Rehab BCAA

If you party like a Rock Star but want the body of a Greek God, Rehab BCAA promises to help you get results without compromising your lifestyle. This seems about as wrong as calling a slimming supplement Heroin Weight Loss, but according to the product information, Rehab BCAA is the best way to recover from an intensive workout. So does it work and is it safe? We take a look.

Cocaine Fitness give away so few contact details, it’s almost as if this memorably named company is selling real cocaine rather than just a couple of supplements and some gym wear, which appears to be the reality. We tried contacting Cocaine Fitness but nobody responded to our questions. With no customer phone line, no address, no terms and conditions on the product website, and not even a Facebook page, it is all beginning to look a bit dodgy.

Rehab BCAA Pros

  • Ingredients profile does not look too bad

Rehab BCAA Cons

  • No background details for Cocaine Fitness such an address or phone number
  • Principle ingredient has been imported but there are no details
  • No customer feedback
Watchdog Rejected

Rehab BCAA


What You Need To Know About Rehab BCAA

Rehab BCAA is a powdered supplement you add to water in order to make a pre workout or post workout drink in Pink Star Blast flavour, whatever that is! It has a reasonable ingredients profile that compares well with many other supplements on the market but we have major concerns.

Firstly there is no information about Cocaine Fitness such as an address or contact phone number, so buying direct from the website looks unsecure especially as they don’t even respond to the chat function on the website. We also have concerns about the BCAA compound given it was manufactured abroad but we don’t know where. We are not keen on the Cocaine Fitness company’s self image which makes this whole set up look unreliable and flaky.

What Are The Side Effects Of Rehab BCAA?

This supplement should be safe for most people but potential side effects may be an issue for some users. Take on an empty stomach and it may cause nausea and stomach acid.

The use of BCAAs can sometimes result in feelings of fatigue and lack of coordination.

Glutamine can cause; nausea, gas, vomiting, joint pain., headaches, listlessness, skin rash, dry mouth, and a runny nose.

How Much Does Rehab BCAA Cost?

Rehab BCAA is not overly expensive. It is only on sale via the official Cocaine Fitness website where 1 tub (approximately 364g or 25 servings) costs $29.99. Shipping costs are not provided.

You have to submit your email address and open an account with Cocaine Fitness before you buy.

Our Verdict On Rehab BCAA

We are not at all impressed with Rehab BCAA. This whole concept of the Rock Star/Greek God and fitness through a party lifestyle is not going to work, and when did you last see a Rock God with a six pack anyway? But cocaine is well known for causing delusional fantasies and just because it might make you feel like Superman, we guarantee that no one at all, ever, will share in your own self opinion.

The supplement itself does not look too bad and if you are serious about working out, you may find that a BCAA supplement like this may help you. However expert opinion is that a separate BCAA supplement is unnecessary for most people because BCAAs are present in protein sources such as protein shakes and diet, so you don’t really need to turn to extra supplements.

Even if you are looking for a BCAA supplement we do not advise this one. Cocaine Fitness seem to be a very flaky looking company with no details about their location, their shipping policy, or anything else. You are supposed to send them payment but you have no guarantees that this company even exists, let alone will send you anything through the post.

We made repeated attempts to contact Cocaine Fitness via the website chat facility but received no response at all. We guess they were all out partying somewhere because they certainly were not at work. We are just glad we didn’t send them any money. The bottom line is we just don’t trust Cocaine Fitness, and we do not recommend Rehab BCAA to our readers.

Rehab BCAA Review

Rehab BCAA is a powdered supplement that you add to water in order to make a fitness drink. It comes in one flavour called Pink Starblast, and according to the product information is ideal for taking before or after a workout. It is aimed at improving recovery, energy, and performance, so we guess when you take it will be up to you and whether you are more concerned with performance or recovery.

