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Workout Power Booster Workout Power Booster 1250g
Hi-tec
32.26 $
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Workout Power Booster 1250g

From 3 units only: 31.62 $ / Units. -2%

Shipping weight: 1450g

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Description
  • Multicomponent supplement boosting energy levels in the body
  • Increases exercise capacity during physical activity
  • Regulates pH in the muscles and prevents their acidification
  • Helps to remove free oxygen radicals
  • Guarantees proper cell hydration
  • Helps to achieve a muscle pump
  • Reduces the level of tiredness
  • Ensures proper protein metabolism
  • High content of BCAA
  • Improves blood flow to muscles
  • Reduces muscle catabolism
  • Enhances energy processes
  • Stimulates nitric oxide production
  • Contains vitamins and minerals

Hi Tec Workout Power Booster is a multicomponent, advanced dietary supplement that increases the body’s exercise capacity. It is recommended for people who do heavy or long-lasting trainings and want to improve their energy metabolism and circulation as well as reduce the feeling of tiredness. The preparation is a source of amino acids, highly assimilable carbohydrates, essential vitamins and minerals, and caffeine.

The supplement boosts energy production in a complex way and makes it possible to do long and intensive trainings. Its active components support the organism in many aspects.

Source of branched-chain amino acids (BCAA)
The group of BCAA is comprised of L-leucine, L-isoleucine, and L-valine. The three essential amino acids can reduce the breakdown of muscle tissues, which increases during heavy workout. Thanks to that, BCAA can help to maintain the desired volume of muscle tissue. The amino acids also increase the body’s physical capacity by increasing glucose uptake in muscles and the use of fatty acids. Moreover, they delay the occurrence of tiredness and stimulate the resynthesis of muscle glycogen, reducing the time needed for regeneration. They are also believed to have an anabolic potential, as they increase insulin production and muscle protein synthesis (MPS).

Endurance increase and nitric oxide production stimulation
Beta-Alanine – a dipeptide formed from two amino acids (L-alanine and L-histidine), converted to carnosine in the organism. Carnosine participates in the regulation of the pH level in cells, acting as a hydrogen ion acceptor. Thanks to that, the substance helps to reduce the sensation of burning muscles and helps to generate more powerful contractions.

L-Citrulline – a non-protein amino acid transformed by the kidneys into L-arginine, which is then used for nitric oxide (NO) production. As a gas hormone, nitric oxide helps to relax the smooth muscles of blood vessels and increases blood flow to tissues. That, in turn, helps to transport oxygen and nutrients to the muscles while reducing the strain on the cardiac muscle. Because of that, the body’s strength and endurance increases, and post-workout regeneration is significantly improved. The form used here, citrulline malate, is a combination of the amino acid with malic acid, which is also used in energy production in the Krebs cycle.

Betaine – a modified form of the amino acid glycine with three methyl groups. Betaine is a source of nitrates, which are naturally found in food, and helps to increase NO levels in the organism. Moreover, the substance is responsible for, e.g., proper cell hydration, stimulating energy metabolism, and facilitating the adaptation of the body to stressful conditions.

Enhanced energy processes
Caffeine – a naturally occurring plant alkaloid with ergogenic properties and the ability to stimulate nervous system function. Caffeine increases the release of catecholamines (adrenaline, noradrenaline, and dopamine) as well as stimulates and extends their action by increasing the activity of cyclic adenosine-3’,5’-monophosphate (cAMP). In the central nervous system (CNS), caffeine binds adenosine receptors, that way reducing the level of tiredness and fatigue. The alkaloid also stimulates the release of fatty acids from adipocytes and promotes their use as the main fuel in the body.

Alphaketoglutarate (AKG) – a ketone derivative of glutaric acid. It is an intermediate product of the Krebs cycle and participates in the production of energy and protein metabolism. It is also responsible for the transport of nitrogen in the body and ammonia excretion. Because of its role in energy production, AKG increases exercise capacity, promotes proper protein circulation in the organism and helps to maintain the hard-earned muscle mass.

Glucuronolactone – a glucose metabolite that occurs naturally in the organism and takes part in energy processes. It can increase training capacity and extend the time of work before exhaustion. It is a component of synovial fluids and is responsible for their proper functioning; it also protects blood vessels from nitrosative stress.

Maltodextrin and dextrose – quickly absorbed sugars that are ready to use as a source of fuel for working muscles almost immediately after consumption. The use of quickly released carbohydrates during training can increase physical capacity, allow a longer session, and reduce the time needed to regenerate.

