Why Choose Fusion Sports Performance?

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Why Choose Fusion Sports Performance?

 Let’s face facts here. In the year 2019, there are almost an unlimited amount of options for the consumer when it comes to choosing what supplements to purchase.  Some are very cheap, some are very expensive, but most of the market falls within the same price range, give or take a few bucks. You have your big chain stores like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe, or your local, smaller, supplement stores. Walmart even carries supplements, and at a very cheap price. There’s websites like bodybuilding.com, tigerfitness.com and others that give you an endless amount of options.  And then there’s Amazon, where you can find anything you can think of, supplements included.

 So with all those options, why choose Fusion Sports Performance?

 The short answer is honesty. Let’s first take a look at some other brands (without naming names) and then do a comparison. Generally, anything you buy that is cheap, is cheap for a reason. Let’s take pre-workouts, for example. Caffeine is the cheapest ingredient for a supplement company to put in their products.  That’s just a fact of the industry.  So it is easy to load a product with caffeine, at a very low manufacturing cost, and sell it at any price point. And since it’s caffeine, and caffeine works, people think the pre-workout they just spent $20-$40 on is actually working. That’s not always the case. If all you want is that big kick of caffeine, then I’d recommend you don’t spend your money on a pre-workout at all.  You can get the exact same effect from coffee, energy drinks, or even caffeine pills (the cheapest option).  But a pre-workout should be so much more than just caffeine.

 It is generally agreed upon that a solid pre-workout should accomplish the following things:

  • Energy

  • Focus

  • Pump

  • Endurance

  • Euphoria

  • And perhaps even a slight strength gain.

 Super Soldier Pre Workout hits all those marks. 

  • Caffeine Anhydrous for that quick hit of energy.

  • Infinergy (Di Caffeine Malate) for a slower released form of caffeine, to prevent crash.

  • L-Citrulline Malate for muscular endurance, improving performance, reducing muscle soreness and fatigue, and increasing blood flow for an increase in Nitric Oxide levels (Pump).

  • L-Arginine to also increase blood flow and convert to Nitric Oxide, and in combination with L-Citrulline Malate, rapidly increases that NO bioavailability.

  • Beta Alanine to also increase muscular endurance, and also to increase performance in high intensity cardiovascular events, such as sprinting or cycling.

  • Betaine Anhydrous to further improve muscular endurance, as well as increase strength (over time) and increase GH (growth hormone) and IGF1 (Insulin like growth factor) production.

  • L-Tyrosine to improve cognition and focus during high intensity exercise. It also increases the brain’s production noradrenaline and dopamine, which increases attention and cognitive performance. Lastly, it reduces the perception of stress during exercise.

 Another way some companies try to cheat the consumer is by severely underdosing ingredients. This is called “pixie dusting.” If you’ve ever seen the documentary “Bigger, Stronger, Faster” by Chris Bell, then you’re familiar with this. Hiding behind a proprietary blend, companies can put as much, or usually as little, of an ingredient that they want. Say, for example, there’s L-Citrulline Malate within the proprietary blend. The studied effective dose of L-Citrulline Malate is 6-8g per servings. Since it’s a proprietary blend, they don’t need to tell you how much is actually in there. So if the total proprietary blend has 7g in it, and there’s several ingredients within that blend, you can do the simple math and figure out that you aren’t getting 6g of L-Citrulline Malate. This is a very common practice. People can claim that it’s some secret formula and they don’t want people to steal it. That is a lie. Proprietary blends exist for one reason, and one reason only: Profit. It is expensive to fully dose several good ingredients. It is very cheap to sprinkle a little bit in there, just so you can say you have the ingredient in the bottle. Don’t be fooled by this. Even if you don’t buy any products from Fusion Sports Performance, at the very least, buy from a company that is transparent in their labeling. 

 All of this brings us back to honesty. We fully dose our products. Take a look at the label on our Super Soldier pre-workout. Nothing hidden, nothing underdosed. Sure, we don’t use any sexy stimulants, but that’s on purpose. Many products containing ingredients like DMAA and DMHA (and others) are being pulled from the market. The FDA is claiming them unsafe.  Whether or not they truly are unsafe, we don’t know yet. And since we don’t know, we didn’t want to risk someone’s health while using our products. So we only use tested and proven ingredients, and we feel we’ve hit a homerun with the combination of these ingredients in their proper doses in Super Soldier Pre Workout.

 Try it out and let us know what you think. We fully stand behind our products with a 30 day money back guarantee. No pixie dusting, no lying, no underdosing. Just everything you need in a pre-workout that will have you Fueled By Fusion.

Marat Shikhris, Owner/CEO


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