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Finaflex moves to full transparency for Stimul8 2.0 and keeps the formula centered around energy and focus

Finaflex Stimul8 2

Engage is Finaflex’s premium competitor in the pre-workout space, featuring a short set of five ingredients, but it has squeezed them in at some impressive dosages. A serving of the supplement packs 8g of citrulline malate, 10.5g of creatine monohydrate, 3.2g of beta-alanine, alpha-GPC at another huge amount in 1.2g, and 360mg of caffeine. Shortly, the brand is following that up with a refreshed version of its original, more stimulant-powered pre-workout Stimul8.

The upcoming Stimul8 2.0 will be very much like Finaflex’s previous iterations of the supplement in that the formula is centered around an intense combination of energy and focus. It does have one ingredient that goes beyond those benefits with the ever-present, performance-powering beta-alanine at 3.2g per serving, with the rest of the formula driving that classic Stimul8 experience.

Finaflex Stimul8 2 Label

Finaflex’s Stimul8 2.0 has many of the same stimulating components as its predecessor, but one thing fans will notice immediately looking at the facts panel above is there is no longer a proprietary blend in play. The brand has moved to complete transparency, telling you exactly how much of each entry you get per serving. That includes a half gram of phenylalanine, 600mg of alpha-GPC, a milligram of alpha yohimbine, and a strong caffeine combination providing 340mg.

Stimul8 2.0 is still going to be more cost-effective than Engage, which sits at $49.99 for a tub of 20 servings, while the latest version of Stimul8 will have 50% more servings at 30 and be 20% cheaper at $39.99, working out close to half the price per serving. The supplement will be hitting all of the Finaflex’s many retail partners across the country as well as its own online store with four flavors to choose from in Granny Apple, Blue Ice, Rainforest Punch, and Sweet Cherry.