Support for nervous system function
L-Tyrosine – an endogenous amino acid that participates in the synthesis of catecholamines and thyroid hormones. It is a precursor of dopamine, adrenaline, and noradrenaline, thanks to which it helps to achieve the state of stimulation, motivation, and high energy levels. It can also be used for the production of triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4), which are thyroid hormones that regulate energy processes in the entire organism.

Taurine – a non-protein amino acid with a very wide range of activity. Some of its roles are participating in creatine transport, supporting the right contractility of the muscles and reducing their soreness after workout. It binds GABAergic receptors in the CNS, thanks to which it reduces excessive nerve cell stimulation and prevents the feelings of anxiety and irritability.

Efficient amino acid metabolism
L-Ornitine – a non-protein amino acid that together with L-citrulline and L-arginine participates in the urea cycle, responsible for excreting excess ammonia from the body. Ammonia is a compound formed as a result of amino acid metabolism, and its high levels are toxic for the organism. A proper urea cycle is able to convert it into urea and excrete it with urine. L-Ornitine also participates in L-citrulline biosynthesis and reduces tiredness during workout.

Vitamins and minerals
Vitamins E and C – great antioxidant potential, they help to neutralise excess free oxygen radicals. Vitamin C supports bone structure and guards the right condition of blood vessels. Vitamin E promotes the relaxation of blood vessels, that way improving blood flow in the body. B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B17, B9, B12) – participants in many essential biochemical reactions, such as obtaining energy from food, or hormone and neurotransmitter synthesis. They ensure proper blood cell structure, improve the functioning of the nervous system, increase energy levels, and help to get rid of unnecessary substances from the body. Potassium – participates in the regulation of arterial blood pressure and ensures proper cell nutrition. Calcium – determines normal muscle contractions and is crucial for the functioning of the nervous system. Magnesium – participates in the processes of energy production, enhances glucose metabolism. Zinc – supports tissue regeneration and the normal functioning of many essential enzymes. It also regulates the acid-base balance.

To sum up, Hi Tec Workout Power Booster is a multicomponent pre-workout preparation with pleiotropic action. The supplement increases energy production, reduces muscle acidification, improves blood flow and the transport of nutrients to tissues, and delays the occurrence of tiredness. The supplement allows longer or more intensive workout sessions without causing the feeling that their difficulty has increased at all. It will prove perfect in such sports as CrossFit, martial arts, or bodybuilding, but it can also help all those who need more energy during training.

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Container size: 1250 gServing size: 50 gServings per container: 25
per portion (50 g)amount%DV
Energy 99 kcal5%
Protein11 g4%
Carbohydrates20 g22%
-of which sugars9 g18%
Fat0,2 g0,3%
-of which saturated fatty acid0,02 g0,7%
Salt1 g17%
Active ingredients:
L-Leucine5000 mg*
L-Isoleucine2500 mg*
L-Valine2500 mg*
Beta-Alanine 3000 mg*
Citrulline Malate3000 mg*
-of which L-Citrulline2150 mg*
Alpha Ketoglutarate (as calcium alpha ketoglutarate)2200 mg*
Taurine1200 mg*
L-Ornithine (as L-Ornithine HCl)800 mg*
L-Tyrosine700 mg*
Betaine500 mg*
D-Glucuronolactone500 mg*
Caffeine300 mg*
Vitamin E (as DL-alpha-tocopheryl acetate)3 mg*
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)20 mg*
Thiamine (as thiamine mononitrate)0,275 mg*
Riboflavin0,35 mg*
Niacin (as nicotinic acid amide)4 mg*
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCl)30, 35 mg*
Folic acid (as pteroylmonoglutamic acid)50 µg*
Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin)0,625 µg*
D-Biotin12,5 µg*
Pantothenic acid (as calcium D-pantothenate)1,5 mg*
Potassium (from potassium citrate)300 mg*
Calcium (as calcium salts of citric acid)150 mg*
Magnesium (as magnesium salts of citric acid)100 mg*
Zinc (from zinc citrate)10 mg*
Other ingrednients

Maltodextrins, dextrose, sodium citrate, acidity regulator: citric acid and malic acid, flavor, emulsifier: lecithin, sweeteners: acesulfame K* and sucralose, triglycerides with medium chain length of coconut oil and palm kernel oil, pigment: beta-carotene

 * Contains a source of phenylalanine.

 The product may contain milk, soy, eggs, gluten.

 

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