TLM’s New Relentless BCAA Amino Acid Review

TLM's Relentless BCAA Amino Acid FormulaTLM’s new Relentless BCAA amino acid formula utilizes a 4:1:1 ratio, featuring 2 grams of the super-anabolic leucine. They’ve created a product that many are calling, “a new standard in the BCAA category.”

TLM promises Relentless will increase athletic performance, provide immediate nutrient delivery, and enhance muscle recovery.

• Product: Relentless BCAA
• Company: TLM Research
• Special Offer: Buy 1 Get 1 FREE
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TLM’s Relentless BCAA amino acid formula is said to be one of the most effective BCAA formulas on the market – ideal as a pre and intra workout product.

Looking at the ingredients, it’s obvious Relentless BCAA is of high quality, but I don’t see anything special that would make it the best BCAA formula available.

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Primary Advantages of TLM’s New Relentless BCAA

  • Innovative BCAA 4:1:1 Ratio Formula
  • 2 Grams of the Ultra Anabolic Leucine
  • Includes Beta-Alanine & Nitrosigine
  • Promotes Endurance & Speeds Recovery
  • Stimulates Muscle Strength & Growth
  • Promotes Intense Vascularity

Available Flavors…

You can buy Relentless BCAA in 3 different flavors: Cool Blue Raspberry, Pina Colada, and Sour Green Apple.

Relentless BCAA Amino Acid Formula Ingredients

Relentless BCAA Amino Acid Formula Supplement Facts

Relentless BCAA was formulated with a 4:1:1 ratio of your Essential and Branch Chain Amino Acids.

Relentless also has 2 grams of Beta Alanine for buffering lactic acid out of your muscle and increased performance, 2 grams of Glutamine for muscle recovery and immune system support, and 750mg of Nitrosigine for efficient ingredient transportation.

Let’s dive into the specifics for the five primary components found in Relentless BCAA, shall we…

♦ L-Leucine (2g)

• Leucine is an essential amino acid, which simply means our bodies cannot produce it and we must get it from dietary sources, and it is primarily responsible for the regulation and maintenance of blood-sugar levels, the repair, recovery, and growth of several tissues in skin, and also the protection of lean muscle mass while also regulating energy levels.

♦ L-Glutamine (2g)

• Glutamine plays key roles in protein synthesis, anti-catabolism, and cell volumizing, in addition to stimulating the release of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) within the body. Not only does Glutamine work to promote faster muscle recovery and growth, but it also promotes the breakdown of fat and prevents the breakdown of hard earned muscle.

♦ Beta-Alanine (2g)

• Beta-alanine is released during histidine dipeptides breakdown, and can be formed as a secondary byproduct of a reaction that’s responsible for converting L-alanine to pyruvate. It’s an important building block of proteins and mostly synthesized by the muscle cells from lactic acid, making it the most important nutrient for the amino acid metabolism in the blood together with L-Glutamine.

♦ Nitrosigine (750mg)

• Nitrosigine plays a critical role in boosting key factors for increasing blood flow during exercise. Blood flow is critical during resistance and endurance training because it allows oxygen and nutrients to be delivered to working muscles. Enhanced blood flow is important both intra-workout and post-workout as it has been shown to help with muscle growth and recovery.

♦ L-Isoleucine (500mg)

• Isoleucine promotes muscle recovery, physical endurance, and regulated blood-sugar levels just as Leucine, but this particular BCAA focuses on stimulating the release of Human Growth Hormone (HGH), promoting cellular uptake and consumption, supporting the formation of hemoglobin, and is also involved in the formation of blood-clots.

♦ L-Valine (500mg)

• Valine is one of twenty amino acids, just like Leucine and Isoleucine, that are proteinogenic, or protein building, and supportive in regulating and managing proper recovery and growth of muscle tissue, however; the valine branched chain amino acid also works at maintaining a healthy nitrogen balance and preserves glucose for extended use.

Potential Side Effects of Amino Acids

Amino acid supplements, including Relentless BCAA, are generally harmless, and are actually among some of the safest types of dietary supplements available. Just abide by the warnings found below and you should be good to go!

How to Use & How Not to Use

Directions: Mix 1 serving of Relentless with 10 oz of water. For best results, consume during or after your workouts. Always read the product labels and use as directed.

Warning: Not for use by individuals under the age of 18 years. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Individuals who consume caffeine with this product may experience serious adverse health effects. Individuals who are sensitive to the effects of caffeine should consult a licensed healthcare professional before consuming this product.

Want more reviews for top rated BCAAs? I’ve got more than enough to make sure you find exactly what you need. Check out a few favorites: EAA Max, Asylum, and Beta BCAA.

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16 Thoughts to “TLM’s New Relentless BCAA Amino Acid Review”

  1. jim

    You have a very nice site, a lot of imagery. I lean more to the plant based lifestyle and no supplements. But I do have friends who live this all the way. I will let them know about your site. Very good and I’m sure your quit successful. Do you find yourself working with older people and finding the right options for them?

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      Thanks for the comment!

  2. dalwhu

    BCAA’s is one supplement I could not do without and Relentless bcaa amino acid looks like a really promising brand that I would like to try.

    The Ingredient list has everything that your body requires for training and recovery with a very reasonable price overall.

    It’s nice to see a product that you can buy in different flavors as well and not just chocolate or strawberry. The Pina Coloda flavor looks particularly appealing!

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      Yes BCAAs are very important. Thanks for the comment!

  3. Cinderella

    This is very interesting and I love the beak down of the amino acids, I have a problem with losing weight but I have noticed that this is for athletes, is,there any more natural supplements for burning fat?

    I am not big per say but when I gain weight, it’s usually around my waist, so if there is a supplement that can help me burn fat around my waits, I will appreciate, like you mentioned, losing weight realistically.

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      Yes I have several non-stimulant fat burner reviews you can check out.

  4. Tiffani

    Very informative content. I have a friend who is looking to gain weight and Im not good in that field because i focus on gaining weight so I could never seem to help her or find good information to give to her so im glad i stumbled across this. I will definitely recommend this site to her. Thanks for the info!

    1. Dalton Dorsey


  5. Mike Mahaffey

    Relentless bcaa amino acid is a great pre=workout supplement! It will give you great endurance levels to get a good workout in.

    Not to mention that it taste good, unlike so many others.

    Recovery time from my workouts are much shorter with Relentless, it taste good, and works. It’s the best!

    1. Dalton Dorsey


  6. Sharon May

    Great info about BCAAs, my son is into this and uses them alongside his weight training. I’ve never heard of Relentless that’s probably because I’m in the UK. When I clicked on your link I found the price tag quite good compared to others of the same quality. There may be few ingredients, but I think it’s quality over quantity that counts.

    1. Dalton Dorsey


  7. Andy

    Great review!

    I have used BCAA’s in the past. I have never used a powder – only capsules, but I do think a powder has advantages, like the ability to take cram larger quantities. I used to take five capsules, split before and after workouts, and wasn’t that big. Some of these really big guys might have had to take a lot more.

    Do you think there is an advantage to including other ingredients, like L-Glutamine and Beta Alanine in with BCAA’s? I know they both are beneficial, but I’m a bit of a purist in that I like a product that calls itself “BCAA’s” actually only include BCAA’s.

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      Glutamine is a very important BCAA to include in your diet.

  8. Todd

    I really like the way you have laid out your review for Relentless BCAA. I found all the information I was looking for and ready to give it a go. I really admire your goal setting page. Also, I think the ticker you have at the top of the page needs to be slowed down, if you can.

    1. Dalton Dorsey

      Thank you so much! And alright I will slow it down right away. Thanks for the heads up.

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