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HTLT’s sequel pre-workout now has a Non-Itch version without beta-alanine

Htlt Pre Workout 2 Non Itch

It was last week that Greg Doucette’s ever-expanding and consistent company HTLT dropped the new version of its original, well-rounded pre-workout, appropriately named Pre-Workout 2.0. The brand has made quite a few changes compared to the original, although it kept the formula balanced and supporting all of the core pre-workout benefits in energy, focus, pumps, and performance.

Interestingly, HTLT only launched Pre-Workout 2.0 in one flavor with Dragon Berry, which has since sold out. Fortunately, there is a second taste for fans to grab starting today; however, it is not just another flavor. Joining Dragon Berry is Grape Candy but featuring what the brand is calling its Non-Itch formula, where everything is exactly the same except the beta-alanine has been removed.

Htlt Pre Workout 2 Non Itch Label

Basically, HTLT has two versions of Pre-Workout 2.0; the regular with the complete, comprehensive formula, and the Non-Itch alternative without the 4.5g of beta-alanine but all of the other highlights, including 9g of pure citrulline and 1.5g of Nitrosigine. They also come in different flavors with Dragon Berry for the regular Pre-Workout 2.0 and the new Grape Candy for Pre-Workout 2.0 Non-Itch.

You can now purchase HTLT’s beta-alanine free version of Pre-Workout 2.0 straight from its online store for the same price as the one with beta-alanine at $49.99 for a tub of 20 maximum servings. As mentioned, the Dragon Berry has sold out since launching last Friday, so Pre-Workout 2.0 Non-Itch is your only option if you want to try HTLT’s still very new, one-week-old pre-workout.

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