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Complex Culture goes from clothing to supplements with its pre-workout Lucid

Complex Culture Lucid Pre Workout

Complex Culture is one of the more recent newcomers in the world of sports nutrition, which started out in fitness apparel and is now taking on the supplement industry with a comprehensive pre-workout packed full of reliable ingredients and effective dosages. The name of the brand’s first and currently only product is the pre-workout Lucid in the traditional flavored powder format, and considering this is Complex Culture’s foray into sports nutrition, it’s brought together a rather well-rounded supplement.

As mentioned, Complex Culture’s Lucid is a balanced offering featuring components for all of your core pre-workout benefits, from energy and focus through to pumps and performance. The brand has taken a completely transparent approach, so you know exactly how much of each ingredient you get to deliver on those promises and benefits, and the dosages are respectable, making for a great-looking formula on paper.

Complex Culture Lucid Label

Complex Culture plans to drive muscle pumps and performance with 6g of straight citrulline in a maximum serving, 2g of GlycerPump glycerol, 3g of betaine, and a gram of agmatine, clearly leaning more to the pump side of the experience than performance. Taking care of the sensory benefits in the supplement for enhanced energy and focus is a solid 1.5g of tyrosine, 40mcg of huperzine a, 370mg of eria jarenesis, a respectable 350mg of caffeine, and for slightly smoother energy, an equal 350mg of theanine.

Again, considering the pre-workout Lucid is Complex Culture’s first sports nutrition product, the team has done a solid job, and if you’d like to purchase a tub and give it a run, it is in stock and available for purchase directly at at a reasonable $40 for a bottle of 20 full servings. The newcomer does also gives those interested in trying its debut supplement a chance to save some money if they buy two bottles, with a two-pack at $75, or $37.50 each, with only the one Snow Come flavor at the moment.