Win Using the Seduction Code

Man Flirting

We often think of seduction in negative terms: but in reality, seduction is more closely tied to persuasion and influence than we had imagined.

So let’s redefine what seduction is: seduction is being able to influence people with how you look, speak, and project yourself.

The Seduction Code is a set of principles and lifestyle changes that you are going to carry out to make sure that you will be at your most irresistible when you socialize with other people.

Whether it’s for intimacy, romance, business, or just getting what you want from life, the Seduction Code will be extremely helpful.

Code 1: Exude Confidence

Confidence is more than just about looking handsome or pretty. Confidence is actually a state of mind, more than anything, which is why you can’t really pretend to be confident, you just have to be. So where do we begin when building confidence?

The first thing that you should do is to take stock of how you socialize with others. The next time you speak to another person, take note of your body posture, the way you speak, the speed of your speech, etc. List all of these down in a journal.

When you get home, take a good look at your observations and ask yourself: if you were to meet and talk to yourself right now, what would you say? Would you feel the confidence just oozing from the other person? Would you feel that you are in the presence of someone who is surefooted, and knows what he wants?

If the answer is mostly no, it’s time to change some things. Go back to your list and draw up a picture of yourself that you feel is the real you, the more confident you.

For example, if you have a tendency to avoid eye contact with the other person, you can choose to hold natural eye contact to be more engaging. It is a continuous learning process, but it is extremely doable because you’re dealing with your own small habits that make up the whole.

Code 2: Be the Authority

Authority figures are well-respected and command the attention of everyone in any situation. It’s important that in every situation, you become the beacon of authority. How do you do this?

Being an authority figure has everything to do with how you project confidence to others. Confidence is not strained, nor is it forced. You communicate with a certain air of ease that tells people: relax, you are in the presence of authority.

Other traits of authority figures that you may want to add to your repertoire are:

1. Dominance – Authority figures are larger than life. People are willingly pulled into their aura of power. They speak, and everyone just wants to listen. They give their ideas and people agree, even before they’ve given the ideas a lot of thought.

2. Empathy – Contrary to what others think, authority figures are actually empathic. They care what other people might be thinking, and they use this information to make themselves more appealing and trustworthy. The point of being an authority figure in the first place is to get people to trust you more.

3. Clear and Straightforward Communication – Authority figures speak their mind, and rarely beat around the bush. They know what they want, and are not afraid to communicate these desires to people. Some people shy away from frankness thinking that it might ruin their reputation, but in reality, the people who strive to be authority figures end up being followed more.

4. They Stand Their Ground – Authority figures know their limits, but they also know how to stand their ground. They cannot be manipulated easily, and they only know how to compromise and to make strategic concessions while keeping their interests in mind.

Code 3: The Win-Win Situation

True seduction is all about making the other party feel that she’s also winning.

Whether you’re aiming for intimacy or some other desired outcome, it’s important to always create the right conditions for a win-win situation to occur. Sure, you can get away with tricking people – but for how long? Eventually, your reputation is going to catch up with you.

True seduction, and ultimately, influence is all about ensuring that people who give their trust to you aren’t wasting their time.

Language has a lot to do with the process of convincing other people that it is a win-win situation for all parties concerned. You need to speak as a leader – as someone who is taking care of the herd. Remember that old adage on herd mentality? It’s true. People will gravitate toward natural leaders, and people who seem to have everyone’s interest in mind.

Use active listening techniques to find out what matters the most to the people you are trying to influence. There’s plenty to be learned through active listening.

By making your subject or listener the center of your interaction, you are going to be a natural rock start with determining what makes people really tick, and what makes them agree. This brings us to the next code…

Code 4: The Yes Set

The easiest way to defuse tension and resistance during a conversation is by making sure that the other person agrees with you no matter. You can do this by phrasing statements and questions in a series, to set the right conditions for continuous agreement.

Starting with mundane things, and progressively layering the conversation to lead it to where you really want to go, you will be able to seduce the subject to thinking that there must be consistency – he or she has to agree with you, because that’s what she did before.

This is a classic seduction technique that’s actually quite hypnotic because people will get into this mental state where they can’t help but agree with what you say, even if they’re no longer processing everything.

We’re sure you’ve been in this situation in the past, too: when someone is so good in speaking that you become so enthralled, that you find everything being given to you so irresistible. This is the true power of seduction.

Picking Gear for Beginner’s Photography 2019

Photography Gear

Photography is an amazing hobby to pick up, and for decades now, people have found happiness learning about this wonderful art.

