Onnit Cyber Monday Sale: Save Up to 25%, Earn 10% More Off, Free Go Packs

Onnit Cyber Monday Sale: Save Up to 25%, Earn 10% More Off, Free Go PacksLike I mentioned on Black Friday, Onnit is having a huge sale, and it’s actually getting better today for Cyber Monday. You can still save up to 25% on supplements, foods, packages, fitness equipment and gear, but you can also save up to an additional 10% based on how much you spend. If you spend $150 or more, you get an additional 5% off. If you spend $250 or more, you get an additional 10% off on top of the aforementioned discounts. That’s bonkers! Plus every order regardless of its amount will receive a free single go pack, which is essentially a single serving of something like Alpha Brain or Shroom Tech Sport.

This incredible Cyber Monday sale ends tonight, Monday, December 2, 2013 at 11:59 PST. Remember that PST is actually three hours behind EST, so that would really be 2:59AM EST.

This is all I’m going to say on the Onnit Cyber Monday Sale. Below is the breakdown of the savings:

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Save Up to 30% (and more!) During Onnit’s 2014 Black Friday Cyber Monday Sale

Save Up to 30% (and more!) During Onnit's 2014 Black Friday Cyber Monday Sale

Update: 12/01/2014

Today is Cyber Monday, which means it’s the last day of Onnit’s big Black Friday/Cyber Monday 2014 sale. Before the sale ends, you’ll want to head over to the Onnit website and check out the TPC: Total Primate Care page. TPC includes all of Onnit’s best supplements divided into day and night packs, available in 15 and 30-day supplies. This stuff is normally out of stock, so the fact that it’s actually available and on sale today makes it a no brainer. Stock up while this stuff is on sale and save a ton of money compared to buying the supplements individually. Remember, you have until 11:59PM EST (8:59PM PST) today, December 1, 2014, to save big money.

Update: 11/28/2014

I’ve noticed a lot of people heading to this page looking for Onnit’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2014 sales. This is an old post from last year, but is still getting hits from Google, so I figured I’d update this post with information for this year.

Unlike previous years where you could save up to 25% off Onnit products, Onnit has launched its biggest sale of the year, and maybe ever. The company has said that this will be the biggest sale of the year, so I wouldn’t expect a bigger sale on Boxing Day or heading into 2015. That being said, if you’ve held back on buying something or are looking to stock up on supplements or foods you use regularly, this is the time to buy.

Here’s how the 2014 Onnit Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale breaks down:

  • Save 25% off all supplements
  • Save 18% off all foods and fitness equipment
  • Save 30% off all gear (clothes, bags, etc.)
  • Save an additional 5% off on all orders over $150
  • Save an additional 10% off on all orders over $250!

As you can see, this adds up to some serious savings.

If you were interested in the Primal Bells, you can get the whole line at a crazy discount and save a boat load of cash. This works for any of the expensive Onnit exercise equipment actually. And, if you stock up on multiple bottles of supplements you can save a lot. If you need a new blender, the Blendtec WildSide–which retails for $500 on the Onnit website–is available for about $336 this weekend. This is MADNESS!

It’s a cliche, I know, but literally the more you buy the more you save in the long run.

So click here to check out the special Black Friday and Cyber Monday page that Onnit has posted for a full breakdown of the sale, which ends at 11:59PM EST on Monday, December 1, 2014. You still have all weekend, but don’t put it off and wait because stuff sells out often. The Zombie Bells are out of stock, the Total Primate Care is out of stock, and who knows what could be next.

Have a great weekend everybody!


In my post earlier today I mentioned how I was going to tone down the Onnit posts on this blog, so I’ll keep this one short and sweet.

Like every other online and brick and mortar store, Onnit is having a sale this Black Friday, and it’s the best one of the year. If there are any supplements supplements, foods, package deals, or fitness gear that you’ve had your eye on, now’s the time to pull the trigger. Some of this stuff can also make a great Christmas gift as well, so there’s that to think about too. At any rate, there are some great deals, so act quickly, because some of this stuff is sure to go out of stock over the weekend.

And for the record, this sale includes everything from Primal Bells and Zombie Bells to Onnit 180 drink mix, Total Primate Care, Hemp Force, T+ testosterone booster, Alpha Brain, Blendtec blenders, and everything else.

Here’s the breakdown of the savings during Onnit’s Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale:

This sale starts on Friday, November 29, 2013 at 12AM EST. So to those of us who don’t go to bed at 9PM, this means Thursday night at midnight everything goes on sale. The sale is on all weekend and concludes on Cyber Monday (Monday, December 2, 2013) at 11:59 PST. Remember that PST is actually three hours behind EST, so that would really be 2:59AM EST. Confused yet? Me too. Not sure why Onnit chose to list these times in two time zones, but there you have it. Visit onnit.com sometime this weekend after midnight tonight (but before midnight on Monday night) and you can save up to 25% off everything.

