Fueling Work Sessions with the Alphacinno

Lately I've been working a lot. College is again in full swing, plus I'm grinding away on the casino. My foreseeable future is 18/19 wakeful hours spent learning, planning, researching, hustling. There was this idea written about months ago on Danger & Play, Mike Cernovich's site. The "alphacinno" - protein powder, coffee, and fat. Admittedly I've tried "bulletproof coffee" in the past and that didn't do much for me. So I was doubtful. What difference could protein make? I bookmarked the post but kind of forgot about it. Then some days ago, I was brewing coffee and had protein out on the counter. MCTs in the fridge. What the hell. Now consider me converted. Mike suggested the alphacinno for pre-workout, I think a better recommendation is pre-work. Programming, researching, writing, exercise, whatever you need to conquer. It energizes and sustains without the heavy feeling you might get from a meal, so you won't want to sit around on the couch watching Family Feud. Maybe it's not modafinil, but not every day should be one of those days. Your head might explode. Here are my go-to alphacinno variants.

Cookies & Cream Alphacinno

Smooth despite the dark roast coffee. Dominant flavor is that of the MusclePharm powder.
  • 1 scoop Muscle Milk vanilla creme protein powder
  • 1 scoop MusclePharm cookies & cream protein powder
  • 1 tablespoon Now MCT oil
  • 16 oz. cold coffee, dark roast
  • 2 tablespoons golden flax powder
Cookies and Cream Alphacinno

Mocha Alphacinno

This has a pretty dark taste, like any of the Tim Horton's iced mocha items.
  • 1 scoop Barleans chocolate silk greens powder
  • 1 scoop MusclePharm cookies & cream protein powder
  • 1 tablespoon Now MCT oil
  • 16 oz. cold coffee, dark roast
  • 2 tablespoons golden flax powder
Mocha Alphacinno I'm such a fan now that I bought alphacinno.com and pointed it at the original post. Some non-class days I consider just drinking these, never leaving my office. I may have a problem.
Deliberately left my usual affiliate links out of this post. Should you want to buy the ingredients on Amazon, do it through a Danger & Play affiliate link. Respect is due to the source.
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    Thanks for the linkage my friend. You are a man of high integrity. Please insert your own Amazon links in your post. You deserve it. – Mike

    • Hey it’s the least I can do, Mike. Your whole body of work has been really impactful, this last year especially. Appreciate you checking out my site.

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