Introducing WARCRY® BCAA - the ultimate weapon in your fitness arsenal. Crafted meticulously to fuel the relentless spirit of athletes and warriors alike, WARCRY BCAA stands as a testament to what is achievable when cutting-edge science meets raw power.
🛡️ FERMENTED BCAA 2:1:1 - 7000mg: Fuel your muscles with an incredible 7000mg of Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) in the proven 2:1:1 ratio for optimum muscle growth and repair. Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine work in synergy to improve endurance and kickstart the muscle-building process .
🛡️ Glutamine - 2000mg: Build a fortress of recovery with Glutamine. It's not just an amino acid; it’s the guardian of your immune system and a protector against muscle breakdown. With 2000mg, your body becomes a stronghold, ready to rebuild and conquer .
🛡️ Beta-Alanine - 500mg: Enter the battle with increased endurance as Beta-Alanine buffers against muscle fatigue. Clinical studies have shown its efficacy in improving performance during high-intensity exercise .
🛡️ Citrulline - 1000mg: Witness your strength surge with 1000mg of Citrulline. This potent amino acid boosts nitric oxide levels, resulting in increased blood flow and oxygen to the muscles. Unleash devastating power and achieve Herculean pumps .
🛡️ Electrolytes from Coconut Water Powder: Elevate hydration to the realm of the gods with natural electrolytes sourced from coconut water powder. Sustain peak performance, maintain fluid balance, and ward off the spectral enemy of cramps .
Join the ranks of the fitness elite and arm yourself with WARCRY BCAA. Charge into battle with unmatched ferocity and emerge victorious. The time is now; answer the call of the warrior!
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