I'll admit I was a little doubtful if it would give me the same energy as a Rockstar or Red Bull. Luckily I was wrong and it actually was tremendously better than the "others". It comes in a small package that is handy to carry around in your purse or gym bag. Throw a couple in your car and all you have to do is add it to water. No more empty cans in my car either - bonus! I made sure to drink it 20 minutes before my workout and I could feel the change in my body. There was no energy spike and then crashing. It's a gradual energy increase that is perfect for exercising. I love that it doesn't over stimulate your body either. When I drank Rockstar my speech actually became slurred, it was scary! With Vega Sport there's no caffeine headaches and I never have trouble getting to sleep at night when I work out in the afternoon/evening.
My two cousins who are both teenage boys, play a lot of sports. I always hated them seeing me drink an energy drink when I would preach to them to stay away from it. After my cousins hockey game the other weekend I gave him one of the Vega Sport packages to try out. The next day I got a text (rarely happens lol) saying "I love this stuff! and where can I get more?". This cousin is 16 years old and is devoted to a healthy body and fitness. He said he couldn't believe the energy it gave him and he was able to achieve a full workout session at the gym and all while never losing his endurance.
My Rating: 5 STARS
Benefits of Vega Sport Pre-Workout Energizer
- Instant energy and slow burning fuel
- No crashing!
- Organic sprouted brown rice syrup enters the blood stream quickly (due to high GI index) and gives you instant energy.
- Organic palm nectar provides slow released energy (due to low GI index) = no spike no crash
- Convenient packages
- Two flavors: Acai Berry and Lemon Lime
- Tastes similar to a berry or lime iced tea
- Equal or less in price to other energy drinks
- It's a blend of 13 plant-based ingredients
Do you require an energy drink before you workout? Or do you enjoy having one every once in a while?
I'm curious to know how you build up your energy before exercising.