Game Day Review

Game Day At a Glance

  • Product Name: Game Day
  • Manufacturer: Man Sports
  • Supplement Category: Pre-Workout Supplements
  • Ranking within all Supplements 51 out of 239
  • Ranking within Pre-Workout Supplements: 27 out of 136
  • Number of Ingredients: 10
  • Effectiveness Rating: 1.98 out of 3
  • Nutrition Label Transparency Score: 100%
  • Serving Size: 1 scoop (17.000g)

Game Day Overview

Game Day contains 10 ingredients. Out of those, 8 are included in The Supplement Database. Their effectiveness ratings have been combined to give an overall effectiveness rating for the entire product. Game Day's overall effectiveness rating is a 1.98 out of 3.

This rating means that some, but not all, of the ingredients in this product have evidence of providing positive results. This product is a mix of high and low quality ingredients that should lead to some positive results.

The graph below illustrates the makeup of Game Day's ingredients. Green represents effective ingredients, yellow represents moderately effective ingredients, red represents ineffective ingredients. The more green and yellow, the better.

This product contains 1 effective ingredients, 6 moderately effective ingredients, 1 ineffective ingredients, and 2 ungraded ingredients. Ingredients that are not found in the supplement database are ungraded and are not factored into the overall effectiveness rating for the product. The ungraded ingredients are listed below.

What is Game Day good at?

Game Day is extremely effective at:

  • lower blood pressure
  • improve sports performance
  • improve high-intensity interval training (HIIT) performance
  • increase weight loss
  • increase alertness
  • reduce muscle soreness

Game Day is moderately effective at:

  • increase muscle mass
  • improve cycling performance
  • decrease body fat
  • improve running performance
  • improve cycling sprint performance
  • improve muscular endurance
  • reduce muscle damage
  • improve recovery
  • increase fat burning
  • increase strength
  • improve swimming performance
  • improve rowing performance
  • improve cognitive ability
  • improve focus
  • improve mood
  • reduce frequency of the common cold
  • improve sleep quality
  • improve immune function
  • decrease fatigue
  • improve sprint performance
  • improve memory
  • improve cardiovascular endurance

Game Day is ineffective at:

  • improve insulin sensitivity
  • improve agility

Individual Ingredient Ratings

The table below lists the rated ingredients included in Game Day along with their effectiveness ratings. Click the ingredient for more information on what it is and isn't capable of.

Ingredient Effectiveness Rating
L-Citrulline 6g 1.8 out of 3
Taurine 1g 1.9 out of 3
Creatine HCI 2g 2.3 out of 3
Beta Alanine 3.2g 2 out of 3
Choline Bitartrate 1g 1.3 out of 3
Coffee Fruit Extract 100mg 2.5 out of 3
Caffeine 358mg 2 out of 3
L-Theanine 200mg 2 out of 3
Overall Effectiveness Rating for Game Day 1.98 out of 3

Ingredients not included in this analysis. The following Game Day ingredients are not in the Supplement Database. These ingredients' effectiveness was not taken into consideration in the overall effectiveness rating for the product: Agmatine Sulfate, Juniperus Communis.

Nutrition Label and Ingredient Transparency

Game Day lists the amount of 100% of its ingredients. It contains 10 ingredients. Out of those, 10 are listed with amounts while 0 are listed without amounts. The chart below illustrates how many ingredients in Game Day are listed with amounts. Green represents ingredients with amounts while red represents ingredients without amounts. The more green, the better.

Many supplement manufacturers hide the amount of a certain ingredient under the guise of a great sounding proprietary blend such as "Maximum Muscular Size Enhancer" or "Anabolic Cell Strength Matrix."

The amount of each individual ingredient included is hidden from the label making it impossible to know what's actually in the product you're using. Companies have the ability to mix costly and effective ingredients with cheap and ineffective ingredients making it difficult to tell which one is actually in a product.

Products with high percentages of ingredients without amounts are hiding the true nature of their effectiveness. Ideally, a product should list amounts of 100% of the ingredients they are using.

The Bottom Line

The Effectiveness Rating describes how well Game Day works based on the individual supplements it contains. The Ingredient Rating describes how many of the ingredients are rated as effective or moderately effective. The Nutrition Label Transparency describes the percentage of ingredients listed with amounts on the nutrition label.

Effectiveness Rating
Ingredient Rating
Nutrition Label Transparency