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OPTIMIZE FATS WITH LEAN GBB | THE FEVER

  GBB is referred to as being Pro-Carnitine molecule as our body actually converts GBB into L-Carnitine when producing L-Carnitine naturally. GBB is the molecule we convert into L-Carnitine with help from the enzyme Gamma-butyrobetaine dioxygenase, GBD for short. This process within our body only allows for more potential of Carnitine to be produced. L-Carnitine aids in the oxidation of fats within our body. L-Carnitine is a non-essential amino acid, meaning we don't need to get it from diet, that is responsible for the transport of fatty acids around the body to then be used as energy. Which is why the synthesis of L-Carnitine is ramped up while we train as we try to convert more fatty acids into energy....

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PUMPS & PERFORMANCE LEVELED UP WITH GLYCERPUMP!

  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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The TRUE ENEMY to results. Not carbs or fats...

Sugars. Carbs. Fats. These DO NOT make you FAT.The Media, Industry, and a lot of "trainers" have created these myths around sugar, carbs, and fats being the culprit for unwanted weight gain and what has gotten most people overweight... BUT Weight gain is more so directly related more to the over-consumption of calories from any macro nutrient. When eating excessive amounts of calories over long periods of time, you end up putting your body into a caloric surplus meaning, you are consuming more than you are burning within the day.Macro nutrients are Proteins, Fats, and Carbohydrates. Like mentioned above, neither of these individually cause weight gain BUT they are not all equal...Protein = 4 Calories per gramCarbohydrates = 4 Calories per gramFats =...

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STRETCH MODE, ENGAGED!

  Ok, when it comes to our health, fitness, and results, there will ALWAYS be many different aspects and variables that we have to take into account to consistently make progress. Drinking enough water, eating enough calories, and allowing for enough rest and recovery. These play a role in staying hydrated, fueled, and rebuilding what we have broken down with training. I think we all can admit that the rest and recovery side is a thing we might not be hitting on all cylinders with. Adequately giving our bodies enough attention and making sure we are staying mobile and flexible(as much as we can) while moving up in weights or intensity with training sessions. As we continue to strengthen our...

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THE PUMP | More important than you think!!

  "The Pump" is more than just your typical "Bro" term that you may hear in the gym. If you have a goal of shaping and/or building muscle onto your frame, the pump is crucial for this to take place.    When training a particular muscle group, whether it is lagging or not, you should utilize a weight range that is fully controllable but enough to put tension or load on those fibers. When lifting, don't just mindlessly move the weight or toss it around without intent. Slow down and focus on controlling both the eccentric and concentric motions of the lift. Truly allowing the muscle at hand to do the work and not tap into other unnecessary muscles. The...

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