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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between Fury and Rage XL?
Animal Fury has a simpler, cleaner formula. Animal Rage XL is far more comprehensive with a lot of additional ingredients. Ingredient wise, Animal Rage XL contains creatine. Animal Fury focuses on branched-chain amino acids (BCAA).
What is the recommended dosage for Fury?
First time users should begin by taking half a scoop to access tolerance and work their way up to a full scoop. Do not exceed one scoop of Fury in any 24-hour period.
What are the benefits from taking Fury?
Animal Fury delivers a full, effective dose of BCAAs to help prevent muscle breakdown, while simultaneously delivering energy, focus/clarity and pumps.
What makes Fury different from other pre-workouts on the market?
Fury delivers a simple but highly effective formula that provides unmatched energy, focus, and pumps. Most pre-workouts on the market simply focus on one or two of these goals.
Why is the formula so simple?
What you see in Animal Fury is what you get – no proprietary blends and a straightforward ingredient list that really focuses on doing the most important things well–energy, focus and pumps. Nothing extraneous has been added to Animal Fury.
If I’m cutting, can I still use Animal Fury?
You can use Animal Fury when you are cutting or dieting down because it contains zero calories. Plus, the 5,000mg of BCAAs can help preserve lean muscle tissue while enhancing overall recovery during a calorie-deficit state.
Should I take Fury on non- training days?
We don’t recommend it. By only taking Animal Fury on training days, you reduce the likelihood of stimulant-based “desensitization.”
How long before a workout should I take Fury?
Start by taking Animal Fury about 30 minutes prior to your workout. Experiment with timing to find that optimal “sweet spot” and what works best for you.