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    WHITE FLOOD thoughts/review


    Received a sample of this recently. Led me to order a 100 serving tub. I've tried an assortment of PWO's, including most of the more popular ones. I've found ones that i like quite a bit (Jack3d for instance) n have alternated among them, every now n then trying something new out of the plethora of choices these days. WF, at least based off that intitial use/training session is the best I have experienced so far. Funny thing is, it was in the morning n even with a PWO boost mornings are never optimal for me as far as weight training goes. Within minutes I felt the rush (or should i say flood lol) of energy, at first i was thinking- "hope this doesn't rise n fall fast..."- not at all- it shifted into an ultra-smooth/clean n steady energy flow that lasted for a good while after my workout ended, n with a minimum if not complete absence of stim side effects (the former i experienced with Jack3d but not the latter). During the workout, the pumps were hard n full (I had yet to eat anything that day also) vascularity is something i experience readily anyway but it was enhanced more than usual I noticed; namely veins appeared larger/fuller as opposed to just appearing. The thing I think that sets this apart too is a calm/happy focus n greatly enhanced mind-muscle connection. I could really lock into the correct form more easily n really feel n innervate the muscle groups I was targeting...furthermore i was just feeling really happy to be working out in the morning before work...all n all a bodybuilder's joy. Sometimes using preworkouts feels like you are perhaps enhancing your training n results but at some cost to general health potentially, let's face it some just feel unhealthy when all is said n done. It seems WF isn't overly reliant on just hitting the user hard with stims, it feels clean n healthy, n seems more well-rounded than that. There is an antioxidant complex n few other PWO's have taken into consideration the importance of coupling this with N.O. boosting ingredients, not to mention it saves one the trouble/expense of having to add a separate product for this. It requires one to stack in creatine if they want it, but on the other hand it gives you option to leave it out/cycle off, n it is very effective without containing this "staple" ingredient. Lastly, no needless n harmful artificial dyes, always refreshing to see... it is argued that supp drinks being bright n colorful is good marketing, well for me thats a good way to shy away if not lose my business! They are estrogenic n place undue stress on the liver so WHY are they so heavily laden in so many BB supps?? Oh yeah, marketing/cha ching apparently lol. Im not a lil fkn kid, n for that matter i wouldnt give my kid foods that contain that crap. Replace the sucralose with stevia n thatd be even more idea lol, but that brings me to my last point of praise (regardless of that lol)- WF tastes great, n I received the fruit punch flavor, n i fkn hate fruit punch flavors usually haha. CL- good job, im looking forward to running the tub i have on the way (white raspberry, if the fp tasted good this must really be good i figure/hope), hope the effects stay on par with that initial dose, cuz if so I think i found my match as far as PWO's go, something i can settle down with n use all the time.

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    Thanks for the review! As with any preworkout supplement with stims, if you feel you start to go over recommended dosage...simply take 2-4 weeks off to let your body lose some of the tolerance you have built up.

    That way when you get back on WF it will be fully effective once again
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    No prob, im always happy to report on good experiences with things like this. Had had my eye on WF for a long time, why i waited so long to try idk. Yeah, thanks, i know that to be good advice concerning stims. WF is obviously potent in that department, my tolerance is fairly high to stims to begin with it seems, but like i said it feels "clean", both while the effects are being exerted n after they subside, whatever/however this is, it is good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcell22 View Post
    No prob, im always happy to report on good experiences with things like this. Had had my eye on WF for a long time, why i waited so long to try idk. Yeah, thanks, i know that to be good advice concerning stims. WF is obviously potent in that department, my tolerance is fairly high to stims to begin with it seems, but like i said it feels "clean", both while the effects are being exerted n after they subside, whatever/however this is, it is good
    That's my favorite aspect of WF. It is unique for me in that I have never had as good focus on any other preworkout supplement, and on top of that it does it all with steady clean energy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcell22 View Post
    Received a sample of this recently. Led me to order a 100 serving tub. I've tried an assortment of PWO's, including most of the more popular ones. I've found ones that i like quite a bit (Jack3d for instance) n have alternated among them, every now n then trying something new out of the plethora of choices these days. WF, at least based off that intitial use/training session is the best I have experienced so far. Funny thing is, it was in the morning n even with a PWO boost mornings are never optimal for me as far as weight training goes. Within minutes I felt the rush (or should i say flood lol) of energy, at first i was thinking- "hope this doesn't rise n fall fast..."- not at all- it shifted into an ultra-smooth/clean n steady energy flow that lasted for a good while after my workout ended, n with a minimum if not complete absence of stim side effects (the former i experienced with Jack3d but not the latter). During the workout, the pumps were hard n full (I had yet to eat anything that day also) vascularity is something i experience readily anyway but it was enhanced more than usual I noticed; namely veins appeared larger/fuller as opposed to just appearing. The thing I think that sets this apart too is a calm/happy focus n greatly enhanced mind-muscle connection. I could really lock into the correct form more easily n really feel n innervate the muscle groups I was targeting...furthermore i was just feeling really happy to be working out in the morning before work...all n all a bodybuilder's joy. Sometimes using preworkouts feels like you are perhaps enhancing your training n results but at some cost to general health potentially, let's face it some just feel unhealthy when all is said n done. It seems WF isn't overly reliant on just hitting the user hard with stims, it feels clean n healthy, n seems more well-rounded than that. There is an antioxidant complex n few other PWO's have taken into consideration the importance of coupling this with N.O. boosting ingredients, not to mention it saves one the trouble/expense of having to add a separate product for this. It requires one to stack in creatine if they want it, but on the other hand it gives you option to leave it out/cycle off, n it is very effective without containing this "staple" ingredient. Lastly, no needless n harmful artificial dyes, always refreshing to see... it is argued that supp drinks being bright n colorful is good marketing, well for me thats a good way to shy away if not lose my business! They are estrogenic n place undue stress on the liver so WHY are they so heavily laden in so many BB supps?? Oh yeah, marketing/cha ching apparently lol. Im not a lil fkn kid, n for that matter i wouldnt give my kid foods that contain that crap. Replace the sucralose with stevia n thatd be even more idea lol, but that brings me to my last point of praise (regardless of that lol)- WF tastes great, n I received the fruit punch flavor, n i fkn hate fruit punch flavors usually haha. CL- good job, im looking forward to running the tub i have on the way (white raspberry, if the fp tasted good this must really be good i figure/hope), hope the effects stay on par with that initial dose, cuz if so I think i found my match as far as PWO's go, something i can settle down with n use all the time.
    AMAZING detail, awesome review... this is how all review should be! Great job man.

    I agree with you guys, the energy kick is super clean, not jittery and no crash... a win win situation
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