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Pre-workout ‘PRE-pro’ for fat loss

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Pre-workout ‘PRE-pro’ for fat loss

PRE-pro is our unique pre-workout formula which contains 18 active, clinically dosed ingredients.

PRE-pro is designed as a high strength pre-workout and energy boosting ‘pump’ formula with focus and digestive enhancement and added Glucose Disposal Agents.

PRE-pro includes thermogenic-effect ingredients (1) of 400mg of caffeine, 150mg of teacrine and 120mg of dynamine. It also contains other researched fat burning ingredients including 1000mg of Acetyl L-Carnitine, 1500mg of Choline Bitartrate, 400mg of Citrus Aurantium and 5mg of black pepper extract (piperine). (2)(3)

This combination can burn over 100-200 calories a day. Whilst this may not seem a lot of calories at first glance… if you are already in a sensible calorie deficit – as you should be for fat loss – then this soon adds up to over 700-1400 calories a week – almost a day/half a day’s worth of calories burned each week!

PRE-pro is only 26 calories per serving, of which only 0.1g of fat and 0.71 of carbs (0.12g sugars)

As a starting point for a calorie deficit, we suggest bodyweight in lb X 10-12.

e.g; a 200lb male, would be between 2000-2400 calories per day. Keep protein high for muscle preservation (1g per 1lb of bwt is a good pointer to start from.)

PRE-pro also contains 500mg of mood enhancing ashwagandha which helps eliminate the post-stimulant ‘crash’ and ‘jitters’, and 50mg of electrolytes to aid faster recovery.

Lastly, PRE-pro uniquely contains a Glucose Disposal Agent formula (1000mg of Alpha Lipoic Acid and 0.035mg of Chromium Picolinate) which shuttles carbs into the bloodstream for more efficient use of carbs for fuel for energy, which means that you can work harder and gain better results.

 

references;

(1) Diepvens K Obesity and thermogenesis related to the consumption of caffeine, ephedrine, capsaicin, and green tea. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2007 Jan;292(1):R77-85.

(2) Greenberg JA et. al. Coffee, diabetes, and weight control. Am J Clin Nutr. (2006) 84(4):682-93.

(3) Magkos F1, Kavouras SA.Caffeine and ephedrine: physiological, metabolic and performance-enhancing effects. Sports Med. 2004;34(13):871-89.

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