BBD's H+Blocker and 3-XL LOG, Time To Get Some Bigger Shirts!
A big thanks to iSatori for being so generous. I also hear a nice book is on its way as well from them which I will also be reviewing.
A Pre-Workout Muscle Intensifier Improves Peak Muscle Contraction!
What's In It?
Serving Size: 1 Scoop
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving:
Calories from fat 0
Total Fat 0g
Saturated Fat 0g
Sodium 80mg 3%
Total Carbohydrates 12.5 4%
Dietary Fiber 0g
Vitamin B6 263%
Proprietary Blend: 5.158g
New muscle growth. It's what you train for, right? But, if it's been a while since someone has complimented you on your "muscular size," And you're still anxiously trying to build an impressive chest... head-turning arms... or at least the type of muscular size that "shows," so people can definitely tell you work out. I'd suggest you stop everything you're doing and read about the all-new science in muscular performance called H+Blocker, which has recently been formulated with a patent-pending hydrogen-binder/pH-stabilizing nutrient matrix that is sure to help a growing number of hardcore bodybuilders and serious weight trainers like you get a harder, tighter, and stronger looking physique, in less time, due to its extraordinary actions-that take effect almost immediately.
The newly formulated H+Blocker features a new class of agents that are designed to drastically affect the muscular contraction, fullness, workload capacity, and growth of fast-twitch muscle fibers. Technically known as carnosine. and synthesized in our bodies from beta-alanine and L-histidine. In fact, recent studies have indicated that carnosine is preferentially found in fast-twitch (Type II) muscle fibers in humans. Basically, fast-twitch fibers are the muscle fibers that have the potential to make you "super-human." They are the muscle fibers athletes need to set world records in track and field events like sprinting and in powerlifting... they're the fibers that have the capacity to grow beyond your wildest imagination... they're the fibers every athlete (especially those of us who are serious about training with weights) wish we had lots more of.
The good news is fast-twitch muscle fibers have a much greater potential for muscle growth than Type I fibers or slow-twitch fibers. The bad news, though, is most of us have more slow-twitch than fast-twitch muscle fibers. And unfortunately, only a very small percentage of us who take up weight lifting to build muscle mass are born with lots of these fibers. Enough of them to matter, anyway. Sadly, there is nothing you and I can do to alter our ratio of slow- and fast-twitch fibers.
But, here's some incredible news... while H+Blocker cannot "alter" your genetics, what it can do is "enhance" your genetics... thereby making you a member of the "elite few," in a sense: the small group at your gym (or the pro bodybuilders) who stand above everybody in terms of size, muscularity, and power. And here's why... With the patent-pending nutrient matrix found only in H+Blocker, what we can do is "blast" the heck out of the existing fast-twitch fibers we do have... so, in essence, they begin to appear to all "act like" fast-twitch fibers. In other words, by supplying our bodies with the nutrients to synthesize carnosine, we can preferentially direct the intracellular actions toward the muscles that have the greatest capacity for greater contractions, fullness, workload capacity, and growth!
Tri-Strength Creatine & Nitric Oxide
What's In It?
Serving Size: 1 Scoop
Servings Per Container: 30
Sugar 10 gs
Propritary tri strength creatine complex 6 grams
3rd gen NO complex 1.46 gs
Creatine Monohydrate: One of the most widely used performance-enhancing supplements on the market, creatine has been the subject of over 200 studies. These studies have shown definite positive effects for muscle building, enhanced cellular energy capacity, and reduced muscle fatigue. Beyond its muscle-building and performance-enhancing effects, creatine has been shown to increase fat loss and have positive effects on overall health by reducing cholesterol and triglyceride levels and improving blood-sugar metabolism.
*Di-Creatine Malate: A highly soluble creatine salt thought to provide a greater increase in creatine bioavailability over regular creatine monohydrate. Quite simply, this compound is creatine bound to malic acid. Malic acid is a naturally occurring Krebs Cycle intermediate, meaning that malic acid plays a crucial role in our natural energy cycle. Malic acid, coupled with creatine, as in Di-Creatine Malate, offers much greater ATP production over conventional creatine monohydrate. In the body, malic acid...
Stimulates oxygen consumption by increasing mitochondrial uptake of other substrates
Is the only metabolite of the Krebs Cycle that falls in concentration during exhaustive physical activity
Depletion has been linked to physical exhaustion
Supports the removal of components that buildup under hypoxic conditions and inhibit ATP production.
*Creatine Ethyl Ester or CEE is a membrane permeable form of creatine that theoretically can enter the cells without having to use the "typical" creatine transporter molecules. Creatine Ethyl Ester HCL (CEE) is creatine monohydrate with an ester attached. Esters are organic compounds that are formed by esterification?the reaction of carboxylic acid and alcohols. Users are reported to gain substantial increases in strength and muscle mass, with none of the gastrointestinal discomfort or water bloating normally associated with the monohydrate form. Recommended dosages range from as little as one to three grams per day with no "loading" phase, as typically prescribed for the monohydrate form. Creatine monohydrate is semi-lipopholic (which means it inefficiently uses fat as a transport mechanism). The esterification of substances increases their lipopholic abilities, leading to the conclusion that esterified creatine will use fat more efficiently to permeate the cell wall and have greater benefits upon cellular function than creatine monohydrate alone.
*Elemental Creatine Transporter Cofactors: Sodium and Chloride Creatine transporters, as stated above, also localize in the intestines and thus are the "first line" of creatine transport. Because of the not uncommon experience of intestinal distress (loose stools, diarrhea) among a minority of creatine users, especially during the loading phase, one wonders whether optimizing creatine transport conditions within the gut could make a distinctively positive difference.
Because creatine transporter proteins are sodium- and chloride-dependent transporters, the provision of an optimal ratio of sodium and chloride, but not at an amount posing a concern for sodium-sensitive individuals, may foster greater gut tolerability during loading or single high-dose creatine monohydrate supplementation. Additionally, this transporter cofactor ratio may push absorption to the theoretical maximum of 100% of an oral dose.
*Di-Arginine Malate is a novel compound featuring two molecules of L-arginine bound to malic acid. Most available NO boosters offer only one molecule of L-arginine bound to AKG. L-Arginine is thought to increase nitric oxide production, leading to increased vasodilation and potentially increased protein synthesis. The positive effects of L-arginine on nitric oxide production are well established, but there were no published studies regarding arginine alpha-ketoglutarate and nitric oxide production.
*Di-Arginine Malate was created by combining arginine with malic acid, a naturally occurring intermediate in the Krebs Cycle. This bond makes much more sense because malic acid is the only metabolite of the Krebs Cycle that falls in concentration during exhaustive physical activity. Studies show that malic acid stimulates oxygen consumption by increasing mitochondrial uptake of other substrates, and it's also known to support the removal of components that buildup under hypoxic conditions and inhibit ATP production.
Wow thats a lot of writing. I will type a little about myself in the next post.
Again thanks iSatori!