Onnit Hemp Force Vanill-Acai Now Available!

Onnit Hemp Force Vanill-Acai Now Available!First came the original Hemp Force protein powder with a chocolate maca flavor, followed shortly thereafter with a vanilla Hemp Force protein bar. I’ve always been a vanilla kind of guy, so I wondered if and when Onnit was going to drop a vanilla variation of the Hemp Force protein powder. Joey Diaz hinted a while ago that it was on its way, and friends, that day has finally arrived.

The reason for the delay is simple: it took Onnit a long while to track down the right vanilla to use in its protein powder, and then even more time to perfect the recipe. You can’t just combine vanilla with hemp powder and call it a day. Onnit spent over a year developing this new formula, experimenting with over a dozen different recipes before discovering the perfect flavor profile for the new Hemp Force Vanill-Acai protein powder.

What Onnit came up with is a unique recipe that includes hemp protein powder, vanilla, mesquite powder, freeze dried acai berries, chia seeds, and flax seeds. Mike Dolce would be proud, as Hemp Force Vanill-Acai is created using 100% earth grown nutrients. No vitamins or nutrients made in a lab somewhere. This is sustenance from the best stuff on earth.

I’m starting to sound like part-owner of the company or something, which I obviously am not, but I am a big fan of Onnit’s products, including the original Hemp Force. Needless to say, I’m more than excited to try this new vanilla Hemp Force recipe. I hope to have some in my hands within a week or two, so check back soon for my full Onnit Hemp Force Vanill-Acai protein powder review!

Onnit Muscle Builder Pack on Sale

onnit-muscle-builder-packI was checking out the Onnit website today to see what new stuff they added and what deals they had going on. I discovered a bundle called the Muscle Builder Pack that I thought would appeal to some of you guys. Looking at the traffic coming into my site, I can say that two of the most popular search terms used are related to Onnit’s T+ Testosterone Booster and the Hemp Force Protein Powder.

The T+ is the new and updated recipe that’s slightly tweaked from the original. Some people felt that the “original recipe” was a little too sweet. I haven’t tried the updated version yet, but I’ve heard that it tastes better than before without sacrificing any of the testosterone boosting benefits.

The Hemp Force Protein Powder included in this bundle is the original formula, the choclate maca flavor. Those who’ve tried this all seem to agree that it’s one of the most delicious protein powders on the market. It won’t bloat you like whey protein powder will, and it’s delicious either mixed in with a smoothie or on its own.

If you’re hesitant about Onnit products and looking to save a bit of money on a purchase, this is a good way to do that. This Muscle Builder Pack retails for about $110 when you purchase the T+ and Hemp Force separately, but when you purchase this pack, it’s only $95 so you’re saving $15. Who knows when the next Onnit sale or coupon code will be released, so Onnit Bundle Packs are the next best thing until then!

Onnit Hemp Force Power Balls Recipe

Onnit Hemp Force Power Balls RecipeI’ve shared a couple Onnit Hemp Force recipes on this blog in the past, but they’ve all been for shakes that you drink. After checking out Onnit’s official blog, I uncovered a Hemp Force recipe, but not for something that you drink. This particular recipe is for something Onnit calls Hemp Force Power Balls!

My favorite type of recipe is a no-bake recipe, and that’s exactly what this one is, though you will need to use the stove briefly. Using only six ingredients, the recipe is also vegan, gluten-free, packed with protein, and doesn’t require you to add any sugar. You might even have all the ingredients in your cupboards already.

Ingredients:

  • a half cup of creamy peanut butter
  • one tablespoon of unrefined coconut oil
  • six scoops of Hemp Force protein powder
  • a half cup of almond milk
  • a half cup of coconut flakes
  • three cups of brown rice cereal

To prepare, you’ll need to grab a large saucepan and melt the peanut butter and coconut oil together. Using a separate bowl, combine the almond milk and protein powder and mix it into a thick paste. Then, add the protein powder mixture to the saucepan and mix again. Next, fold in the coconut and cereal and mix everything together. With your hands, roll the mixture into balls measuring one to two inches in width. That’s it! Store in an airtight container and eat them before working out or to curb your appetite between meals.

Obviously you can use whatever brand of peanut butter or unrefined coconut oil (though Onnit does have its own) and you can substitute brown rice cereal for Rice Krispies and the almond milk for regular milk if it’s of no issue to you, but the one ingredient that must remain is Onnit Hemp Force protein powder. This is because unlike other hemp protein powders, Hemp Force actually tastes good. If you make this recipe using any other type of protein powder, it likely won’t turn out too well so keep that in mind.

Again, this recipe was originally posted on the Onnit Blog, so all credit goes to them.

