BUCKED UP PRE-WORKOUT
Bucked Up Pre-Workout was made with two purposes in mind. To elevate your workouts and to the be top pre-workout in the industry. Check, check. No proprietary blends, ineffective dosages or other non-sense. You know exactly what you are getting. Made for serious athletes, bodybuilders or anyone looking to take their fitness to the next level. Experience pumps, focus, energy, and muscle growth.
Bucked Up Pre-Workout Benefits:
Unmatched energy levels
Power, performance, strength
Calorie free, sugar free, creatine free, keto friendly
Bucked Up Pre-Workout Ingredient Breakdown:
Citrulline - as a nitric oxide booster to increase blood flow. More pumps.
Actigin® - increases VO2 MAX & enhances athletic performance
Deer Antler Velvet - helps boost GH levels and improve recovery
Alphasize® - delivers unmatched focus
Astragin® - aids in citrulline absorption
Beta-Alanine - increases strength & endurance. Experience muscle growth
How To Take Bucked Up Pre-Workout:
Take 1 serving 15-30 minutes before your workout for increased energy, pump, focus, endurance, and even hydration.
Note: BUCKED UP Pre-Workout will NOT break a fast or kick you out of ketosis.
Bucked Up Pre-Workout Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (10.39g)
Servings Per Container:30
Vitamin B12 (As Methylcobalamin) 100mcg
Citrulline Malate 2:1 6000mg
CarnoSyn Beta Alanine 2000mg
Caffeine Anhydrous 200mg
AlphaSize Alpha GPC 200mg
Himalayan Rock Salt (Trace Minerals) 100mg
Deer Antler Velvet Extract 50mg
Other Ingredients: Natural & Artificial Flavors, Sucralose, Citric Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Calcium Silicate, Malic Acid, Red 40 Lake.
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