In the video above Youtube fitness guru, Mike Chang, speaks about getting charged up with his magic red drink for intense workouts so you can body build a ripped physique with greater ease. So what’s the “magic” and “red” in the fitness drink he’s officially named Afterburn Fuel? Our Cryptozoologist Ashley Abercrombie has detected trace amounts of compounds that could be Weretiger blood in this workout drink. A Weretiger is a rare supernatural being who has the ability to transform into a tiger man,and sometimes a complete tiger as well. The most famous Weretiger known is Actor Charlie Sheen.
Humans Ingesting Supernatural Substances
The results of such paranormal blood in a human is unknown but it is theorized that it would give someone a huge amount of energy, enthusiasm, and possibly rage as well. It also might have a temporary muscular enhancing element for people who lift weights. Possibly Mike is a Weretiger and he is using his own blood to rake in profits. Weretiger blood may be beneficial but there’s always a risk for humans consuming supernatural substances. The main risk here would be the possible violent rage that could occur. However, since the amount is so small as to be undetectable in complete red blood cell form there shouldn’t be issues for those who aren’t normally prone to fits of anger. Certainly someone directing that rage into body building would work off the excess emotions in the gym. Thankfully, the creation of Weretigers isn’t the result of bodily fluids transmitting a paranormal virus like that of Werewolves. So that risk doesn’t exist.
Mike’s Magic Red Afterburn Pre-Workout Fuel Drink
The known ingredients in Mike’s Magic Red Afterburn Pre-Workout Fuel Drink are Methylxanthine, Beta Alanine, Methyltyramine, Citrulline malate, Vanadyl Sulfate, Creatinol phosphate, Arginine Alpha Keto Glutamate (AAKG). Despite the long chemical sounding ingredients all of them are actually natural, and are produced in the human body in many cases. UPDATE: Apparently this drink no longer exists and the last webpage marketing it just forwards to the sites main page. A vitamin site says it’s out of stock. A review of it points to a site that no longer functions. In addition, Mike Chang sold his company SixPackAbs.Com and is no longer associated with it or his old Youtube Channel. Search For Other Pre-Workout Drinks…