Whether you are a beginner or intermediate practitioner of photography, it pays to know the different types of gear needed to perform specific actions while photographing subjects or objects.

The Camera

There are two general types of cameras in the market: the DSLR (digital single-lens reflex) camera and the point and shoot camera.

DSLR cameras are more expensive, but offer the highest level of adaptability when you are challenging yourself to accomplish more things with your photography.

This is not to say that point and shoot cameras aren’t dependable; the common user shoots with a PNS camera and endless photos have been produced, and memories kept, with these lower-cost cameras.

The main advantage of higher-tier DSLR cameras is they are able to render RAW files (great for post-processing) instead of just JPEG (many experts now say that high quality JPEGS are rivaling RAW files) and you have the option of switching lenses.

A good example of a camera body with an 18-55 mm stock lens, 2 pieces SanDisk 32 GB memory cards and additional photography accessories would be the Canon EOS Rebel T7 Camera Bundle.

Different kinds of lenses accomplish different feats. Your regular stock lens (the one that came with the camera body that you purchased) is usually alright for basic landscape shots, portraits, and a little macro photography if you like taking photos of flowers and smaller objects.

However, they aren’t good for taking close-ups of far away objects, and it would be difficult to shoot some wider scenes with stock lenses. For the former, you’d need a telephoto lens, and for the latter, a wide angle lens.

What about point and shoot cameras? Point and shoot cameras have just one, built-in lens and the zooming function is digital, meaning, the lens isn’t the one doing the magnification, it’s the built-in computer.

Basically, when you zoom in an image while shooting, the computer in the camera just cuts away portions of the image and magnifies it. What results is often a grainy shot with lower quality light and color.

There are different makes of digital cameras, so we don’t recommend that you get the cheapest ones as that would usually mean they sacrificed on the optics side of the gadget. Check out Canon’s take on the classic family point and shoot: the Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II Digital Camera that comes with a SanDisk 64 GB memory card, point & shoot camera case and flexible tripod.

The Tripod

If you are tired of shaky and bad-looking shots, it’s time you learned to shoot with a tripod. Tripods are mechanical stabilizers, and they keep everything as still as possible while making a shot. Whether you are shooting portraits or landscape scenes, a reliable tripod would be your best partner while practicing photography.

If you are rocking a DSLR with a heavy lens, we recommend sturdier tripods like the Vanguard Alta Pro or the Neewer Carbon Fiber tripod.

If you are using a point and shoot, you can still use these heavier tripods, but if you don’t want the heft, you can opt for smaller versions like the Geekoto 77” Tripod.

Remote Shutter Release

The remote shutter release connects to your camera via infrared and triggers the completion of a shot. There are wired and wireless versions of the remote shutter release. Why do you need this?

Well, some shots are better made with the image composed on the display and no one touching the camera body. Using a remote shutter release eliminates shakes/vibrations that can have small but visible effects on the final product.

Many remote shutter releases are universal, meaning they work with most brands of cameras like Nikon, Leica, or Canon. Others are made for specific families of cameras, like the VILTROX wired/wireless shutter release, which works for the Canon 80D, 77D, 60D, T6i, etc. Then we have Nikon-dedicated shutter releases like the AODELAN Wireless Shutter Release for the D5300, D5600, D7500, and so on.

External Flash Unit

While it’s true that balancing light with the cold light of flash can be difficult at times, an external flash unit is an absolute blessing when you are shooting objects and some portraits.

External flash units can be mounted on a tripod and activate when it senses the built-in flash from the camera body, or they can be triggered via IR manually using their own remote control. You can also mount an external flash unit on the camera body itself, as an alternative to the smaller and weaker built-in flash.

There are many off-brand external flash units available for photographers and each one has different features that will help enrich your experience with photography. Some great examples of these would be the Neewer TT560or the Altura Photo Professional Flash Kit.


Diffusers help spread light more evenly and reduce the harsh glare associated with the bright white light of camera flash. There are many types of diffusers; some are designed for the built-in flash of cameras while others are built for the external flash unit.

The most basic take on the diffuser would be the single-unit diffusers like the Movo Photo SB3 Universal On-Camera Pop-Up Flash Diffuser. Then there are more ornate designs that cover the entirety of the speedlite, like the Neewer Camera Speedlite Flash Softbox and Reflector Diffuser Kit.

