Gladiator T1 Pre-Workout
Brand RENEGADE PROTEIN
We Bring you the most researched Premium Quality Ingredients Focused in Clean Energy & Pump
Gladiator Pre-workout has truly raised the bar when it comes to high end quality performance for Maximum Power, Strength, Energy, Focus & Endurance. Only using the most researched premium ingredients with NO PROPRIETY BLEND, free from any banned substances, GMO’s and Glutens.
We specifically designed this pre-workout for people who are looking to get an EDGE in the gym or for Sports as an (ALL ROUNDER). You don't get that high intense hit of uncontrollable buzz like other pre-workouts in the market, but rather more focused and leveled feeling. All the energy has gone into the overall performance for your body.
Gladiator T1 delivers results with 6 active ingredients with the recommended amount of dosages for that Clean Energy. Enhance your work out with Gladiator T1 Premium Pre-workout.
*Due to very small amount of silica in our pre-workout it may clump or harden being natural aminos. Completely normal*
Gladiator T1 Directions Guide
(1 scoop) Beginners (1 1/2 scoops recommended) (2 scoops) Advanced (3 scoops) Elite
15-20mins Before Training
-Supports Energy & ATP Levels
-Increase Muscle Strength
-Promotes Nitric Oxide
-No Jitters or Anxiety!
-No Artificial Flavours!
-No Artificial Colourings!
-GMO & Gluten Free!
-No Unnecessary added Fillers!
-No Banned Substances
-No Doping Agents
MOST RESEARCHED TOP 6 ACTIVE INGREDIENTS QUICK FACTS
Creatine & Caffeine delivers great boost to your energy (ATP) and athletic performance focus.
Citrulline Malate can assist in LONGER WORKOUTS, LESS SORENESS, and BETTER RECOVERY with increased PUMP, helps to Boost Nitric Oxide levels
Arginine & Beta-Alanine increase blood flow & muscle carnosine levels. It also helps to Boost Nitric Oxide levels, which increases blood flow resulting in increased Power & Strength levels. Less Fatigue.
Taurine helps to increases muscle contractility both within the heart and joints resulting in more powerful workouts and helps to reduce lactic acid build up.
Huge 50 Servings in each 500g Tub!
Research References 6 Active Ingredients
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