Raze Energy by REPP Sports
Raze Energy Drink by REPP Sports is a high energy, lightly carbonated energy drink that is one of a host of exciting new energy drinks to land on Australian soil in 2020. Containing zero sugar, and coming in several delicious flavours, Raze Energy is a must-try for energy drink lovers
- High energy drink
- Promotes focus and mental clarity
- Zero sugar, zero calories
- Long term energy release with slow-release caffeine
If you're a lover of energy drinks Raze Energy is a must-try. This product makes an ideal choice for a mid-morning/mid-afternoon energy kick, and can even be used as a pre-workout in many circumstances. Coming in several delicious flavours, and containing a big 300mg of caffeine in every serve, this one is sure to impress.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is it?
Raze Energy Drink by REPP Sports is now available at Spartansuppz. This high energy, lightly carbonated energy drink is one of a host of exciting new energy drinks to land on Australian soil in 2020, and it's possible that Raze is the most exciting of the lot.
What Are The Key Ingredients Found In REPP Sports Raze Energy?
This product really goes above and beyond what most would expect from an energy drink such as Red Bull. Raze contains 300mg of caffeine in both fast and slow acting sources, which delivers smooth longer-lasting energy for a prolonged period.
In addition to this, we also get a unique nootropic blend featuring Alpha GPC, a popular ingredient in pre-workout formulas, known for its ability to increase mental focus and clarity.
Finally, we also see the addition of electrolytes to promote hydration and added amino acids for muscle recovery, and uncommon, but massive addition to an energy drink.
Final Thoughts On REPP Sports Raze Energy
Overall, REPP Sports have gone above and beyond what is to be expected in an energy drink. Their addition of electrolytes and amino acids is a great addition to separate them from traditional service station options.
Should I Take Anything Else for Best Results?
If you are taking this before training, adding some creatine into the mix would be a great addition.