Citrulline Malate (CM), also known as the fatigue fighter, or what we like to call, the seventh wonder of the preworkout world, is loaded in our product. CM has gained a lot of attention and popularity in recent years, and it’s very well deserved.
Batch 27 includes 8 grams per serving and anything less than 6g not considered a full dose. CM is quite an expensive ingredient to add, and most other companies know this. So be on the lookout for any product that doesn’t have at least 6-8 grams, as this is considered underdosed.
Beta Alanine. Many people know Beta alanine as the ingredient that causes a “tingling sensation” throughout your body when ingesting it.
When Beta Alanine is ingested by the body, it gets converted into carnosine, which will then serve the purpose of increasing your stamina, strength as well as muscle development. This will then enable you to train harder while you’re in the gym, resulting in increased muscle gains.
Furthermore, for those who are perform more intense workouts, beta alanine can be quite beneficial. It helps by decreasing the amount of rest needed between sets. This will also serve to help you recover more quickly between sets, therefore allowing you to increase the overall calorie burn and intensity during your workout.
Creatine is arguably to most well researched and proven supplement in the bodybuilding and fitness industry. It was first discovered hundreds of years ago and is known as one of the world’s leading supplements.
There are hundreds of scientific studies demonstrating its benefit in sports performance, bodybuilding, and even fat loss.
A few of the many benefits of creatine are:
> Increased strength and power
> Increased muscle mass
> Increased fat loss
> Improved recovery
> Improved sports performance
There are a few different types of creatine, and the one we used in our preworkout is Creatine Hydrochloride. There are a number of reasons we used this specific form of creatine as opposed to the common monohydrate form.
Research shows that when participants consume the same amounts of creatine HCL and creatine monohydrate, the creatine HCL is absorbed by the body around 60% better than creatine monohydrate. This means that you can take a much smaller dose of creatine HCL to get similar results as creatine monohydrate.
With greater solubility in fluid, greater absorption by the intestines and with a much smaller dose, you significantly reduce the chance of stomach issues, which is the last thing anyone wants right before a workout.
On top of that, by adding the hydrochloride group to the creatine molecule, this causes a decrease in pH levels, making it more acidic. This means that you retain much less water, and don’t get that “bloated” feeling many people get from consuming monohydrate.
In summary, you can consume a smaller amount of Creatine HCl and still receive the same benefits as the monohydrate form, while drastically reducing the amount of water retained.