The Revolutionary Pump Ingredient S7: How it Works and Where to Get It

Looking to take your training to the next level while getting a bigger pump than ever?

Then you’ll want to pay close attention as we’re about to unveil a breakthrough pump ingredient that’s a must-have in any pre workout stack -- S7.

What is S7?

S7 is a precise combination of seven plant-based ingredients that has been clinically shown to increase nitric oxide (NO) by 230% in humans -- which means bigger, badder, longer lasting muscle pumps![1]

The seven ingredients used to create this next-gen pump ingredient are:

● Green Coffee Bean
● Green Tea
● Turmeric Extract
● Tart Cherry
● Blueberry
● Broccoli
● Kale

Now, you’re probably wondering, how is a bunch of broccoli, kale, and blueberries going to help you get a bigger pump?

How Does S7 Work?

When looking to maximize muscle pumps, there are a few different avenues you can address.


You can provide more “fuel” to power nitric oxide production in the form L-Citrulline, which by the way we’ve included a generous 3,000mg in every serving of Noxious alongside 50mg of S7.

You can also utilize ingredients that promote cell volumization and cell swelling, such as GlycerSize, Taurine, or Betaine.

Still another way to boost nitric oxide (and as a result, muscle pumps) is by increasing the cell’s ability to produce nitric oxide, which is where S7 comes into the fold.

S7 helps inhibit the production of mitochondrial and cellular reactive oxygen species, leading to a 2.3-fold (230%) increase in nitric oxide! With greater NO production comes increased blood flow, skin-blistering vascularity, superior performance, and massive pumps!

Where Can I Find S7?

Due to the potency and versatility of S7, you’ll find it included in both Killer Labz pre workout supplements -- Noxious and Executioner.


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1. Boris V. Nemzer, Christoph Centner, Denise Zdzieblik, Bruno Fink, John M. Hunter & Daniel König (2017): Oxidative stress or redox signalling – new insights into the effects of a proprietary multifunctional botanical dietary supplement, Free Radical Research, DOI: 10.1080/10715762.2017.1390228