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FULLY CLINICALLY DOSED INGREDIENTS:
Citrulline Malate 2:1 (8g)1
• Each dose in OUTLIFT has 8g of Citrulline Malate 2:1 allowing for intense, long lasting muscle pumps.†
• Research has shown that citrulline increases Nitric Oxide (N.O.) and blood arginine levels which can provide an elevation in protein synthesis (lean muscle growth), creatine synthesis, and a greater BCAA utilization by muscles during exercise.†
• Supplementing with citrulline malate has been shown to directly increase the number of repetitions, reduce fatigue and significantly decrease muscle soreness post exercise.†
Carnosyn® Beta-Alanine (3.2g)2
• Beta-alanine increases carnosine levels.
• Research suggest daily supplementation of beta-alanine, supports more endurance and recovery from longer training sessions.†
• Beta-alanine delays muscle fatigue to help increase lean mass and enhance strength.†
• Leucine is the most important branch chain amino acid for stimulating muscle protein synthesis.†
• Supplementing with 3g of Leucine provides the needed amount to promote maximal protein synthesis.†
• OUTLIFT provides the optimum 2:1:1 ratio of Leucine to Isoleucine to Valine in a pre-workout product.
• Isoleucine is one of the essential amino acids that is known for its ability to increase endurance and assist in muscle repair and recovery.†
• Supplementing with 1.5g of Isoleucine provides the glucose, used as fuel, for your body to burn as energy.†
• Valine encourages muscle repair and tissue growth while providing an energy source in the muscles to preserve glucose.†
• Research has shown that Valine helps with maintaining the nitrogen balance in the body and is needed for muscle metabolism.†
• Taurine has shown to be effective for promoting endurance, increasing alertness and enhancing recovery.†
• Supplementing with Taurine has been shown to increase strength levels and decrease muscle soreness. †
• Caffeine is one of the most well-researched performance enhancement ingredients.†
• Supplementing with Caffeine immediately increases work volume and muscle strength, mental alertness and mood, assists in fat loss and helps you train at a higher intensity level.†
• Research has shown this essential amino acid supports brain function including increasing mental focus and alertness, dopamine levels, mood and energy during exercise.†
• N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine is 20 times more water soluble and better absorbed to raise tyrosine levels in the body.†
• Research has shown that BioPerine® enhances drug and nutrient absorption in the body which improves the effectiveness of key ingredients.†
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