Quick Fire Review
Before you spend too much on your next pre workout supplement order, you need to take a look at Quick Fire by ProLab. Quick Fire is an inexpensive workout supplement that is turning quite a few heads.
If you are looking for a pre workout supplements that is not going to bankrupt you, you might like Quick Fire. According to the makers of Quick Fire, their product will:
• Intensify your workout, boosting energy and alertness
• Increase pumps and gains
• Enhance recovery and reduce fatigue
So what makes Quick Fire by ProLabs so special? Let’s find out.
What Makes Quick Fire Unique?
If you ask any gym rat what the biggest downside to most pre workout powders is and they will probably tell you it is the taste. Quick Fire, according to some users, is a good testing pre workout supplement powder.
Quick fire comes in two flavors: Blue Razz and Fruit Punch. Users are directed to mix one scoop into 8-12 fl. Oz. of water 30 minutes before workouts.
Another unique feature about Quick Fire is that it is completely creatine-free. This may be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on whom you ask. The thing about creatine is that although it has been prove to build muscle and increase muscle pumps, it generally comes with a price. Most creatine consumers have to deal with side effects such as bloating, muscle cramps and dehydration.
Lastly, when someone takes a look at Quick Fire, they are generally amazed at the price. You can get a bottle of Quick Fire for under ten bucks. This is slightly deceiving because a single bottle only contains 10 servings, but that should still last you 2 weeks. Over the course of a month, you should only expect to be paying under $20. That’s not a bad price for a pre workout product.
Does Quick Fire Work?
Price doesn’t matter if a supplement yields no results. Since we already know Quick Fire is creatine-free, let’s take a closer look at what it does contain and see if it sill work for you. Along with many other ingredients, here are just a few worth mentioning.
Arginine: Quick Fire utilized L-arginine and Arginine AKG, both of which have been shown to promote muscle growth. Arginine works by increasing nitric oxide in the blood, which allows for greater nutrient delivery to muscle tissue.
Beta Alanine: This ingredient has been tested a few times by researchers during high endurance activities like biking and running. According to studies, beta alanine has been proven to increase endurance and reduce muscle fatigue.
Caffeine: Caffeine, along with Green Tea (also in Quick Fire) have been studies and shown to be an effective duo at boosting energy and promoting greater brain function.
These ingredients, along with many others are found in a massive 8.9-gram proprietary blend. This means you are likely to experience these results despite them being concealed in a proprietary blend.
What We Recommend
From related experiences that we have come across, Quick Fire does not appear to be the most effective pre workout supplement, but at the price listed it certainly packs a large bang for the buck.
We recommend Quick Fire to anybody looking for an inexpensive alternative to the high quality, high cost pre workout products.