Citrulline and malate in ideal 2:1 ratio
Your new training booster!
L-Citrulline Malate Ultra Strong can now become your new booster for an effective workout. L-citrulline is a semi-essential amino acid that enhances physical effort, stimulates and accelerates muscle recovery by reducing toxic ammonia in the body. Circulation-enhancing properties that contribute to the efficient care of your muscles, improved pumps and a clear focus on your training goals are the result. The citrulline malate in this formula is tuned to the ideal ratio of 2:1.
The malate component of L-Citrulline Malat Ultra Strong is derived from malic acid and ensures a particularly good absorption capacity of the amino acid L-citrulline in the body. The boost during training comes mainly from the involvement of citrulline in NO and L-arginine synthesis, or metabolism. The formula is sugar-free and contains no other carbohydrates. With less than 0.5% fat per 100g, CM 2:1 Ultra Strong is also virtually fat free.
For the 100% Citrullin Malate Ultra Strong we have exceptionally omitted the addition of flavor. It's a pure booster recipe. Prepared with a serving of 3g powder in shaker with water and taken about 30 minutes before training, you get the "extra kick" for your power and your muscles and thus for a strong, effective workout!
The advantages at a glance:
- L-citrulline malate in ideal 2:1 ratio
- Increases muscular performance
- Stimulates NO synthesis
- Increases blood flow (vasodilation)
- Improves muscle recovery by reducing ammonia
- Stimulating, motivating effect
- Reduction of fatigue
Citrulline malate has a positive effect on the blood flow through its vasodilatation properties and thus on the transport of nutrients and oxygen in the body as well as on the promotion of glucose transport. The long-lasting, enhanced performance is the citrulline effect that bodybuilders, athletes and martial artists benefit from. The effect lasts longer than L-arginine. One of the reasons is that citrulline slows down the breakdown of L-arginine, but increases its effectiveness. Namely, both amino acids play together (synergy) and have essential roles in nitric oxide synthesis (NO synthesis), which is responsible for the stimulating effect and the positive influence on the performance. More NO leads, as described, to a better supply of the muscles. A not to be underestimated effect of L-citrulline is also in the reduction of fatigue.