Street Series is a pre-workout supplement from Street Supplements. Powered by 6 g Citrulline Malate, 3 g Beta-Alanine, 2 g L-Tyrosine, 200 mg DMHA, 200 mg Eria Jarnesis, 400 mg Caffeine, 70 mg Mega Synephrine, and 1 mg Alpha Yo, Street Series provides intense focus, mood elevation, energy, and thermogenic/sweating effects.
Street Series pre-workout is an extreme ride of energy, focus, and thermogenesis. It’s one of those pre-workouts that lights a fire underneath you, enabling you to get things done.
Due to the stimulants and thermogenic effects, I would only recommend this for advanced users of pre-workouts.
Read on for additional details of my experience, the best prices for the Street Series pre-workout, and a breakdown of its ingredient label.
Table of Contents
- 1 Where to buy it
- 2 My Experience
- 3 Ingredients
- 3.1 Niacin – 40 mg
- 3.2 Citrulline Malate 2:1 – 6,000 mg
- 3.3 Beta-Alanine – 3,000 mg
- 3.4 GBB – 10 mg
- 3.5 L-Tyrosine – 2,000 mg
- 3.6 2-aminoisoheptane – 200 mg
- 3.7 Eria Jarensis 200 mg
- 3.8 Caffeine Anhydrous – 400 mg
- 3.9 Mega Synephrine – 70 mg
- 3.10 Hordenine – 40 mg
- 3.11 Yohimbine HCL – 2 mg
- 3.12 Alpha Yohimbine – 1 mg
Where to buy it
You can buy Street Series by Street Supplements at the following retailers:
- Supp Plug
- LIFTVAULT = 15% off
I took Street Series a pair of times, and each time, the energy, focus, mood, and thermogenic effects were all quite potent. This is not a pre-workout to take lightly.
The main outcomes of this pre-workout are energy, focus, and thermogenic effects.
Within 5 minutes, the beta-alanine tingles began, and although they came in relatively fast (especially considering no digestive aid added), they weren’t very intense, maybe a 5 or 6 out of 10.
About 5-7 minutes after the beta-alanine tingles started, I felt a strong and distinct tunnel-vision, head-buzz focus that lasted well throughout the workout and almost all day long.
The energy began within 10 minutes and kept increasing. I’ve had pre-workouts with 450 mg caffeine that felt half as strong as Street Series.
With just Citrulline Malate, there wasn’t much for pumps, but the heightened focus led to a solid mind-to-muscle connection.
Once I began working out, I started sweating, and I sweated increasingly throughout the workout.
The Alpha Yo effects were not particularly strong, so if you aren’t sensitive to the ingredient, you should be fine. No harmful or adverse effects were noted.
I tried the “Big Apple” flavor. It was a non-sour green apple mixed with a little bit of something else; it could be red apple/red delicious. It was pretty sweet using 10 ounces of water (as I always do); I’d give it an 8 out of 10, with no chemical or bitter taste.
If you are a fan of overly sweet green apples, this might be the flavor for you.
Other flavors include “H-Town Drank,” “LA Confidential,” and “Miami Vice”, which, just based on the names, I have no idea what flavors they could potentially be.
A whole serving is two scoops of 7.9-grams which comes out to a rounded scoop. For context, a dead-flat scoop is 7.44-grams.
Niacin – 40 mg
Niacin, also known as vitamin B-3, has a wide array of benefits ranging from increased HDL cholesterol (the “good” cholesterol) concentrations, reduced LDL cholesterol concentrations, and reduced the concentration of triglycerides.
Neat! So, why is it in a pre-workout? I can’t say for sure, but it’s probably because there is some research showing that niacin can increase blood flow through a variety of mechanisms. It’s worth noting that the research around this effect is limited and conflicted, which is probably why niacin is rarely included in pre-workouts.
Niacin also helps your body produce optimal amounts of ATP, which is the source of energy for muscle contraction. Thus, making sure you have enough Niacin seems like a worthwhile endeavor for a pre-workout supplement.
40 mg of niacin is a high dose. It is more than double the recommended daily dosage for men (16 mg per day) and almost three times the recommended daily dose for women (14 mg per day). Niacin can also be gained from a healthy diet. Good sources of niacin include fish, beef, chicken, turkey, mushrooms, and brown rice.
Citrulline Malate 2:1 – 6,000 mg
L-Citrulline Malate is one of the most common pre-workout ingredients with extensive evidence supporting its ability to increase nitric oxide production, power output, pumps, blood flow, and endurance.
Usually L-Citrulline Malate has a 2:1 Ratio of Citrulline and Malic Acid (hence the Malate). With 4 g of pure L-Citrulline, Street Series provides an effective serving size.
Beta-Alanine – 3,000 mg
Beta-alanine has been shown to support muscular endurance and can act as a lactic acid buffer.
