Twin Brain Pack

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80 Brain™ is a custom cognitive supplement, designed by the product team at Ruck Science to give rugby players clarity of mind while playing rugby.

The Twin Brain Pack gives you double the 80 Brain™. Twice the mental clarity, twice the memory storage and recall, twice the cognitive function.

If you haven't used a Nootropic before, we suggest navigating back over to the single 80 Brain™ product and getting accustomed to the blend before doubling down on your order. For best results, use 80 Brain™ with plenty of water and our BCAA capsules which have also been shown to have cognitive performance benefits.

How does it help you?

  • Improves Memory Storage and Recall*
  • Promotes Clarity*
  • Aids Memory Functions*

10% of every order is donated to the rugby club of your choice! find out more



How can a brain supplement help you as a rugby player?

Rugby is a thinking man’s game. If the use of cognitive enhancement supplements can help us ruggers to perform better at both training and during games, we owe it to ourselves to give it a shot. Cognitive enhancers like 80 Brain™ hold the promise of a long list of cognitive benefits for rugby players. The formula contained in 80 Brain™, our flagship rugby brain supplement promotes:

  • memory storage and recall
  • reasoning ability
  • decision making
  • problem solving
  • concentration

Some cognitive enhancement manufacturers have claimed that their brain supplements can increase a person’s intelligence. Based on the research we’ve seen, this is completely untrue. A rugby brain supplement like 80 Brain™ isn’t going to make you smarter. But it does have the potential to boost mental energy for a significant period. Taking nootropics can help you convert all those learned skills at training into long-term memories. We can’t guarantee you’ll never forget a line-out call again - if we could, we’d be training the All Blacks.

Nootropic fact vs. manufacturer fiction

The term ‘Nootropics’ is often used to reference a family of substances that includes Adderall, Modafinil and other potentially toxic stimulants. 80 Brain™ doesn’t contain any stimulants. Instead, we’ve packed it full of essential minerals including folic acid, Vitamin B-12, niacin and GABA. The result is a complete, balanced nootropic that will boost your brain’s processing speed and verbal memory without increased toxicity in your blood.

More info on cognitive enhancement for rugby

We encourage you to do your research on brain supplements before you start using 80 Brain™. There’s an excellent sub-Reddit devoted to nootropics that we can recommend (but can't link to for some reason, sorry :( ). The Reddit community is amazingly helpful and provides insight that most customer service people won’t be able to give you. Limitlessmindset.com also has an exhaustive article explaining what to look for in Nootropics. Beyond that, we encourage you to reach out to our product support team or to contact us on Twitter @RuckScience so we can link you to more information about the world’s first rugby brain supplement, 80 Brain™.

How to use 80 Brain™ - the brain supplement for rugby

We've been testing different 80 Brain™ formulas for about 9 months now. In that time we've also been measuring and comparing results to determine the best protocol for using cognitive nootropics. Here's what we've learned since using 80 Brain™ ourselves:

Before Training

It's best to get the nootropic into your system at least 20 minutes before training. Cognitive supplements will last well over 80 minutes in health person's body, so don't be worried about needing to top-up during training or at half time in a game. We suggest taking it with about 500ml of water. Staying hydrated is essential. If you're getting a bit parched bro, then no volume of cognitive enhancement is going to help. Your brain needs water. Do that first and then start working on your nootropic protocol.

Before Games

Same kind of deal. Except we actually suggest using slightly less (about a half dose) of the nootropic during rugby games. Training is where you really need to be committing things to memory, games are where you'll be bring that info back. It's the storage of the information that's the most difficult for your brain. We suggest focusing on training as much as possible. The effects will show themselves on Saturday if you're doing the work during the week.

At the Gym

You can definitely take a cognitive enhancer while you're at the gym, but we don't actually recommend this for the majority of rugby players. If you've somehow gotten lost and you're actually looking for a pre-workout or performance supplement to assist with strength development, head back over to the collections page. Why don't you need a cognitive enhancer for going to the gym? Mostly because your brain isn't taking in a lot of new information. Yes, you're exerting yourself physically, but there's no plays to learn or calls to remember. Will it help? Sure, your focus will improve, but you can get the same effect from a caffeine-based gym supplement too.

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