Why K-OS Is Making an Impact

Why K-OS Is Making an Impact

Tatiana Marinho - BSc Athlete

Practising Nutritionist | B.P.H. Nutrition | Master of Nutrition & Dietetics | Master of Public Health.

Our K-OS Pre Workout is the first pre-workout in Australia to be registered as a therapeutic good. This means that the formulation, processing, labelling, packaging and testing processes are extremely rigorous, so you have a safe and high-quality product.

The advantage of this process is that, for each ingredient, we added to K-OS, we had to review the literature to find clinical trials that support the therapeutic claims we make on our label. So, our claims are not empty marketing strategies and promises, they are backed by the highest quality evidence there is.

What can the NEW K-OS PRE-WORKOUT do for you:

Supports mental concentration, focus & clarity

Supports energy levels

Supports muscle mass

Decreases cognitive fatigue

That means MORE…



Muscle Mass

Let’s have a better look at what is inside K-OS:


Caffeine is a natural stimulant that works by stimulating the brain and central nervous system, to prevent onset mental fatigue and tiredness. Caffeine is a well-known nootropic that supports mental function, concentration, focus and clarity. Caffeine also supports energy production and increase metabolism. Furthermore, caffeine is known to enhance exercise performance, by improving muscle contractions and increasing tolerance to fatigue.


Creatine is another great source of energy for your muscles and brain. Creatine will support energy production and acts as an energy recycling material in your muscles. This will support muscle mass, function and health as well as support muscle strength during resistance training.


Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are a group of three essential amino acids (leucine, isoleucine and valine). Most amino acids are broken down in the liver, however, BCAAs are broken down in the muscle. Hence, BCAAs play an important role in energy production during exercise and assists with muscle growth during exercise.

Nicotinic Acid (Vitamin B3)

Vitamin B3, also known as Niacin or Nicotinic Acid), is a very important micronutrient involved in energy production processes. Niacin helps convert food into energy by aiding enzymes. Niacin has also been found to support nervous system (brain) function since it makes up part of two coenzymes needed in the brain for produce energy.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin that your body cannot produce. This vitamin is involved in energy production, converting food into energy, blood cell production and nervous system function. Vitamin B12 also supports the immune system and general health and wellbeing. Vitamin B12 assists performance by boosting energy and supporting the function of your nerve cells and crucial for muscle contraction, function and performance.

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