Craze V2 from Driven Sports is finally here. A day, lots of people clearly have been waiting for ever since the production of the original version was discontinued. But in spite of the popularity of the original Craze, I think it’s fair to say that lots of people and authorities also been fearing the next supplement release from Driven Sports, due to their history of releasing dangerous supplements on the market.
Before we continue to the details of the new Craze Version 2, note that I also posted about this when Driven Sports announced that a Craze V2 was on the way. In addition to that, I also posted about the ban of Frenzy in New Zealand; another popular pre workout supplement from Driven Sports. You Can read about that here.
Whether you like it or not, Craze V2 is now here. You can buy it here from Predator Nutrition for a total price of $57.99, with a bit of discount if you purchase more than one. Ordering two will bring the price down to $55.99 and three will bring it down to $54.99. From the looks of it, Predator Nutrition ships to pretty much all around the world, so if you want to get yourself a jar, this is the place as they have exclusivity to sell the supplement for the time being.
I haven’t personally tested this, and I won’t be doing so. But that doesn’t hold me back from taking a closer look at the substances used on the new Craze. Here goes:
First let’s see what Predator Nutrition has to say about Craze V2:
Driven Sports Craze v2 40 Servings Benefits
The legend is back
Craze v2 gets you in the zone better than ever before
Effortless performance from the first rep to the last
A mind-muscle connection that makes you feel as one with the weights
Coruscating energy and laser-like focus
Setting personal bests has never been so easy
Predator Nutrition Craze v2 40 Servings Review
No product has been so eagerly anticipated as Craze v2 and once you have tried it you will see why. Driven Sports have done an amazing job not just in creating a great preworkout but completely altering our perception for what a preworkout should look like. When Predator Nutrition first tried Craze v2 we didn’t know what to expect but after working on the beta testing with Driven Sports we were seeing results that we had never seen before from any preworkout and this was a blind sampling session where of eight users, none knew what the product they were testing was.
The feedback from these sessions using Craze v2 was unlike anything we had experienced before in a supplement. Everyone from Predator Nutrition who tested Craze v2 remarked on how they felt as though the weights were almost an extension of their physical selves with many saying they felt in a state of flow, a psychological state characterised by feeling at one with your body, confident that you are powerful and in complete control. Athletes who attain a state of flow, also known as being in the zone, often remark that they experience a zen-like state of joy and are able to perform tremendous physical feats while feeling as though they are completely absorbed in the present moment.
That is what you can expect from Craze v2.
Alright. Here is a closer look at the supplement facts:
40 Servings Craze V2
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (7.38g)
Servings per container: 40
Amount Per Serving
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 250mg
Craze Proprietary Blend 4.75g
Creatine Monohydrate, Trimethylglycine (Betaine Anhydrous), L-Tyrosine, L-Citrulline, Choline Bitartrate, Greater Galangal Extract (root), Little Clubmoss Extract (whole plant), Caffeine, Anhydrous, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Velvet Bean Extract (seed)
The prop. blend of Craze V2 looks almost a bit too “normal“, but maybe there is more to Craze V2 than what is shown on the supplement facts – like we saw with the original Craze. But as mentioned here, this could also just be a supplement with the listed ingredients that would make it similar to the average PWO out there. This would still make Driven Sports a bunch of quick cash, as the PWO is likely to sell like hot candy, simply due to the popularity of the original version.
Either way, due to the use of a prop. blend, I can’t say much about the effect from Craze V2. We will just have to wait for review to show on various forums, in order to get an idea about the potential of the new Craze Version 2.
The short version is, that there really isn’t anything in the supplement facts listed above, that would make this PWO work just remotely close to what the original Craze did – and that’s probably a good thing. But just maybe, there is more to Craze V2 than what is listed on the supplement facts. Time will tell…