Powerlifting

Powerlifting

Powerlifting is a unique discipline almost entirely centered on force and acceleration being produced in one swift effort. Powerlifters, unlike bodybuilders, depend on technique and muscles working together, but are of course not all that different as both want to produce a maximal amount of muscle mass, in this case with the purpose of maximum force production. That gives the powerlifter more of a window to focus on exactly that goal, without having to make dietary choices with regards to weight that could limit the rate of growth.

Omega 3-6-9 is an unsaturated fat complex allows powerlifters to focus on food with a high caloric density instead, without compromising their health.

Mass Gainer provides both much needed protein and high levels of maltodextrin, a high glycemic glucose polymer that produces high levels of insulin, for maximal glycogen storage for localized anaerobic performance.

Egg Protein adds a diverse source of protein that digests at a slightly lower rate.

Protein Oatmeal Pancakes form an easy to use and equally easy to eat meal replacement with slower carbohydrate sources.

BCAA 8-1-1 Cassis, with its 4 fold higher Leucine content than the standard 2-1-1 formulations, is a great tasting way to supplement these highly anabolic amino acids.

ZMA allows for optimal recuperation by improving hormonal profiles and quality of sleep.

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