Rehab BCAA Facts

  • Each tub contains 25 servings
  • No company address or contact details provided
  • BCAA formula is imported by a company called Compound Solutions
  • You have to submit your email address before you are allowed to buy

The principle ingredient is a trademarked blend of amino acids called InstAminos. Interesting we thought, so we did some research and found that InstAminos comes from a company called Compound Solutions, who claim to be the biggest importer of amino acids in the USA. Beyond that we have no further information such as imported from where or whether manufacture conforms to GMP (good manufacturing practice).

Branched Chain Amino Acids or BCAAs are important for health and fitness. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and essential for health and muscle growth, so if you are trying to build muscle it is essential to get these vital components into your diet. There are three Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCCAs) Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine, and these are especially efficient at creating muscle mass while on a calorie restricted diet.

How to Take Rehab BCAA

  • Take Rehab BCAA’s anytime before or after training
  • Mix one scoop with 12-16 ounces of water when you feel the need for an energy and recovery boost throughout the day
  • Customize your recovery process based on occasion with 1-serving on less intense workout days or recovery days, and 2-3 servings throughout the day for more intense training sessions or post-workout recovery

As well as the 7000mg of BCAAs per serving, Rehab contains Glutamine, the most abundant amino acid in the body and produced by the muscles. The supplement also contains L Citruline and a range of minerals such as zinc magnesium, calcium and potassium plus vitamin B6 and B 12. Overall the ingredients profile looks quite effective, and we like that the label clearly states the various components of the supplement. Check out the ingredients tab to find out more.

Cocaine Fitness seems to be based in Tampa Florida, judging by the label but this information is not immediately apparent to the customer. You have to sign up to the site in order to buy. We did this expecting to see some more information but there wasn’t. However, you can write to them via the website.

Rehab BCAA Concerns:

  • No background information about Cocaine Fitness. If the company do not send you your products and then disappear, how will you get your money back?
  • The whole concept of Cocaine and Fitness is ludicrous. You cannot party all night and then workout in the gym and expect to get good results.
  • No feedback, no guarantees, no customer feedback, no address, or phone number – does this supplement even exist?
  • Contains an imported BCAA supplement called InstAminos. Where does it come from and how was it made? This information is just not available

There are only 2 supplements on offer from Cocaine Fitness; Rehab BCAA and Cocaine Pre Workout. The company also sell a nifty line of sportswear, so if you fancy going to the gym in a very reasonably priced tee shirt that reads Cocaine Fitness, you can buy it from this website.

Cocaine and fitness does not go together, although apparently it is becoming common in some gyms to find traces of cocaine in the bathrooms as some people are using it as a pre workout.

Cocaine will certainly do nothing for your fitness levels although if you do take it, you probably believe you are a Greek god in the gym as the advertising says. No one else will agree but cocaine is well known for causing delusions of power, but making you look like a hyped up idiot to everyone else.

In our opinion, calling the company Cocaine Fitness is as about as sensible as a calling a supplements company Heroin Weight Loss!

What Does Rehab BCAA Claim To Do?

The “about us “information explains the concept of the Cocaine Fitness brand,

“Strength is our business. Feeling good is just icing on the cake. Our clients are like us: we work hard, play hard, and torture our bodies in every way possible for all the right reasons. We are committed to crushing it, 24/7, and feeling like a million bucks while we’re doing it. Cocaine Fitness was founded on the idea that having the body of a Greek God and partying like a rock star don’t have to be mutually exclusive.”

There is absolutely no evidence that this is in anyway true. Partying like a rock star will get you banned for doping and make you underperform in the gym. Can you really think of a hard partying rock star with a six-pack, because we can’t bring one to mind?

According to the product information the supplement is aimed at,

“Fitness enthusiasts, professional athletes, or anyone looking to recover faster from their workouts will benefit from our Rehab BCAA’s.”

And the “formula has been clinically designed to boost your energy levels, speed up your recovery time, and enhance your overall performance.”

There is a brief explanation about the formula,

7g of high quality InstAmino’s BCAA per serving combined with L-Glutamine, Citrulline Malate, Powdered Coconut Milk, and 11 other ingredients scientifically proven to increase energy, improve hydration, and speed up the muscular recovery process.

