Project AD Aminotaur

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Project AD Aminotaur

Project AD AminoTaur

Amino acids have been a staple in every lifter’s supplement stack for some time now. There’s been some discussion on what the ratio should be, how many aminos are necessary, and when you should take them, Project AD Aminotaur has the answers. At a massive 13 grams of aminos per scoop Aminotaur has one of the strongest scoops on the market. Let’s take a look at the breakdown that makes Aminotaur one of a kind.

Project AD Aminotaur


BCAAs - Aminotaur has 7 grams of Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA’s) with 5 grams of leucine and 1 gram of isoleucine and valine. Though not at the normal 2:1:1 ratio, Aminotaur doesn’t cheap out on the muscle building top dog, leucine. BCAAs will help accelerate muscle protein synthesis, recovery, and spare glycogen during intense workouts. BCAA’s can be especially effective when in a caloric deficit as they have anti catabolic properties that can help preserve muscle when dieting down.


EAAs - Aminotaur has 5 grams of Essential Amino Acids. EAAs are amino acids that the body cannot produce and need to come from food. EAAs help create new muscle tissue in the body as well as promote recovery. In conjunction with BCCAs (which are also EAAs), you create a well rounded muscle building environment for your body.


L-Carnitine Tartrate - Aminotaur had 1.5 grams of L-Carnitine. L-Carnitine is a thermogenic amino acid that helps stimulate fat loss. You will also see some energy and endurance properties to this compound.


Project AD Aminotaur is one of the few amino acid products that doesn’t mess around. You get what you pay for and you get a lot of it. Aminotaur can be used pre or post workout but is best utilized intra workout. You can use this product with carb products such as Project AD Raging Full to create the ultimate intra workout stack. Aminotaur is store exclusive but can be purchased by calling the shop! Shop Project AD Aminotaur.

 


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