Performance Drink Supplementation
Performance Drink is a premium pre- and post-exercise performance drink packed with essential nutrients for quick muscle repair and recovery.
Key benefits of Performance Drink include:
- Promotes muscle repair and recovery
- Support for lean body mass
- Support for energy metabolism
- Promotes overall health and well-being
- Non-GMO, gluten-free, dairy-free, and MSG-free
- No added sugar or artificial preservatives
How Performance Drink Works
Each scoop of Performance Drink contains a wide range of B vitamins, minerals, amino acids, BCAAs, and additional nutrients to support athletic performance, promote muscle repair, and support recovery.
After strenuous exercise, the body goes through a variety of metabolic changes including endorphin release, increased GLUT4 expression, and vasodilation of skeletal muscle. There are health and performance benefits to taking advantage of these acute responses through nutritional supplementation.
Creatine, betaine anhydrous, alpha-GPC, and choline may help support physical performance and muscle growth by promoting healthy adenosine triphosphate (ATP) levels in the muscles. Creatine also helps promote availability of ATP during high-intensity exercise resulting in muscle and energy gains. Betaine anhydrous, alpha-GPC, and choline supplementation also support muscular gains and athletic performance by supporting healthy blood homocysteine levels and promoting energy metabolism.
Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and help synthesize hormones and neurotransmitters. Performance Drink contains a wide range of amino acids to support healthy blood flow, protein synthesis, and many other metabolic functions that may help promote exercise performance. Research shows that strenuous exercise may impact metabolic homeostasis and supplementation may help promote amino acid synthesis and
metabolism. Other amino acids help support cognitive function and alertness to promote muscle endurance.
Branched-Chain Amino Acids
The branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are a collective group of three essential amino acids— L-leucine, L-isoleucine, and L-valine—that help support muscle protein synthesis. Clinical studies show increased protein intake may be beneficial for athletic performance since protein helps muscle growth. BCAAs help support healthy protein retention. Research also shows BCAA supplementation may support physical and mental fatigue, further enhancing athletic performance.