PRE-WORKOUT SUPPLEMENT without sweeteners - any recommendations?

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    PRE-WORKOUT SUPPLEMENT without sweeteners - any recommendations?

    Can anyone recommend a pre-workout supplement which does not have sweeteners?

    Recently I purchased the Gold Standard Pre workout by Optimum Nutrition because it had quite good reviews. And I have to admit, works really well however it is too sweet for me. And I don't think that ingredient is necessary.

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    Cup of good strong coffee is a very good alternative, mix in some lucine (I think, would have to double check) and you'll even get the tingles. Ghost brand warhead line is nice and tart (black cherry is my favorite). Beyond Raw flavors are fantastic and the caffeine will give you a good hours worth of burn but it is a bit sweet as well.

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      #3
      water.
      eggs and a banana

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        #4
        Sometimes I used drink Monster White, unlucky now I do not find it in "my" supermarkets. The other energy drinks are too sweet.

        Since (at least) two work out are quite dementing, I am starting to use a pre-workout. I am not a specific preference on bands. Now I am trying the My Protein pre-workout. I have mango-passion fruit taste. First time, the taste was strange. The other times, I find it more "traditional" and sweet, but no to much sweet

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          #5
          If you take coffee w milk normally...unflavored whey protein basically mixes into a strange milkish substance. Put that into a coffee and mix well?

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            #6
            Before: Espresso (Turquino Lavado), smallish, black, no sugar. Water.
            After: Breakfast (muesli) and a whey(organic, no additves)-shake with a banana.

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              #7
              I usually have 3 cups of black coffee and toast, this week a bought Cliff Builder bar peanut butter flavour. for before the gym at 7:30am twice a week of heavy lifting. If I have time like on Sunday I'll have Alpen muesli with cashews, walnuts, 4 dates 2 prunes, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, ground chia and flax seeds, 2% fortified milk.

              My Gym only recently opened, I go Tuesday and Thursdays at 7:30, also my apartment building Gym recently opened so go Sunday at 10am (only earliest time available) so I can have my Alpen (unsweetened). Getting back to strength training after several lock-downs.

              Edit: The Cliff bars didn't make any difference and eating one at 6am was horrid.

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                #8
                I drink a Bang!
                Zero calories, carbs, sugar, colors. 40mg sodium. 300mg caffeine.
                It's great.

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                  #9
                  patischof that is very dependent on where you live and what you are buying. For example around where I live I can just run over to Wal-Mart and grab Nature Valley for most of my generic vitamins, For a multi I would recommend doing research on whichever one you are looking at and check into vitamin balance (some don't play well together) and third party verification.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by patischof
                    Where I can buy some good vitamins?
                    In Canada from our supermarket we buy Jamieson 100% complete there's women's and men's and for also for over 50. We buy Webber Naturals as well, like for wild Alaskan salmon oil.

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