Spike Shooter is a lethal energy drink. Why? Because in my opinion, it kills the competition – Red Bull, Monster Energy, XS, Rockstar, SoBe, VPX’s Redline – you name it – all these energy drinks just became a thing of the past.
Spike Shooter is like iPod of energy drinks. Sure, before iPod was unleashed, the market was already flooded with MP3 players, but once it was out, it left others in the dust. I feel the same may happen with Spike Shooter. Run and hide Red Bull, run and hide…
Spike Shooter is addictive. I am not kidding. If you are prone to become attached easily to novel, quality products – you should stop reading this right now – do not think you can try Spike Shooter only once and simply walk away from it.
So what is so special about this product? Although it says on the bottle “the high-speed energy drink“, it is a lot more than just that. It stimulates your mind and elevates your mood. It may give you a mental clarity you never thought you could experience.
In addition, this energy drink delivers a clean, crisp energy without any jitters – no down-regulation of receptors that are common to the supplements of this kind.
If these claims sound outrageous, they have to be, because there are no published scientific studies to prove any of them. To make matters worse, the creator [Biotest] of Spike Shooter is tight-lipped about the formula.
Thus, all I can offer you is my personal experience.
I felt pretty awesome for good 5 hours – mental clarity, concentration, and energy were abundantly present during my workout. I probably had one of the best workouts of my life – that is saying a lot considering my experience.
Apparently, the secret behind Spike Shooter is not caffeine. “No one else in the world has access to the power ingredients…a patent has been filed and I’ll keep the formula-activation secret out of the public domain forever. Like the secret Coke formula…”- says Biotest.
Spike Shooter energy drink contains zero carbohydrates, no calories or sugar. In addition to a secret formula, it has 1000 mcg B12 (methylcobalamin), undisclosed amounts of caffeine anhydrous, N-acetyl-L-tyrosine and Yohimbine HCl.
Before taking any supplements, always consult with your physician.