The majority of diffusers are made from plastic, so they will be pretty cheap, unless you are using a ring flash, which goes around the lens of the camera. An example of this would be the PLOTURE Flash Light with LCD Display Adapter Rings and Flash Diffusers.

We suggest you get a few of them and try them out first to see which ones are the best for your specific uses. The effect of diffusers will vary slightly from one design to another, and it’s essential that you are able to compare the performance of different diffusers before settling on using one more frequently.

Traveling the World on a Budget 2019

World Travel

So you’re hyped up and raring to go on a world tour. But there’s a problem: you don’t have unlimited budget, but you still want to go on a journey of a lifetime.

While travelling the world on a budget isn’t an ordinary preoccupation, people have done it, and we’re going to share with you how the modern adventurers of today are succeeding with operating on lower budgets, and at the same time, they’re enjoying their stay in different countries. From the US to Europe to Asia, here’s our compendium of the best practices when travelling the world on a budget.

1. Scope out airline promotions.

Airfare is probably the most expensive item in your budget, right next to accommodations. Jumping from one continent to another, or even one country to another, is going to cost you a pretty penny.

But the thing about modern airlines today is they’re offering promotions left and right, whether or not it’s peak season or not. Local airlines and international airlines do it all the time.

You just need to be able to pick up the promotions and plan months or even a year ahead in advance. Journeying the globe shouldn’t be impulsive – you have to know what you’re going to find when you get there, and you need to have plans on top of plans as fail-safes.

2. Explore fewer places in a chosen region.

Again, the logistics of getting from one place to another is going to cost more than staying in fewer places. Bus trips, taxis, hotels in between cities – these things can inflate the costs of staying in just one country.

Get to know a few chosen towns or cities instead, and stick to micro transpiration across the locales you have chosen to get a better idea of what a place is really like, its history, and what it has to offer travelers like you.

Also, don’t forget to take advantage of free stuff! Free stuff like public beaches, museums – these cost little or nothing at all, and they boost your experience meter mightily without increase the costs of travelling too much.

3. Schedule your flights strategically.

As we’ve already said in the first item of this discussion, there are many ways to get discounted flights across the globe.

One of the easiest methods of getting slightly discounted flights is scheduling early in the morning (we call these red-eye flights, for obvious reasons).

While it doesn’t always work, you can be sure that in some instances, there will be a slight margin of savings between regular morning or evening flights, and these early morning flights.

Use services like Kayak, Vayama, and Skyscanner to track flights from different airlines and make sure that you lock in on the cheapest flights each time. Every little thing helps when you’re trying to save for a global romp, remember that.

4. Forget about the holidays.

This is probably the biggest piece of advice we can give you. Peak travelling seasons and holidays affect everything from the cost of airline tickets to the cost of food in nearby restaurants.

You can also expect hotels to be high and mighty during this time, as many are often overbooked and businesses are jacking up their prices because the demand is so high.

Since you’re going to be planning your global romp ahead of time, you can plan your travels so you don’t have to travel during Christmas or New Year, or during the summer if you’re headed to the tropics or anywhere it’s warm. Don’t go at a time when everyone else is heading in the same direction, all at the same time. That’s bound to increase your overall expenses.

5. Don’t stay for just one night in hotels.

Unless you are booked in a capsule hotel that are usually communal or offer smaller spaces for transitory travelers who are just passing by, lock in hotel stays that are longer than just one night.

The reason for this is that hotels often offer discounts to guests who stay longer, and if you are going to be staying in the same city anyway, stay put for longer before transferring to cheaper accommodations.

6. Ask the locals (maybe)

Are you travelling to countries like the Philippines and Indonesia? Instead of relying on hotels and services like Airbnb, try to talk to the locals and try to find cheaper accommodations while maintaining the minimum of standards you need.

Not every accommodation in Asia is listed in Airbnb, and you can be sure that you will be getting lower rates when you talk to locals who are renting out rooms and entire homes to travelers.

But before you can get these accommodations, you have to ask around. It will be good practice for you in communicating with locals!

Usually, apartments can be rented for $100 or less per month (imagine the possibilities) and having an entire home to yourself, with the basic furnishings even, can spell the difference between a frugal stay and a really expensive one.

7. Frequent Flyer Miles.

Make sure that you maximize your favorite airline’s frequent flyer miles, and sign up for rewards programs if you are staying in international hotel chains.

The rewards may not provide large savings all at once, but the savings you get from these programs will help increase the size of your budget for other things like transportation, food, and the like. Don’t go backpacking internationally without being aware of the rewards programs that can help make your stay less expensive.

