Very Well Balanced
Very solid well balanced pre workout , not too jittery feeling but gives you enough pep to get through your workout or even workday with a little more gas in the tank
This product has a good amount of caffeine and supplements. I bought the watermelon and blueberry flavors...It even tastes good to mix each...together. I get a good amount of energy with no crash or jitters. Great product for the price...
Love this stuff!! Great taste and [it] gives so much energy!
Action Nutrition's Top-Selling Pre-Workout, BOLT Extreme Energy, helps you achieve your Athletic Goals with the Improved Energy, Increased Strength and Enhanced Performance only found in a Clinically Dosed Pre-Workout.
Action Nutrition's Pro Supplement Formulators have Decades of Experience working in Sports Nutrition with Dietary Supplements and they chose only the Best Ingredientswhen they created BOLT Extreme Energy.
Discover the Amazing Pre Workout Benefits of a product that includes Scientifically Studied Ingredients at their Clinically Effective Dosages.
A Meticulous Review of the Most Recent Data on the Best Pre Workout Ingredients led to the creation of BOLT Extreme Energy, Action Nutrition's Most Advanced Pre Workout Formula.
BOLT Works, it's the BEST TASTING PRE WORKOUT we've ever tried, and We Know that BOLT Extreme Energy is Going to Blow You Away!
It Tastes Good!
Helps give me a...boost for my workout or...around the house.
Best I have found so far!
As a dietary supplement, mix 1 scoop (7.73 grams) with 4 to 8 ounces of cold water and drink prior to your workout. If needed, you may gradually increase serving by a half scoop (3.87 grams) up to a total of 2 full scoops (15.46 grams). Never use more than 2 scoops in any 24 hour period or use more than 5 days in any 7 day period. Consume ample amounts of water while using this product.
For best results, take 1 serving of BOLT Pre Workout 15-30 minutes prior to your workout.
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