Fury means mania, anger in Greek. We go back to November 2014. We are in a time when fashion protects concentrated pre-workouts with very small scoops and high doses of stimulants. Universal’s Animal series then had the Rage XL, with a dose of just 5 grams. Things change and we arrive at the same time, two years later, where they decide to launch a different product.
So at the end of 2016, they launch Animal Fury. The epitome of “a few but effective”. From the Rage XL of almost 20 ingredients, we move on to 5, if we take into account bcaa’s (which include 3 amino acids) as one ingredient.
Animal ‘s Fury Ingredients
The branch chain amino acids, also known as BCAAs, consist of the following 3 amino acids: leucine, isoleucine, valine. In this case they contain 5gr of these in a ratio of 2: 1: 1. These amino acids have anti-catabolic properties and help in recovery.
Citrulline malate is a compound composed of the amino acid citrulline together with malic acid. It helps with the increase of nitric oxide. With increased levels of N.O. you will wait for increased vasodilation and transfer of nutrients to the muscles. In addition, it helps in the production of ATP, so it also helps in the performance. Animal Fury contains a generous dose of 6gr / dose.
Another great and well-researched ingredient. Beta-alanine helps increase muscle carnosine levels. Carnosine is a dipeptide, found in the cytoplasm, and consists of l-histidine and β-alanine.
Tyrosine is an essential amino acid that helps produce two neurotransmitters, noradrenaline and dopamine. In this way it helps to increase concentration, mood and cognitive function.
Prior to Animal Fury ‘s arrival, companies tested many new and dubious CNS stimulants. Universal did not go through this process and chose the safe choice of caffeine. Of course, choosing a large dose (350mg / scoop) is sure not to suit all users. The product is aimed at people who are very tolerant of caffeine and is not recommended for people with sensitivity to stimulants.
My honest opinion…
The only thing for sure with Animal Fury is that it contains ingredients that work. Large doses of several researched ingredients. I will only draw attention to caffeine, because consuming such a large amount in a single dose is very likely to have side effects. If you ask me now if I would make any changes? yes i would. I will add some innovation with one or two “pump” targeted ingredients along with the high dosage of citrulline malate. Plus, I find bcaa’s unnecessary – not in terms of efficiency – in a pre-workout supplement. It is an economical supplement that can be taken separately.
On the other hand, if someone is in a period when they need it, Fury suits him as it includes them. Do you think I disagree? you are wrong! That’s why I never like to express an absolute opinion on a supplement, that’s exactly it. They don’t do everything for everyone, nor do they fit into every occasion. It is a good try from Universal Nutrition.