RuckPack Military-Tested Energy Drink

Oct 8, 2014

Category: Food

Slogging through a full inbox at your desk or putting in an hour at the gym might not be much compared to a tour of duty in Afghanistan, but all of us need a boost once in a while. RuckPack is here to provide it in spades.

Developed by an active duty Marine Corps Officer and other Special Ops Marines, this new mega-energy drink was designed to provide “a single source of supplemental nutrition for troops in the battlefield.” It’s stuffed with more vitamins than a GNC warehouse, and it’s caffeine-free as well. With each 2 oz. chug you’ll be getting a little fructose, Vitamins B6 and B12 and Alpha GPC for an immediate jolt; MicroActive CoQ10 and Theobromine for time-released energy throughout the day; and Vitamin D3, which when taken over a 12-week period, will promote energy and prevent muscular fatigue. [Purchase]

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