The World's Only Non-Catabolic Pre-workout Energy Supplement!
DRIVE will power you through your most extreme workout. Unlike most pre-workout supplements that are based entirely on caffeine and stimulants, DRIVE will supply you with a sustained energy that lasts up to five hours without jitters or adrenal overload - and best of all, no crash!
- INCREASE ENDURANCE BY 159%!
- DECREASE FATIGUE BY 26%!
- IMPROVE SPEED AND STRENGTH!
- boost alertness
- improve mood
- increase focus
- amplify physical performance
- promote cell volumization
- alleviate muscle fatigue
- increase exercise capacity
- quicken reflexes
- improve body coordination
- decrease stress
- improve memory
- strengthen brain health
DRIVE™ is taken 30 minutes before training. DRIVE will unclutter your brain allowing you to feel alert and awake. The "mind-muscle connection" is now a reality. The longer you use DRIVE, the better the effects.
Bodybuilders stack DRIVE with GP3™ and ALPHA™ for the most productive and growth-producing workouts possible.
Taurine - increases cell volumization and decreases muscle fatigue.
Rhodiola Rosea - improves physical and mental performance.
Caffeine - elevates epinephrine/adrenaline, dopamine and serotonin.
Vinpocetine - promotes cerebral circulation.
B-Vitamins - ramp up mood and cognitive functions.
When do I take DRIVE™?
Whenever you need enhanced focus, energy and endurance. Bodybuilders take 2 capsules 30 minutes prior to training stacked with GP3. Many people take DRIVE first thing in the morning before breakfast to power them through their day. Students take DRIVE 45 minutes before a grueling studying session or exam. MMA fighters take it 30-45 minutes before their fight and before all of their training sessions. .
Can I take DRIVE with food?
We recommend taking DRIVE 20 minutes prior to eating or on an empty stomach.
Will I lose weight with DRIVE?
DRIVE is not designed as a fat burner, but could be used to manage weight if taken twice a day.
I get a fantastic euphoric feeling when I use DRIVE. Is this normal?
DRIVE was formulated to boost mood and decrease stress as well as provide hours of clean energy. The results are different in everyone, as with any supplement, but many do experience the euphoric feeling you're referring to.
Do I have to cycle DRIVE?
No. The longer you use DRIVE the better the results.
Are there any long-term negative side effects?
The ingredients in DRIVE have been carefully researched for their effectiveness and safety. There are no known negative side effects from any of the ingredients. In fact, DRIVE has proven to be very effective for increasing overall brain health.
What results can I expect with DRIVE?
After about 15 minutes you will notice your head begin to clear and your energy will increase. In 30-45 minutes you will notice that your thoughts are organized, your sight and hearing become enhanced and your mood will lift. Stress no longer saps your energy and the world no longer seems as daunting. For 3-6 hours you will have much more energy (as though you've slept a full 10 hours the night before) and you will go through your day with enhanced productivity. After this period, the effects will slowly dissipate and you will return to your "every day" state. There are none of the side effects (no crash, no jitters and no sweats) normally associated with energy supplements.
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