Where Focus Goes, Energy Flows
LionBlast isn’t an ordinary pre-workout, nor is it an ordinary nootropic. It’s a 2-in-1 bioengineered mashup combining the energy of a pre-workout with the brain boosting strength of a nootropic to provide you with the ultimate brain and body synergy.
Lion’s Mane Extract 400mg
Mega nootropic to boost focus
The brain is the most powerful muscle in your body. Lion’s Mane is a super mushroom and is known as a brain boosting beast due to its enormous health benefits such as boosting focus, supporting cognition, and improving mental clarity . Unlike dangerous nootropics and “smart drugs” like Adderall, Lion’s Mane is one of the safest, natural supplements you can use to amplify focus and optimize your brain.
Lion’s Mane helps stimulate Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) production which ulimately helps you process, store, and recall information in your brain. Studies have also shown Lion’s Mane ability to reduce stress and anxiety, alleviate depression, as well as support cardiovascular and gut health .
One clinical trial showed Lion’s Mane to extremly improve thinking and understanding in adults but this declined when they stopped supplementing with Lion’s Mane. Whether you want to boost your mind-to-muscle connection at the gym, improve your memory and focus while studying, or obtain razor sharp clarity at work, Lion’s Mane is an essential to help you get better little by little each day.
Agmatine Sulfate 500mg
Powerful nitric oxide amplifier
Taking Agmatine Sulfate before a workout helps pump blood into muscle tissue to give that killer pump feeling during intense training by activating Nitric Oxide (NO) production. This process assists in widening the blood vessels leading to increased blood flow and an awakening in your muscles for a massive pump.
Agmatine Sulfate has also been shown to improve mood, reduce depression, lower stress, and boost brain functions.
Another known benefit of Agmatine Sulfate is its benefits not only toward improving athletic performance but also with its support toward muscle recovery. When the body is stressed, enzymes that produce agmatine are increased. Supplementing the body with Agmatine Sulfate during fierce exercise increases the body’s ability to recover from a workout by diminishing the feelings of muscle fatigue. 
Caffeine 300mg + Theanine 150mg Fusion
Extreme energy without the crash
Caffeine is known to be an effective performance booster and stimulant to get you up and moving whether it’s before a workout, to start your day, or to stay alert. The stimulant properties of caffeine boost your ability to increase workloads through lowering the feelings of fatigue. Thus, the end result is an increase in strength and muscle endurance . With such a robust dose of caffeine, you’ll feel energized and ahead of the game.
In contrast, theanine assists in stimulating energy without the negative effects of a crash.
When combined with each other, it creates a smooth energy rush without the negative after effects. This smooth explosive energy surge from the caffeine boost paired with the relaxing, increased focused properties of theanine will have you ready to conquer the day.
Pure L-Citrulline 4g
Amino acid to intensify athletic performance
Citrulline is an amino acid important to your cardiovascular health and is naturally found in watermelon and even pumpkins. Athletes use Citrulline to boost nitric oxide production resulting in improved blood flow to help you gain a stronger pump in the gym. In one study, weight lifters given Citrulline were able to perform 53% more repetitions than those who took a placebo. More interesting was those who took the Citrulline noticed 40% lower muscle soreness after exercising .⠀
L-Citrulline is the pure form of Citrulline and delivers 100% of the active ingredient. Many supplement companies use Citrulline Malate because it’s cheaper since it’s sometimes formulated in a 1:1 ratio with Malic Acid. LionBlast delivers 4g of 100% pure Citrulline through its use of L-Citrulline. Consuming the correct dosage is vital to achieving maximum benefit from any supplement.
CarnoSyn© Beta-Alanine 2g +
Creatine Monohydrate 2g
Savage muscle formation duo
Our bodies use beta-alanine to produce carnosine which helps reduce lactic acid accumulation in our muscles during exercise . Increased lactic acid in the muscles is what causes that sore muscle feeling which is why you can’t push out that last rep because you’re muscles hurt too much.
Supplementing with CarnoSyn© Beta-Alanine helps improve athletic performance by helping lessen fatigue, boost overall performance, and maximize endurance. Research has shown that CarnoSyn© Beta-Alanine increases your time before experiencing exhaustion allowing you to work out longer and increase training volume .
Creatine is a supplement that helps boost exercise performance by increasing energy in the form of increasing energy-carrying molecules known as ATP.
When CarnoSyn© Beta-Alanine is combined with creatine through supplementation, creatine and CarnoSyn© Beta-Alanine boost athletic performance significantly more in conjunction as compared to supplementing with each one individually. This duo has been shown to boost athletic performance, strength, and lean muscle mass. Thus, beta-alanine is even more effective when added with creatine .
Mental performance enhancing nootropic
Most recently, Tyrosine has been considered a prominent focus boosting nootropic. Tyrosine is an amino acid and is most notably used to improve alertness, attention, and focus as well as boost mood. This is because Tyrosine helps increase levels of important substances such as dopamine, adrenaline, and norepinephrine .
Clinical research studies into tyrosine has shown it helps reduce brain stress, aids in critical thinking, assists the brain with multitasking situations, and optimizes mental performance when you’re under fatigue or experiencing lack of sleep . This is paramount because it can help sleep deprived individuals feel more alert.
Electrolyte balancing nootropic
Taurine is an essential amino acid referred to by scientific researchers as a “wonder molecule” that is concentrated in your brain, eyes, heart, and muscles. In human studies, Taurine has been shown to increase speed and endurance in athletes  as well as diminish the effects of fatigue.
Additionally it helps improve hydration of muscle tissue because Taurine assists in maintaining appropriate hydration and electrolyte balance in your cells . This powerful amino acid also can regulate your immune system to boost immune health and antioxidant function .
Most notably, Taurine improves focus and boosts mood by decreasing anxiety . Some consider Taurine a nootropic because of this and because it is necessary for long-term memory formation. Lastly, there is abundant evidence suggesting that Taurine plays a vital role in life-span longevity. Taking data from a WHO study covering 61 populations in 25 countries, researchers learned people with the highest levels of Taurine lived the longest .
Other prominent ingredients in LionBlast include:
It’s time to amplify your total life performance. At your fingertips are the building blocks to get better each day.
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