TINFOLD PRE-WORKOUT BERRY GENIUS
The purpose behind TinFold Berry Genius is straightforward – to be the industry standard in pre-workout supplements available to males and females alike.
What Makes TinFold Pre-Workout Berry Genius So Effective:
To start, this product has proven & effective dosages that work, period. Zero colored dyes, no unnecessary fillers or harmful additives. Total transparency, you know exactly what you are taking!
In addition, this is more than just your run of the mill pre-workout. It works as a total brain optimizer, supporting laser focus and overall mental performance.
A main ingredient in this product is L-Theanine. A potent nootropic that increases focus, heightens motivation and boosts cognitive abilities.
As we know, the correct pre-workout can make or break your workout. Say goodbye to ineffective pre-workouts that fail to help you reach your goals. TinFold Berry Genius delivers the building blocks you need to reach your peak fitness levels. More endurance and strength. Greater power, sleeve splitting pumps.
TinFold Pre-Workout Berry Genius Ingredient Breakdown:
L-Citrulline DL Malate 2:1 - increases blood flow and nitric oxide production. Greater pumps!
Ashwagandha Root Extract - boosts brain function and well-being
Creatine Monohydrate - replenish ATP and increases energy stores.
Coconut Water Powder - keeps your muscles fueled on those strenuous days
L-Theanine – for brain support and heightened focus
Caffeine Anhydrous - boosts energy
Rhodiola Rosea Root Powder– increases stamina
Theobromine - improves energy levels
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How To Take TinFold Pre-Workout Berry Genius:
In terms of timing, we recommend taking Tinfold 20-30 minutes prior to your workout mixing 12-16 fl. oz of water with 1 full scoop
TinFold Pre-Workout Berry Genius Supplement Facts:
Serving Size: 1 Scoop
L-Citrulline DL-Malate 2:1 6000mg
KSM-66 Ashwagandha Root Extract 600mg
Creatine Monohydrate 500mg
Coconut Water Powder 300mg
Caffeine Anhydrous 150mg
Rhodiola Rosea Root Powder 100mg
Calcium Ascorbate 30mg
Potassium Chloride 10mg
Vitamin B12 750mcg
Other Ingredients:Natural Black Berry Flavor, Citric Acid, Sucralose, Ace K
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