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Gold Standard Pre-Workout 30 Servings - Fruit Punch
Gold Standard Pre-Workout 30 Servings - Fruit Punch

Gold Standard Pre-Workout 30 Servings - Fruit Punch Pre-Workout

Optimum Nutrition

Goal

Increase Energy

Type

Pre-Workout

£20.99

£17.84

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30 Servings
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Gold Standard Pre-Workout 30 Servings - Fruit Punch

Product Guide

Increases mental alertness and sharp focus

Enhances workout performance across all different exercise durations

Creatine enhances muscle power and strength

CarnoSyn® form of beta-alanine improves lactic acid buffering helping delay fatigue

Combines caffeine with ginseng so that along with more energy users benefit from controlled focus

Contains no banned substances, certified "Informed-Choice, Trusted by Sport"

Doses validated from sports science studies conducted in human subjects

Gold Standard Pre-Workout 30 Servings - Fruit Punch

Why

Gold Standard Pre-Workout has been formulated to deliver increased energy and motivation as well as supplying the body with nutrients which enhance physical performance in both anaerobic and aerobic exercise. With ginseng to balance off the caffeine users can expect better focus and power in the gym.

When

Gold Standard Pre-Workout is a dedicated pre-workout to be used before exercise. We suggest limiting usage to 2-3 times a week and to take two weeks off if you have been using it for two months or more continuously.

Who

For athletes seeking improved power and performance. For those who train in the morning, it is even more important to help kickstart your metabolism and improve power output.

Ingredients

Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Pre-Workout 30 Servings - Fruit Punch

Directions

Mix each scoop with 6-8 oz of water and consume 20-30 minutes before training. Start with 1 scoop or less to assess your tolerance.

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