Core Nutritionals Product Writeups
- 03-07-2008, 02:39 PM
Core Nutritionals Product Writeups
Amino Acids, Beta-Alanine, & Citrulline Malate
A Muscle Building, Muscle Sparing, Endurance, and Recovery Aid Product
Rich in Branch-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs)
If you are serious about working out you probably know that muscles won?t grow without proper post-workout nutrition. But not everyone understands that the right supplements before and during your workout can significantly increase your performance. Core-ABC was specifically designed to build muscle, prevent catabolism (muscle loss), increase endurance, and enhance recovery when taken before and during your exercise program.
Each serving of Core-ABC contains:
A - 10 grams of branch-chain Amino Acids Leucine (5 grams), Isoleucine (2.5 grams), and Valine (2.5 grams) to enhance recovery and build muscle by helping promote protein synthesis. We?ve also included the amino acid Glutamine to help maintain a positive nitrogen balance during intense training.
B - 2.5 grams of Beta-Alanine, which has been shown to increase skeletal muscle carnosine levels that delay the onset of fatigue and enhance endurance by reducing lactic acid buildup and increasing aerobic efficiency.
C- 2.5 grams of Citrulline Malate to reduce lactic acid and ammonia concentrations while increasing nitric oxide (NO) and ATP production.
Whether you are bulking up or slimming down, you need to make the most of your workouts and help your body perform at optimal efficiency. The ingredients in Core-ABC are ideal for maximizing exercise performance and aiding in recovery.
- 03-07-2008, 02:40 PM
Bodybuilders generally avoid maltodextrin and other high-glycemic carbs unless they want the anabolic effect of elevated insulin levels immediately post workout. The rest of the time they want high-quality, low-glycemic carbs that feed their muscles with glycogen and don't convert easily to fat.
Core MRP contains carbs from sources like oat and barley flour, carbs sources that bodybuilders already eat all the time. Grain sourced carbs increase the amount of fiber content while reducing the sugar content and glycemic response.
* 40 gram high quality protein blend!
* 40 gram oat-barley carbohydrate blend!
* 9 grams of fiber!
* 2 grams of L-glutamine!
* No maltodextrin, fructose, sucrose, or aspartame!
* Ideal for when on the run!
* Instantized-no blender necessary!
03-07-2008, 02:41 PM
Post Workout Recovery and Core-PWO
The Ultimate, All-in-One Post Workout Recovery Shake is finally here!
Post workout (PWO) nutrition is absolutely crucial to reaching your fitness and physique goals. The immediate goal post workout is to maximize glycogen storage and protein synthesis while at the same time minimizing protein breakdown and catabolic (muscle wasting) hormones. Proper PWO nutrition will help the body repair muscle tissue, reduces post-workout soreness, raises testosterone and growth hormone levels, and reduces cortisol levels. In order to accomplish this, one needs the correct supply of carbohydrates and amino acids.
Core-PWO was designed to take the guesswork out of PWO recovery. This product contains the fast-acting proteins and carbs (whey isolate, dextrose, and maltodextrin) needed to maximize muscle recovery after weight training. These ingredients quickly replenish muscle glycogen and shuttle much needed amino acids to muscle cells. In addition, Core-PWO contains added branch chain amino acids (BCAAs), glutamine, taurine, and antioxidants to help prevent catabolism and improve muscle growth and recovery.
Each serving (2 scoops) of Core-PWO contains:
o 43 g of the fast-acting carbs dextrose and maltodextrin
o 28 g of protein from cross-flow microfiltered whey protein isolate
o 4 g of additional branch chain amino acids (BCAAs)
o 2 g of additional L-glutamine
o 250 mg Vitamin C
o 100 IU Vitamin E
Additional recovery aids:
o 1 g of taurine
Whether you are bulking up or slimming down, all of these ingredients are crucial for proper recovery.
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