8. Choose your target locations wisely.

Large cities in any country are bound to be more expensive than more rural settings or smaller towns, so expect the prices of accommodation, food and transpiration to fluctuate when you’re travelling from a bigger, more bustling locale to a more laid back one.

While the margin of difference may not be apparent immediately, you know how the market works: with less demand come better prices. This is especially true when you are backpacking across Asia, as costs in every country can fluctuate wildly from one point to another.

Who’s Ashamed of Male Skincare?

Male Skincare

It’s a topic that not many dudes talk about, but they should be: skincare. When guys have to hide that they take care of their skin, beyond your typical body wash, then you know that there’s something wrong with the perspective on skincare.

Guys who do pay more attention to their skin tend to look better, and yes, they do get the girls more often, because really, females notice almost everything when it comes to looks.

Today’s blog post is all about male skincare, whatever your perspective of it may be, because dudes, we have oily skin and we need to take better care of ourselves.

What’s Your Skin Type?

First of all, it’s important that you know what type of skin you have before buying skincare products. There are five types of skin based on the skin’s appearance and how it ‘operates.’ Sensitive skin tends to experiencing burning or stinging sensations when you apply skincare products.

It’s not always the product’s fault, it just so happens that sensitive skin needs less aggressive skincare products that won’t trigger its inflammation responses.

Normal skin on the other hand looks clear for the most part and doesn’t react frequently to the application of skincare products. If you have normal skin that is not too oily, then rejoice! This means you can experiment more with skincare products because your skin doesn’t respond negatively to chemical compounds.

The third type of skin is dry skin. As the name implies, dry skin tends to look dehydrated and you will often see flakes coming off of it. A person with dry skin can also experience chronic or acute itchiness and roughness. The fourth type is oily skin.

Oily skin tends to have overproduction of sebum, which is the substance on the skin that actually hydrates it and keeps bacteria away. However, if there’s too much sebum, problems can arise, too.

The fifth and final type of skin is called the combination skin. Combination skin can exhibit oiliness and dryness in patches or in different regions of the body. Consult with your dermatologist for a lowdown of how these different skin types can affect your skincare routine.

The Guidelines

If it’s your first time to actually go out and buy products for a skincare routine, here are some tips from the American Academy of Dermatologists:

1. If your skin tends to develop pimples and acne, stick to skincare products that are fragrance-free and oil-free. Non-comedogenic products are also recommended, as some products have compounds that actually increase the incidence of forming pimples or adult acne.

Non-comedogenic skincare products will take better care of your pores, and they won’t be clogged. Clogged pores can lead to whiteheads, blackheads and inflamed and painful skin.

2. You can keep washing your body with regular bar soaps, but for your face, the American Academy of Dermatologists recommend that you use a more appropriate product, which is a mild cleanser .

Also, you may want to skip the cold water in favor of lukewarm water as the slight increase in the water’s temperature will help ease out oil and dirt, and will also help open up pores. Remember the recommendation about oil-free and fragrance-free products if you have acne-prone skin.

3. Take note of the results after you shave. If you have plenty of razor burn, cuts, and even ingrown hairs, that probably means that your razor is cutting in too deeply or too closely to your skin. This usually happens when men use multi-blade razors.

Multi-blade razors are built for efficiency and for the “closest shaves,” meaning the blades are cutting across the tissue too much. If you keep getting damaged from your hyper efficient razor, switch to a dual blade razor instead (the simpler-looking ones) and make sure that you wet your face with lukewarm water and a bit of mild soap before shaving.

If you are using a shaving cream, make sure that the cream you are using has moisturizing agents and remember to wash off the blade and your face after each round of shaving.

4. This is really important: wear sunscreen when going out. Sunscreen protects the skin from invisible UV rays that cause skin cancer. Even when there’s only a little sun out, the UV rays are still there, and you are best protected when you have a little sunscreen on.

Some additional tips to improve your skin health are:

1. Try to get more sleep than you usually do, especially when you are constantly on the graveyard shift, or when you don’t get enough sleep because of other reasons. The reason for this is that sleep actually has an effect on skin health, because like the heart and liver, your skin is actually an organ, too. Seven or more hours of sleep per day is recommended for radiant-looking skin.

2. Use moisturizers. Water doesn’t cut it, because water evaporates after a minute or two. Moisturizers are packed with vitamins and other compounds that help keep the skin hydrated and healthy. Since male skin is different from female skin, try to stick to gentler male skincare products that bring the benefits but will not be too harsh on your skin.

