Does Your Pre-Workout Supplement Suck?
Is it full of unneeded fillers just to make the back of the label look better?
A great pre-workout supplement can take your training to a new level. A bad one—and trust us, they’re out there—will waste your time and money. With MaxBlitzz you will feel the difference. To assess your sissyness we suggest you only start with 3 or 4...We don’t want to watch your rip your skin off!!!
Beta-Alanine /// 3000mg
This amino acid forms the dipeptide (a double amino-acid protein) carnosine, which helps muscles contract with more force. Research suggests that taking beta-alanine before training promotes muscle strength and power. It can also enhance muscle endurance. One way to tell if your supp has enough beta-alanine is if your skin, especially around your lips, gets tingly or itchy.
The research for -alanine clearly shows it is a powerful supplement that when combined with specific other supplements significantly increases strength, lean body mass, power and muscular endurance. Research also shows that supplementing with -alanine for as short as 4 weeks with as little as 1.6g/day has a dramatic effect on athletic performance in numerous categories. It also shows that supplementing with Beta Alanine for longer duration with higher dosages (12 wks or more @ 3.0+g/day) has an even greater effect on performance. So what do you think us here at DNA Anabolics decided to do?
That’s right a full 3g per serving.
Agmatine Sulfate /// 750mg
Is a metabolite of L-Arginine. It shows promise for alleviating neuropathic pain and drug addiction. Agmatine supplementation can also protect from strokes and benefit cognitive health. Agmatine has been used for awhile now in the bodybuilding community as a supplement to help in the quest for increased muscle mass. While Agmatine itself has not been shown to impact muscle mass growth directly, it does offer several benefits which can help in achieving more muscle mass. As a potential strong neurotransmitter, it can improve the mind-muscle connection to improve the contractive efforts of our muscles. Stronger, more directed contractions can help promote improved effectiveness of exercises. Agmatine has also been shown to support release of luteinizing hormone releasing hormone or gonadotropin releasing hormone which is responsible for increasing luteinzing hormone levels. Luteinizing hormone stimulates male Leydig cells to produce testosterone.
In addition, the pain reducing effects of Agmatine can not only be helpful in chronic pain conditions limiting exercise, but may also improve the endurance capacity as pain can often be a limiting factor to performance. Agmatine’s possible ability to regulate insulin production and increase the uptake of glucose may offer benefits for glycogen storage as well as a downgrade in the amount of glucose being transformed into fat.
Agmatine is often included in test boosters as well as vasodilating supplements such as pre-workouts due to its ability to increase blood vessel size. Agmatine is often sold as an individual ingredient and common Agmatine only supplements suggest a daily dose of 500 - 750mg so straight to the top we go even though its stacked!!
Speaking of stacking Agmatine…
Agmatine supplements can be stacked with growth hormone boosters (MaxZzz) to offer a greater ergogenic enhancement or carbohydrate gels to help boost glycogen resynthesis.
Energy & Focus Matrix
MaxBlitzz is designed to support muscle recovery and enhance mental focus so you get the most out of every workout. MaxBlitzz focuses on mind and muscle connectivity featuring Acetyl-L-Carnitine for energy and healthy mental cognition, and a Nootropic Complex for endurance and healthy brain function. MaxBlitzz includes the added benefit of higenamine which provides the crazy, laser-like focus that leaves you NOT wanting to leave the gym, and brings a heat-inducing, thermogenic weight-loss component as well