Scivation Quake 10.0 Pre-Workout Review

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    [b][size=5][color=Red] Scivation Quake 10.0 Pre-Workout Review [/b][/size][/color]


    [b][color=blue] Taste [/b][/color]

    Lemon Drop – I have my doubts with lemon because I am not a lemon fan. I have only had a select few on the market that I have truly enjoyed. For me it is hit or miss. Mike came through and made a good tasting lemon flavor. While this is not a very strong lemon its subtle and provides a very refreshing aftertaste. For me this is a win. If a lemon is too strong or tart it turns me off. Therefore I found this bearable, and actually enjoyed sipping on it. To have me enjoy a lemon shows the company did a damn good job on flavoring.

    Watermelon Bubblegum – Remember Double Bubble Gum? Take that flavor and mesh it together with the Xtend watermelon flavor. That is exactly what I found the watermelon bubblegum to taste exactly like. Not only do you get the sweet refreshing flavor of the xtend watermelon you get the aftertaste of bubblegum. At first it was a unique combination, but the more I drink it the more it will grow on me. I personally enjoyed this one being a watermelon fan.


    [b][color=blue] Mixability [/b][/color]

    The powder alone dissolves instantly when touching the water. I have never had a problem with any Scivation product ever even in the new formulation (compared to the original). There is a small build up from the Peak02 if you do let it sit, but a simple shake gets rid of it in a second.


    [b][color=blue] Formula [/b][/color]


    Per Serving ( 2 Scoops):

    -7 grams of bcaa's
    -6 grams of citrulline
    -3 grams tyrosine
    -1.5 grams LCLT
    -2 grams peak02
    -1 grams capros
    -1.5 grams arginine nitrate
    -350mg caffeine
    -200mg theanine
    -50mg astragin

    A very strong open label product that focuses on performance and endurance. This is not a product that is meant to stim you out of your mind. The product also stacks perfect with 1 scoop of xtend perform for 14g of BCAA’s and 4g of Peak02 which ae optimal doses. Citrulline, LCLT are there for pump and performance. A very strong pump with the arginine nitrate addition as well.

    [b][color=blue] Cost [/b][/color]

    10 Servings ~ 30$
    20 servings ~ 50$

    You get what you pay for. Quake is loaded as is going to be a very well dosed product. With such high doses this will be a product that will push you in your workouts, make you sweat, and deliver an incredible pump. Scivation will run some killer deals with Quake over time, so this will be found much cheaper with other promo’s going on in the future.

    [b][color=blue] Workout Reaction [/b][/color]
    Some of the major things I want to note as I train in a fasted state the majority of the time, but also in a fed state sometimes. The biggest difference was Pump. The energy was also much stronger when dosed away from a pre-workout meal. When I took this upon waking the energy was instant and stramed for a good 90-120 minutes. I do not need a lot of stims, but this was potent and I started with 1 scoop.
    Pump -→ Arginine Nitrates , Citrulline and Capros. Even in a fasted state my muscles were still hard, but much more noticed when I had some food and trained fed.
    DOMS Reduction --- > l-carnitine, l-titrate, BCAAs, and capros are all major aspects in attribute when put together in quake which I have noticed since using he product.
    Stimulant → While you get a nice burst of energy the theanine does a great job on providing a nice streaming and steady source of energy. No crash.
    Performance → LCLT has been found to help improve recovery, Citrulline was found to help with DOMS and prevent lactic acid build up. There is also research on 4g of Peak02 and its effects on performance, endurance, and recovery. You get all of these things and this stacks perfectly with xtend perform to get that dose of 4g.


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