3. Cut down on your sugar consumption. Some studies have shown that too much sugar in your diet can cause allergies, trigger inflammation and generally just reduce the healthiness of your skin.

To be on the safe side, reduce your consumption and just use low glycemic sweeteners and alternative sweeteners on your coffee and other beverages you mix at home. Soda is definitely packed with high fructose corn syrup and should be reduced as much as possible because it’s basically flavor, sugar, and water.

4. Avoid highly fragrant soaps and body wash products that are marked ‘for men’ but basically are just soaps and body wash with too much perfume added to them. The perfume is guaranteed to be bad for your skin because fragrances are often mixed and integrated with alcohol, which actually dries out the skin.

Doomsday Prepping: How Would You Do In A Zombie Apocalypse?

Zombie Apocalypse

While zombie apocalypses are definitely an overused trope in movies, it’s definitely not entirely fiction because mankind’s history is filled with events that can be comparable to a zombie apocalypse.

Zombies notwithstanding, people need to realize that at any time, things may go awry, and they need to be prepared for the worst.

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with being prepared, right? In the tradition of shows like Doomsday Preppers, here’s our rundown of tips and recommendations to improve your chances of survival during a zombie apocalypse.


Assuming that you have to leave home and drink water from a river, pond, stream, or any other body of water, you definitely need to have a method of purifying water.

The basic methods of purifying water so it becomes potable are: filtration, distillation, and boiling. However, assuming also that you don’t have access to the equipment needed for these, you need to have to a handier and more convenient method of instant filtration.

For the short term, you can use mini purifying systems so you can drink directly from the source of water. A longer term solution would be to purify the water with germicidal tablets and even activated charcoal.

There are certainly many methods of rendering water safe for consumption, and in a wilderness situation where you have to leave home because it is no longer safe to stay put, water should definitely be the first thing on your list of priorities.


A doomsday scenario would mean that food availability is low, and you have to rely on your own stores of food to survive. Basically it will boil down to how many calories you can spare per day, while maintaining mobility and as much normalcy as possible in your daily activities.

Obviously it’s going to be more difficult if there are several individuals in the family. A larger family would require larger stores of food.

A doomsday cache of food should contain food supplies that require little to no cooking. If you have prepared butane gas for a portable stove, then a little cooking might be possible, but the safest bet is to store food that will keep for a long, long time even without refrigeration.

Of course if you live in a temperate country like the United States where the temperature is generally cool unless you live in places like Florida or Arizona, you will be able to keep food longer.

In addition to the usual sources of protein and carbohydrates like canned beans, fruit, and animal protein, it might also be a good idea to add emergency rations to your stash of doomsday food supply. Emergency rations are specially manufactured food that brings a lot of calories per serving than regular servings of food.

For example, if a can of beans can bring you 700 calories, an emergency ration can provide 3,500 calories in one go.

While it is definitely impractical to rely on this type of food for the long haul, such food would be essential if you are faced with an emergency situation where obtaining and consuming food is difficult and delayed, but you have to keep moving because of safety concerns.

Your Bug Out Backpack and Tools

Storage will play a huge role in keeping things stable in the event of a zombie apocalypse… or any other doomsday event, take your pick. You definitely need at least one sturdy backpack when you need to bugout from your home.

A reliable backpack has the following characteristics: there’s plenty of storage space, numerous compartments, and the build of the bag has to be built for carrying large quantities of supplies and equipment for long periods of time.

A waterproof lining is extremely useful, as you never know where exactly you are going to be when you are bugging out.

You can be in a safe shelter (which is desirable) or you can be somewhere where there’s no roof over your head, and that can be a problem if you have dry clothes, matches, and other things in your backpack that need to stay dry in order to be usable.

You might be interested in acquiring neat new technologies like permanent matches that can be used again and again, or simpler setups like windproof matches in plastic jars.

It’s also important to have a multi-function knife available at all times, because you will be relying on tools like this one if you find yourself in a wilderness situation where you have to build shelter, build a fire, catch food, cook food, etc.

Basically, your storage needs to have the basic tools and equipment necessary to keep you alive assuming that you will be away from home or from any modern, equipped human habitation for days or even weeks.

To facilitate the building of primitive shelters, you may want to buy a hammer axe and other “off grid tools” that are designed specifically for work when no other modern tools and electricity are available.

We wouldn’t recommend any tools that requires gasoline or other fuel in order to work (even batteries), because the assumption is that during a doomsday event, fuel and electricity are hard to come by.