Does Rehab BCAA Work?

It might work. BCAA supplements like this may be effective at improving recovery time and helping to support muscle growth.

Branched chain amino acids have specific functions which are slightly different from other amino acids. All are the building blocks of protein and as we all know muscle and growth relies on protein intake but BCAAs, Leucine in particular, stimulate protein synthesis, more effectively. BCAAs help the other amino acids form muscle tissue by raising insulin levels, which in turn creates circulating blood sugar needed as an energy source.

It is important to point out here that BCAAs are a natural part of protein. So if you are eating a protein rich diet or taking a good quality protein shake, you probably don’t need the overkill of a separate BCAA supplement.

However, a BCAA supplement will certainly not hurt you, and if you are very serious about training and are on a low calorie diet but do not want to lose muscle, BCAA “can maintain lean mass and preserve skeletal muscle performance while losing fat mass,” according to some research. Source

That said there are plenty of BCAA supplements on the market that are more reputable.

What Are The Ingredients of Rehab BCAA?

Serving size is equal to one 14.55g scoop.

The three principle ingredients:

  • InstAminos BCAA (7000mg): This proprietary blend comes from an company called Compound Solutions, that claims to be the biggest importer of amino acids in the USA. InstAminos BCAA is available solely to the supplements industry, and although it shows up in a few sports supplements on the market, the big name brands are obviously not using it. There is very little information about the origins of InstAminos, so we have no idea where it is manufactured. The important point is that the key ingredient is not made in the USA, so may not conform to GMP. The Compound Solutions website is flashy, but contains very little real information. Source
  • L Glutamine (4000mg): Glutamine is a “free amino acid” meaning that it is used by the body where needed. It is produced by the muscles and sent to organs where needed, especially in the case of injury or trauma. In supplement form it may be effective for muscle building.
  • L Citrulline Malate (1000mg): Amino acid which turns into Arginine in the kidneys following supplementation. Strangely this is more effective for boosting Arginine that taking Arginine supplement. Arginine is important for strength and fitness because it helps increase nitric oxide in the body, which in turn widens blood vessels and improves blood flow to muscles. Source

The other ingredients are all in small quantities. Some seem likely to help rehydration and the replacement of electrolytes following exercise.

  • Sodium as Himalayan Sea Salt (150mg)
  • Potassium citrate (50mg)
  • Magnesium Oxidise (50mg)
  • Sodium Citrate (50mg)
  • Coconut water milk (5mg)

Added vitamins and the trace mineral chromium which may have an effect upon how the body regulates glucose, although this does require further evidence.

  • Vitamin B6 (5mg)
  • Vitamin B12 (1mg)
  • Chromium Picolinate (1mg)

Does Rehab BCAA Have Any Side Effects?

This supplement should be safe for most people, but potential side effects may be an issue for some users.

The use of BCAAs can sometimes result in feelings of fatigue and lack of coordination.

Glutamine can cause;

  • Nausea
  • Gas
  • Vomiting
  • Joint pain
  • Headaches
  • Listlessness
  • Skin rash
  • Dry mouth and a runny nose

If you take L Citrulline Malate on an empty stomach it may cause nausea and stomach acid.

Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Do not use if you are an alcoholic because BCAAs make liver damage worse and may lead to brain damage. Speak to your doctor before taking if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication. At risk combinations include antidepressants and diabetes medication

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Rehab BCAA?

There is one customer review posted on the product page on the official website

Pre workout works like a charm! I wake up at 4am every morning for the gym and this gets me going. The bcaas are tasty too!

Despite extensive searching we were unable to find any customer reviews elsewhere.

Does Rehab BCAA Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

There is no money back guarantee on offer.

Where Can I Buy Rehab BCAA?

Rehab BCAA is only available to buy via the Cocaine Fitness website.

Summary: Rehab BCAA

Rehab BCAA

2.2 out of 5
Rehab BCAA Rating

The Muscle Watchdog does not recommend Rehab BCAA.

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