Men's Dri-Fit Performance Crew Shirt

Alpha Wolf Dri-Fit Performance Crew

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The Synergistic Effects of UNCAGED

DEXTROSE
Dextrose has been shown to improve both athletic and mental performance as well as increase energy. It is absorbed near instantaneously where it’s transported to your muscles and stored as glycogen to be used as fuel for your workouts. (1,2,3,5,6,7,8)
 
DEXTROSE + CREATINE (as Creatine HCL in UNCAGED)
Dextrose is even more powerful when combined with creatine and enhance glycogen re-synthesis (muscle fuel) by as much as 82%. The powerful combination has also been shown to increase strength as much as protein supplementation. (9,10)
 
CREATINE HCL
Creatine HCL is the most water soluble form of creatine. Creatine has been shown to help increase ATP production and energy, speed muscle growth, increase strength, increase high intensity exercise performance, speed recovery, improve mental performance and increase muscle pump. (11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24)
 
CREATINE + GLYCEROL
Creatine is even more effective when combined with Glycerol and the combination increases cell volumization by a whopping 40% over creatine alone. Likewise, glycerol combined with creatine was shown to increase cell volumization by 50% more than those who took glycerol alone. (25)
 

GLYCEROL (as GlycerSize in UNCAGED)

GlycerSize is a highly bio-available and stable form of Glycerol. Glycerol has been shown to help increase hydration, endurance, aerobic and anaerobic power as well as muscle pump. (26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33) 
 
NITROSIGINE ARGININE
Nitrosigine Arginine is an extremely bio-available form of L-Arginine and has been shown to increase energy levels, boost nitric oxide, improve focus, fight muscle damage (less soreness & quicker recovery) and increase muscle pump. 1.5g of Nitrosigine has been shown to increase vasodilation by as much as 31%. (34,35,36,37,38,39)

L-CITRULLINE MALATE + NITROSIGINE ARGININE
L-Citrulline Malate combined with L-Arginine supplementation has been shown to increase athletic performance and decrease perceived post exercise soreness better than supplementing with either on their own. (40)
 

L-CITRULLINE MALATE (2:1)
L-Citrulline Malate has been shown to increase nitric oxide levels, blood flow and muscle pump as well as increase endurance, training capacity, support hypertrophy, increase HGH, BCAA Utilization, decrease fatigue and post exercise muscle soreness by as much as 40%. (41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49,50)

POTASSIUM
Potassium is crucial for intracellular fluid, it plays a crucial role in cellular metabolism (nutrient transportation), especially for both protein and glycogen synthesis and is necessary for cellular energy. (51)

THE TRUTH ABOUT CAFFIENE IN PRE-WORKOUTS

Many people do not realize that caffeine is a “vasoconstrictor” which means it restricts blood flow. A great pre-workout should be increasing blood flow not restricting it.

In addition to that, if you really want caffeine and I recognize some of you do; buying caffeine capsules is dirt cheap and you can regulate the dosage that works best for you. Why would you take a 250mg dose when you only want 150mg or vice versa?

That’s why we use Dextrose as our source of energy in UNCAGED to help fuel your mind and muscles. There is no crash and it works synergistically with creatine to help expand performance even further.

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