carolina wrote:I've seen the nutritional information for Kill It. The problem with it, which is a common thing among supplements, is the use of proprietary blends. They tell you the ingredients, but don't tell you the amount that is present. For example, there is beta-alanine in Kill It, but you don't know how much.
Most pre-workouts that don't have proprietary blends are under dosed in one or more ingredients. With proprietary blends there's a greater chance of that happening. The supplement industry is not regulated so I try to be careful with what I buy.
The only pre-workouts I tried were from free samples. I only try new supplements if I find enough research to support the claims. I only use creatine and fish oil daily. I use protein powder 3 or 4 times a week and I use a intra-workout during the longer bike rides (exceed from myprotein, it's their version of scivation's extend).
I think your right. You don't get exact amounts of some ingredients just the ones that a guide is more helpful with.
I'm sure though looking at the amount that your getting enough beta. Kill it has Creatinol-O-Phosphate which alongside beta should give a really good effect to your lactic clearance. Extra reps /push a bit harder. Its very well thought out product.
I do enjoy the buzz some of the preworkouts can give you although I tried this Zombie stuff " raise zombies from the dead" and it was disappointing . Kill it is great and if you want to really get off your face " rage" works really well. I overdosed on the stuff last xmas " brilliant" I was high as a kite half the day.