I’m not one for shameless plugs, but this is my baby. I made it and I love it for it is my first spawned. Wyked 2.1 is the best Pre-Workout in 2014. Both women and men will benefit greatly from using it as the directions dictate. Rise and Fall of Wyked A few years […]
Continued from Part 1
Craze is a pre-workout supplement made by the supplement company Driven Sports. It has recently been pulled off of retail shelves as cautionary reports from labs started accruing. The reports are accusing Craze of containing an amphetamine analogue that is used as a recreational drug and has never before been used on humans.
Everyone seems to get to that point in their weight training where everything gets boring and motivation drop faster than a fat lady with a hole in her parachute. I have often thought that it would be great to develop a supplement that decreases or eliminates these negative feelings and lack of motivation in training scenarios.
Bodybuilders, dieters and athletes are always on the look out for that one compound that will help them reach their physical goals. The market is a very complex one. With the supplement industry not requiring FDA approval on their products, compounds are being released for every niche and purpose without any true studies done for safety or efficacy.
This famous quote by the evil sith Darth Maul in Star Wars may have well been the tactic used by the FDA when they banned the sale of ephedra in April of 2004. The FDA stated that the supplement presents an unreasonable risk to public safety, as it increases the chances of illness or injury.
Beyond a few cups of green tea, I tend to get a bit anxious. But despite how caffeine affects my individual biochemistry, I find its widespread use fascinating. Besides a unique pharmacology, caffeine has many benefits. It’s energizing. It can help aid in focus, cognition, fat loss, and athletic performance. Most of all, tasty beverages everywhere contain caffeine!
Well, after a lengthy battle, The Man™ finally succeeded in taking the safe, inexpensive, and effective appetite suppressant/thermogenic that is ephedra away from us. We had a design for an ephedra and caffeine (EC) replacement for over a year before the ban, but with the uber-popular EC still around, it sat in waiting.