Apollon designs its Bare Knuckle spin-off Bloodsport purely to enhance pumps

Apollon Nutrition Bare Knuckle Bloodsport

Apollon Nutrition is coming out with a spin-off of its stimulant-free pump-enhancing pre-workout Bare Knuckle, called Bare Knuckle Bloodsport, more simply referred to just as Bloodsport. It is similar to the original, being a stimulant-free pre-workout; however, unlike the regular Bare Knuckle, it is not balanced and trying to bring together other benefits; it’s all about enhancing pumps.

We’ve posted the facts panel for Apollon Nutrition’s all-new and upcoming Bloodsport in the image below, where you can see, as mentioned, its formula is completely dedicated to increasing and enhancing muscle pumps. There is some crossover in ingredients from Bare Knuckle to Bloodsport; either way, overall, it is a packed-out supplement with just shy of 15g of actives.

Apollon Nutrition Bare Knuckle Bloodsport Label

Apollon Nutrition has brought together six key ingredients, including a hefty 8g of pure citrulline, 2g of taurine, half a gram of pink Himalayan sea salt, and 400mg of grape seed. There are also a handful of branded premium features with an absolutely solid 3g of NO3-T arginine nitrate, a full 508mg of VasoDrive-AP, and 50mg of AstraGin to improve and enhance absorption of the formula.

The goal of Apollon Nutrition’s Bloodsport is primarily to enhance pumps, and judging what the brand has thrown into it, that should be no problem whatsoever. The pump pre-workout is launching this Friday through Apollon’s online store, and it’ll be the same price as the original Bare Knuckle at $59.95 for a tub of 20 full servings, and to start, it’ll only be available in unflavored powder.