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XTREME MUSCLE GROWTH

PAIN -N- GAINZ

FEEL THE PAINS AND GET THEM GAINS

  • HELPS AMPLIFY MUSCLE GROWTH! *‡
  • HELPS INCREASE STRENGTH GAINS! *‡
  • HELPS TO PREVENT OVER TRAINING! *‡
  • HELPS TO REDUCE MUSCLE FATIGUE! *‡
  • HELPS YOU TRAIN HARDER FOR LONGER! *‡
  • HELPS TO SPEED UP MUSCLE RECOVERY TIME! *‡

60 CAPSULES

$49.99 $39.99

WHAT IS GAINABOLIC?

THE NATURAL WAY TO FEEL THE PAINZ AND GET THE GAINZ!

THE ONLY TIME INFLAMMATION IS GOOD (WHEN IT’S IN THE MUSCLE)!

 

Our body knows how to use training-induced inflammation as a catalyst into muscular gains. Now there’s a supplement that taps into this process. Try GAINABOLIC aka – arachidonic acid and experience gains like the old days! Several studies have determined that the body’s muscle-building response to training is more or less shut off in people who regularly used anti-inflammatory drugs.

It became crystal clear that our bodies actually need acute inflammation to grow; without it, our potential to increase lean mass is blunted. While many strength athletes—and many more endurance athletes—still use these drugs periodically, the days of the Advil-popping bodybuilders are over!.

But there’s more for strength athletes to take away from this story than just “Lay off the pain pills.” It also raises a question: What if there was a way to strategically—or supplementally—induce the type of inflammation that leads to muscle growth? This would seem ideal for those inevitable times when your progress has stalled and you’ve started hitting plateaus.  There is such a supplement. It’s called GAINABOLIC aka (ARA or AA), and research is showing that it has great potential to be a potent new tool in the modern athlete’s nutritional arsenal.

Soooooooo what IS Arachidonic Acid? Basically, GAINABOLIC aka ARA is the primary fatty acid responsible for inflammation in muscle tissue. This 20-carbon omega-6 fatty acid resides in the cell membranes of our muscles, known as the sarcolemma. When your muscles are damaged by lifting weights, certain enzymes flock toward the affected area and “free” the ARA from the membrane.

When this happens, the freed ARA gets broken down and used to create small localized hormones called prostaglandins, which more directly cause the inflammation and pain we feel post-training. That may sound negative, but on the flip side, these inflammatory mediators also signal the body’s repairing response in muscle tissue. Additionally, they play a critical role in increasing the amount of nuclei in our muscle cells, ultimately boosting muscle protein synthesis.

ARACHIDONIC ACIDS ROLE IN MUSCLE GROWTH

  1. TRAINING: Normally Arachidonic Acid or ARA is stored in the muscle tissue. It gets released from membranes when you inflict muscle damage, and normal wear and tear that goes along with hardcore training.

 

  1. THE RELEASE OF ARACHIDONIC ACID: When your body breaks down free ARA, you feel normal Post Training inflammation and pain. However, this ALSO signals your body to start repairing damaged tissue. Supplemental ARA can now trigger this process, even in the absence of muscle damage. THAT’S RIGHT even without Training!! BUT when combined with intense training the results are PAINFULLY GOOD

 

 

This critical process gets affected when you take NSAIDs. But even if you don’t, the process quickly depletes the levels of ARA in your muscle tissue. Without ARA, you all but lose the short-term inflammation essential for building new muscle tissue. For this reason, some researchers theorize that low ARA levels are one of the primary factors contributing to the “plateau” effect in resistance training.

Most individuals reading this have experienced this phenomenon. The first few times you lift weights, or return to the weights after a time away, you might feel soreness and inflammation afterward, but as you adapt to the training stimulus, those sensations decrease. Over time, so do your results. Your ARA levels appear to be central to this process.

Recently, the University of Tampa put ARA to the test in a double-blind, eight-week study. So what happened? The group supplementing with ARA displayed significantly greater lean body mass, strength, and power over the placebo group after eight weeks of training. The ARA supplementation, it appeared, was able to prevent training adaptation from happening, allowing inflammation-induced growth to continue beyond traditional levels.

Based on the most recent studies, it appears that over 500mg of ARA per day is effective for improving performance and body composition. The dosage also seems to be quite sensitive, considering prior research was unable to demonstrate similar ergogenic properties utilizing less than 500mg per day. Many ARA supplements only provide 250 mg per serving, and that is why GAINABOLIC raises the bar in this section of the market by giving the body the RIGHT amount of ARA needed to get you the most PAINZ and muscle GAINZ!!

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Supplement Facts

 

 

 

Suggested Use

As a Dietary Supplement take 1 Serving (2 Capsules) approximately 20-40 minutes before training.

Note: When preparing for an important, personal, or athletic event, an additional 1-2 servings of HYDROXABOLIC may be taken. Use only as directed. Note do not exceed 8 Capsules Daily.

Warnings

Do not exceed the recommended dose listed. Do not use if pregnant or lactating. Please consult your physician before using this product or starting any exercise program. Do not use if the seal on cap is broken. Keep this bottle tightly closed in a cool, dry place, away from moisture. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. KEEP CONTAINER TIGHTLY CLOSED IN A COOL, DRY AND DARK PLACE

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to prevent, treat, diagnose, or cure any disease.

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