BPI Sports BLOX Review – Cutting Edge Technology?

Rob Miller | May 2, 2018
Product Reviewed: The BPI Sports BLOX
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BPI Sports BLOX Overview

If you could get just the right amino acids, in just the right sequence, you can achieve optimal pro-anabolic results for the best muscle tissue building and workout recovery support achievable by science.  This is the claim of BPI Sports BLOX.  It uses the most advanced Silk Amino Acid (SAA) technology to get you more muscle, more stamina, more testosterone, and more complete recovery.

BPI Sports BLOX ReviewBPI Sports BLOX Ingredients and How They Work

BPI Sports BLOX is all about the SAAs so we’ll talk about those and what we know about them.  Silk Amino Acids are a chain of 18 particular amino acids, but we’re mainly concerned with just 5:

  • Alanine
  • Glycine
  • Serine
  • Valine
  • Threonine

The theory is that these 5 SAAs combined in just the right sequence can have a remarkable effect on your muscle recovery.  The theory is primarily based on a recent study showing some incredible results using rats.  These rats exercised longer, gained more muscle, maintained lower lactic acid and cortisol levels in their muscle tissue, and had increased levels of testosterone.  There are two things you’ll want to note however regarding this study.  The first is that it was done on rats, not humans and that makes a big difference.  The other is that the amount of SAAs the rats were given would be comparable to you taking several doses of BPI Sports BLOX to reach the same level of intake.  Nevertheless, the research is promising and not to be dismissed.

The dosing recommendation is 1 scoop mixed with water to be taken before, during, or after a workout, or any time during the day.  It comes in several flavors, including Fruit Punch, Watermelon, Orange, and Green Apple.

BPI Sports BLOX Pros and Cons

Advantages of BPI Sports BLOX

  • According to most BPI Sports BLOX reviews we looked at, the taste is one of the best out there.
  • It mixes well in water.
  • It’s based on scientific research.

Disadvantages of BPI Sports BLOX

  • The research they base their success on used rodents, not humans. You would need much higher doses of the SAAs in order to reach the intake levels used study.
  • Most of the BPI Sports BLOX reviews we saw expressed disappointment that it doesn’t work very well or as well as other post workout recovery and amino acid supplements they’ve used.
  • The formula is proprietary so you don’t know how much of each amino acid you’re getting, and that can make a big difference in effectiveness.
  • BPI Sports BLOX is kind on the expensive side.

Where to Buy

You can get BPI Sports BLOXonline or in stores like GNC.  The 30 serving tub retails for $50, though we’ve seen sales.  GNC has it online at this time for $37.99.  Still, if you’re someone who needs to take more than one dose per day, it can add up quick.

Conclusion

For all the hype about cutting edge scientific formulas, research, and evidence, we’re not particularly impressed with BPI Sports BLOX.  According to most everyone who’s used it, the best thing about it is probably the taste.  And while good taste is definitely a bonus, it’s not why you choose your supplements.  You need something effective, and for the money, we don’t think BPI Sports BLOX is.

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Author: Rob Miller

Rob Miller founded SupplementCritique.com over 7 years ago, and has been the chief editor ever since. He has a diploma in Advanced Dietary Supplements Advisor, and worked at GNC for 3 years. He KNOWS supplements, both inside and out. Rob currently resides in Jupiter, FL, with his wife of 4 years.  Learn more about him in his Bio here. Follow him on Twitter or find him on Google +.