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    JUICED



    Highly Concentrated Workout Intensifier.



    + Improves endurance
    + Promotes strength and power
    + Extreme intensity

    Juiced is a highly concentrated formula that pushes back the limits of intensity! Developed for the experienced and serious athletes, Juiced is loaded with, Creatine Hydrochloride (HCl), Beta-Alanine, Arginine AKG, and more! Juiced is also packed with powerful stimulants like pure Caffeine and Synephrine!





    + SUPPLEMENT FACTS






    More endurance with Beta-Alanine!


    With a high concentration of Beta-Alanine, Juiced helps you get the most reps out of each and every workout! Beta-Alanine elevates intra-muscular carnosine levels, thus limiting muscle tissue acidity and reducing fatigue.*




    More power with Creatine HCl!


    A more stable form of Creatine, Creatine HCl is rapidily absorbed in the body and do not require any loading phase to get the results you want. Furtermore, Creatine HCl does not cause any water retention or bloating.


    Greater vasodilation with Arginine AKG!


    Arginine AKG is a powerful vasodilator (an agent causing dilation of blood vessels). Juiced allows you to experience an incredible increase of 'muscle pumps' during your workout so you can feel the effect of every rep!




    Incredible focus, alertness and drive!**


    Juiced contains a blend of active stimulants that even the most experienced users will feel! Therefore, all users must read all label warnings and use this product with caution.

    How to use Juiced: Mix 1/2 scoop (4.25 g) in 4 oz of cold water. Drink one serving 15-30 minutes before your workout. WARNING: Do not exceed two 1/2 scoops in any 24-hour period.



    * Artioli GG, Gualano B, Smith A, Stout J, Lancha AH Jr. Role of beta-alanine supplementation on muscle carnosine and exercise performance. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2010 Jun;42(6):1162-73.

    ** Doherty M, Smith PM. Effects of caffeine ingestion on rating of perceived exertion during and after exercise: a meta-analysis. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 2005;15(2):69-78.


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