Onnit Hemp Force Bars

Onnit Hemp Force BarsOut of nowhere Onnit just dropped it’s latest product: Hemp Force Bars. These protein bars combine everything you love about Hemp Force protein powder condensed into a bar form. Not everyone has the time to eat and drink a shake before working out. You could be hitting the gym after work and not have access to a blender, or maybe you don’t want to carry around a jug of protein powder with you. That’s where the Hemp Force protein bars can help. They are infinitely more portable, just as delicious, and you can buy them either by the box or individually. I haven’t had a chance to try them yet, but they pack 10g of protein and 3g of fiber and currently come in a vanilla chai flavor. I love Bolthouse Farms Vanilla Chai Tea, so I’m hoping these Hemp Force protein bars are just as delicious.

New and Improved Onnit T+ Recipe

New and Improved Onnit T+ RecipeI got an email from Onnit the other day saying that the T+ testosterone booster supplement is now back in stock. Some people found it to be a little too sweet for their tastes, and it sounds like Onnit has listened to them. A new recipe is used and it now has an improved taste. I can’t comment on this as I haven’t tried the new and improved T+ but when I get my hands on some, I’ll post a review. If you haven’t yet tried it out, or if your current supply is running low, you can head over to the Onnit website and order some up.

Onnit has also created some bundle packs for those of you who like saving money. The Muscle Builder pack includes T+ and the Hemp Force protein powder at nearly $15 off. The 30 Days to Six Pack bundle has Bullet Proof Upgraded coffee, Bulletproof MCT Oil, two jars of Shroom Tech Sport, and T+ at a savings of nearly $30. There’s also a new non-T+ bundle called Powerful Pantry, which saves you $10 and includes a box of Tanka bars, a bottle of stevia sweetener, a jar of pink Himilayan salt, and a jar each of the new Walnut Almond Cashew butter and the Macadamia Cacao Cherry butter.

How to Make Your Own Onnit Hemp Force Protein Powder

How to Make Your Own Onnit Hemp Force Protein PowderOne of the cool things I originally liked about Onnit when I first heard about the company on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast was how it provides a list of ingredients for many (all?) of its products on its website. That way, as Joe would say, if you wanted to make your own at home, you could. I can say now that I think they do this knowing that there’s no way you’ll be able to replicate their products 100%.

What I set out to accomplish was to make my own Hemp Force protein powder. As I mentioned in an earlier blog post, I found a local source for maca root powder, unsweetened cocoa powder, and stevia. I then purchased some Manitoba Harvest hemp protein powder since hemp powder wasn’t available in bulk form. Finally, some vanilla extract completed the ingredients list. Unfortunately I couldn’t find any vanilla extract powder either, so the liquid variety would have to suffice.

Over the course of the next five days I concocted two shakes per day trying to replicate the undeniably delicious Onnit Hemp Force recipe. Some of my shakes were overpoweringly sweet, no doubt due to using too much stevia. Others had too much vanilla or cocoa taste, thanks to too much of those ingredients, obviously. Some simply just didn’t offer much in the taste department, likely because I was being too modest with the cocoa, stevia, and vanilla. This proved to be much more difficult than I had anticipated.

In the end, what I learned is that I couldn’t replicate Onnit Hemp Force protein powder. While I did have a list of all the ingredients, I didn’t know what ratio to use them in. Ultimately, it was cheaper to just spend the money on buying the real thing rather than trying unsuccessfully to make my own. It’s also easier, cuts down on prep time, and you have the peace of mind knowing exactly what you’re getting. If you managed to breakdown the Hemp Force recipe, please comment with the ratios because I’d love to try it!

Hemp Force Protein Powder Review

Hemp Force Protein Powder ReviewI mentioned in an couple of earlier blog posts about the benefits of hemp, more specifically in a protein powder form. It’s a great source of not only protein but also essential fatty acids and antioxidants as well. For months I used a few different types of hemp protein powders from Manitoba Harvest, like the one with added fibre, one which was vanilla flavored and one which was chocolate flavored as well.

One of my favorite nutritional/supplement companies is Onnit, and they released their own version of a hemp protein powder last year called Hemp Force. I must say, I was very surprised with the taste of it, sweetened with stevia (a natural zero-calorie sweetener) and cocoa so not only is it healthy, but it’s delicious as well. Also added is maca root, which has been used for centuries to boost energy and act as a natural aphrodisiac.

I’d say I have an overactive libido anyways, so I can’t comment on the power of maca in that respect, but I can tell you that the taste of Hemp Force protein powder was absolutely delicious. I’ve tried it mixed with milk, a little natural unsweetened greek yogurt and a bit of peanut butter and when mixed in my blender, created something that tasted so tremendous it was hard to believe that it was actually good for me.

On the topic of blending protein powder, I found that Manitoba Harvest–even after being blasted through the blades of my Blendtec blender–was grainy and I knew it was in there. I’m not sure what process is used with Onnit’s Hemp Force, but I had no grainy texture in any of my shakes. Just a subtle chocolatey flavor that elevated my daily shake routine from something I did each morning to something I look forward to drinking each day.