San V12 Turbo Review

This product is very similar to Dymatize's Xpand and basically uses the same formulations.

However, given the nature of it's marketing initiatives, San V12 Turbo seems to be a little more popular.

This product is part of the new generation of creatine products to hit the market in the last year or so.

I decided to try this product because it comes in a lemon lime flavour (which I like).

The results were very similar to that of the Dymatize Xpand product.

What's so great about San V12 Turbo? Well, the main ingredients in this formulation are tri-creatine malate, Beta glycocyamine, arginine alpha ketoglutarate (AAKG), taurine, and glutamine. According to the label, San V12 Turbo is designed to “deliver dramatic results in increasing strength, endurance, blood flow, nutrient delivery and glycogen storage”.

Based on my trials of the product, it does indeed work. The active ingredients, tri-creatine malate and AAKG provide the meat of the San V12 Turbo formulation. As with Dymatize's Xpand, these ingredients mix well together to produce some very exciting results. When I was taking the San V12 Turbo, I noticed that my strength and size increased and my pumps improved with each workout.

Now, the ads that you see in the muscle magazines all promise a “perpetual pump” when using this product. Now, I can't say with certainty that I got a constant pump during the day when I was doing nothing physical, but something did feel different. I really noticed my pumps during my workouts, which felt great.

As you know, I'm really weary about supplements that don't have any proven scientific back up when it comes to a companies claims. Of course, we know that creatine works, but the new generation of creatine products to come out don't have proven back up to support the new “cell volumizing” technology. I guess these studies might come out in the future...A comparison between plain creatine, creatine plus carbs, and new generation creatine products would make for a very interesting study.

With that being said, my experience with San V12 Turbo was very positive. All aspects of my performance in the gym improved and my gains stayed. However, my preference is still with Dymatize’s Xpand. These two products are very similar in nature with similar results but I feel much more comfortable with Dymatize Xpand. You can check out the dymatize xpand review here.

You might feel differently about San V12 Turbo. I can say that it definitely works, and it might do wonders for your performance in the gym.

Another plus for this product is that you don’t have any loading phase. No need to take 5 servings of creatine for two weeks. Simply use one serving before and after each workout.

Overall, I give this product a rating of: 8 out of 10

What’s in it:

Nutrition Facts:

Serving Size: 9.5g
Servings Per Container: 50
625 grams per bottle

• TriCreatine Malate 3.0 g
• Betaine-Glycocyamine 1.5 g
• NitroArginine (Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate) 1.0 g
• NAG (N-Acetyl-L-Glutamine) 1.0 g
• Micronized Taurine 1.0 g

Other Ingredients: Citric Acid, Calcium Silicate, Natural and Artificial Flavors (Maltodextrin, Mixed Tocopherols), Aspartame1, Acesulfame-K, F.D. & C. Colors (Red No. 40)

All the best,


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