Animal Rage

This is a good product that does not get the credit that it truly deserves because of its taste and caffeine content. According to rumors, animal rage is packed with 300 milligrams of caffeine. If you like this high amount, then this supplement is right for you. This stuff is a pre-workout supplement from the Rock solid Team at Universal Nutrition.

Despite the negative feedback on its taste and caffeine content, the supplement contains ingredients that many people like. These are Rhodiola and N-Acetyl Tyrosine. However, N-Acetyl is very minimal and has shown to be less effective compared to L-Tyrosine. Other ingredients it has include ginseng, evodiamine, choline, vinpocetine and schizandra. These are not ideal supplements for people with ADHD.

Quick energy is the feeling of an adrenaline surge traveling throughout your body, waking up your senses, preparing you for your intense workout ahead. Animal Rage’s Quick Energy Complex gets in your system fast and furious. You feel it and you’re ready to train in minutes. The core of Animal Rage’s Quick Energy Complex is pure caffeine anhydrous, a powerful central nervous system (CNS) stimulant. The chemical structure of caffeine is very similar to that of adenine (a component of ATP, DNA, and cyclic AMP).

Most reviewers of Animal Rage wish for the caffeine content of the supplement to be slightly reduced. Also, some spoke about its improved flavors except for orange that is considered to be the worst. Regardless of the flavor, majority or reviewers still speak highly of this supplement because it has proven effective.
If you wish to have plenty of stimulants to keep you focused, Animal Rage may be right for you.

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