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MuscleSport | Retail Exclusive Supplements AlphaSRM
MuscleSport | Retail Exclusive Supplements AlphaSRM

AlphaSRM

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2-in-1 BODY RECOMP TOOL

  • Builds muscle and burns fat simultaneously*
  • 4 research validated testosterone enhancers*
  • 5 effective thermogenic compounds*
  • Increases metabolic rate*
  • Inhibits aromatase*
  • Nitrosigine® for muscle-engorging pumps*

Description

Building or retaining muscle while simultaneously losing fat has been described as a near impossible task. This 'body recomposition' often requires a calorie deficit or surplus that may deprive your body of key muscle building nutrients while also minimizing your body’s ability to lose fat.

Why sabotage all your hard work when MuscleSport AlphaSRM provides the muscle building and fat loss solution in one powerful formula? 

AlphaSRM's synergistic combination of natural testosterone enhancing agents, proven fat loss ingredients, and aromatase inhibitors work together to promote an anabolic environment, kick your metabolism into overdrive, and help keep estrogen and cortisol levels in check.

Take a closer look at AlphaSRM's fully transparent label and you will find full, clinical doses of:

  • Nitrosigine (1000mg) – A “super nitric oxide” booster that opens up blood pathways into the muscles to improve nutrient distribution.
  • LongJax® 20:1 Extract (200mg) – Shown to raise both total and free testosterone levels while simultaneously lowering cortisol.
  • Brassaiopsis Glomerulata (100mg) – A compound used to inhibit aromatase enzymes thus reducing estrogen production.
  • 5-Alpha-Hydroxy-Laxogenin (50mg) – A natural plant sterol which possesses an anabolic/androgenic ratio similar to Anavar, one of the most efficient anabolic substances, without the harmful side effects.
  • 7-Keto DHEA (50mg) – Acts as a fat loss agent by increasing metabolic rate.
  • Boron (5mg) – Suggested in human clinical research to support free testosterone and decrease estradiol in just 7 days.
  • Dihydrocapsiate (as CapsiAtra® (2.5mg)) – Enhances insulin sensitivity, protecting your hard-working body from storing carbohydrates as body fat and stuffing your muscles full of glycogen.

In the continuation of excellence, the MuscleSport Black Series has come out with quite possibly the most innovative, high impact product the sports supplement industry has seen in years.

There have been fat burners and there have been muscle builders; but very rarely will you see them combined into the same product, be legal and effective!

MuscleSport AlphaSRM takes the muscle building and fat loss game to a new level by using the power of science to help you achieve a lean, muscular physique.

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

Supplement Facts

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    FAQs

    Q: What is the best way to take AlphaSRM?

    A: As a dietary supplement, take one serving (3 capsules) daily in the AM.

     

    Q: Can I take AlphaSRM if I also use a pre-workout?

    A: Yes. Because AlphaSRM contains no stimulants, such as caffeine, it is safe to take with your pre workout or other stimulants.

     

    Q: Do natural testosterone boosters really work?

    A: Yes, depending upon use of the correct ingredients at the proper, efficacious doses. The ingredients in AlphaSRM have been confirmed by research to boost natural testosterone levels for varying periods of time.

     

    Q: What other MuscleSport products do you recommend stacking with AlphaSRM?

    A: To maximize lean muscle gains and fat loss, we recommend stacking AlphaSRM with Thermal BlackLean Whey Revolution and BCAA Revolution.

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    Nitrosigine Arginine Inositol Silicate

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    LongJax® 20:1 Extract 

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    Lean GBB®

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    Brassaiopsis Glomerulata 

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    Acacetin 

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    WARNING

    California’s Proposition 65 entitles California consumers to special warnings.

    WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65warnings.ca.gov/

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