However, beta-alanine requires regular intake to be effective, akin to creatine. Daily supplementation of beta-alanine is recommended, with a loading period of three to five weeks needed to be effective.
3 grams is on the lower end of doses for beta-alanine but falls within the accepted 3-4 gram range.
GBB – 10 mg
Gamma-Butyrobetaine Ethyl Ester Chloride (GBB) is a molecule converted to carnitine in the body. This process can support fat loss and increase body temperature.
In other words, it makes you sweat.
10 mg is much lower than the recommended range for GBB (25-50 mg).
L-Tyrosine – 2,000 mg
L-Tyrosine helps “smooth out” some of the harsher effects of stimulants and increases focus. Limited research also shows it can act as a cognitive booster in stressful environments.
According to Examine, it appears to preserve working memory during acute stressors. Acute stressors include temperature changes, psychological and sleep deprivation.
Additionally, L-Tyrosine seems to be able to preserve attention while under stress.
Two grams is an excellent dosage, and lands within the recommended 1-3 gram range for exercise applications.
2-aminoisoheptane – 200 mg
2-Aminoisoheptane, DMHA, Kigelia Africana, Juglans Regia (J. Regia), Octodrine, and Dimethylhexylamine. DMHA is a stimulant, similar to DMAA, for boosting energy, focus, and mood.
200 mg is a standard dose; however, it doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll “feel” it because it says something on the label. I most definitely felt it in Street Series. Typical doses of DMHA range from 100-to 300 mg.
Eria Jarensis 200 mg
Eria Jarensis, aka N-Phenethyl Dimethylamine Citrate. Eria Jarensis is a stimulant commonly seen alongside DMHA and in high stim pre-workouts.
200 mg is in the range for the dose of this ingredient. Usual amounts range from 150 mg to 500 mg, as found in Flame Pre Workout (which is terrific).
Caffeine Anhydrous – 400 mg
Typically, pre-workouts range from 250 to 450 mg, placing Street Series’ 400 mg on the higher side.
Mega Synephrine – 70 mg
Mega Synephrine is a prop blend of Synephrine HCL and Isopropylsynephrine, which I believe is 50 mg of Synephrine and 20 mg of Isopropylsynephrine (although I could be off).
Synephrine is a well-researched ingredient that has been shown to aid in weight loss.
“In general, bitter orange extract alone (p-synephrine) or in combination with other herbal ingredients did not produce significant adverse events such as an increase in heart rate or blood pressure or alter electrocardiographic data, serum chemistry, blood cell counts, or urinalysis. p-Synephrine alone and in combination products were shown to increase resting metabolic rate and energy expenditure, and modest increases in weight loss were observed with bitter orange extract/p-synephrine-containing products when given for six to 12 weeks.”
Isopropylnorsynephrine is a lipolytic agent that helps break down fat into glycerol (energy). It is a “fat burner.” It may also possess energizing effects, and is considered stronger than synephrine (bitter orange extract).
Hordenine – 40 mg
Hordenine (N, N-dimethyltyramine) is a stimulant often included in recent “nootropic” products. It is not widely researched, so much of the evidence is anecdotal. Typical serving sizes fall between 10 and 150 mg. The 40mg found in Street Series is well within “normal” standards. One study shows that Hordenine is an MAO (monoamine oxidase) inhibitor that may lengthen the feeling of energy and mood elevation.
Yohimbine HCL – 2 mg
Yohimbine HCl reduces fat mass in both lean and obese individuals. Unfortunately, it can also cause anxiety in some individuals.
Yohimbine aids in fat loss by interacting with catecholamines, similar to EGCG. It frees up the catecholamines to bind to beta receptors and help burn more fat cells by binding to Alpha-2 receptors instead of the catecholamines.
Clinical doses are 0.2 mg of Yohimbine per kg of body weight. While Yohimbine is not uncommon in pre-workout supplements, it is rarely included at such a high dosage. Additional supplementation would be needed for optimal results. Typically you’ll see between 2.5 and 10 mg (As seen in Herolean).
Alpha Yohimbine – 1 mg
Alpha Yohimbine, or simply “alpha yo,” is a love-it-or-hate-it” stimulant. Some individuals are susceptible to alpha yohimbine and avoid any pre-workout with it outright. Common adverse side effects can include anxiety, headaches, sweating, frequent urination, and increased blood pressure.
If you are sensitive to Alpha Yo, steer clear or start with half a serving as the effects are noticeable. (0.5-3mg).
Street Series by Street Supplements
Street Series pre-workout by Street Supplements is a strong, energizing, tunnel-vision focus, sweat-inducing pre-workout that provides the energy and focus needed for a grueling workout. Due to stimulants, I would only recommend this for advanced users of pre-workouts, especially for those who like to sweat.
- Long-lasting fervent energy (4+ hours)
- tunnel-vision focus
- Wonderful post-workout mood elevation
- Potent thermogenic effect.
- Only 20 servings
- Could use more ingredients for pumps