I hear more and more about professional athletes using the energy drink SPARK by Advocare. So what is it? And why not just grab a Monster, Rockstar or Red Bull? Well.. here’s the scoop:
Advocare Spark is a unique multi-nutrient system that was developed as a nutritional source of energy and enhanced mental focus.* It’s sugar-free with more than 20 vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that work synergistically to provide a healthy, balanced and effective source of energy that won’t overburden or over stimulate your body.* AdvoCare Spark® contains an effective amount of caffeine to give you the quick boost you’re looking for, B vitamins to enhance your body’s natural ability to produce and sustain its own energy, and neuroactive amino acids that help increase your mental focus and alertness by supporting your brain’s ability to receive and send messages.*
- Enhances mental energy and focus*
- Provides support for long-lasting energy*
- Helps fight occasional drowsiness*
- Over 20 vitamins, minerals and nutrients*
Advocare Spark contains 120mg of caffeine.
The one thing I’ve noticed that the athletes say is not that it gives them “energy”, but it’s the “mental focus” this drink provides.
This chart below does a good job of summing out the difference between Spark and other energy drinks:
Drew Brees is just ONE of the many athletes endorsing AdvoCare.
So it makes you think… would a professional athlete put something in their body that hurt their ability to perform? I think not! Advocare at its core is a nutritional company and that is their focus with this energy drink. Why do we want more energy? Well actually we don’t want more “energy” per se, but something to “fuel” our bodies to get the tasks we need completing done. This is why Spark has become so popular and Advocare’s number one selling product. When you can focus and think clearly at what needs to be done in your life, then you succeed. I think we have lazily called it wanting more energy when in fact we just want the super power of getting things done. We all know the great feeling when you finish your to-do list, right?