by Tony Gjokaj March 31, 2021 3 min read
What is the difference between Impulse and Catalyst?
We get this asked every once in a while to new members of the Reforged Legion.
So in this post, I wanted to talk about the differences between these two products: who they are for, what they're made for, and what scenarios you can use them in.
Let's dive in!
Impulse is our Nootropic Energy Drink Mix.
It primarily focuses on versatility in that it can be used for any scenario, whether it is for studying, focus-intensive exercise, work, and more.
Most of our Reforged Legion will use Impulse for strength training or to get through the toughest parts of their work day.
As you can see, we use 200mg of caffeine, less than most energy drinks on the market. The reason for this is that we don't want you to feel anxious or too wired when drinking Impulse. In relying less on caffeine, we use CDP-Choline, Huperzine-A and L-Tyrosine to improve brainpower, focus, and concentration.
Catalyst is our Nootropic Mind & Body Pre Workout formula.
It was designed to help you conquer your most intense workout sessions.
Most of our Reforged Legion members who use Catalyst use it for their intense weight lifting and endurance sessions.
With Catalyst, you can see that we optimize our Nitric Oxide components, offering a higher than average dose of Beta-Alanine. In addition, we had two nootropic components to enhance your mental focus and performance.
This allows you to perform your best physically & mentally.
Now that we have explained the two briefly, let's talk about the major differences between the two:
Impulse is for any scenario that can help improve focus and concentration throughout the day. For workouts, we have had powerlifters, endurance athletes, and martial arts enthusiast use Impulse. Career-wise, nurses, mechanics, salespeople, and other business professionals use Impulse.
Catalyst is for direct workouts where you require more energy for intense workout sessions. Most bodybuilders, endurance athletes, first responders, and others use Catalyst to perform their best in the gym.
No matter which one you choose, you can be sure they will help you accomplish your goals.
If you have any additional questions or comments about Catalyst or Impulse, feel free to email me at email@example.com, or message us on Instagram.
Until next time, Reforged Legion!
Tony is the Owner of Reforged. He is a PN1 Certified Nutrition Coach and has been in the fitness space for over a decade. His goal is to help millions exercise their way out of depression and anxiety.
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