Product Overview 3g Creapure & 225mg of caffeine per serving Only 1.2g of Carbohydrates per serving Our most potent, ultra-concentrated formula ever B Vitamin matrix to help reduce tiredness & fatigue Contains no banned or grey area stimulants VMX, PhDs ultra-concentrated, super-strength matrix of performance boosting ingredients, represents the ultimate evolution in pre-workout nutrition. VMX is so concentrated, we have even left all colouring out, in order to fit in the necessary active ingredients to ensure an even greater pre-workout experience. This advanced, high-powered formula contains only serious ingredients such as Beta Alanine, Peptide bonded L-Arginine, the Nitrate-rich Beta Vulgaris, the patented Creatine Monohydrate Creapure and a full strength Vitamin B matrix, to provide you with the catalyst to increase your training intensity, strength and delay fatigue and tiredness. VMX contains just 1.2g of carbohydrates per serving and less than 0.5g of added dextrose, to ensure it is suitable for athletes on a low carbohydrate diet seeking only the leanest of muscle gains. Prime your muscles for growth realisation by using VMX2 before every intense exercise session. VMX key benefits B-Vitamin matrix to help reduce tiredness & fatigue 3g of Creapure to increase physical performance Only 1.2g of carbohydrates per serving 2200mg of Beta Alanine & 225mg of Caffeine per serving Contains PepForm Arginine Peptides Available in 3 refreshing fruit flavours No added colouring VMX is ideal for: Body builders lifting heavy weights for repeated working sets Power lifters seeking an increase in explosive strength Any athlete looking to improve performance during exercise Team sport participants seeking short burst strength and match endurance Directions for use Add 1 scoop (10g) of PhD VMX to 300ml of ice cold water and shake for 10 seconds.Use VMX2 15-30 minutes before intense exercise. Due to the ultra concentrated formula within this product, usBargain Price: £32.15 from Affordable Supplements Stockists
Beta-alanine is classed as non-essential, because it occurs naturally in the body. However, supplementation of such may prove useful; it is widely used by athletes owing to its numerous, proposed benefits to exercise performance, and often taken in conjunction...