Electrokick Sport Drink Review

Electrokick Sport DrinkElectrokick Sport Drink is not a traditional weight loss supplement. It was designed with the specific purpose of boosting the effectiveness of workouts. In short Electrokick Sport Drink was created for the times at the gym when you feel like you have nothing left in the tank. It promises to replenish electrolytes in your body and provide energy. Let’s take a look at Electrokick Sport Drink.

Electrokick Sport Drink Ingredients

The main ingredients in Electrokick Sport Drink are:

  • Fructose
  • Whey Protein
  • Maltodextrin
  • Sodium
  • Potassium
  • Vitamin A

Once again to reiterate our point as you can see by the ingredient list, Electrokick is not a weight loss supplement. It’s a sport drink. When you workout, your body uses up the natural supply of both water and electrolytes in the body. Without their replenishment, fatigue and dehydration (why you get thirsty and tired when you workout) set in. Drinking water is the most popular way used to prevent this.

However, water just addresses the dehydration and not the loss of electrolytes. Gatorade was the first sports drink to address the replenishment of electrolytes and has been the most popular drink among athletes ever since.

Electrokick Sport Drink is based on similar logic as Gatorade: to hydrate the body and keep electrolyte levels high to ensure optimal performance. It does have a few quirks that differentiate it however.

The number one ingredient in Electrokick Sport Drink is fructose. Fructose is a type of sugar. This is particularly concerning considering sugar isn’t necessarily good for you in large dose (Gatorade and Powerade also contains high levels of sugar). However, it does provide energy, which is great for working out. A pleasant surprise in Electrokick Sport Drink is the inclusion of whey protein. Proteins are great for you especially if you lift weights. It promotes lean muscle. The other ingredients in Electrokick Sport Drink are nothing to write home about. Electrokick Sport Drink could best be surmised as gatorade with added protein. There isn’t a whole lot to the formula in Electrokick.

Electrokick Sport Drink Side Effects

There are no serious side effects of Electrokick Sport Drink. It should not be used for persons under 18 years old. Consult your physician if you have an existing condition or are taking medication. If you are pregnant, nursing, and planning to be pregnant in the near future, you should not take Electrokick.

The Electrokick Sports Drink Website

The Electrokick Sport Drink website is obviously catered to body builders and provides some useful information. However, the website fails to cite any clinical trials or scientific studies backing Electrokick Sport Drink or its ingredients.

Electrokick Sport Drink Price and Return Policy

Electrokick Sport Drink can be purchased online for $13.22. This is relatively inexpensive compared to other weight loss supplements but compared to powdered Gatorade, it is moderately priced. It contains enough sports drink for 25 days. We were unable to find a money back guarantee.

Overall Value

Electrokick is a solid product. It is very similar to Gatorade with protein added but a much worse product. If you purchase it, be sure to also buy an effective weight loss supplement as Electrokick won’t do much for you as far as significant weight loss is concerned. Electrokick Sport Drink is not a necessity but is a great additional product.

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