider adding A-GPC to the diet of speed and power athletes to enhance muscle performance. (source)
  • Alpha GPC increases post-exercise serum GH and peak bench press force (source)
  • Alpha GPC increases growth hormone (GH) secretion and hepatic fat oxidation (source)
  • Alpha GPC has significant beneficial effects on cognitive function with a good safety profile and tolerability. (source)

Rhodiola Rosea Extract

  • Improvement in time to exhaustion and VO2 max (source)
  • Arousal, vigor, and pleasure during exercise were significantly higher when taking Rhodiola. (source)
  • Significantly reduce total fatigue and improve well being during periods of high mental work and stress. (source)

Caffeine Anhydrous

  • Beneficial for athletes during times of exhaustive exercise that requires sustained focus, beneficial for high-intensity exercise of prolonged duration, an effective ergogenic aid for sustained maximal endurance activity, enhances cognitive performance through increased vigilance and alertness. (source)
  • Increase in training volume (overall work performed during a workout) associated with caffeine ingestion relative to placebo, extending to both weightlifting and anaerobic cardiovascular exercise, and is especially beneficial when athletes are tired or have had limited sleep (source)
  • Decrease in fatigue have been noted during exercise and during low strenuous physical exercise (source)
  • Increased performance in the bench press via increased reps at 60% max weight and more overall volume per set, improved mood and subjective well being (source)


  • May have mild cognitive-enhancing effects, especially when taken with caffeine. (source)
  • Suppress the blood pressure increasing effects of caffeine (source)
  • May also counteract blood pressure increases under stressful conditions. (source)

BioPerineÂŽ Black Pepper Fruit Extract

  • BioPerine is a patented extract of black pepper (piperine) that is clinically proven bioavailability enhancer for nutrients. (source)

Beet Root Extract (200 mg per serving, listed in Other Ingredients, used for color)

  • Improved endurance/stamina, vascularity, power output (wingate test) (source)
  • Improved resistance training performance and work output (source)
  • Improved performance in a 30 second cycling sprint (source)
  • Positively impacts velocity, power, and total repetitions during free-weight bench press exercise (source)
  • Improved peak power during a Wingate test, which is an anaerobic exercise test measuring capacity and power output (source)

Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)

  • Moderate amount of Vitamin C may reduce the adverse effects of exercise-induced reactive oxygen species, including muscle damage, immune dysfunction, and fatigue. (source)
  • Reduction in muscle soreness the day after exercise may result when preloading exercise with Vitamin C (source)

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