Are you ready to physically dominate on the rugby field? It’s time to Ruck Harder with our strength supplement package. A combination of the Ruck Science pre-workout and BCAA supplements designed to simultaneously boost oxygen carrying capacity, strength and endurance.
Remember ---- 10% of every ruckscience.com order is donated to the rugby club of your choice!
We created Twitch Faster to be the perfect pre-workout for rugby players. It’s a potent, Vitamin-based supplement designed to give you focus and natural energy. Ruggers across the country agree that Twitch Faster is the difference between dreading workouts and loving training. The most common feedback is I love that it doesn’t give me the jitters. Twitch Faster really is the pre-workout, designed for rugby performance.
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Towards the end of a rugby game, when your muscle glycogen is depleted, athletic performance starts to decline. You glance at the bench, hoping there’s a fresh option to replace you. The feeling of having emptied the tank with 15 mins still on the clock is the worst. But Ruck Science has the solution. No2 Max is a potent nitric oxide booster designed to give you abundant energy on the rugby field so you can go a full 80 without feeling like a passenger.
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RUCK HARDER - STACK PROTOCOLS
If you’re reading this before purchasing Ruck Harder, we suggest heading over to the No2 Max and Twitch Faster product pages. These pages contain more specific information about the use of these supplements in isolation. The rest of this protocol section will focus on the protocol for combining No2 Max and Twitch Faster to maximize your physical performance during rugby training and games.
Ruck Harder at Training
Rugby training usually goes for about 2 hours. This will vary depending on your club and team, but we’re basing our protocol on the fact that you’ll be training for between 90 and 120 minutes. Because No2 Max needs to be digested and absorbed into your bloodstream, its our recommendation that you take it before your pre-workout.
With that done, we suggest taking 3/4 of a single cup of pre-workout mixed into 500ml of water at least 10-15 minutes before rugby training starts. If your sessions are slightly longer and you have a decent warm-up period, you could actually consider taking your pre-workout at the start of your warm-up. This will let it kick in during warm ups so that when you start drills, you’re all set.
Ruck Harder during Games
This protocol is similar to training except for the timing. Obviously, you can’t be drinking pre-workout as you run onto the field, because you want it to have already kicked in. So for games, make sure you take Twitch Faster when you’re warming up.