5 Day High-Intensity Functional Bodybuilding Workout 5 Day High-Intensity Functional Bodybuilding Workout

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PRO SUPPS MR. HYDE 30 SERVINGS (NEW)

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Rs. 1800 3999

  • Intense Energy & Focus
  • Increased Pumps & Vascularity
  • Maximizes Power & Strength
  • Zero Sugar,Zero Carbs, Zero Calories,Gluten Free

Weight: 292 Grm.

Brand: Pro Supps

Number of servings: 30

Serving Size: 1 Scoop (9.75g)

Weight Bucket: 0-1 lbs

Description

3000mg L-Citrulline Reduces muscle fatigue onset and increases aerobic/anaerobic training capacity.

2,500mg Beta-Alanine Increased training endurance, delayed onset of exercise induced fatigue, increased power output and recovery rate.

1,250mg Creatine Monohydrate Enhances muscle strength & power output, increase training adaptation and increase work capacity of skeletal muscle.

500mg N-Acetyl L-Carnitine Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium. Supports nerve and muscle health, hydrates the body, helps muscle recover.

250mg L-Tyrosine Serves as basis for catecholamine production; Suggested to improve cognition.

250mg Caffeine Potentiates skeletal muscle force, work and power, helps support cognitive health, improves fatty acid oxidation and can enhance metabolic rate (calorie burn).

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