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Seventh Gear sequel adds elevATP and increases betaine, choline and alpha-GPC

Axe And Sledge Seventh Gear V2

Axe and Sledge Supplements has a few pre-workouts on the market and they all have their point of difference. There is the original stimulant product Ignition Switch, the stimulant-free pump formulas Hydraulic and Pumpies, and the higher stimulant pre-workout Seventh Gear. The last supplement on that list is getting a revamp for 2022, although the brand hasn’t made too many changes.

Seventh Gear V2, as it’s being referred to, has all of the same ingredients as its predecessor except for Creatine MagnaPower. Axe and Sledge has taken out the source of creatine and added the premium performance and endurance ingredient elevATP at a full 150mg to support similar areas as the creatine in strength, power, and performance.

Axe and Sledge has also increased the dosages of a handful of Seventh Gear’s original ingredients, with 25% more betaine at 2.5g in a maximum serving, 50% more alpha-GPC at 300mg, and double the choline bitartrate to half a gram. Everything else from the previous Seventh Gear has remained, including a solid 350mg of caffeine with another 50mg of Infinergy di-caffeine malate and 100mg of TeaCrine.

Axe and Sledge’s 2022 edition of its Seventh Gear pre-workout essentially has more to enhance mental focus, thanks to the increased amounts of alpha-GPC and choline bitartrate. The performance and endurance side of the product looks to be improved as well with the addition of elevATP plus the other consistent supporting ingredients, betaine now at 2.5g, and a full 3.2g of beta-alanine.

Seventh Gear V2 will be out and available sometime soon by the sounds of things, and if it’s like any of the Axe and Sledge’s other releases, you’ll be able to purchase it first through its website. The first Seventh Gear is still in stock at and costs $46.95 for a tub of 30 servings, which we have to imagine will remain the price or at least be similar in the sequel pre-workout.