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Shock Therapy

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Universal Nutrition Shock Therapy Food Supplement With Caffeine, Creatine, and Electrolytes!


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An all-in-one pre-workout powerhouse, the all new Shock Therapy. Combining patented ingredients and tested compounds in a delicious, sugar-free formula, this comprehensive supplement will help you dominate in the gym. For a bodybuilder, the pump is everything. Just ask Arnold... He knows the deal. Promote some of the best workouts of your life. All just one delicious serving away. So chug away before you lift with the brand new, completely overhauled Shock Therapy. Only from Universal.

 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Does Shock Therapy have a full daily dose of creatine?
Yes. When you take Shock Therapy, you do not need additional creatine that day.

What is the difference between Shock Therapy and Animal Pump or Animal Rage?

Animal Pump is a pre workout product with mild stims. Animal Rage is a concentrated pre-workout. Animal Rage does not contain creatine or certain ingredients, while Shock Therapy does. Think of Animal Rage as a PR in a can, great for max effort workouts and or powerlifting meets. Shock Therapy is better suited for general lifters and bodybuilders. Essentially, stacking Animal Pump and Rage would be comparable overall to Shock Therapy.

How much caffeine is in Shock Therapy?

Shock Therapy contains caffeine anhydrous and other natural sources of caffeine. Each scoop is the equivalent of roughly two strong cups of coffee. For two scoops, twice that amount.

Should I take one or two scoops of Shock Therapy?

This is a highly individualized question based on various factors such as bodyweight, personal stimulant tolerance, experience, etc. We recommend one scoop for those that are under 200 lb. and two scoops for those over 200 lb. (or if you have a high stimulant tolerance). As always, initially start with a lower dose to assess your own personal tolerance. If you have never used a pre-workout before, you may even need to start with ½ scoop.

Pre-workouts are usually nasty. Is it the same with Shock Therapy?

Absolutely not. We went to great lengths to ensure that the taste would rival the benefits, and spent many months just working on the flavors. Taste is, without a doubt, a strong point with the new Shock Therapy. Whether you choose Clyde's Hard Lemonade, Hawaiian Pump, or Grape Ape, we are sure you won't be disappointed.

What other products stack well with Shock Therapy?

Shock Therapy stacks well with Storm and Torrent. For example, take Shock Therapy pre-workout and follow it up with Torrent post-workout. And while Shock Therapy is loaded with BCAAs, for those who want more BCAAs during the workout, you can sip on Atomic 7, no problems. On off days, you can use Storm to get your daily dose of creatine and other nutrients.

Taste wise, most postworkout drinks taste awful? How did you get around this fact with Torrent?

True, it is difficult to mask the flavor of a formula that includes not only WPH and WMS, but 18g of advanced aminos. But through months of stringent taste testing protocols and new advancements in flavoring, we think we created a product you will actually look forward to consuming.

 

Behind Universal with Brad Rowe

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SAVOR THE FLAVOR

As Shock Therapy is chock full of goodies, it's not a quick, slam it back kind of shot. We're talking about a beverage you can savor from the first sip to the last drop. That's how good Shock Therapy truly is. Listen to what the folks had to say about this all too important attribute:

"I have had a lot of pre workout drinks over my years of training, and lately they are just getting more and more chalked out with artificial sweeteners. These flavors...are not like that. I am a huge fan when I can drink a pre workout drink and feel I could drink it on a regular basis because THAT is how good it tastes! I give this flavor [Clyde's Hard Lemonade] a perfect 10/10 because this is how this flavoring is supposed to taste." - little rambo

"Let me start by saying this stuff [Clyde's Hard Lemonade] tasted ridiculously amazing. The taste was so fresh and smooth. It was just as good as the real thing." - BigMike44

"The flavor [Grape Ape] is outstanding. Generally speaking, pre-workouts hardly ever taste good, but we all bang them back with hopes to achieve the advertised end result. This flavor tastes exactly like one of the Atomic 7 flavors. I can honestly say that all three flavors are THE BEST tasting pre-workouts I've ever had." - ToSo

"I had [Grape Ape] it definitely hit the nail on the head on the flavor. It's something I would enjoy to drink every day." - Dietze2

 

FINAL REPORT

Great results with flavors that speak for themselves. That's the all-new Shock Therapy. Listen to what everyone is saying - It may be the perfect preworkout supplement:

"With all these elements combined, this new Shock Therapy is an outstanding and complete pre-workout product. Once again Universal has proved they can continue to supply outstanding products and that they truly care about their consumers." - VTanimal

"The future is truly upon us, so go ahead and have high expectations. The new Shock Therapy is about to revolutionize pre-workout products and it won't let you down." - BetterThanLife

There you have it folks. The all-new Shock Therapy. It's ready to make its mark in gyms across the country and around the world. Creatine increases physical performance in successive bursts of short-term, high intensity exercise. The beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 3 g of creatine. Niacin contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Caffeine contributes to an increase in endurance performance. The beneficial effect is obtained with caffeine consumption at doses of 3 mg/kg body weight at least one hour prior to exercise and only if any other caffeine consumption is avoided for at least 12 hours prior to consumption of the product in habitual caffeine consumers.