The Surge zero energy shot helps reduce the perception of fatigue and is perfect for use just before training.
Why do I need this?
Razor sharp focus helps players to make quick decisions and avoid costly mistakes.
Caffeine is used by professional footballers to help reduce tiredness and fatigue both in matches and in training.
What are the benefits?
A 60ml Surge zero energy shot contains 200 mg of caffeine - the equivalent of two cups of coffee. The addition of vitamins B6, B9 and B12 helps reduce the perception of fatigue, and maintain concentration and focus, a key aspect of football performance.
Each shot is calorie free
Also contains Beta Alanine, a commonly used supplement among team sport athletes. It can reduce tiredness in muscles during intense periods of training or a match.
When do I use it?
Perfect for pre-training. Consume 30 minutes before playing to allow the caffeine levels to peak in the blood, so you'll be primed and ready to win that first tackle.
- •200 mg of caffeine per 60 ml shot.
- •Additional benefit of Beta Alanine (1.6 g), Citrulline Mallate (3 g) and Arginine (1.5 g)
- •Calorie free in a convenient shot format
Consume 30 minutes before exercise.
The Surge Shot can also be consumed with GO Hydro or GO Electrolyte to ensure a combination of energy, caffeine and fluid delivery during exercise.
A 60ml Surge zero energy shot contains 200 mg of caffeine - the equivalent of two cups of coffee.
The addition of vitamins B6, B9 and B12 help reduce tiredness and fatigue, and help maintain concentration and focus - a key aspect of football performance.
Also contains Beta Alanine, a commonly used supplement amongst team sport athletes. It can reduce tiredness in muscles during intense periods of training or a match.
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Water, Citrulline Malate, Beta Alanine, L-Arginine, Acidity Regulators (Citric Acid, Malic Acid, Phosphoric Acid, Tri-Sodium Citrate), Caffeine Anhydrous, Flavouring, Preservatives (Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate), Sweeteners (Sucralose, Steviol Glycosides), Pyridoxine HCl, Cyanocobalamin.
How does this differ from a caffeine shot?
The Surge shot contains more caffeine (200 mg) alongside 1.6 g of beta alanine, with additional benefits from citrulline malate and arginine. The Surge Shot has been specifically designed with the footballer in mind.
How long will 200mg of caffeine last?
Caffeine reaches a peak plasma level between 30 and 75 minutes after ingestion, with the half-life of caffeine reported to be between 4 to 5 hours.
What is citrulline malate?
Citrulline is an amino acid which may delay the onset of fatigue during intense exercise.
What is Beta Alanine?
Beta Alanine is a naturally occurring, non-essential beta amino acid. Beta Alanine supplementation can help increase muscle carnosine stores in the muscle. Beta Alanine is a commonly used supplement among sports that require periods of high-intensity exercise, strength and power e.g. football. A side effect of Beta Alanine is paraesthesia (a light tingling often in the hands).
When should I take this?
Consume 30-minutes pre-training or strength session (when additional carbohydrate may not be necessary). If you are undertaking intense or long-duration exercise, consider using the Surge Gel.
How many should I take in a training session and a day?
We recommend consuming no more than 1 surge shot per day, ideally 30 minutes pre-session.