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Hosstile creates a more value-focused pre-workout in partnership with Sam Sulek

Hosstile Hosstility Foundation Pre Workout

Something that’s become a bit of a trend in strategy over the last few years, alongside the surge in premium pre-workouts, is a more cost-effective offering, something in around the $30 mark, or at least closer to it, with a value-focused formula to match. The team at Hosstile has introduced its take on that sort of supplement with a spin-off of its signature pre-workout Hosstility under the Sam Sulek Signature Series, titled Hosstility Foundation.

Hosstile’s all-new Hosstility Foundation pre-workout, featuring a seal of approval from the hugely popular bodybuilding influencer Sam Sulek, is somewhat similar to the regular version of Hosstility. It has a slightly simpler set of ingredients without as many components supporting performance, power, and focus, but it still has plenty in there for a reliably enhanced workout, packing improved muscle pumps, hydration, endurance, drive, and energy.

Hosstile Hosstility Foundation Pre Workout Label

You can see the completely transparent facts panel for Hosstility Foundation in the image above, with several ingredients and dosages found in Hosstility, such as 6g of pure citrulline, 2.5g of betaine, 2g of taurine, double the tyrosine, also at 2g, and the same combined 300mg of caffeine from caffeine anhydrous and Infinergy di-caffeine malate. The only component you get in Hosstility Foundation that’s not in Hosstility is beta-alanine at 3.2g, although the original does have other ingredients for that purpose in a full 2g of the PeakO2 mushroom blend and 3g of creatine.

With the less advanced formula in Hosstility Foundation does come a more cost-effective price tag, which as mentioned, plays into that trend of value-focused pre-workouts. While Hosstile’s original Hosstility sits at $49.99, Hosstility Foundation, in its one Blue Shark Gummy flavor, comes in at $42.99, although the price difference is bigger than it appears. The brand has put 30 servings into Sam Sulek’s Foundation spin-off, so if you want to compare the cost per serving to Hosstility, it works out to be about 43% cheaper.