BOOST ENERGY LEVELS
Increase your energy and power output with the full, clinically studied dosage of caffeine.
INCREASE STRENGTH + POWER
Raise rep count and total weight performance with a powerful dosage of Creatine Monohydrate + Betaine Anhydrous.
ENHANCE BLOOD FLOW
Cocoa Extract increases the diameter of your blood vessels, resulting in improved circulation and the best pump possible.
Ingredients Driven By Results
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Citrulline Malate - 6g
Citrulline is an amino acid that is abundant in watermelon. Higher levels of Citrulline has been linked to improve health and exercise performance.*
It can also widen your blood vessels and can help you to build muscle.
Creatine Monohydrate - 5g
Creatine is found naturally within muscle cells. It assists in the production of ATP (energy) when doing strenuous work, such as exercise. Popular as a standalone supplement, creatine is widely used by athletes and bodybuilders to gain muscle, enhance strength, and improve performance.
Betaine Anhydrous - 2.5g
Betaine anhydrous is a chemical found naturally in the body. Research suggests betaine may improve aspects of performance including body composition and strength.
Beta-Alanine - 2.5g
Beta-alanine is an amino acid utilized by your body to produce carnosine. Carnosine is stored in skeletal muscles, leading to reduced accumulation of lactic acid during exercise.
COCOA EXTRACT - 1000mg
Cocoa extract contains the bioactive chemicals in cocoa, including flavanols, procyanidins and (-)-epicatechin. Studies suggest supplementing this ingredient can improve blood flow and oxygenation in the brain.
Caffeine - 300mg
Caffeine is a chemical that is a central nervous system stimulant, widely consumed in the form of coffee. On top of providing energy, studies have shown caffeine to improve power output at higher doses.
Power output in moderately trained men normally decreases in the AM relative to the PM. Caffeine ingestion at 3mg/kg bodyweight was able to reverse the reduction in power in the AM relative to training in the PM, and equalize performance at both times.
Caffeine was given to active men at a dose of either 2mg/kg or 5mg/kg bodyweight; maximal torque and power as well as total volume were assessed. Caffeine was able to significantly increase performance by 5-8% in the 5mg/kg group, but no significant change was seen with 2mg/kg.
Supplementation of 4mg/kg caffeine in elite athletes with minor sleep deprivation was able to significantly increase power output and training volume relative to sleep deprived placebo. There was a 12.9% increase in testosterone during exercise.
3X more performance boosting ingredients versus others.