Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by agold1002, May 12, 2010.
interested to see if it works at all or helps...so has anyone tried it and how has it performed
In 5 years they'll have a Gatorade for football, one for basketball, etc. In 10 years they'll have a Gatorade for the first quarter, one for the second quarter, etc.
I can't find G1 or G3
G1 and G3 are exclusive at GNC I think.
G2 is just regular ol Gatorade. Same stuff we've been drinking for years.
I haven't tried G1 yet but G3 tastes gross it's
All of them G series sell in local groceries (in case where I live - Seattle, WA).
I don't think these are designed for regular joes working out in local fitness club. G2 works pretty fine for me after work-out anyway.
i haven't tried but i can tell you that it wont "work" or "help"
if they aint designed for regular joes, who they selling it to?
also, let me get this straight, is the Gseries G2 the same as the previous G2 because that had half the sugar/calories of regular gatorade
edit - just seen the website, apparently G2 and original gatorade fall under G02 series
If I want revolution, I'll use this damn solution and evolve. But for now, no.
Nah im pretty sure G2 now is simply what the G used to be, regular old gatorade.
I work at a GNC in SoCal and our posters say that they're GNC exclusives. I wouldn't be able to tell you how they work though. Boss has been mad cheap with the discounts
They have different types of G1 though. There's a version thats more of a protein drink that comes in the same type of casing as Muscle Milk. Comes in Vanilla/Chocolate/Strawberry. Vanilla flavored Gatorade just doesn't sound very appealing tho.
Nah I dont think it's regular Gatorade. It better not be. Those joints are like $2.50. For some regular gatorade?
nah, thats what i also thought until i saw the site, G and G2 fall under the G02 "refuel" line in the G series
i love those things! strawberry taste great, as well as the vanilla. they are for recovery though, you are suppose to drink them after a workout. just make sure you drink them cold!
G1 and G3 aren't exclusive, I saw them yesterday at the local grocery store...too expensive for my taste though. I know the G3 was like $3 a 16 oz bottle...no thanks.
G1 and G3 are sold at Stater Bros...Not sure if that's a supermarket avaiable in every state, but for my Cali peeps they got the whole things there, G1 for .99 cents, and G3 2 for $3.00
I had a G1 before a game and it gave me more energy, but it ran out on me by half time. G2 is just regular ol gatorade, and I used G3 twice and didn't notice anything except the bad taste?
I'll stick to using just G1 and G2 for now.
I'll admit I don't know what's going on, I hope I can confide in the middle Gatorade OP posted being the regular Gatorade and not the G2 right?
I stand by my og statement this %%$$ isn' going to make a difference to people already hyrdrating and eating actual meals.
gatorade just trying to commercialize and profit on something heavy lifters and legitimate sport athletes have know for years.
preout workout drink- a high energy drink that boasts endurance and recovery like No-xplode, xtend, jack3d, superpump
during workout -carbs and electrolytes like monster maize and purple wrath
postworkout- protein shake. I seen boxed ones that look like Muscle Milk at GNC and ones that look like IsoPure at the Grocery Store.
And, to answer everyone question the exclusive stuff sold at GNC are the more high price items like the bottle drinks, powder mix, and bars. The three pictured you can find at your grocery store.
Yes, this stuff is marketed for your everyday Joe or your clueless Bro.