What makes up MRI black powder: The story behind
The Remarkable MRI Black Powder Ingredients
MRI formulated the Instant Release (IR) technology and Actinos2 whey peptide fraction – the secret to its feat in the pre work out supplement market. It is a preworkout supplement highlighting the might of creatine and arginine mixed with caffeine, green tea, taurine, beta alanine for that pre-workout buzz athletes desire.
What is really the secret of the MRI Black Powder ingredients?
MRI Black Powder formula is jam-packed with an array of energy enhancing ingredients specifically caffeine, green tea extract and betaine anhydrous. Aside from that, it has creatine ethyl ester HCL, CarnoSyn beta-alanine, magnesium oxide, Vitamin B Complex, taurine, alpha-lipoic acid and ACTINOS 2 IR™ Whey Peptide Fraction.
The Science of the MRI Black Powder ingredients
Black Powder is the first and single pre-training formula to employ the powerful Nitric oxide up-regulating whey “peptide fraction” ACTINOS2, provided with MRI’s “Instant Release (IR) Technology. Gym enthusiasts get the awesome benefits of the instantaneous surge of more nitric oxide to the muscles. It is combined with the most technically potent pre-workout compounds dispensed in proportions computed to an accurate gram-molecular specification.
The formula has whey peptides or digestive enzymes to promote faster absorption of components to provide athletes the explosive force, concentration and passion. Scientifically, nitric oxide forms the core of this pre-work out drink. Nitric Oxide dilates the blood vessels that transport the crucial training and recovery nutrients to the muscle cells. It also influences muscle growth and contraction. Nitric oxide used to have a fixed limit but thanks to MRI’s revolutionary ACTINOS2 IR, Black Powder generates an immediate surge in nitric oxide levels, more than what is possible. The strength, intensity, and focus during work outs are more intense than what is known. In spite of that, recovery commences even before athletes have finished working out. No “run-over-by-a-bus” feeling an hour later.