VPX NO-Synthesize MHF-1 was formulated as the post-workout synergist to NO-Shotgun. Because NO-Synthesize contains zero energetic compounds (ie, REDLINE Technology) it can be taken any time of day, even before bed. However, to obtain the greatest possible anabolic gains, VPX highly recommends stacking pre-workout NO-Shotgun with post-workout NO-Synthesize. Some of the benefits of NO-Synthesize MHF-1 include: unparalleled training intensity, mental acuity and focus, whole body creatine retention, insulin sensitivity and responsiveness, insulin mediated lean mass muscle fullness and blood-engorged pumps, strength, power, endurance, recuperation, crisp, water-free muscle separation, blood flow nitric oxide (N.O.) levels and COP is resistant to creatinine degradation in the gut.
To further capitalize on the incredible muscle pumping, anabolic environment created by NO-Shotgun V3; VPX has formulated NO-Synthesize to enhance post workout recovery and muscle building, thereby fully taking advantage of the hyper-critical post-workout anabolic window. This stack contains super potent ingredients that other companies couldn’t use because of their lack of scientific sophistication. NO-Shotgun and NO-Synthesize are the absolute best pre-and-post workout supplements to ever be invented in VPXs state of the art laboratories. Here are just a few revolutionary anabolic-boosting and cell-swelling ingredients that you’ll find in the next evolution of pre-and-post workout products NO-Shotgun and NO-Synthesize: COP Creatinol-O-Phosphate, Di Sodium Creatine PhosphateTetrahydrate, BPOV Bis Picolinato Oxo Vanadium, Beta-Alanine, PeptoPro Casein Protein Hydrolysate and GBB Gamma-Butyrobetaine.
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- Increased Vascularity
Brand Name: VPX
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