The Science behind our formulations

In an industry cluttered with bogus claims and mysterious “proprietary blends,” we felt it necessary to bring forth clarity through real world results. All your products are backed by science and cutting edge innovation, you can rest assured they are designed to live up to their claims.

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ImmunityMax

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IsoWheyMax

No matter what your goal is -- building muscle, burning fat, body recomposition, or top-tier performance -- isowhey protein is a must.

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HyperMax Extreme

Pre workout supplements play an essential role in a person’s exercise and diet regimen. They must deliver on many fronts: energy, focus, blood flow, and performance, just to name a few. 

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VasoMax

Benefits include: increased nutrient delivery, improved waste product removal, and swelling of the muscle, which leads to satellite cell recruitment and muscle growth.

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Eaminomax

The number one factor that affects training is your nutrition, and part of any complete nutrition plan is appropriate supplementation.

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Oxymax

Fat loss is important for a variety of health and performance outcomes, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Sometimes diet and exercise are not enough, and supplements can play an important supporting role.

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Nootropimax

FOCUS. In athletics, the difference between winners and losers may come down to one play or one moment, and the victor is the one with that extra something that pushes them through to the finish line.

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alphamax

Testosterone is becoming more and more recognized for its benefits in men of all ages: proper testosterone production is necessary for men who want to live a healthy lifestyle. 

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massmax

Though androgenic hormones like testosterone are important, your body uses a wide range of other anabolic hormones to regulate muscle growth, and you want these hormones to be firing on all cylinders.

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Slinmax

Insulin is an important hormone that regulates nutrient uptake into cells, such as muscle. For weightlifters, carbohydrate and amino acid uptake dictates how the body is able to fuel and grow muscles.

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