Genomyx Speed Xtreme Review



We first noticed Genomyx Speed Xtreme after seeing it’s price –  $19.99 for 40 servings! Now that seems like a bargain, right?!

Well, there’s usually something wrong with these budget supplements, and we’re keen to see if this is truly a diamond in the rough – or a gimmick designed to steal your money.

It’s claimed to promote:

  • Energy
  • Focus
  • Speed

In this review, we’ll look at the ingredients inside Genomyx Speed Xtreme, it’s potential side effects, and finish with our conclusion.

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About The Company

We couldn’t find much about this company online. We usually don’t dig too much, as a normal person looking for this product wouldn’t give it too much time.

Although we couldn’t find out when Genomyx was founded, we saw on that this company also sells D-Aspartic Acid, Glycerol Monosterate and Alpha Yohimbine products.

Let’s see whether Speed Xtreme will help gain them a good reputation.

The Ingredients and How They Work

You can’t avoid the fact all Genomyx Speed Xtreme’s ingredients are hidden in a proprietary blend; basically, these blends are mixtures of many ingredients that you can only see the overall amount for (in this case, 4.4g).

So what’s the problem? Well, stimulants such as Caffeine can cause jitters when consumed in large dosages; as no-one knows the exact dosage of Caffeine in Genomyx Speed Xtreme, you’re taking a risk here.

But that’s not all – it’s impossible to know for sure how effective this pre workout is. In a nutshell, if you don’t know whether each ingredient has been optimall dosed, then the chances are that the company has cut corners and costs (which could explain why this is so cheap).

Anyway, we’re still hoping this is a diamond in the rough – so we’ll analyze each ingredient and see whether it’s worth trying out.

See for yourself:


Beta Alanine 

This molecule can improve your endurance in the gym, by helping buffer acid in your muscles. However, the downside is that it can cause paresthesia in doses over 0.8g-1g.

What’s paresthesia? In a nutshell, paresthesia’s a tingling on the skin of your face, chest, hands, fingertips and toes. It’s not life threatening, but it can be distracting in the gym – not good when you’re trying to focus on your fitness goals.

As Beta Alanine’s part of a proprietary blend, it’s impossible to know the exact dosage of it in Genomyx Speed Xtreme – meaning your risk of suffering from paresthesia is increased.

Creatine Monohydrate 

Creatine Monohydrate is one of the most reliable ingredients in any product – it’s been used by athletes for decades, and has shown to improve strength and endurance in the gym – great for when you’re trying to push out those extra reps at the end of your set.

However, you need at least 1g in a pre-workout to experience these benefits. As Creatine Monohydrate’s part of a proprietary blend, it’s impossible to know whether it’s been dosed optimally.

We believe if a company spends the money to dose an ingredient well, they’ll shout it from the rooftops – not hide it in a blend.

Caffeine Citrate & Caffeine Malate 

These are 2 forms of Caffeine. which immediately gets the thumbs down from us. There’s no need to add more than one form of stimulant in a pre workout – this simply increases your risk of side effects, without really increasing its benefits.

In a nutshell, Genomyx have tried to fix something that’s not broken here; Caffeine Anhydrous is the most popular Caffeine source in supplements for a reason – it works and is safe.

As a result, there’s no need for newer forms of Caffeine or other stimulants to be used. Stick with what works, and is proven to be safe.

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Olive Leaf Extract 

Taken from the leaves of olive plants, this has shown to be highly protective against LDL oxidation (which improves your blood pressure and improves your cholesterol profile).

However, while these are good benefits to improve your general heath – it’s not a key reason why you’d buy a pre workout supplement. As a result, we don’t think this is necessary to have in Genomyx Speed Xtreme.

Green Tea Extract 

It’s always strange seeing companies put fat burning ingredients inside pre workouts; and we’ve been seeing this more and more recently.

But while Green Tea Extract is great in a fat burner supplement, it’s simply not needed in a pre workout. Make sure you choose the right product for your fitness goals – if you only want to burn fat, then choose a fat burner, but pre workouts should be designed solely to provide almost immediate benefits to improve your gym session (which will ultimately lead to fat loss, if that’s your goal).

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Pros and Cons


  • Creatine Monohydrate improves strength and endurance


  • Beta Alanine causes paresthesia
  • High volume of Caffeine (increases risk of side effects)
  • Missing key pre workout ingredients

Side Effects

As all of Genomyx Speed Xtreme’s ingredients are part of a big proprietary blend, you’re chances of suffering from side effects are increased.

For this reason, we recommend that you avoid supplements containing proprietary blend; as we’ve mentioned, if a company spends the money to dose ingredients optimally, they’ll make sure you know it! So when they hide ingredients in these blends, we believe they’ve cut corners.

But the main worry we have with Genomyx Speed Xtreme is that it contains 2 forms of Caffeine – There’s no need for 2, and we prefer to have simply Caffeine Anhydrous in supplements (it’s proven to work and be safe).

Here’s the potential side effects:

  • Jitters (potentially high dosage of Caffeine)
  • Energy Crashes (potentially high dosage of Caffeine)
  • Paresthesia – tingling on the skin of your face, chest, hands, fingertips and toes (Beta Alanine)

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Review Conclusion

Ultimately, Genomyx Speed Xtreme is cheap for a reason – because this company haven’t spent money on filling it with great ingredients. Instead, everything is hidden in a proprietary blend, to make it seem better.

We were originally fooled into believing this was a bargain; for under $20 for 40 servings, it’s an easy mistake to make. But don’t be fooled – there’s always a gimmick involved to reduce the price of these supplements (in this case, a cost-cutting proprietary blend).

As a result, we’d rather spend a bit more cash and get a MUCH better product. We recommend only choosing products that show you exactly what’s inside – so you can see how effective it really is.

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