Alpha Fury Review
What You Should Know
Alpha Fury by BioQuest is a pre-workout shake that packs quite the caffeine punch. For every serving of the shake, bodybuilders are taking 300 mg of caffeine. That is more caffeine than the average person needs in a day, let alone a dieter or bodybuilding sensitive to caffeine. Chances of having negative side effects increase the more sensitive the user is to stimulants. If the bodybuilder is used to taking huge amounts of caffeine, this supplement will not likely cause jitters or shakes, but it could cause the user to crash within a few hours. Caffeine lasts 12 hours in the human body, so after 6 hours there is still 150 mg of caffeine left to be processed. If Alpha Fury is taken after lunch time, it could affect sleep cycle preventing the body from entering deep sleep and causing fatigue the following day.
We found a list of ingredients, but no testimonials. BioQuest supplements are associated with ProSource magazine. Supplements available on the website are not designed for dieting or weight loss.
List of Ingredients
GlycoCarn, Glucuronolactone, Caffeine (as Guarana), Beta Alanine, Soy Lecithin, Waxy Maize, Sulbutiamine, Huperzine A.
Caffeine is one of the ingredients we look for in a weight loss supplement. Clinical studies prove caffeine increases metabolism and calorie burn. The dieter also benefits from increased energy, but there is a downside to caffeine. Sensitivity to caffeine varies from one dieter to the next. In many cases, bodybuilding supplements are packed with more caffeine than the average dieter takes in an entire day. Taking too much caffeine can cause common side effects like jitters and shakes and rare side effects like heart palpitations, muscle cramping and death.
AlphaFury is not designed for dieters. The term “alpha” refers to alpha-male. This supplement contains ingredients to push the bodybuilder beyond normal limits of energy and function during a weight training workout. This is not the support the average dieter is looking for to make it through 60 minutes on the elliptical.
- All ingredients are listed on the BioQuest website.
- Bodybuilders will feel a surge of energy.
- Caffeine is proven to boost metabolism.
- Not designed for dieters.
- Could cause negative side effects like jitters, shakes and nausea.
- Contains no appetite suppressant.
- No testimonials listed on the official website.
Imagine standing in front of a squat rack with 1,000 pounds of free weights on the bar and no energy. Bodybuilders push the limits of the human body and that requires fast energy that lasts. Caffeine provides that energy and most bodybuilders start taking stimulants early in the game. The body gets used to that caffeine so 300 mg does not seem like much. This supplement is a strong stimulant pre-workout shake, but it is too much for the dieter.