Enhanced Strength, Energy and Recovery!
Garbage sends you a steady flow of energy when mixed with water! After one serving, you will have increased energy and you will be more mentally alert. While the onset is subtle, you will begin to feel extremely motivated and you will be ready to get things done. You will not feel jittery like some energy supplements make you feel. This will help you through the fatigue that is often associated with training.
You can consume Garbage up to three times a day. As time goes on you will exercise more efficiently and you will have stronger muscle contractions. Your muscle cells will expand in ways that increase blood flow and allow for better protein synthesis. Once this happens you will be able to workout harder and longer. Not only that, but you will feel stronger, too.
Due to the steady supply of recovery nutrients that are in your body, you will notice that your testosterone and your GH levels rise. Your protein synthesis will increase and all of your time working out will mean that you can expect new muscle growth!
Drinking Garbage produces the perfect intracellular environment. This means your body will be primed for better muscular contractions, less soreness in the muscles, reduction of early onset muscular fatigue, and increased protein synthesis. In short, the key components to Garbage are going to help you get big and get strong!
Garbage contains the following ingredients:
Tri-Creatine Citrate - This is a highly soluble form of creatine. It is bound to citric acid, which means that it provides a much higher increase of creatine when compared to the standard creatine monohydrate. Additionally, citric acid will help the circulation of tricarboxyl, which produces more ATP. With a compound of three parts creatine to one part citric acid, you can be certain you are getting more creatine than with other di-creatine products.
Taurine – This is the second most abundant amino acid in the muscles. Taurine is the most voluminous amino represented. It is located in the striated type 2 muscle fiber. Taurine is similarly acting to creatine because it expands your cells. It does this by helping the muscle cell to hold more water, while increasing cell volume. This helps bodybuilders benefit because expanded cells increase hydration, which results in higher rates of protein synthesis.
Glutamine Alpha Ketoglutarate - AKG is by far the most abundant amino acid in the human body. In comparison, the concentration is four times greater than all other amino acids. It is metabolized in the majority of tissues. Additionally, there are high concentrations found in the brain and muscles. In these areas there are multiple functions occurring that are critical to athletic performance. The more a person exercises, the lower amounts of glutamine is stored in their body. Without this glutamine, there will be a decrease in muscle protein synthesis. Glutamine helps the metabolic processes that are associated with recovery. Garbage makes use of Glutamine AKG, which is a more advanced form of L-Glutamine.
Vitamin C - This vitamin is essential to the body and as a vitamin. Vitamin C will keep your testosterone levels high. This is just one of the benefits of Vitamin C. There are many including, the ability to strengthen the connective tissues and the support of the immune system. According to certain studies, Vitamin C even reduces stress levels.
Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate - An AKG is a strong growth enhancing hemodilator that is formulated to heighten nitric oxide levels in the body, which will result in a huge increase in muscle size, strength, endurance, and an overall pumped up physique. A-AKG synergizes the effects of creatine. Additionally, when L-arginine is administered in the correct doses, it stimulates the pituitary release of growth hormones.
Zinc - Zinc is not only involved in several enzymatic reactions, it also assists in the function of numerous growth hormones, such as testosterone and insulin. Zinc is essential to cell division, growth, and repair. It helps aide in digestion. It also increases protein production. Zinc helps to maintain normal levels of blood cholesterol. However, low zinc can affect sex hormones and even lead to muscle atrophy. Studies have shown that people who exercise are more likely to lack the proper levels of Zinc and, consequently, need more based on the amount of exercise they do.
L-Carnosine - L-Carnosine works well for people who want to build on the intensity of their exercise while elevating their training threshold and creating the ability for prolonged periods of anaerobic work. Carnosine is a combination that brings together two amino acids (histidine & beta-alanine). These amino acids are found in high concentrations in the skeletal muscles. According to studies, athletes using supplements containing Carnosine are able to train longer and harder.
L-Tyrosine - L-Tyrosine is a precursor of dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine. It helps athletes to avoid overtraining because it is able to offset the process of fatigue. Because L-tyrosine is a precursor of Dopamine, it strengthens mental alertness, increases feelings of happiness and stability, and offsets both physical and mental fatigue. The thyroid manufactures thyroxin. L-tyrosine influences the production of thyroxin. Thyroxin influences basal metabolic rate. This means that L-tyrosine may be an effective weight loss tool.
Caffeine - Caffeine is an effective stimulant that affects the Central Nervous System. Caffeine is used to create energy and strengthen mental alertness. If you combine caffeine with physical activity, you will be able to perform more intensely and delay any form of muscular fatigue.
Glucuronolactone - Glucuronic acid lactone is a type of natural metabolite that is found in the body. It works to supply energy and fights fatigue. Additionally, it increases your sense of well-being. In short, it will help to improve a person's concentration, memory, clarity, reaction time, and overall mental performance.
B Complex - The B Complex includes many vitamins and minerals. These include Vitamin B1 (thiamine), Vitamin B2 (riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (niacin), Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), and Vitamin B12 (biotin, folic acid and cobalamins). B-Vitamins work in the stomach to absorb and digest macronutrients. This helps you to get additional benefits from the food that you eat. Additionally, each specific Vitamin is good for you in a different way. For example, B6 is a good for the liver and B12 is used for energy.
Potassium Glycerophosphate - This mineral is able to perform numerous functions in the body. It plays an important role in muscle contractions and nerve firing. It also helps to reduce soreness in the muscles, and it could correct the deficiency that decreases strength. It can even slow the early onset of fatigue that comes on due to exercise. Potassium has the ability to help regulate your water balance. Furthermore, it is used in the synthesis of dietary proteins. Potassium Glycerophosphate is highly absorbable and bioavailable, which makes it one of the best options for potassium. Additionally, when in glycerophosphate form, potassium is highly soluble in water.
Magnesium Glycerophosphate - This mineral is used by every single cell in your body. At least 50% of your magnesium is stored inside cells of both tissues and organs. It is needed to handle over 300 biochemical reactions in the body. Some of these reactions include the ability to maintain normal muscle and nerve function. Additionally, it is involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis. This type of supplementation is necessary for any type of daily training.