Infinite Labs Dagger Review

Infinite Labs Dagger Review

Infinite Labs Dagger Review

Although Infinite Labs isn't yet a household name in Australia, it's quite a popular one in the USA and abroad, and their reputation for well-designed and potent supplements is growing rapidly.

Dagger is a cross between a pre-workout and a testosterone booster, and contains a great mix of ingredients to help you achieve both goals. Dagger is labelled as an "advanced anabolic optimiser", and it contains the ingredients to do just that.

Key Ingredients

  • Testosterone Enhancer Stack (5515mg) - The blend of test boosting ingredients in Dagger are second to none, and are as, if not more potent than the closest rivals Ronnie Coleman Testogen-XR and Muscletech Anotest. It combines d-aspartic acid, which is now becoming a mainstream test-boosting ingredient, with fenugreek, Glycocarn, Japanese Knotweed, and a number of other ingredients. These work synergistically to increase free testosterone levels, to increase the ability of receptors to bind to that free testosterone, and to reduce estrogen production.
  • Creatine Matrix (2000mg) - A universal strength-promoter, creatine is a standard ingredient in most preworkout supplements. It helps to increase adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP) which is the energy muscles produce when contracting. Dagger combines three potent forms of creatine - creatine monohydrate, creatine HCl and magnesium creatine chelate.
  • Stamina Stack (905.2mg) - To help produce energy and maintain performance, Dagger combines a number of research-proven ingredients such as glucuronolactone, tyrosine and Siberian ginseng.

Flavours & Sizes

Dagger comes in a 30 serve container (330g), and in two flavours: Black Cherry and Lemonade.


Although the ingredients are listed as parts of proprietary blends, Dagger appears to have a decent dosage of the important ingredients. With a 5.5g test boosting blend, you can easily get the necessary 3.12g of d-aspartic acid and 600mg of fenugreek, with plenty to spare for the other ingredients. The creatine matrix is a little low at 2000mg, although it includes creatine HCl, which is only usually dosed at around 1000mg. Overall, the dosage of one 11g scoop seems like it's enough for anyone.


This is one of the best new supplements to hit the shelves and is sure to be one of the best-selling test boosters out there. Although it lacks a few important ingredients for a pre-workout (such as caffeine and beta-alanine), it will certainly boost your energy levels. Give Infinite Labs Dagger a try!

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