WARCRY® ULTRA 300g/30serv: The Elixir of Peak Performance
A scientifically backed formula and innovative ingredients, WARCRY® ULTRA 300g/30serv delivers:
Explosive and sustained energy for intense and prolonged workouts
Optimal muscle growth and accelerated protein synthesis
Enhanced mental focus and endurance to face challenges with confidence
Antioxidant and adaptogenic protection to maintain balance in the face of physical and mental stress
Improved blood circulation to ensure oxygen and nutrient delivery to muscles
Superior absorption and bioavailability due to the addition of piperine
Discover the hidden power within every cell of your body with WARCRY® ULTRA 300g/30serv, the elixir of peak performance, designed to awaken the titan inside you. Embark on a journey into the heart of this revolutionary pre-workout, helping you break free from earthly limitations and take your workouts to a new dimension.
Carnogen® (beta-alanine) is the supreme alchemy of endurance, transforming your energy into a vortex of power. Studies show that beta-alanine can increase anaerobic performance and reduce muscle fatigue, allowing you to crush records and push your limits (1).
Betaine (tri-methyl-glycine) is the essence of growth, working in harmony with Carnogen® to stimulate protein synthesis and muscle growth (2). Together, these two key ingredients lead you on the ascending paths of performance.
ALT (acetyl L-tyrosine) and ALC (acetyl L-carnitine) function as the talisman of mental focus and energy burning (3, 4). These magical agents will help you maintain focus while pushing your boundaries and burning calories.
Taurine, the ancestral source of power, along with L-phenylalanine, the energy alchemist, work in tandem to transform your body into a vessel of fearless energy (5, 6). While Taurine endows you with endurance and protects against oxidative stress, L-phenylalanine awakens neurotransmitters to improve your mood and support your energy.
Schisandra and Arctic Root, two natural elixirs of well-being, with their antioxidant and adaptogenic power, protect you against physical and mental stress, ensuring that you remain in balance and harmony with the forces of nature (7, 8).
Caffeine hydrochloride, the essence of vigilance and performance, makes its presence felt as a guardian of your performance, ensuring that you will always be alert and ready to face challenges (9).
Veinox® (epicatechin) and Ginseng (Panax ginseng C.A. Mey e.s. 5%, radix) are the watchmen of circulation, guiding you to the realms of vasodilation and improving oxygen and nutrient delivery to muscles (10, 11). This powerful tandem ensures that every muscle fiber is nourished and ready to fight in the battles of workouts.
Nicotinic acid and pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6) are the guardians of energy, shielding you from the depletion of energy resources and maintaining optimal energy levels to support you in the toughest trials (12).
And, finally, piperine 95% (extracted from black pepper) is the supreme catalyst, responsible for opening cellular gates and improving the absorption and bioavailability of active ingredients in the body (13).
WARCRY® ULTRA 300g/30serv is a symphony of science and creation, orchestrated in a pre-workout that provides you with all the necessary ingredients to transform you into a performance deity. Each serving takes you on a journey to the heights of physical and mental elevation, as you prepare to conquer the gym.
With this powerfulpotion, you will experience the strength, vitality, and endurance that surround the legend of WARCRY® ULTRA. We invite you to discover the wisdom and power hidden within this revolutionary formula and join the legions of heroes who have surpassed their limits with the help of WARCRY® ULTRA 300g/30serv.
WARCRY® ULTRA - Dietary supplement in powder form with various flavors, amino acids, and caffeine, with sweeteners. Recommended use: mix 10g (1 scoop) with 300 ml of cold water in a shaker before training. Do not exceed 1 serving per day. Warning: the consumption of this product does not replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose! Keep out of reach of children. Store the product in a cool, dry place. Not suitable for people suffering from phenylketonuria (contains L-phenylalanine). Consume responsibly. High caffeine content. 300mg caffeine/serving (100 mg/100 ml ready to drink), not recommended for children and pregnant or breastfeeding women. Net weight: 300g.
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