FRS Energy Drink Log, Part 4

I signed up for the FRS Healthy Energy Drink free trial program a few weeks ago and have been writing about my experiences with this Quercetin-fueled elixir.  Quercetin is an ingredient that has shown some promise in legit research, providing energy in a low-calorie package.

I have been training pretty hard over the past several months and have been planning to back off a bit so as to avoid the dreaded overtraining syndrome that I have written about in the past.  One of the most common problem fitness enthusiasts can experience is the overtraining syndrome that occurs and an otherwise healthy person starts to experience a wide-range of negative, physical symptoms simply because they are doing too much exercise.

So I hit the gym the other day ready to take it easy.  I was having a bit of a low-energy day, and was thrilled I had a planned a reduced-intensity and volume workout as part of my weekly routine.  Nevertheless, I dosed up with FRS Healthy Energy Drink 20 minutes before the workout, mixing 2-ounces of concentrate with 6-ounces of water and some ice chips.


My workout started with a progressive running drill warm-up that includes some flexibility and takes approximately 20 minutes.  This was only the second time I had done this routine in several months – as I take 2 or 3 months off from sprinting, running, agility drills during the winter to give my body a rest – but felt really good despite what I thought was a low-energy day.

Throughout the time I’ve been using the Quercetin-fueled FRS Healthy Energy Drink, I have not felt a jolt of energy like you feel when you have a caffeine-based energy drink; I have felt energetic even on days when I did not feel 100%.

After my running drill workout I did a variety of one-handed, dumbbell explosive lifts – jump shrug, jump high pull, hang clean, snatch – and some kettlebell work and my energy level was high.  As a matter of fact, I had to fight the urge to do more than I had planned.  All-in-all, it was a brisk, constructive 70-minute workout that ended with me feeling better than when I started.

It’s been a little more than 2 weeks since I took my first taste of FRS Energy Drink and I will say that – so far – I have been pleasantly surprised with the results.  I have used several different kinds of substances for energy that I’ve taken before and during workouts – Snickers, Pop Tarts, carbohydrate gel, Gatorade, other energy drinks, granola bars – and feel that FRS with Quercetin offers similar benefits.

If you’ve been training long enough – and hard enough – there are going to be times when, for a variety of reasons, you will need a boost.  And, so far, I think that FRS Healthy Energy Drink offers a viable option to those folks who are thinking of making an energy drink a part of their regular supplementation routine, and am glad that I signed up for FRS free trial.


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