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Barbell Medicine, Peri-Rx Post & Pre-Workout Description
Size:1.51 Pound (Pack of 1)
Barbell Medicine, Peri-Rx Post & Pre-Workout Powder was developed by Dr. Jordan Feigenbaum to his specifications and is GMP approved so you know that you’re getting what is on the label. Citrulline Malate to improve muscle protein synthesis – 1.5 grams of HMB for enhanced recovery – 1000mg of Betaine Anhydrous to complement creatine’s impact on improving cellular hydration and eventually, may benefit performance and recovery – 300mg sodium to maintain electrolyte balance – 500mg Nitrate.
When do I take Barbell Medicine, Peri-Rx Post & Pre-Workout Powder? Take it directly pre and post-workout, i.e. 1 scoop pre-workout and 1 scoop post-workout It’s $1.66 per serving compared to if you were to purchase all the pre-workout supplements separately, you’d spend over $2.00 per serving. Plus it’s already mixed & to make quickly drink pre-workout or post-workout. Why bother wasting time mixing separate products? Easy and Travel Friendly.
Why in Barbell Medicine, Peri-Rx Pre-Workout Powder there is no caffeine? Caffeine is a great potential performance boost if it’s indicated! I intentionally left it out because the useful dose is altered for everyone based on their body weight, caffeine tolerance, and what kind of training session you’re practicing. The advantageous dose is around 3-9 milligrams per kilogram of body weight, so you can see that a wide spectrum in dosage in and of itself would be a deal-breaker when creating a supplement. Additionally, since Barbell Medicine, Peri-Rx Pre-Workout Powder is designed to be consumed before and after a training session, a stimulant like caffeine after the workout may not be the most suitable option. Finally, using stimulants on each workout is likely to develop the total fatigue of the practice, which is a variable that requires to be tailored based on the athlete’s needs.
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