Wednesday, July 19, 2006

EAS Catapult

EAS Catapult, 23 Oz., Lemon LimeTaste: Proclaims to be lemon-lime, but it is pretty bland, not bad, but relatively tasteless 6/10Mixability: With just a couple shakes, all the powder was gone in 12 oz. of water. It also mixes up into a mutant green color, which was very cool 9/10

Energy/Endurance: I got a little bit of energy boost, but I think this came from the 200mg of caffeine. As for focus and reduced lactic acid, I really did not notice anything exceptional. Both these factors were pretty normal for my training 6/10

Value: 25 servings for $33, not too bad for a preworkout energizer, however, the product purports to be more than an energizer, which I think is where it lacks 7/10

Overall: other than a little bit of energy in a cool color, this product is nothing special 7/10

More Info: EAS Catapult, 23 Oz., Lemon Lime


At 1:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I found that if I only take a half serving at the start of my ride and put the remaining mixture in a GU flask for mid-ride consumption, the effects last a bit longer. If not, it seems to be out of my system after about an hour or so of intense riding.

At 3:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had a little Catapult before my last duathlon and I think it added a little pep. Like the review says, nothing amazing.

At 1:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I bet you'd get the same results from just taking the caffeine alone.

At 11:17 AM, Blogger Andrew Fritz said...

Oh my gosh! Are you guys kidding?! This stuff is awesome. I don't exactly what is going on but I have seen huge race day benefits from this stuff. I highly recommend this to folks.


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