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That1LegMonster joins Project #1 and is bringing back his Rising Labs pre-workout under the partnership

Project 1 Nutrition Bringing Back Rising Labs Overkill

Years ago, the fitness influencer and powerlifter KC Mitchell, better known by his social media handle That1LegMonster, had his very own brand of supplements. That brand was called Rising Labs, and it had a relatively extensive selection of products, all packing advanced and effective formulas, with the likes of Primitive, Fortitude, and the protein powder Mongrel. At some point, Rising Labs was discontinued although one of the items from the brand is now being resurrected.

KC Mitchell, That1LegMonster, has announced he has partnered with Project #1 Nutrition and is excitingly bringing back the stimulant-powered pre-workout from Rising Labs. The young brand has shared a sneak peek at its version of Overkill, again, all in partnership with the original creator of Rising Labs and Overkill. In true teaser fashion, the brand has not shared what’s in the upcoming Project #1 Overkill, just a first look at the front of its tub, which does include some details.

Project #1 Nutrition is promising strong energy, clarity, focus, and endurance in its return of That1LegMonster’s Overkill pre-workout, although based on the serving size, we’re guessing it’s going to be an all-out stimulant beast. The single serving size of the supplement is just 4.45g or 8.9g for two. That is certainly not a lot of room if you’re looking for solid dosages of things like citrulline, beta-alanine, and maybe tyrosine. That’s why we suspect it’ll mainly be stimulants, as an 8.9g serving for those sorts of ingredients is indeed plenty of space.

Project #1 Nutrition and That1LegMonster’s upcoming Overkill pre-workout sounds like it’ll be making its way to market shortly, with full details on what’s in it either coming in the lead-up to that availability or alongside its official launch. Interestingly, the flavor of the Project #1 version of Overkill is going to be called Wolf Blood, the same as the taste of the last iteration of Overkill from two or three years ago, back when it was under Rising Labs.

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