D-Stunner is a pre-workout supplement designed by Betancourt to help increase performance, muscle growth and energy levels.
Not only does Betancourt promise that D-Stunner is effective, but they say that it is the most advanced way to enhance your workout as well as the results.
We were interested to find out how Betancourt has changed the pre-workout industry so we took a closer look into the product to see what it could really offer.
What Does D-Stunner Do?
Like a lot of pre-workout supplements, D-Stunner claims to be able to provide your muscles with the things they need to work most efficiently.
Although this has been proven to be a good way to increase your performance as well as muscle size, it is not the type of advanced formula we expected to see in a pre-workout supplement that is supposed to revolutionize the industry.
However, the pioneering aspect of D-Stunner is not in the theory behind the supplement, but in the way the ingredients have been formulated.
Does It Work?
The one ingredient that Betancourt seems to hinge D-Stunner’s success on is 1,3 Dimethylamylamine. This ingredient is supposed to be a new way to increase your muscles’ ability to contract.
Although there hasn’t been enough research on 1,3 Dimethylamylamine, we can tell that there is probably not enough in D-Stunner to actually work.
The ingredient is not found until the very bottom of D-Stunner’s proprietary blend, making it one of the most insignificant ingredients found in this supplement.
However, D-Stunner does have some ingredients that, while not advanced, have been proven to be beneficial.
Beta-Alanine, for example, is a naturally occurring beta amino acid that is the precursor to carnosine. Since your body needs Beta-Alanine to form carnosine, it is vital to keep your muscles from being fatigued.
D-Stunner also has glycerol monostearate, a colorless, odorless emulsifier that is often used to give ice cream its smooth texture.
Although this doesn’t help your performance necessarily, it most likely means that D-Stunner is not one of those chunky powders that clump when you add them to liquid.
Even though D-Stunner doesn’t appear to be quite as advanced as it claims to be, it is most likely an adequate product.