Physio-Plex NPX - Orange Flavor, 300g
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Physio-Plex NPX is taken pre-workout to maximize sports performance DURING high-intensity exercise. This formula promotes muscle function, exercise tolerance, energy production, and oxygen utilization while exercising.
Five all-star ingredients: creatine, L-glutamine, acetyl l-carnitine, glycine propionyl-l-carnitine, and dimethylglycine (DMG). Also available in green apple flavor.
30 servings per container. Cost per serving = $1.07
Physio-Plex NPX is in the Healthy Goods Sports Performance PERFORM Category.
Physio-Plex NPX contains 5 grams of creatine per serving. Creatine has been used for decades by athletes to promote muscular strength, fat-free mass, and exercise performance primarily related to high-intensity tasks.
One serving of Physio-Plex NPX contains 3.5 grams of glutamine, which is an amino acid widely used in sports nutrition. It has the ability to maintain power output and strength during exercise. In addition, glutamine supports the immune system, which is important for athletes because high-intensity training can acutely suppress the immune system.
L-carnitine plays a role in fatty acid oxidation and energy metabolism. When L-carnitine is taken pre-workout, it supports power output capabilities as well as overall stamina.
L-carnitine is also supportive of recovery after exercise through different mechanisms. One of these mechanisms is due to its role as an antioxidant which gives it the ability to reduce oxidative stress and therefore muscle damage during exercise.
Dimethylglycine (DMG) is a derivative of the amino acid glycine, and it supports physical and mental performance in athletes. Dimethylglycine is used to produce phosphocreatine, a high-energy phosphate molecule used in muscle tissue and the tissue of the central nervous system. It promotes oxygen utilization by the tissues and supports endurance performance and a reduction in fatigue.
Take 10.7 grams (1 scoop) mixed with water before exercise or as directed by your healthcare provider.
Consult your healthcare provider if you are pregnant, lactating, or have a history of allergies.