Get in shape with the new generation pre-workout Maryland Muscle Machine!
Kevin Levrone Maryland Muscle Machine is a new pre-workout supplement containing a powerful set of ingredients recommended for athletes performing high-intensity strength training. The proven advanced active ingredients will be perfect for all endurance athletes.
The combination of a high dose of citrulline malate, beta alanine, betaine and agmatine increases strength, promotes training endurance and ensures a lasting muscle pump effect desired in bodybuilders.
Kevin Levrone Maryland Muscle Machine is:
- A powerful muscle pump,
- Contains citrulline and agmatine,
- Increased endurance,
- Improved performance during training,
- Increase in strength.
This pumping pre-workout provides increased blood flow and an increase in nitric oxide. The supplement has the effect of reducing soreness and supporting muscle recovery. Contains added caffeine to enhance cognitive function and stimulate performance.
Maryland Muscle Machine - composition:
Citrulline Malate - participates in the synthesis of nitric oxide (NO) and phosphocreatine as well as the oxygen metabolism of glucose, thereby increasing the uptake of oxygen, glucose, amino acids and creatine and energy production by muscle cells. It reduces the concentration of lactic acid and ammonia in the muscles, allowing the body to recover energy faster by increasing the level of creatine phosphate and re-synthesizing ATP. Citrulline malate is a much more effective form than high doses of arginine, as it is its precursor. At the same dose as arginine, it is more effective in increasing its amount in the body than arginine alone.
Beta Alanine - is essential for the production of carnosine and protein building blocks that help prevent aging. The compound supports the proper functioning and development of muscles. The amino acid is known to reduce muscle fatigue, which can help your muscles work better during training. This, in turn, promotes muscle growth. Beta-Alanine is especially helpful in intense short-term workouts such as weightlifting. Some people taking beta-alanine may notice a slight tingling sensation known as paraesthesia. The tingling occurs because beta-alanine dilates the blood vessels, allowing more oxygen and blood to be delivered to the muscles.
Betaine HCL - contained in the Maryland Muscle Machine pre-workout, contributes to increasing the body's efficiency and improving the work of the nervous system. An additional advantage associated with the use of betaine is better cell hydration. Like glycine, betaine draws water with it when it is absorbed into the cell. This results in better hydration of the body and an increase in the feeling of a muscle pump during training. The main intracellular transporter of trimethylglycine in the body is the BGT-1 transporter. In addition, betaine stimulates the production of the vasodilator - nitric oxide. In general, the ingredient ensures better blood supply to the muscles and their nutrition.
A-AKG - is involved in the formation of nitric oxide and thus has the ability to expand blood vessels, allowing better blood supply to muscles and soft tissues. It indirectly participates in the synthesis of cGMP, which, together with ATP, is involved in the process of muscle contraction and has an anabolic effect. It affects the secretion of growth hormone, supports the liver regeneration process, is an important precursor for creatine. Unfortunately, the traditional form of Arginine breaks down very easily in the stomach and thus a small amount of it reaches its destination.
Agmatine Sulfate - effectively increasing the secretion of nitric oxide in the human body, which translates into a strong muscle pump feeling during training. The expansion of blood vessels supports the supply of blood and nutrients to the working muscles, which significantly accelerates the regeneration process and building new muscle fibers. In studies with the use of agmatine, it has been shown that its action can support protein synthesis even twice, which, in addition to the action of agmatine itself, is also associated with the effect of increasing the supply of nutrients to muscle tissues.
Caffeine - has a thermogenic effect and suppresses appetite due to the increase in the production of adrenaline and norepinephrine. It has been proven that caffeine increases the formation of such neurotransmitters in the central nervous system as dopamine, acetylcholine or even serotonin, which has a stimulating effect and increases cognitive functions. The overall effect of caffeine on the body allows you to maintain the effectiveness of training and a positive mood, despite the caloric deficit.
Dosage of the Maryland Muscle Machine:
1-2 scoops 20 minutes before training.