Saturday, October 05, 2013



RATING: 5.9 OUT OF 10. 

     300,000. That's the number of pages that have been viewed on this site. Granted, it's taken over 4 and a half years to get to that milestone, but nevertheless I still thank you profusely. Anyways, let's get started with this review. Today I bring you yet another energy shot, except this one is slightly different. It still comes in that same bottle shape as 5 Hour Energy, but this energy shot is marketed as a liquid b12 booster. Sounds intriguing, so let's give it a go.

     First things first, if you've never had the opportunity to try an energy shot, you should be advised that not all of them are very tasty. As a matter of fact, most of them are decent at best. You do get some gems here and there. And then we have products like Sport Max that are on the opposing end of the spectrum. I'm going to be as honest as possible right now, regardless of how rude it might sound. Sport Max tastes awful. It's difficult for me to describe exactly what makes it so bad. I always try to be exceptionally kind to companies when I review their product, but this is just terrible in my opinion. Hopefully this provides a substantial amount of energy to offset the poor flavor profile.

     Before we get into its effects, lets take a look at what it's packing under the cap. Each shot has 200 percent daily value of vitamin b1, 100 percent daily value of vitamin b2, 75 percent daily value of vitamin b3, 300 percent daily value of vitamin b5, 250 percent daily value of vitamin b6, 67 percent daily value of vitamin b7, 100 percent daily value of vitamin b9, 16,666 percent daily value of vitamin b12, 250 milligrams of choline chloride, 50 milligrams of coq10, and 140 milligrams of caffeine. It also contains an energy blend worth 4,300 milligrams containing l-arginine, l-glutamine, taurine, beta-alanine, inositol, malic acid, and magnesium. I'm not going to beat around the bush, this is a wonderful energy blend. Sport Max has certainly gained back some of the points they've lost. Let's see if they can gain more in the effects section.

     You're supposed to consume Sport Max before working out, so I slammed the contents of the bottle down and headed to the gym. I have consumed workout-enhancement drinks before, so I kind of knew what to expect. What I noticed was a little bit more energy and drive, but I also noticed a bit more endurance. It was nothing too substantial, but it was still enough to be noticed. Does it gain back points it lost for tasting terrible? I believe it does.

     The clear downfall of this beverage is the flavor. Everything else is actually up to par or above it. The drink's strong point is it's comprehensive energy blend, which has every b vitamin known to mankind. This energy shot has some potential, but they just need to reformulate their flavor profile.


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