Force Factor BRX Review
Force Factor, the makers of Body Rush and Factor 2, are about to release the next product in the Body Rush Line. BRX is set to hit the stands soon and is being hyped as a pre-workout supplement that leaves out all the fillers and non-essential ingredients to provide you with a potent supplement that packs a huge punch.
Will this new supplement stand up to the popularity of other Force Factor products and can it be trusted? We’ll find out.
Force Factor has had success in the past, as Body Rush employ’s mainly amino acids and nitric oxide – two safe and highly tested substances. BRX is said to differ from the original Body Rush and Factor 2 with the addition of Creatine to a proprietary blend of Caffeine and Beta Alanine.
Creatine is a key amino acid which is naturally made by the liver and kidneys. Creatine has been shown to increase athletic performance for activities requiring quick bursts of energy by supplying energy to cells and muscle tissue.
Beta Alanine, on the other hand, is another amino acid shown to elevate carnosine levels in the body, which neutralizes excessive hydrogen ions caused during high intensity exercise and thereby decrease muscle fatigue.
Caffeine, when used in proportional dosages, is thought to mobilize fat stores and encourage muscles to utilize fat as fuel for enhanced performance in endurance sports. However, it is mainly thought to improve cogitative functions such as focus and drive.
One serving of BRX also contains over 100% of your daily value of important Thiamine, Vitamin B6 and B12. Thiamine helps to convert blood sugar to energy while B6 and B12 have been known to aid the body in metabolism.
Force Factor suggests that BRX ingredients will provide you with the right amount of energy through its powerful blend and amount of vitamins and amino acids. The company also suggests that this new supplement will be safe and rid of banned substances such as methylhexanamine.
Force Factor claims that this product will have a great, Watermelon taste, although this is hard to prove at this point since the product has not yet been released.
A full size Jar of BRX offers 40 servings for the sale price of $32.99, but the upside is that a 10-serving jar is available for just $9.99 (sale). The product isn’t yet on the Force Factor Website, but Body Rush and Body Rush 2 both have offered trial samples.
BRX appears to be a relatively safe formula. It does contain Caffeine, but the serving dosage of 100 mg is similar to what you’d find in a cup of coffee. One thing that does concern us is that while Force Factor discloses ingredients on its description of the product, the Label is vague – just giving the title of BRX Proprietary Blend without filling us in on all ingredients included.
Here’s a product that sounds good on paper. The description of the ingredients leads us to believe that this supplement might live up to its Body Rush and Factor 2 processors. With such a low cost you probably couldn’t go wrong, but until this one’s been unwrapped and reviewed we’d suggest holding out a few more weeks.