DOMINATE-UP WILL CHANGE THE WAY YOU LOOK AT PRE-WORKOUTSWhen we decided it was time to show the rest of the pre-workouts on the market how it’s done, we decided to formulate a complete and balanced pre-workout. One that would blow away the competition. You want a pre-workout that can power you through the toughest training sessions without the crash and jitters. You also want a product that is dosed effectively, giving you what you need to get the job done in one serving. Just wait until you try Dominate-Up! This isn’t just another pre-workout. We are going to redefine what you should expect from a pre-workout!Dominate-Up features a complete profile using branded ingredients that are effectively dosed. You should expect nothing less from Martyn Ford’s Ignite Nutrition.
PUMP BLENDFor many bodybuilders and athletes, it’s all about the muscle pump. And for good reason. Who doesn’t want to take a look in the mirror and see a raging monster looking back? After all, a huge, full looking physique is a major factor. This pump isn’t just for the aesthetics, it also promotes functional benefits including increased blood flow which helps to deliver additional nutrients and oxygen to your tired muscles. Dominate-Up further separates itself from other pre-workouts by including ingredients for both nitric oxide production and increased cell volume. This translates into hydrated muscles with increased ability to perform.
L-CITRULLINE – 3,500MGGLYCERPUMP GLYCEROL POWDER (STD. 65% GLYCEROL) – 2,000MGPERFORMANCE BLEND
A great pre-workout needs to offer more than merely energy or huge pumps. A great pre-workout must provide effective performance. Ignite Nutrition understands this and made sure Dominate-Up gives you everything you need to dominate your training session.
BETA-ALANINE – 1,800 MGL-TAURINE – 1,000 MGCREATINEL-TYROSINE – 500 MGRIBOSE – 200 MG
FOCUS BLENDThe fabled mind-muscle connection doesn’t just apply to bodybuilding, it applies to all sports. The connection you have with your working muscles during a training session is the difference between a great workout and merely going through the motions.
CHOLINE BITARTRATE – 500 MGALPHA GPC (50%) – 100 MGTOOTHED CLUBMOSS (STD. TO 1% HUPERZINE A – .05 MG)
STIM BLEND490 mg (Total Caffeine 330mg) - Caffeine Anhydrous, Theobromine, Hordenine HCL, N-Methyltyramine HCL, Dicaffeine Malate (Infinergy), Caffeine Citrate.CAFFEINETHEOBROMINEHORDENINEN-METHYLTYRAMINE
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