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Like A Pro changes its approach in Behemoth but it’ll still be a loaded pre-workout

Update on Like A Pro Behemoth Pre Workout

Like A Pro Supplements gained a lot of attention in October of last year when it announced the pre-workout or performance-based supplement Behemoth 60. It wasn’t the category or benefits the product is designed to deliver that had everyone tuning in; it was the fact the upcoming supplement has an absolutely impressive 60g of active ingredients, including some absolutely huge and never-before-seen dosages.

The key components originally said to be in Behemoth 60 were double the usual 5g of creatine monohydrate to 10g for strength and size, 10g of pure citrulline for pumps, another 10g of GlycerSize glycerol, a huge 5g of the PeakO2 performance blend, 5g of betaine, 5g of tyrosine for focus, and finally, 10g of the premium carbohydrate, highly-branched cyclic dextrin.

As you can see, Like A Pro Supplements’ Behemoth 60 is genuinely a behemoth, and it is still happening, and not only is it now closer to launch than ever, the brand has passed on an update and an image. Like A Pro did say, the initial combination of ingredients and dosages may not necessarily be in the final version, and as you can see in the graphic above, it has 30 servings at 33.6g each, not enough for 60g of actives.

Like A Pro Supplements has revealed, the approach to the Behemoth that’ll be launching sometime soon is more of a well-rounded premium pre-workout. It is going to have ten main ingredients, none of them carbohydrates, and all at maximum dosages, some never seen before, like the original Behemoth 60 concept. It will also have stimulants in the mix, adding an energy aspect that wasn’t previously there and, again, making it a complete pre-workout.

The timeframe provided for when fans of Like A Pro Supplements and pre-workout enthusiasts around the world will be able to get their hands on the powerhouse Behemoth pre-workout is sometime in the Spring. That is several weeks away in March, but significantly closer than when we first heard about the promising product three months ago in October.