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Pre-Workout is designed to provide energy, focus, power, endurance, and more. It is an all-in-one handy and delicious product. Perform at max efficiency in the gym, or during any other form of exercise.

Pre-workout supplements are specially formulated products which have been specifically designed to help you to perform more efficiently in the gym, or during any other form of exercise. They are enriched with stimulants, amino acids, herbal ingredients, creatine, and other potent and powerful substances that have been designed to help provide physical, and mental, energy. Generally pre-workout supplements work especially well when you are physically tired, or when you can’t quite seem to get your head right mentally, and so you may lack motivation. They provide a temporary, yet potent, burst of energy that will help provide you with one of the most productive workouts you could ever wish for.

Health Canada Recommended Dose: Adults: 1 scoop once per day. Mix product well in 1-2 cups of your beverage of choice immediately before consumption. Ensure to drink enough fluid before, during, and after exercise. Consume 45-90 minutes before exercising.

Citrulline Malate
This non-essential amino acid is also very important because it helps to improve your tolerance to strenuous exercise, allowing you to perform longer, and to exert more effort before you begin to tire and fatigue. The benefits in this instance are pretty self explanatory.

Beta-alanine is a naturally occurring non-essential amino acid that can be synthesized in small doses in the human body, plus it is commonly found in many meat and seafood sources. Beta alanine is so useful in C-PRE because it helps to increase natural concentrations of a buffering agent known as carnosine, which keeps fatigue at bay. Beta-alanine enhances anaerobic endurance in the muscles, it can boost muscle mass, it boosts stamina, and it helps prevent lactic acid build ups.

Creatine Monohydrate
Creatine monohydrate is another naturally occurring compound that the human body produces in small amounts. Creatine helps to increase ATP concentrations in the body, which is then used to fuel the muscles before you train. When the ATP is absorbed by the cells in the muscles, they have more energy and so they can work harder for longer, which in turn means your training sessions are a great deal more productive.

The Benefits

There are a number of benefits associated with Pre-Workout, and whilst listing them all may be a bit of a stretch, we can look at some of the most common and most important benefits. These include:

First and foremost, perhaps the most productive benefit associated with Pre-Workout, is the fact that it provides you with so much physical energy. Pre-Workout is enriched with stimulants, including caffeine, which provide temporary increases in energy levels that make you feel more awake and more alert than ever. What’s more, it also contains amino acids and creatine, which also helps to fuel your body to get it through the workout you’re performing. The creatine for example, results in an increased production rate of ATP, which the cells in the muscles use as their primary source of energy. The more ATP the cells can absorb, the more productive the muscles become.

Physical energy is not the only benefit provided by Pre-Workout, as it also provides you with a great deal of mental energy as well, as it helps you to focus and concentrate. Caffeine in particular, has been found to have a positive effect on the brain, helping to improve the rates in which you focus. This in turn helps you to increase your motivational levels, plus it proves useful in establishing a more productive mind-muscle connection during your workouts as well.

Nitric oxide is a compound your body naturally produces to relax blood vessels and improve blood flow.

A few small studies suggest that supplementing with compounds like L-Citrulline can boost oxygen and nutrient transport to your muscles, potentially enhancing athletic performance.

As we exercise and lift weights our muscles become weaker as we work through our energy supplies. This can be problematic as if you are weaker than you should be, you may struggle to break through plateaus and to life heavier weights than you may be accustomed to. Pre-Workout however, is specially formulated to provide increased levels of explosive power and strength, meaning you can handle heavier weights and increased workloads. It achieves this in a number of different ways, though again, one of the main reasons is down to the increased rates of ATP. If the muscle cells have more energy, the muscles can work harder, and if they can work harder, they can generate more power and help keep fatigue at bay.







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