If you’re anything like me, you love to use stimulants to give you a boost in the morning. Like that 5 Hour Energy commercial says, at least mornings and I are on speaking terms now. I’m definitely not a morning person, but since I began taking 5 Hour Energy, it’s given me that extra boost that I need to get going.
As you have probably come to notice, buying these little 5 Hour Energy shots can be pretty expensive.
- Circle K sells 1 5 Hour Energy shot for about $3.49.
- Walgreens sells 6 5 Hour Energy shots for about $13.99.
Yes. This can get pretty damn expensive.
Lucky for you, I found a super cheap 5 Hour Energy alternative called Rock On.
- Walgreens sells 6 Rock On Energy shots for $10.00.
- Today, Walgreens had a special buy 6 get 6 free.
Although I am yet to try Rock on Energy, (because I already had my 5 Hour Energy shot this morning), you should know that just like 5 Hour Energy, Rock on Energy has about as much caffeine as a cup of coffee.
Rock on Energy also contains:
- 5 calories
- Vitamin B3
- Vitamin B6
- Folate (as Folic Acid)
- Vitamin B12
- Proprietary Energy Blend
- Taurine, Glucuronolactone
- N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine, Malic Acid,
- L-phenylalanine, Caffeine, Choline Bitartrate
- No Sugar. (I am assuming)
As with any other energy beverage, you should definitely get a few hours of sleep before use. Also, don’t drink energy drinks on an empty stomach.
No energy drink should be used as a replacement for sleep or meals.
I hope that this cheap 5 hour energy alternative can get you going in the morning. I will definitely be posting a Rock on Energy Shot Review soon, but until then, be sure to checkout Rock on Energy on Amazon to get this awesome deal.
By the way, if you know how to get hold of cheap 5 hour energy alternatives, be sure to leave your comments below. Usually, off-brand drinks run at a cheaper price, but still have the same effects as the on-brand supplements.