Of course with lighting devices like flashlights you need a stash of batteries in order to be able to use them. Or if you really want to have AC electricity on the go, you may be interested in acquiring a portable solar setup for charging gadgets, like the SUAOKI Quick Charge device that combines the fast charging feature of mobile charging docks and the conventional technology of converting DC energy to AC energy on the fly.

And of course, let’s not forget that you need a first aid kit, too. In addition to bandages and medical tape, your first aid kit should also contain your medication for existing conditions and over the counter medication like antacids, aspirin, etc. Check out cool versions of the classical first aid kit like the Trauma Kit and decide what you need the most.

Gfuel Review: Using Gfuel As My Pre-Workout Supplement


This is my review on the Gfuel supplement & why I decided to use it as my pre-workout supplement rather than traditional supplements that are marketed specifically for pre-workouts.

Gfuel is marketed as a supplement for gamers to help them with energy & focus.

So, let’s go into why I use it as my pre-workout.

Pre-Workout Supplement Without Beta-Alanine!

My biggest reasoning for going with this is I could finally get a pre-workout supplement without beta-alanine.

This is what causes you to feel all tingly or itchy after you take it.

On top of that I also didn’t care much for other stuff that has become popular in pre-workouts, such as Yohimbe.

Yohimbe, makes me sick to my stomach & that is common from what I’ve read.

Gfuel Focus Complex

Along, with the energy boost from Gfuel it has ingredients for their “Focus Complex”.

This is added to help you stay focused on what you’re doing rather than using all that energy all over the place, it helps with utilizing that energy on what you’re trying to get accomplished.

This would be getting a good workout in in my case, others it may be studying or pvping.

A lot of pre-workout supplements also have a lot of focused based ingredients as well.

Does It Have Enough Caffeine?

Most pre-workouts you find these days will be at a minimum 200mg of caffeine per serving, with some as much as 400mg!

Gfuel has 150mg which is perfect for me, as I hit the gym after work, and I don’t need anymore issues with trying to fall asleep at night.

Even with my timing of the gym I still fine anything more than 200mg too much for me.

Sure, if I was to take 200-400 mg then lay around then it might not be too bad but I’m up moving, lifting weights doing cardio. Blood is pumping, I don’t need my heart to have any extra stress than it needs.

I just need something to help me get going.

Well why not just use coffee or an energy drink?

Glad you asked!

No Sugar Crash & Love The Taste

I’m honestly tired of drinking coffee & it doesn’t give any extras than just the caffeine boost.

I like how Gfuel tastes and they have a ton of flavors, with more coming out pretty much every month it seems like.

Energy drinks do have a little extra kick to them & I do like the taste.

However, for the price, I’m losing money compared to using gfuel & also I can feel the sugar crash.

The price point is huge for me. Especially if you can catch one of their BOGO deals that they seem to run fairly often.

Antioxidant Complex

The antioxidant complex in gfuel is just a bonus. It’s not a must have for me as it’s something that they have in it because it may help with keeping you healthy.

I say “may” because I have zero clue how much it helps.

Here is a quote from this article, that is pretty much my sentiments on the antioxidant complex.

“I wouldn’t expect to see any ergogenic benefit from this complex, i.e. you won’t aim any better, or make decisions any faster. Adding some antioxidants to your diet, however, isn’t usually a bad idea. They’re generally healthy, and it’s possible that other good active molecules may be coming from the fruit and veggie extracts provided as well.”

Best Place To Buy Gfuel

At the time of writing this, the best place to buy gfuel is from their website which is usually not the case for most supplements.

Most of the time (with other supplements) you would find a better deal from a vendor.

With gfuel there is more than one reason why I buy it directly from gfuels website.

Reward Points

You earn points in a variety of ways but the main one is when you make a purchase through their site.

These points can be used to pay for more products or can be used for insane rewards such as a video game console at the highest tier. (This is what it says at the time of writing this, this may change in the future).


Another big factor is that they run deals pretty often & not crappy 10% off type deals either but like BOGO deals on their gfuel tubs.

Hopefully this doesn’t change in the future!

Final Thoughts

This has been my go to energy supplement, not just for pre-workouts but for any caffeine.

Compared to buying a soda or energy drink everyday for my caffeine I’m saving money by using gfuel.

I would say the only reason I would swap to something else is if they jacked up the price, added an ingredient I didn’t like or if I got tired of the taste.

The latter I don’t see happening because of how many & how often they launch new flavors.