Powerful BCAA/EAA Hydration Formula - Condemned Labz Confined EAA/BCAA
If you're looking for a brand new BCAA + EAA formula, look no further. Hydrate & recovery after a tough workout with Condemned Labratoriez Confined EAA/BCAA contains a full Essential Amino Acid profile & will help you to rest & recover after a hard, long stint in the gym. Condemned Labz Confined EAA/BCAA will also help to provide you with energy & replenish your Electrolytes. Speed up & amp up your workout recovery now. Pick up a Tub today. Introducing Condemned Labz Confined EAA/BCAA!!
Condemned Labz Confined EAA/BCAA Benefits
- Delicious Tasting Flavors
- Contains A Full Essential Amino Acid Profile
- Combats Muscle Protein Breakdown
- Helps To Speed Up Post Workout Recovery Times
- Relives Muscle Soreness
- Helps To Reduce Mental Fogginess & Fatigue
- Provides Extreme Energy Supports
- Helps To Replenish Electrolytes & Provide Hydration
Condemned Labz Confined EAA/BCAA Flavors
- Coconut Lime
- Peach Iced Tea
How Do I Take Condemned Labz Confined EAA/BCAA?
Condemned Labz recommends taking one (1) Scoop with 8-12 Ounces of Water intra-workout. On off training days, take one (1) Scoop at any time of the day.
Condemned Labz Confined EAA/BCAA Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Scoop
Servings Per Container: 30
Calcium (From Calcium Citrate) 60mg
Magnesium (From Magnesium Citrate) 30mg
Sodium (From Sodium Chloride) 120mg
Potassium (From Potassium Chloride) 100mg
Instantized L-Leucine 3,000mg
Instantized L-Isoleucine 1,000mg
Instanized L-Valine 1,000mg
Other Ingredients: None.
Condemned Labz Confined EAA/BCAA Side Effects & Warnings
For use by healthy adults only, not recommended for persons under the age of 18. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Seek advice from a Healthcare Professional before taking if you have any preexisting medical condition to ensure it is safe to take this product. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
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