Pre-Workout Supercharger with Beta-Alanine
Taking energy supplementation into the future
If you're serious about your workout, RE-ACTIVATE Hardcore helps you work harder for longer by providing a physical and mental energy rush without the crash at the end. RE-ACTIVATE Hardcore is a low carbohydrate formula delivering a blend of Essential Amino Acids (EAAs), AAKG, Beta Alanine, Caffeine, and B-Group Vitamins developed from evolving scientific research and technology and trialed among athletes it takes energy supplementation into the future.
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Developed through extensive trial and research with new and existing ingredient combinations, RE-ACTIVATE Hardcore has been designed to provide physical enhancement and progression required to continuously assist athletic performance. Taking into account the needs of some of Australia's leading athletes across different fields, RE-ACTIVATE Hardcore focuses on four key performance based categories:
(1) ENERGY PRODUCTION
Caffeine, ATP, B12, B6, Folic acid, Vinpocetine
(2) SUPPORT FOR NORMAL NITRIC OXIDE PRODUCTION
AAKG, TriCreatine Malate, Citriline malate
(3) NUTRIENT CONTENT & SUPPLY
Essential Amino Acids, Sodium Bicarbonate, Potassium Chloride, Magnesium Carbonate
(4) BUFFERING & PROLONGED EFFECTIVENESS
Sodium Bicarbonate, Beta-Alanine, Histidine, Bioperine
Unlike other products that solely revolve around the stimulation of Nitric Oxide (NO), the combination of ingredients in RE-ACTIVATE Hardcore are designed to:
* Help build muscle by increasing the supply of essential amino acids throughout the training session
* Support mental focus and drive
* Support physical strength and power via the supply of pure power energy (ATP) and creatine
* Help manage the undesirable effects caused by lactic acid production
Not only does RE-ACTIVATE Hardcore exhibit the effects of body cooling through supporting normal vasodilation (blood flow), but it offers a complete pre-workout mix to support energy pathways and nutrient supply whilst helping manage the catabolic (muscle breakdown) response and its undesired effects.
The result is a product that can be utilised by any active individual looking to enhance performance in either training or competition.
Creatine is a compound found in skeletal muscle that supports power energy production. It is stored in the muscle tissue in the form of creatine and creatine phosphate (CP) and plays an important role in exercise metabolism by providing a limited, but rapidly accessible source of fuel for the 'phosphocreatine energy system'. This system is utilised during short duration, high intensity exercise involving short, sharp & powerful movement patterns such as sprinting, jumping, lifting, throwing or tackling. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) which is broken down into adenosine diphosphate (ADP) provides the energy for all muscle contractions. The role of CP is to facilitate rapid ATP regeneration as quickly as it is broken down to maintain maximal power output. However this can only be sustained for a very brief time (5-10 seconds) before CP stores are depleted and other energy systems with reduced power output have to be recruited to support the exercise bout or activity. Hence, fatigue that occurs during very high intensity exercise is associated with the depletion of muscle CP.
The body obtains creatine from dietary sources (animal proteins such as meat, poultry, eggs & fish) and internal biochemical synthesis from the amino acids L-Arginine, L-Methionine & glycine within the kidneys, liver & pancreas. The average diet incorporating animal proteins will normally provide around 1-2g of creatine daily. Extensive sports science research has shown that it is also possible to further increase the level of stored creatine within the muscle cell with creatine supplementation. In 1992, Harris et. al. demonstrated that oral creatine supplementation could increase muscle creatine levels by ~20%. Hence, specific dose protocols known as 'Creatine Loading' & 'Maintenance' programs have been developed in line with the scientific evidence supporting creatine supplementation.
Creatine Loading: Take 20-30g of creatine per day (in divided 5g doses over the day) for 5-7 days. It is best taken during meals & snacks as carbohydrate (~70g) supports creatine uptake through the stimulatory effect of insulin. The muscle cell has a creatine threshold or saturation point and the degree to which creatine loading increases total creatine & CP levels will vary among individuals. Once loaded, to help maintain maximum muscle creatine stores, it is advised to take a lower, daily maintenance dose.
Creatine Maintenance: Take 2-3g of creatine per day
Harris, R.C., Söderlund K. & Hultman E. (1992) 'Elevation of creatine in resting and exercised muscle of normal subjects by creatine supplementation. Clinical Science; Vol. 83:367-374.
NOTE: Please seek healthcare professional advice on individual suitability for use before commencing creatine supplementation.
|Average Quantity |
|Arginine Alpha Keto Glutorate (AAKG)
|Tri Creatine Malate
|Adenosine Tri Phosphate (ATP)
|Black Pepper Extract (Bioperine)
|Periwinkle Extract (Vinpocetine)
May contain traces of milk, soy and gluten.NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 15 OR PREGNANT WOMEN: SHOULD ONLY BE USED UNDER MEDICAL OR DIETARY SUPERVISION
| Nutrition Information
| Serving Size: 15g (1 Level scoop)
| Servings per Container: Approx 33
per 15g Powder
| Average Quantity
per 100g Powder
|| 230kJ (55 Cal)
|| 1533kJ (366 Cal)
| - saturated
| - sugars
PER SERVE: ENERGY 230kJ PROTEIN 8g CARBS 5.5g FAT 0g BETA-ALANINE 1000mg
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