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STACK Approved: INFINIT Nutrition Custom-Blended Supplement Drink

May 7, 2012

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Choosing a supplement is a daunting task. Thousands of products on the market claim to enhance your training and performance, but you'd have to purchase a shelf full of supplements to reap all the benefits you want as an athlete.

INFINIT Nutrition hopes to solve this problem. They offer a custom-blended supplement to meet your individual needs for sports performance nutrition, which means any athlete can purchase a unique blended supplement designed solely for him or her.

When purchasing an INFINIT supplement drink, you have to answer a few questions about yourself and your goals. INFINIT then presents a formula that best meets your nutritional needs. For example, if you are looking to improve endurance, the blend will contain higher amounts of carbs and electrolytes. If you want to build muscle, it will contain more protein and amino acids.

NFINIT Nutrition Custom Blend Adjustable Mix

INFINIT Nutrition Custom Drink

The resulting blend is not fixed, though. If you want to tweak your drink, you can adjust each ingredient to create the ultimate personalized formula.

Regardless of your blend, INFINIT promises it will be easy on your stomach. They use a patent-pending process called Osmolality to make sure your drink isn’t too thick or difficult to digest. According to their website, “You can have the best ingredients in the world, but if they are too highly concentrated, or the mix is wrong, you might as well be trying to compete while eating a cheeseburger.”

My custom blend was designed to power me through high-intensity workouts and keep me cramp-free, so it contained higher amounts of calories, carbs and electrolytes. I chose a moderate flavor so I wouldn't experience any aftertaste.

The powder mixed well, and the drink wasn’t too thick—perfect for a pre-workout snack. It provided the energy I needed to power through every set of every exercise. Although I cramp up during workouts only occasionally, it was a relief to experience no cramps after consuming INFINIT before my workout.

Overall, this a great supplement for any athlete who wants to improve performance. To customize your supplement, go to


Andy Haley
- Andy Haley is an Associate Content Director at STACK Media. A certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), he received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science...
Andy Haley
- Andy Haley is an Associate Content Director at STACK Media. A certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS), he received his bachelor’s degree in exercise science...
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