Nootropic Pre-Workout - MyoBlox Skywalk
For the ultimate in energy and focus benefits, try MyoBlox Skywalk! MyoBlox Skywalk is a nootropic supplement formulated with focus and brain-boosting ingredients, as well as stimulants and energy boosters that combine to create the best nootropic pre-workout. Skywalk contains scientifically proven ingredients such as caffeine, L-Tyrosine, B vitamin complexes, and more to boost mood, focus, energy, and more! Check out all of the benefits and potent ingredients that Myoblox Skywalk has to offer!
MyoBlox Skywalk Benefits
- Increase Energy & Reduce Mental Fatigue
- Helps Improve Mood
- Supports Laser Mental Focus
- Helps Enhance Memory & Mental Function
MyoBlox Skywalk Flavors
- Apple Caramel
- Peach Rings
- Purple Haze
- Evil Genius
- Smart As Fk
- Red Wave
MyoBlox Skywalk Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Scoop
Servings per Container: Approximately 36
Amount per Serving - 1 Scoop
B6 (as pyridoxal-5'-phosphate [P5P]) 5mg
B12 (as methylcobalamin) 250mcg
Skywalk Matrix (1 Scoop)
Alpha-GPC (50%) 400mg
Laser Focus Matrix 525mg
Real Caf (natural caffeine derived from non-gmo green coffee bean), Velvet Bean (mucuna pruriens) seed extract (98% L-Dopa), L-Theanine, Hordenine HCI, N-Methyl-Tyramine, Bioperine (Black Pepper Extract)(Fruit), Huperzia Serrata (as Huperzine A).
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
*Daily Values Not Established
*Contains 200mg Caffeine Per Scoop
Other ingredients: Natural/artificial flavoring, malic acid, silicone dioxide, sucralose, calcium silicate.
MyoBlox Skywalk Warnings
Not for use by individuals under the age of 18. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Do not use if you have a medical condition or are taking any prescription medication. Consult a physician prior to using this product if you have any pre-existing medical condition. Do not exceed recommended serving.
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