Kill It Reloaded takes things up a notch for 5% Nutrition

5% Nutrition is launching an all-new pre-workout supplement tomorrow, that as previously confirmed, is called Kill It Reloaded. It is not replacing the original Kill It pre-workout, it is instead going to be available alongside it as a stronger, more intense alternative.

What is it

Based on the formula behind 5% Nutrition’s Kill It Reloaded, it looks like this one overall, is going to be a more complete experience compared to Kill It. It does feature a lot of the same ingredients or types of ingredients, as well as a number of new ingredients mostly in the area mental focus and pumps.

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Formula

5% Nutrition’s Kill It Reloaded formula is broken down into four groups of ingredients. The biggest ones are its creatine and pump blends, with the former packing 2g of creatine anhydrous, 400mg of Creatine MagnaPower, and 100mg of creatine pyruvate. Then for pumps you have 4g of pure citrulline, 2.5g of the new GlycerPump glycerol, 2g of taurine, 150mg of norvaline, and 2g of beta-alanine.

Filling out the other half of Kill It Reloaded are all of its ingredients for energy and mental focus. For its Nootropic Blend 5% Nutrition has gone with 100mg of theanine, 250mg of choline bitartrate, and 100mcg of huperzine A. Lastly is the pre-workout’s Stim Blend supplying a total of 325mg of caffeine from three sources of caffeine in caffeine anhydrous, citrate, and Infinergy dicaffeine malate.

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Price and flavors

5% Nutrition plans on officially launching its latest and greatest pre-workout competitor sometime tomorrow. It’ll be available first through its own online store at rich-piana.com with an only slightly higher price than the original Kill It at $36.95.

Regarding size and flavors, like most of 5% Nutrition’s products, fans of the brand are not going to be short on options with Kill It Reloaded. The new pre-workout is going to pack a total of 30 servings per tub and come in four flavors with Cherry, Watermelon, Blue Raspberry, and Fruit Punch.

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