Usp Labs Jack3d 45 serve
Key Features of Jack3d
Arginine Nitrate – NO3-T™
- Increased Vasodilation. Increased blood flow for greater nutrient delivery, increased performance, recovery and fat burning.(3)
- Has been shown to positively increase Growth Hormone (GH). A powerful muscle building and fat burning hormone. (4)
- Improve glucose metabolism and carbohydrate uptake.
- Increased Vasodilation. Creating an increase in blood flow and nutrient delivery for increased performance, recovery and fat burning. (1)
- Reduces fatigue and increases stamina by recycling Lactic Acid.
- Some studies have shown an increase of GH up to 66.8% higher than non-supplemented subjects. (2)
- Improved mental cognition.
- Works synergistically with L-Arginine.
Creatine Anhydrous - BioCRE™
- Increase Power (7)
- Increase Speed (7)
- Increase Energy
- Boost Muscle Protein Synthesis (6)(8)
- 100% Pure Creatine vs 88% Creatine in Monohydrate
- Reduces fatigue and increases stamina by controlling Lactic Acid and recycling it for energy.
- Increased Vasodilation. Increased blood flow for greater nutrient delivery, increased performance, recovery and fat burning.
- Powerful Anti-Oxidant for reduced cellular damage.
- Reduced mental fatigue. Increased Power and Endurance (5)
- ncreased lean muscle tissue. (5)
- Increases fat oxidation (burning).
- Many studies that have measured weight tend to note that weight gain over time is suppressed when consuming caffeine.
- Reduces fatigue
- Increases Stamina and Endurance
- Increases Focus and Energy.
- Powerful Anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory compound.
- Regulates Blood Sugar for greater appetite control and fat burning.
- Rejuvenates brain cells and increases alertness and focus.
PurEnergy – (Pterostilbene – Caffeine)
- 30% more bioavailable than regular caffeine
- 25% longer half-life than regular caffeine (stays in the blood stream 25% longer)
- At 4 hours there was 45% more caffeine & at 6 hours 51% more caffeine in the blood stream than regular caffeine.
- At 6 hours test subjects experienced increased focus, alertness and reduced fatigue and regular caffeine users did not.
- No Energy CRASH
- Increase Energy
- Increase Focus and Alertness
- Increased Vasodilation (Pump)
- Reduce Lactic Acid
- Boost Metabolism
- Enhanced Fat burning
- Control Blood Sugar
- Increase Thermogenesis
- Elevate Mood, Memory and Cognitive Function
- Increase protein synthesis and assist in muscle growth and recovery
Who Should Use It?
- Anyone looking to build muscle while burning fat.
- Anyone wanting to increase energy, focus and boost mood.
- Anyone wanting to enhance cognitive function and learning ability.
- Anyone looking to boost performance in and out of the gym.
Who Shouldn’t Use It?
- Anyone sensitive to Caffeine or other stimulants.
- Anyone on Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), serotonin-specific reuptake inhibitor (SSRIs) or other antidepressant medication.
- Anyone with high blood pressure or any other heart related health problems.
- Anyone breast feeding or pregnant.
- Anyone under the age of 16 years old.
When Should I use it? 30 mins Before Exercise but not too late in the day.
How much should I use? 1-2 scoops before training (test tolerance with 1 scoop)
References: 1. Sureda A, et al. L-citrulline-malate influence over branched chain amino acid utilization during exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol. (2010) 2. Flam BR, Eichler DC, Solomonson LP. Endothelial nitric oxide production is tightly coupled to the citrulline-NO cycle. Nitric Oxide. (2007) 3. Lekakis JP, et al. Oral L-arginine improves endothelial dysfunction in patients with essential hypertension. Int J Cardiol. (2002) 4. Zajac A, et al. Arginine and ornithine supplementation increases growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor1 serum levels after heavy-resistance exercise in strength-trained athletes. J Strength Cond Res. (2010) 5. Smith AE, et al. Effects of beta-alanine supplementation and high-intensity interval training on endurance performance and body composition in men; a double-blind trial. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. (2009) 6. Safdar A, et al. Global and targeted gene expression and protein content in skeletal muscle of young men following short-term creatine monohydrate supplementation. Physiol Genomics. (2008) 7. Dempsey RL, Mazzone MF, Meurer LN. Does oral creatine supplementation improve strength? A meta-analysis. J Fam Pract. (2002) 8. Branch JD. Effect of creatine supplementation on body composition and performance: a meta-analysis. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. (2003)