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Caffeine is found naturally in many plants, and is also produced synthetically which has made it available in a variety of forms. It is considered a stimulant within when consumed. Research and development have benefited the supplement industry through the creation of a number of different types of caffeine, enabling products to include blends for further performance advantages. Caffeine reduces sedation and relaxation by inhibiting the production of Adenosine, a chemical associated with sleep. This results in an increase in wakefulness, focus, better body coordination and an increase in performance in cardiovascular and anaerobic exercise. In sports supplements, you will find Caffeine Anhydrous used for increased energy, focus, and performance. However, the potency of caffeine anhydrous can cause some negative side...

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  GlycerPump is a Trademarked and standardized form of the molecule called Glycerol. We utilize this trademarked ingredient in our products for many different performance enhancing aspects but here's how it works below! Glycerol accumulates in body fluids, except those found in the eyes and brain, increasing osmotic pressure and the total volume of water in the body. It can also be used as an energy substrate, and if consumed in large enough quantities, could contribute to the energy yield during training. When glycerol is consumed orally, as in the case of sports supplements, it’s rapidly absorbed by the body and distributed between fluid compartments before being metabolized by the liver and kidneys. If it’s consumed along with a hefty...

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