SUBJECT: How often do you get to try before you buy?
Are you the kind of person who’s into social experiments? Don't mind getting an earful from an angry waiter?
Make a pit stop at a fancy local restaurant, order a month’s worth of plates, and then ask the manager whether you can have a 30-day free trial.
Sample the dishes over the course of a month in order to see whether you have a feel for the restaurant. Really whet your whistle. If you like the food that you eat over the month, of course she’ll pay for it.
But if a few dishes are overcooked, if you don’t feel full after your finish, if it feels a little greasy on your stomach, if the waiter doesn’t give you service with a smile, the restaurant will just let you have all of this food for gratis. Totally free.
That’s just good business, right?
It's a guarantee that you will be kicked out of the restaurant.
And odds are good you'll be kicked in a few other sensitive places. That kind of risk is just not something that happens in business anymore.
Or is it? Recently, the makers of my favorite pre-workout supplement have announced that they are giving a free trial of one of their flagship products. TAKE YOUR WORKOUTS TO THE NEXT LEVEL!
This is ErgoPRE.
• It has premium ingredients without gimmicks, fads, or fillers
• It’s got amazing quality – giving you muscle pumps, energy and focus without the “shaky” feeling that comes with a bunch of caffeine.
• Maybe most importantly, the price is incredible - just $1 a day gives you the energy, stamina, and adrenaline you need to deliver the most on any workout.
There’s lot of hype around pre-workout supplements, and this is a great opportunity to try it out, and see whether it works wonders for you.
This is way more powerful than just chugging Red Bull before you get to the gym, it’s sustainable energy with powerful pumps that makes you stronger, more aware, and more vascular when you work out.