Your pre-workout should have these 5 key ingredients

#1 BETA-ALANINE

IMPROVED EXERCISE CAPACITY.
Beta-alanine is a non-essential amino acid that is shown to improve exercise capacity and athletic performance. It is especially beneficial during high-intensity exercise and strength training, which in turn may help build lean muscle mass. It can also delay muscle fatigue, especially in older individuals.

 

#2 L-CITRULLINE

INCREASES NITRIC OXIDE LEVELS.
L-Citrulline supplementation results in reduced fatigue and boosts endurance for both aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Because Citrulline is a precursor of Arginine, it provides the key material for Arginine production, which can then be used for the production of Nitric Oxide (NO). Citrulline clearly is one of the most important components of NO production and a healthy cardiovascular system.

 

#3 CREATINE MALATE

REDUCES RECOVERY TIME.
Athletes are only just becoming aware of the performance enhancing properties of malic acid. Closely related to citric acid, malic acid is found naturally in foods such as green apples and has been shown to help the body release energy from food which in turn improves endurance. By combining it with creatine nitrate you effectively get a hybrid supplement capable of improving strength & endurance.

 

#4  CREATINE NITRATE

INCREASED ABSORPTION.
According to a UCLA study, Creatine Nitrate is 1000% more water soluble than either Creatine Monohydrate or other creatine derivatives. Unmatched water solubility ensures better absorption and delivery of nutrients and growth factors to muscles with absolutely none of the traditional side effects of inferior Creatine supplementation.

 

#5  AGMATINE SULFATE

IMPROVES MUSCLE PUMPS.
According to a UCLA study, Creatine Nitrate is 1000% more water soluble than either Creatine Monohydrate or other creatine derivatives. Unmatched water solubility ensures better absorption and delivery of nutrients and growth factors to muscles with absolutely none of the traditional side effects of inferior Creatine supplementation.

Nutrition Editor
Nutrition Editor for RESULTS Magazine.

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