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Two of the industry’s heavyweights come together to bring you one of the most impressive and effective pre-workouts the fitness scene has seen in years.

DoYouEven and Second to None have applied their own knowledge of sports nutrition to formulate a breakthrough formula that delivers a clean energy hit like no other.

Combine this with DYEoxide’s prominent muscle pumping, focus and fat burning properties, and you’ve got a 4-in-1 pre-workout that is sure to blow your mind. We’ve spent the last two years researching ingredients and collecting feedback from thousands of fans in regards to what they were looking for in the ideal pre-workout supplement. We are firm believers that there is no substitute in quality, so we’ve gone the extra mile to make this the most effective and BEST tasting pre-workout you will ever try.

Prepare to take your workouts to new EXTREMES!

INGREDIENTS: Beta-Alanine (CarnoSyn®), N-Acetyl-Tyrosine, N-Acetyl L-Carnitine Hydrochloride, L-Taurine, Glycerol Monostearate, LTaurine,Glucoronolactone, Caffeine Anhydrous (300mg), Citric Acid, Natural & Artificial Flavors, Silicon Dioxide, Sucralose, and Red #40. 



Caffeine is a stimulant that has been demonstrated to increase anaerobic performance and decrease perceived exertion during exercise.  Caffeine also acts as a metabolism booster, jump starting the process of lipolysis, which helps your body release fatty acids into the bloodstream.


Glycerol Monostearate

Glycerol is one of the key ‘pump’ ingredients in DYEOXIDE. Glycerol, once absorbed, increases the concentration of fluid in blood and muscle tissue. The increase in concentrate leads to these fluids being held longer by the body

For users, this means glycerol monostearate quickly improves hydration and the absorption of other supplements that are taken with it. The end result is faster delivery of nutrients and added “pump” effect during training.



Glucuronolactone is a naturally-occurring metabolite, a carbohydrate produced by the human metabolic system.

Glucuronolactone is an ingredient popularized in energy drinks around the world. It’s perceived to increase general alertness and energy in users.


N-acetyl L-tyrosine (NAT)

L-Tyrosine is an amino acid that is used to induce noradrenaline and dopamine which appears to reduce stress and preserve memory. Although NAT is new in the supplement game, it looks promising as a way of decreasing mental fatigue throughout workouts.

A stimulant-like non-stimulant ingredient which acts downstream of caffeine to increase its effects without increasing all the side effects associated to caffeine.


L-carnitine L-tartrate (LCLT) and Acetyl L-carnitine (ALCAR)

The Carnitine family is proving itself as more than just an ingredient used in fat burners. Recent studies have shown it’s effects as a brain booster, due to its ability to increase a user’s alertness and mitochondrial capacity whilst supporting the brains neurons. This effectively helps alleviate fatigue. The above reasons is why we’ve included it in DYE.

We’ve included ALCAR for it’s cognitive enhancement properties and LCLT for it’s physical performance and power output qualities.


beta-Alanine (β-Alanine)

Famous for producing full body ‘tingles’, Beta-Alanine is becoming one of the more popular non-essential amino acids in the supplement industry.

beta-Alanine helps those looking for a boost in their training, more specifically short-to-medium duration high-intensity muscle performance.


Citrulline malate

L-Citrulline is one of three amino acids in the urea cycle alongside L-Arginine and L-Ornithine.

L-Citrulline converts to L-Arginine after absorption and according to studies is a more efficient way of shuttling L-Arginine into the blood than L-Arginine by itself. When effectively dosed, such as in DYEOXIDE, we see a boost in blood flow and nitric oxide levels leading to an insane pump.



Taurine is considered a conditionally essential amino acid during times of extreme physical exhaustion. Taurine draws water in the muscle cells andacts as a cell volumizer, leading to more nutrients being stored for recovery and growth aswell as enhancing muscle fullness.

Taurine also plays a role in nitric oxide production for greater oxygen supply and nutrient delivery. This mechanism may enhance the workout session and lead to a more rigorous workout.

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