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Blackstone Labs Dust V2 leaves those other lame pre-workouts in the DUST! This revolutionary pre-workout is made for serious fitness freaks! Having you ready to tackle your workouts like a middle linebacker on gameday. Experienced unmatched energy and vein-bulging pumps. Zeus-like strength and power. Did we mention it will even boost the metabolism, burning stubborn body fat?
Insane blood flow and pumps
Increased athletic performance
Promotes intense focus and drive
Holds powerful fat burning properties
Boosts dopamine levels, providing sense of well-being
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Beta Alanine – lessens lactic acid buildup meaning more reps, more sets.
L-Taurine – increases mental focus and alertness. May support healthy heart functioning
L-Carnitine Tartrate – aids in boosting the metabolism. May increase athletic performance
Citrulline Malate – lessens fatigue during high intensity training. Promotes blood flow and a pump. Helps recovery, decreases soreness.
N-Acetly-L Tyrosine – enhances sense of well-being
Betaine Anhydrous – may boost production of crucial neurotransmitters, supporting feelings of positivity
Agmatine Sulfate – helps maintain and extend muscle pumps
L-Norvaline – supports blood flow and cardio abilities. Greater nutrient absorption
Caffeine Anhydrous – delivers long lasting, sustained energy. Promotes focus and alertness
Hordenine – improves mental and physical energy
N-Methyl Tyramine – promotes jitter free energy, boosts circulation, reduces fatigue
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