How to Stack Pre HAK and Post HAK?

How do I stack Pre HAK and Post HAK? When should I drink it? How long before a workout should I wait to drink Pre HAK? Can I drink Post HAK during my workout?

These are just a few of the many questions we have been asked and we wanted to provide some instructions so you can achieve maximum results by including Pre HAK and Post HAK to your daily supplementation regime.  

For Pre HAK, we recommend mixing one scoop in 12-20 ounces of water based on your flavor preference. Pre HAK should sit for five minutes to allow time for all the active ingredients to dissolve in the water prior to consumption 30 minutes before your physical activity. Please be sure to assess your tolerance to Pre HAK and to be safe we suggest starting with 1/2 serving and only increase to the full serving to those who are tolerant to caffeine. For an ideal taste, we suggest to not let it sit for more than 30 minutes after mixing it in water. This is due to the two important amino acids: cysteine and taurine. They are considered "sulfur-containing" amino acids and if they sit in water for extended periods of time, the flavor can be affected.

Now I'm sure you are thinking, “I don't want to be drinking sulfur!” One important aspect of these amino acids is they play an important role in building up proteins within the cells (protein synthesis). The absorption of this is also crucial for its structure and function.(1)

Lastly, we recommend consuming one scoop of Post HAK, mixed in 12-24 ounces of water, either during or within 30 minutes after your physical activity. We suggest you follow the same mixing guideline as with Pre HAK and let it dissolve for at least five minutes after shaking. You can also include Post HAK as part of your daily fluid intake to serve as a replacement to the typical sugary drinks available in those pesky vending machines.

 So, what are you waiting for? Pre HAK was just rated as #3 Top Pre-Workouts so make sure to order some to stack with your Post HAK and see how much your workouts will improve. Also don't forget to let everyone else know what you think and provide a product review!





  1. Brosnan, J. T., & Brosnan, M. E. (2006). Journal of Nutrition. Retrieved July 14, 2016, from


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