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Super Gains Pack
Cost: Gains Pack: $12/month, Big Gains Pack: $20/month, Super Gains Pack: $28/month.
Ships To: Continental United States
Coupon Code: N/A
Super Gains Pack is a monthly box of fitness and health to achieve all kinds of super gains. The contents of the boxes depending on the type, will range from, 6-15 name brand supplement samples of various types and flavors, a full size protein/nutrition bar, a full size endurance gel or other nutritional snack, up to 2x trial size (5-10 servings) bags/tubs of supplements, a meal prep plan for a week with grocery list, a delicious high protein snack recipe with grocery list, a featured food of the month fact for fat burning, a new workout idea to try out for your home or the gym, and a Super Gains Pack sticker. You can opt for the Gains Pack ($12/month) which includes 6-8 items, the Big Gains Pack ($20/month), which includes 9-12 items or the Super Gains Pack ($28/month) which includes 13-15 items. I received the Super Gains Pack.
Super Gains Pack ships boxes out via USPS around the third Friday of every month so that you receive your new box right around the same time your new monthly subscription is re-billed.
Super Gains Pack boxes aren’t huge, but they pack them full!
Super Gains Pack doesn’t include an information card, but I so wish they did. I think it would be very helpful to have some tips on using the items and why they selected them. Regardless, the October 2015 “Super” Super Gains Pack included the following items:
~Cellucor C4 Extreme Pre-Workout (Fruit Punch and Strawberry Margarita, Orange Dreamsicle and Icy Blue Razz): C4 is a pre-workout drink. It contains 4 main ingredients (Beta Alanine, Creatine Nitrate, N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine and Caffeine) and gives you a tingly feeling as you sip it.
~3Z, Steel Nutrition N.O. Matrix, NLA Uplift and ProSupply Vanish: 3Z is designed to Fall Asleep, Stay Asleep, & Wake Up Refreshed. Steel Nutrition N.O. Matrix is an advanced pre-workout supplement with the power to ignite your mind, muscles, and workout regiment, workout after workout after workout. We received the watermelon flavored which I sampled and found to be quite good. NLA Uplift is a workout supplement for women. B’s obviously not going to try this, but I might eventually. And finally Pro Supps Vanish is a fat burning supplement. They recommend taking one pill at a time to test your tolerance which works just fine because there is only one pill in here.
~Razor8 Blast Powder, Cellucor P6 Black, Declare War on Fat Grenade, FinaFlex Stimul8 and Hammer Gel: Razor8 is a highly concentrated pre-workout stimulant. It seemed liked there were a lot of pre-workout drinks in this months package. Cellucor P6 Black is described as a “mass builder and hardcore testosterone booster with nootropic ingredients”. The Declare War on Fat Grenade is a fat-loss product that combines scientifically researched ingredients designed to target body fat and preserve maximum lean muscle. FinaFlex Stimul8 is another pre-workout drink. Hammer Gel is a raspberry energy gel. It’s syrup like and can be used alone or taken with water.
~Muscle Brownie, bpi Sports Whey HD, TurboStix, The Curse! and Alpha Amino (Lemon Lime): Of these our favorite was the muscle brownie. It was dense and better than I expected for sure. The Chocolate Cookie Shake was pretty good too.
I didn’t do a cost breakdown on this box, but it’s jam packed with items to try. You are bound to find something you enjoy and want to get more of!