Blackstone Labs Dust V2
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?
Blackstone Labs Dust V2 Benefits:
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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Blackstone Labs Dust V2 Ingredient Breakdown:
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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