Just like it asked fans back in August when it teased a new flavor for its Lean Body RTD. Labrada is at it again this month asking fans to guess what its next new flavors for its BCAA formula BCAA Power are going to be. The brand has basically said that it’s going to be launching two more for the supplement sometime in the next few weeks, which will join its current three flavors Orange Mango, Strawberry Kiwi, and Pina Colada. Feel free to take your own guess at what you think they might be on Labrada’s social media, or just stay tuned here for the announcement.
The usually very quiet Axis Labs has just dropped an all-new flavor for the supplement it actually added to just six months ago. The product getting the brand’s attention for the second time this year is its energy amino competitor N’Ergized Amino. Following on from its third flavor — Blue Snow Cone — launched back in April, comes a slightly more traditional taste in Cherry Limeade N’Ergized Amino. Axis Labs hasn’t wasted any time on making this one available either, as fans can already purchase it direct from the brand’s website for its usual price of $35.
As we’ve seen it do many times before, this weekend Black Skull has unveiled a handful of new products at one of its local supplement expos. The event is ExpoNutrition in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where the brand has dropped four entirely new products. The names of them are Whey, BCAA 6000, Protein 6, and 3Whey, with the expo also bringing new sizes for a bunch of Black Skull’s current supplements. While the items are all fairly straightforward, we have put together individual posts on the lot which you can see by clicking on the highlighted product titles.
What is arguably the most complex supplement Black Skull has unveiled this weekend for its local ExpoNutrition event is the protein powder Protein 6. If you’re familiar with proteins you could probably guess exactly what this one is all about, as its name does kind of spell everything out for you. Black Skull Protein 6 is basically a protein powder made up of six different protein sources.
Black Skull 3Whey is the second most complex protein powder unveiled by the Brazilian brand this weekend, second to its six source formula Protein 6. Just like Protein 6 though, as well as like all the other similarly named protein supplements, Black Skull 3Whey pretty much confirms exactly what it is right in its title.
Of the four entirely new supplements Black Skull has unveiled at 2016 ExpoNutrition in Sao Paulo, Brazil, only one of them is not a protein powder of any kind. That one supplement is BCAA 6000, which features a title reflecting formula just like the brand’s other BCAA, BCAA 3000. The product’s combination is fairly simple, each of its three tablet servings packs 6,000mg of BCAAs at the traditional 2:1:1 ratio. The supplement is essentially a concentrated version of Black Skull’s regular BCAA, although it comes in two sizes, a 120 count and a 50% larger 180 count.
Black Skull Whey is the simplest of all the supplements unveiled by the brand this weekend at ExpoNutrition. The product is a common 100% whey protein blend, much like one of the other proteins Black Skull unveiled in 3Whey, although instead of featuring three forms of protein it features one less with two. Unfortunately the brand may not surprise fans too much with this one, as its formula is very similar to one of its other proteins.