Boost Your Focus - Insane Labz Insane Focus.GG
Sometimes, the focus is not there. You need good focus to be able to handle the gym, life, and even that test in school! Having great focus can be one of the things you need in order to have a better workout or to even handle all the hurdles of everyday life. Taking a focus supplement can put you in a better mood, give you that energy, and even boost your brain! What are you waiting for? Introducing Insane Labz Insane Focus.GG!
Insane Focus GG Flavors
- Cherry Citrus
- Gummy Worm
- Focus Fruit
- Rare Candy
- Plasma Blast
- Pink Lemonade
- Tropical Orange
- Cotton Candy
- Clown Blood
- Green Apple
- Princess Peach
What is Insane Focus Pre Workout?
Insane Focus GG is a pre workout and focus enhancer from Insane Labz! If you are looking to boost your focus, to change your mood, and to give you energy to take on the world, then this is for you. Having great focus can be the reason why your not getting enough out in the gym. You need that motivation and a change of mood in order to stay longer! Or maybe you are a student and you need focus on a test or studying? Insane Focus. GG has got your back on all life can throw at you!
Insane Labz Insane Focus.GG Benefits
- Boosts Energy
- Increases Focus
- Boosts Mood
- Caffeine Powered 125mg
- Helps To Stay Focused
Who Can Take Insane Focus GG?
Wondering who can take this? If you think it is just fitness gurus, you are wrong! Anyone looking to boost their mood:
- Desk Job Associates
- Video Gamers and Streamers
- Any adult that wants to wake up and stay focused
How Does Insane Labz Focus Pre Workout Work?
Well, how exactly does this work? Insane Focus GG has a great formula to help you maintain focus:
Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12 are added as part of the formula. Vitamin C is good for your immune system but it can also help with keeping you focus because of producing norepinephrine! Vitamin B6 is important to add to your diet because you cannot make it in your body! This vitamin help to create blood cells and metabolize neurotransmitters! Vitamin B12 is the energy vitamin and it stimulants the brain!
Beta Alanine: That weird tingly feeling? Yeah, that's the beta alanine working! Beta Alanine helps to improve your workout by boosting your performance!
L-Taurine: One of the most important amino acids, Taurine helps with hydration and to reduce muscle soreness, so you can keep going and keep your focus up!
Caffeine: Insane Focus is boosted with Caffeine Anhydrous and Caffeine Citrate! But what is the difference? Caffeine Anhydrous is the most popular version of caffeine and is different because of the water content. Caffeine Anhydrous has less water content then normal caffeine. Caffeine Citrate is a combination of caffeine anhydrous, citric acid monohydrate, and sodium citrate dihydrate. Caffeine Citrate is usually in the medical side of things and acts faster than caffeine anhydrous. Either way, there is A LOT of caffeine in this supplement which will help you stay awake, keep your focus, and boost your mood!
L-Tyrosine: This is an amino acid that improves alertness by enhancing your mood and the way you handle stress. Basically, Tyrosine is in dopamine, norepinephrine and even adrenaline!
How To Take Insane Focus GG
Take 1 scoop with 8-10 oz of water 30 mins before activity. Do not take more than 1 scoop in 24 hours.
Insane Labz Insane Focus.GG Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Scoop
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving
Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid): 250mg 417%
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine): 12mg 600%
Vitamin B12 (as 1% Cyanocobalamin): 500mcg 8,333%
Insane Focus.gg Blend: 1.9g
Beta Alanine, L-Taurine, L-Tyrosine, Caffeine Anhydrous (100mg), Caffeine Citrate (25mg), Infinergy (Dicaffeine malate)(25mg), OXYGOLD (fulvic acid), AMPiberry (Juniperus Communis)(berry), Endurlac (Glucuronolactone)
Other Ingredients: Citric Acid, Maltodextrin, Natural & Artificial Flavoring, Silica, Sucralose, Calcium Silicate, FD&C Red #40
Warnings & Side Effects
Not intended for use by persons under 18. Do not exceed recommended dosage per day, doing so will not improve results and will result in adverse health effects. Do not consume other sources of caffeine including but not limited to coffee, tea, soda, and medications containing phenylephrine or caffeine. Not to be used by pregnant or nursing women or person(s) who have a pre-existing health condition including but not limited to: high or low blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia, stroke, heart/kidney/liver/thyroid disease, seizure disorder, psychiatric issues, diabetes, stimulant sensitivity or allergies, prostate inflammation, or while taking any other medication (such as, but not limited to: MAO-inhibitor or SSRI’s), antidepressants, aspirins, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or products containing phenylephrine, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine or other stimulants. If you experience rapid heartbeat, dizziness, severe headache, shortness of breath, or similar symptoms; discontinue use immediately and call a health care professional. Store in a cool dry place. Do not expose to excessive heat and moisture. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.THIS CONTAINS CAFFEINE.
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