Xeno Energy

by Glaxon
$39.99
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Xeno Energy is an essential amino acid supplement that is inclusive of all Essential Amino Acids, and Branched Chain Amino Acids, but with a little added caffeine for that boost of energy!  Additionally, it contains hydrolyzed collagen peptides and hyaluronic acid to further support joint health, and repair of myo-facial tissue. It also has the amino acid Taurine with a comprehensive electrolyte blend to promote hydration.

WHY WOULD I TAKE IT?

If you work out hard and get sore muscles, Xeno Energy EAA's job is to repair, restore, and reduce the amount of time needed for recovery.  If you want to bounce back quicker and stronger from your most strenuous workouts with less soreness and downtime, this is why you would take Xeno Energy.  Even if you’re looking to promote more recovery on off-days, Xeno Energy can be consumed earlier in the day to further perpetuate an anabolic state and give you an energetic boost.

HOW DOES THIS WORK?

Xeno Energy EAA works on three specific levels.  First, it contains taurine and electrolytes to promote intra-cellular muscle hydration and prevent cramping.  Secondly, the combination of hydrolyzed collagen peptides and hyaluronic acid are needed by tissues at the muscle surface, the fascia.  Then we have developed a combination of all 20 amino acids, called Myo-Seq. Myo-Seq is a precise amino acid ratio based off the amino acid sequence of skeletal muscle tissue, which is perfect for muscle protein synthesis because it provides the right amino acids, in the right proportions needed to build muscle as quickly and efficiently as possible.  

HOW MUCH SHOULD I TAKE?

Xeno Energy EAA is best taken 45-60 minutes prior to exercise.  You can either take ½ scoop or 1 full scoop dissolved into 16oz (500mL) of water, and mix vigorously until foaming and allow the foam to settle.

 

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Warning Concerning California Residents: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or reproductive harm.