Amino Rush BCAA 2:2:1 by VPX Sports

  • Brand: VPX Sports
  • Product Code: 610764385444
  • Availability: 12
  • Was $43.99Now  
  • $26.95

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BCAAs, which constitute the links in a protein chain, are essential for a variety of functions, including supporting muscle protein synthesis, decreased muscle soreness, and have a muscle-sparing effect on muscle tissue.
  • Increased Muscle Protein Synthesis*
  • Stamina, Strength, And Recovery Are Enhanced*
  • Support Muscle Protein Synthesis!*
  • Promote a Muscle Sparing Effect!*
  • The 2:2:1 Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine Ratioo is a Patent Pending Proprietary Blend of BCAAs. Many supplement companies went afoul by increasing Leucine content in the BCAA profile. While their intentions were noble, their science was faulty. Consuming the Patent Pending 2:2:1 BCAA ratio in AMINO RUSH BCAA 2:2:1 allows you to ignite the explosive muscle building power of not only mTOR, but also GLUT4!† It’s the mTOR / GLUT4 Bio-Synergistic sizzle that’s going to give you the locked and loaded SHOT-GUNS you need to kick ass on the field and in the gym!

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