ANABOLIC HALO Hardcore Pro Series« is a scientifically developed post-workout supplement designed to be an all-in-one musclebuilding solution. In fact, the potent post-workout formula contains the most researched form of creatine to help build more muscle and increase strength at an accelerated rate.
This all-in-one formula is designed with the most researched form of creatine and a scientifically studied dose of L-carnitine for amazing results.
ANABOLIC HALO Hardcore Pro Series also contains a scientifically studied dose of L-carnitine and fast-acting carbohydrates designed to help replenish glycogen stores after a hard session in the gym. If you want to see how powerful this post-workout formula is, just look below at the amazing research results achieved by test subjects taking just one of the key ingredients in ANABOLIC HALO Hardcore Pro Series.
A 12-week third-party research study conducted at a leading university with 22 untrained subjects divided into three groups, and published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, showed test subjects consuming a key compound found in ANABOLIC HALO Hardcore Pro Series« gained 7.12 pounds of muscle while subjects using a placebo gained only 1.30 pounds. Test subjects in the same study also significantly increased their one-rep max (1RM) leg press strength versus placebo (375 lbs. vs. 193 lbs.).
In a second study that utilized muscle biopsies from the same study above, subjects using a key ingredient in ANABOLIC HALO Hardcore Pro Series increased myocellular expression of anabolic growth precursors myogenin by 61% and MRF-4 by 65% in only 12 weeks. Further, this powerful ingredient also helps to expand your muscle cells with extracellular fluid for myocellular expansion. Scientists theorize that myocellular volumization is a factor for muscle growth.
After 21 days of a third-party study involving 10 resistance-trained subjects, the dose of L-carnitine contained in ANABOLIC HALO Hardcore Pro Series was scientifically shown to increase the number of testosterone (androgen) receptors significantly more than when subjects used a placebo. The researchers in the study theorized that this led to increased cellular uptake of testosterone.