First off I want to thank BodyWell Nutrition for the samples and Big Stew for taking the time to see to it they got sent out. This review is well over due because I had misplaced the samples and forgot about them. I am ashamed at that because I like to give reviews on all samples I receive. That said, here we go...
BodyWell Nutrition First Order is an excellent pre-workout fatigue delay, energizing supplement that from what I have seen lives up to it's claims. You can read more about it and purchase it at this link:
They sent me 2 of each of the 3 flavors:
I've used both packs of Fruit Punch and Lemonade this week and am ready to review. I'm saving the Orange for this weekend.
Without giving an in depth review of what each of the ingredients in FO did for me I am going to do a simple summary review instead.
The Beta Alanine in FO is for sure to be enough per serving. I noticed the tingles on every workout where I used it. The other ingredients combined server to work together to make the product do just what it claims to do. It fueled me up both physically and mentally and gave me mad endurance to finish sets in my workouts and to go extra distance at a faster pace when used during cardio.
I am impressed to say the least. I honestly didn't expect the results to be as good as they were. I'm still not crazy about the price of the stuff even after the price cut earlier this year but I can tell you that I am thinking about it. If they can drop the price even more I'll be picking up a tub for sure. Price per serving really matters to me but when a product works as well as this one does it certainly deserves consideration despite cost. The price is my only gripe about FO, everything else has been positive. Certainly the price of the samples was right on
I am looking forward to sampling my 2 packs of Orange this weekend. One will be used tonight for cardio and the other will be used tomorrow for my Chest workout.
BodyWell Nutrition has put together a simple yet very effective product here that gives a solid and consistent result to the consumer. If you haven't given it a try, it is worth a look to see what your missing.