Is the “G” boosting your “P” or just making you “F”?
Have you seen the hot, new super-performance energy drink called simple “G”?
Just the same ol’ "C"alorie packing, "S"ugar loaded, "Sa"lt lick of a drink formerly known as Gatorade!
That's right… The same tub of colored sugar water that many people pretend is a performance enhancing, energy drink when their performance is walking from their desk to the elevator.
The same Gatorade the millions of people rely on the neutralize their half hearted exercise attempts, as they consume more liquid calories in 10 seconds then they burned off in an hour.
Yep, it’s the same ol’ “G” pretending to give you “P” when it’s really just making you “F”[at].
GO Ahead, Drink One…
I know… "G" is such a powerhouse brand it's almost sacriligious to suggest it's not the sauce of the peak performer. Hence, in an attempt to mitigate any heavy backlash, I'll give you the same advice I offered readers in my latest book, Strength for Life.
Go ahead, enjoy a Gatorade at half time of the Superbowl… that you're playing in. Fact is you can get away with ingesting these sort of calories when you're athlete active and 20-30 something… but for the typical fitness enthusiast or person trying to get in better shape, this brightly colored sauce is just the right size to ensure you stay the same size or larger.