PEScience Alphamine Review: "The Athlete's Energy Drink"

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PEScience Alphamine Review: "The Athlete's Energy Drink"
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#2

I love the idea, hate the execution. The doses are low and due to the way the prop blend is designed I have to assume is just filler, I would prefer if they just told us what they were under-dosing rather then hiding it.

As with BPI’s products its going to live or die on flavor because its not bringing much of anything else.


#3

It is marketed as an Energy Drink correct? So if it provides just that are we worried about the under-dosing? Not arguing…just wondering out loud. I mean the reality is that if you are able to

  • get through your day
  • have a better workout
  • etc…

Is anyone really going to care if it’s not the proper dosing. It’s accomplished it’s intended effect right? Again just asking…


#4

I’m in agreement here. It’s toted as an energy drink, and not a nootropic


#5

Thank you NN…


#6

Honestly its more that the prop blend is there that annoys me, the dosing I could forgive if I knew what was in it, but the way its designed gives almost no information.

As for the energy drink argument, in my opinion it is 80 cents for the 2 scoops needed to get 16 oz, is sold in bulk and as a powder so it should be bringing at least as much value as an energy drink or one of the cheaper preworkouts.


#7

That’s fair…just curious. I mean personally I could see using it during the day while working or mixing it with Ergonine for example…


#8

Bring back the OG formula


#9

Enduralean by Innovapharm is the same formula as the OG. Look into it if you haven’t


#10

You can now get this at Tiger Fitness, $23 for 84 servings. Solid deal, part of summer clearance