Legion Pulse Pre-Workout Drink is an all-natural pre-workout drink featuring full disclosure labeling and clinical dosing. Pulse increases energy, elevates focus, enhances mood, lowers fatigue, extends endurance, promotes amazing pumps, and increases strength and power output.
Legion Pulse - You won’t find any banned substances! Pulse is NSF-certified, FDA-inspected, and made in cGMP-compliant facilities. It is also naturally sweetened and flavored with vegan sources.
Legion Pulse Pre-Workout Ingredient Breakdown
L-Citrulline DL-Malate 2:1 - 8 g
This is a blend of citrulline and malic acid. It’s a combination that promotes pumps and increases ATP production for more cellular energy. Once in the body, citrulline converts into arginine, which in turn promotes nitric oxide production for greater pumps. (1)
Beta-Alanine - 3.6 g
Known for both endurance and the tingles, beta alanine converts into carnosine in the body. Carnosine is the compound that blocks the buildup of acid, which in turn blocks fatigue and increases endurance. By the way, the tingling sensation is harmless and temporary. (2)
Betaine Anhydrous - 2.5 g
This is an osmotic compound that pulls water into the muscles, which promotes water-based pumps. Betaine also promotes strength and endurance. (3)
Caffeine Anhydrous - 350 mg
Of course, caffeine increases energy and alertness. It also improves performance and stimulates thermogenesis. (4)
L-Theanine - 350 mg
Often paired with caffeine, theanine eases stress and smooths out the effects of caffeine for a jitter-free, crash-free energy experience. This combination also improves mood and mental performance. Theanine also appears to promote nitric oxide production. (5, 6)
AlphaSize GPC 50% - 300 mg
This is a superior-absorbing form of choline, a B vitamin that supports cognitive function. Alpha GPC promotes acetylcholine production. That’s a neurotransmitter that plays a role in cognitive performance and positive emotions. (7)
Compared to those other pre-workouts, Legion Pulse gives you clean energy and focus. Not to mention Pulse optimally promotes all other aspects of pre-workout performance.
Legion Pulse Pre-Workout Drink - The All-Natural Solution To Superior Performance!
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