Experience the Synergy of Three! Over 1000 studies prove they help to build muscle and speed recovery - creatine, glutamine and BCAAs. Taken separately they are effective, but when taken together they work exponentially to build slabs of rock-hard muscle and increase strength and power in record time! ONLY GP3™ delivers all three in a full dose mega-stack with a unique, advanced delivery system - the GP3 Synergy System™. Now with the added power of Beta-Alanine and Taurine!
- INCREASE MUSCLE GROWTH BY 1486!
- BOOST MUSCULAR STRENGTH BY 1125%!
- IMPROVE MUSCULAR PERFORMANCE BY 188%
- promote skin-bursting pumps
- speed recovery times
- promote cell volumization
- stimulate anabolic hormones
- prevent fatigue
- enhance concentration
- reduce muscle breakdown during exercise
- trigger fat loss, especially in the abdominal region
- regulate protein synthesis and degradation
On Training Days:
GP3 is taken 30 minutes pre-workout (1 scoop for maximum results) and immediately after training (1 scoop for maximum results).
On Non-Training Days:
GP3 is taken upon waking (.5 - 1 scoop) and again mid-afternoon (.5 - 1 scoop).
Kre-Alkalyn - is a pH adjusted creatine monohydrate making it 100% stable and absorbable. No loading, no cycling, no water retention! It's like directly injecting your muscles with creatine!
Glutamine-AKG - is glutamine chemically bonded to alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG). The AKG molecule allows for the glutamine to be digested 5X more efficiently! Glutamine is key for promoting massive gains in muscle and speeding recovery.
BCAA-AKG - is branch-chained amino acids (BCAAs - leucine, valine, isoleucine) bonded to AKG. BCAA-AKG are absorbed 5X better than regular BCAAs. They flick the switch when it comes to muscle synthesis and muscle growth!
Beta-Alanine - increases muscle Carnosine levels and anaerobic endurance. Beta-Alanine may also amplify the effects of creatine.
Taurine - promotes cell volumization and decreases muscle fatigue.
To get the same results from 2 scoops (10 grams) of GP3, you would have to take a whopping 11.5 grams of creatine monohydrate, 7 grams of glutamine and 12.5 grams of BCAAs!
When do I take GP3™?
For maximum results, on training days we suggest 1 scoop (5 grams) 30 minutes before training, and 1 scoop immediately following your workout. Some athletes may choose to consume 2 scoops while they train. On non-training days, we suggest .5 - 1 scoop upon waking and another .5 - 1 scoop eight hours later.
Can I take GP3 with food?
GP3™ can be taken with food, but we recommend taking it on an empty stomach to ensure proper absorption (especially of the BCAAs)..
Do I have to take GP3 on non-workout days?
Yes – it is important in order to keep your creatine levels up to get the full effectiveness of the Kre-Alkalyn®. As well, the other ingredients help you to repair from the previous days workouts and keep your body in an anabolic state.
Do I need to cycle GP3?
No, there is no need to cycle GP3. It can be, and should be, used continually year round to ensure your gains continue.
Besides GP3, what other supplements should I be taking?
You don't need to take any other supplements when taking GP3. GP3 contains creatine, glutamine, and BCAAs: the essential supplements for growth and performance. It goes without saying, but even with the addition of GP3 it is necessary to ensure you are ingesting the correct amounts of protein, carbohydrates, and fat to reach your goals. To maximize your gains, stack GP3 with NITRIC IMPACT, ALPHA and F-10/DRIVE. In fact, you can mix NITRIC IMPACT with GP3 for the ultimate workout experience.
Are there any long-term negative side effects?
Absolutely not! Kre-Alkalyn® is the safest creatine available.
BCAAs and glutamine are required by the body for
What results can I expect with GP3?
Within two weeks you should notice an increase in strength, power, and endurance. You will also find that it takes less time to recover from hard training. Most users report more muscle fullness by this time and better pumps in the gym.
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