The MTS Pre-Workout Battle: Ruckus vs. Clash

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Do you want your performance and body composition to Clash together for some serious gains? Or do you want to enter the gym and bring da Ruckus?

For those of you who have been living under a rock, MTS Nutrition has released a brand new pre-workout called Ruckus. Upon the release of MTS Nutrition’s new pre-workout Ruckus and with so many of you familiar with the amazing pumps and energy Clash can provide, many of you started asking yourself,

Which pre-workout is best for me?

The most common questions when Ruckus was released included:

  • What’s the difference between Ruckus and Clash?
  • Can I combine Ruckus and Clash?
  • What’s your favorite?
  • Which tastes better?

So, which MTS pre-workout should you try the next time you hear the empty, shallow sound of a scooper rattling around in your pre-workout bottle? Let’s find out.

MTS Clash Pre-Workout

MTS Clash

MTS Clash contains 2.5 grams of creatine monohydrate per scoop. Order now.

With over 750 reviews on TigerFitness.com, MTS Clash has an almost perfect 5 star rating with years of reviews from customers praising their Clash experience:

Clash is the best pre-workout I’ve ever had!

The pumps were insane.

The hype is real. Try this pre-workout.

If you don’t believe me you can read the reviews for yourself. The MTS Clash pre-workout has been proven to satisfy, give amazing pumps, and become one of the best tasting pre-workouts on the market.

With no proprietary blends and no BS, MTS Clash keeps the pre-workout formula simple, classic, and effective. Ingredients include:

  • Creatine Monohydrate
  • Beta Alanine
  • Agmatine Sulfate
  • Betaine Anhydrous
  • Acetyl Tyrosine
  • Caffeine Anhydrous

With MTS Clash you are getting everything you need in a pre-workout. The creatine monohydrate supplies energy to your muscles, assists with muscle recovery and helps gives your muscles a fuller look.

The beta alanine is going to provide you with muscle endurance and is an excellent pre-workout ingredient as it aids with gaining lean mass. The agmatine assists with blood flow and has been shown to help alleviate pain. Betaine anhydrous functions as a protector to cells in the body when they are placed under stress, protecting your muscles when they become fatigued.

The combination of acetyle and tyrosine also serves as an ingredient to help with muscle fatigue, improving performance, and decreasing stress levels in the body when it becomes physically fatigued.

The caffeine anhydrous in Clash is one of the cleanest forms of caffeine that will give you that boost of energy needed when stepping into the gym. The caffeine is also going to help with mental alertness, power, and increasing your metabolic rate.

With a 3.2mg of beta-alanine, 5 grams of creatine monohydrate, and 250 mg of caffeine within 2 scoops, MTS Clash is the perfect pre-workout for an individual looking for a pre-workout that has a higher dosage of beta-alanine and creatine, while keeping the caffeine levels at a low to moderate dosage. This well designed dosage and combination of ingredients gives you the strength and power you desire in a pre-workout.

MTS Ruckus Pre-Workout

MTS Ruckus

It’s time to bring da Ruckus. Click here to order now.

MTS Ruckus has only been on the market for less than two weeks and the reviews are already starting to mirror those of MTS Clash.

Definitely brings Da Ruckus!

Insane pumps and energy.

One of the best workouts I’ve had in a long time.

The newest MTS pre-workout formula has many of you asking what all the Ruckus is about? Ruckus is the latest pre-workout from MTS and is a nitrate based pre-workout, with betaine nitrate and dicaffeine malate as the leading ingredients.

The betaine nitrate is a naturally occurring ingredient that has been shown to improve body composition and provide increased power and strength.

As discussed earlier, the caffeine in this pre-workout is going to provide you with a good source of clean energy and help your mental focus when you walk into the gym.

These are the two main ingredients within Ruckus, but this new pre-workout doesn’t stop there. Ruckus is also dosed with Taurine, Vitamin C, Acetyl Tyrosine, elevATP, Methytyramine, and Hordenine. For a full, in-depth discussion of the Ruckus ingredients you can click here.

With no proprietary blends and over 400mg of caffeine per serving, the Ruckus pre-workout formula was designed for providing high energy levels and focus in the gym. This pre-workout is going to wake you up and keep your eyes wide open through your entire workout.

With no creatine or beta alanine dosage in the formula, Ruckus allows you to add your own creatine or beta alanine dosage to your liking if that’s an ingredient you desire in a pre-workout. And, with a price tag lower than MTS Clash you can afford these extra ingredients if desired.
MTS Ruckus is something new, something different, and has arrived to give you another option for satisfying your pre-workout needs.

Which Pre-Workout Takes the Crown?

Both taste phenomenal and are offered in a wide variety of flavors. Both are priced extremely well based upon their ingredient list. Both don’t include any proprietary blends. Both have been reviewed by the masses in high regard.

So which pre-workout should you choose? Well, that decision is up to you, but now you have a better understanding of the formulation and design behind both of these MTS pre-workout products.

The choice comes down to what ingredients you personally enjoy best in a pre-workout and which one gives you the pump and energy you desire. Picking between these two pre-workouts is like debating whether Schwarzenegger or Coleman is the greatest body builder of all time; you can make an extremely strong case for both.

You can’t go wrong with either of them as they were both designed and formulated with one thing in mind: Providing you with the best tasting, most effective, gains producing pre-workout this world has ever seen.

So are you Team Clash or are you going to Bring Da Ruckus?

Let us know in the comments below and follow us on Instagram (@thebrentness) and Youtube (TigerFitnessSquad) for the latest nutrition tips, workout plans, and supplement advice.

References

1. Examine.com, Web. 30 Oct. 2015.

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Name: Brently Rousset

Bio: Born, raised, and currently residing in beautiful San Diego, CA, I've been around some form of fitness almost my entire life. My mom was an aerobics teacher at the local gym when I was in elementary school through middle school. My dad had a full home gym in the garage and raced mountain bikes professionally through my high school years. My parents engrained the importance of health and fitness into me from a young age. I started playing soccer in my elementary days only to leave it behind for my true loves of basketball and surfing.