IFBB Pro Kai Greene recently came out with his own supplement line, Dynamik Muscle. One of the products in this highly-anticipated product line is Gamma-Ray.

Gamma-Ray is advertised as a pump-inducing supplement to help you get skin splitting muscle pumps and better results in the gym.

Here’s a look at everything you need to know about Dynamik Muscle Gamma-Ray.

The Formula

Dynamik Muscle Gamma-Ray’s formula is fairly simple, only including 4 ingredients. The first ingredient in the lineup is a well-known blood-flow increasing ingredient L-citrulline malate (2.5 g).

L-citrulline malate helps improve circulation throughout the body. Consequently, many bodybuilders supplement with this amino acid to improve their muscle pumps. This ingredient is also shown to help reduce fatigue. [1]

Agmatine sulfate (500 mg) is another pump-enhancing ingredient in Gamma-Ray’s formula. Together with L-citrulline malate, you may feel an increase in blood flow to your muscles, making them feel fuller during workouts.

To help support hydration during exercise, hydromax glycerol powder [2] is thrown into the mix. If you are working out for an extended period of time, or implementing some intense cardio into your training, this powder might definitely help.

The last ingredient in Dynamik Muscle Gamma-Ray is epicatechins (25 mg). This ingredient is actually studied for its ability to improve regulation of muscle growth through increasing follistatin to myostatin ratios. [3]

The formula looks pretty impressive. It provides a nice mix of hydration, pump, and even muscle growth-supporting ingredients.

How Should You Use Gamma-Ray?

Gamma-Ray is a pump supplement and doesn’t include any stimulants. Consequently, you can take Gamma-Ray by itself or even alongside a stimulant pre-workout, like Dynamik Muscle’s Savage Roar.

You can start out by mixing one scoop with 6-8 ounces of water before working out. However, because Gamma-Ray doesn’t contain stimulants, timing doesn’t appear to be as important. Some may even sip on Gamma-Ray into their workouts in a shaker bottle. It all depends on personal preference.

If you decide to stack Gamma-Ray with a stimulant pre-workout, I just suggest starting with smaller doses of both to assess tolerance.

Will Gamma-Ray Come in a Variety of Flavors?

It looks like Gamma-Ray will come in 2 flavors: Radioactive Blue and Melon Massacre.

However, there is no feedback on the flavors yet because Gamma-Ray is yet to be shipped out, as it has only been available for purchase during a pre-sale.

Judging by the names, I wouldn’t be surprised if these flavors taste similar to blue raspberry and a watermelon flavor.

Pricing and Serving Size?

Each bottle will come in a 30-serving container. Additionally, each bottle will retail for $45; however, the pre-sale price right now is $35. I’m not sure when the price will go up.

Overall, Dynamik Muscle Gamma-Ray looks like a pretty good pump supplement. Gamma-Ray’s small formula includes a decent amount of effective ingredients and isn’t packed with additional filler and nonessential components.

If you are interested in a pump supplement, maybe give Gamma-Ray a try, especially considering the deal going on right now. If you do decide to try it, let me know about your experience by leaving a comment below!


[1] Bendahan D, et al. “Citrulline/malate promotes aerobic energy production in human exercising muscle.” Br J Sports Med. 2002 Aug;36(4):282-9. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12145119

[2] Montner P, et al. “Pre-exercise glycerol hydration improves cycling endurance time.” Int J Sports Med. 1996 Jan;17(1):27-33.

[3] Gutierrez-Salmean G, et al. “Effects of (-)-epicatechin on molecular modulators of skeletal muscle growth and differentiation.” J Nutr Biochem. 2014 Jan;25(1):91-4. doi: 10.1016/j.jnutbio.2013.09.007. Epub 2013 Oct 18. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24314870/