PRE is THE FIRST EVER ENERGY system. Meaning you will move from formula A to formula B and so on to prevent any long lasting fatigue.
In short, no you do not have to cycle off of PRE. It was designed to maximize the benefits of the system while keeping your body safe. Other products in this category you should cycle on/off but that is hard to know when that is needed. PRE helps your body take breaks periodically from stimulants, to protect your bodies’ hormone glands from being overwhelmed and over stimulated, which would lead to overall fatigue and reduced performance. PRE is safe to use.
Version C of PRE is completely sage to use during pregnancy and during nursing. It is not however a substitute for your prescribed prenatal vitamins and supplements. We do not recommend using Series A, B or D during pregnancy or while nursing.
With the Sampler Box you will alternate Series each day. For example Take Series A for today, and for your tomorrow take Version B, and so on and so forth!
The Tingle comes from one primarily ingredient, Beta-Alanine. If you are using our Pre you will absolutely look forward to the tingle that Beta-Alanine creates! What Beta-Alanine is doing is, it is increasing blood flow to your muscles and skin getting all parts of your body ready for your day.
If you are working out it is removing Lactate from your muscles, which causes your muscles to fatigue faster, and also makes you sore after your workout! If you want to work out longer, have greater endurance, and improved power and less pain after your workout.
With the Sampler Box, its best to change daily!
15-20 Min prior to your activity
If you are drinking coffee daily, or drinking energy drinks daily, you absolutely should use PRE daily. Its ingredients are far superior to coffee and other energy brand drinks.
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