My vid on pre-workout supplements generated questions on the popular “energy” compound currently all the rage in some of these products, and or sold alone: methylhexaneamine or 1,3-Dimethylamylamine (DMAA) specifically.
Here’s my take on this controversial supplement, which is info people need to have to make informed decisions on DMAA.
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