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Mesomorph Pre-Workout

Mesomorph Pre-Workout

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Mesomorph APS Pre-Workout

Mesomorph combines an impressive list of advanced ingredients designed to support your workouts in several different areas. This supplement includes substances found to increase blood flow and power during exercise, enhance your endurance, and reduce damage and soreness in your muscles. It is intended for anyone who wants an extra boost to get the most out of a workout.

  • Designed to maximize the effectiveness of your workouts
  • A combination of 16 carefully-selected ingredients
  • Targeted to support your body both during and after exercise

Mesomorph Pre-Workout Ingredients

Mesomorph combines a number of powerful ingredients. Here we give you a brief description of the purpose of each and provide links to any studies that support its benefits.

Note: none of these are studies of Mesomorph itself, but instead are studies about individual ingredients contained in the supplement. They don’t guarantee the effectiveness of this product. We include them here to help you discover relevant information about what this supplement contains.
  • Beta Alanine: This is a form of the amino acid alanine, which becomes carnosine when ingested. This acts as an acid buffer in the body, increasing muscle endurance. Some studies also show positive impacts on lean muscle mass.
  • Citrulline DL-Malate 2:1: This is a compound of the amino acid l-citrulline and malic acid. L-citrulline has been found to improve levels of nitric oxide in the blood, which in turn improves blood flow. This has a positive impact on athletic performance and endurance. Studies have also found a decrease in muscle soreness after exercise.
  • Arginine Alpha Ketoglutarate: This is a compound containing the amino acid arginine. This ingredient is thought to improve nitric oxide levels, which would increase blood flow and therefore athletic performance. Studies have shown mixed results.
  • Di-Creatine Malate:This is a form of creatine, an amino acid which the body produces naturally in limited amounts. Creatine, also found in seafood and red meats, is involved in the production of energy in the body. There is abundant research supporting its effectiveness in boosting power during exercise (especially high-intensity forms) and increasing lean muscle mass.
  • L-Taurine: Also just called taurine, is an organic compound naturally occurring in the body and involved in cardiovascular function among other things. Since taurine is necessary for normal muscle function, it is thought that taurine supplementation may improve muscle function and performance. Studies are limited at this point, however.
  • Creatine Nitrate: This is another form of creatine, which is designed to be more water-soluble and therefore gentler on the stomach.
  • Ascorbic Acid: This is another name for vitamin C, an essential nutrient. This widely-studied vitamin has a number of effects on the body. There is some experimental support for its role in increasing blood flow and reducing muscle damage and soreness.
  • Creatinol-O-Phosphate: When injected, this compound has been found to help protect cardiac function. It is thought to have beneficial effects on the cardiovascular system when taken orally as well, but studies are presently lacking to support this.
  • Agmatine Sulfate: This substance is thought to help with muscle soreness from a workout, but studies are presently lacking to support this claim.
  • Glucuronolactone: This substance can be made by the body and is also found in certain foods. It is thought to increase energy and athletic performance, but the evidence is presently lacking to support this claim.
  • Methylxanthine Anhydrous: Methylxanthines are a class of stimulants that include caffeine and theobromine (found in chocolate). Many studies have been done on particular methylxanthines. The manufacturer doesn’t specify which methylxanthine is included here, so we can’t point to particular studies.
  • 2-Aminoisoheptane HCL: This is a stimulant intended to increase metabolism, boost energy, and enhance mood, though studies to support these effects are presently lacking.
  • Geranium Extract: Oils derived from the geranium plant have been found to have various beneficial effects.
  • Theobromine: An alkaloid found in chocolate, it is a stimulant whose effects on the body appear to be similar to those of caffeine but perhaps with fewer unwanted side effects.
  • Naringin: This compound occurs naturally in citrus fruits. It seems to aid in weight loss.
  • Quebracho Blanco Extract: Derived from a South American tree, this extract is thought to act as a stimulant, possibly increasing energy and performance.

How to use Mesomorph Pre-Workout

When beginning with any new supplement, it’s a good idea to test your tolerance by starting with 1 serving on an empty stomach first thing in the morning and seeing how your body reacts. If you have no unwanted side effects, the manufacturer recommends 1 scoop of Mesomorph thoroughly mixed with 8-10 ounces of water, taken on an empty stomach about a half-hour prior to your workout.

On non-workout days, use a half scoop mixed with 4-5 ounces of water and consume on an empty stomach.

As with any supplement designed to improve results from exercise, Mesomorph is designed to help support your holistic approach to strength and performance gains, which includes an appropriate training regimen and a proper diet.

Frequently asked questions

Does Mesomorph actually work?

As you can see in our product information, there is scientific evidence to back up the effectiveness of many of the ingredients. For others, the data is less robust. In every case, the ingredients are carefully selected by researchers at Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals because they have reason to think they are effective.

It is important to have realistic expectations. Supplements can make a real impact, but it is always secondary in importance to the work you put in.

Does Mesomorph have side effects?

Mesomorph is formulated to be safe for healthy adults when taken according to the instructions printed on the label. Because everyone is different, there is always the possibility that you will experience unwanted side effects.

We always encourage customers who are trying a supplement for the first time to start with the minimum dose and see how their body reacts. If you do experience unwanted side effects, you should discontinue use and talk with your doctor.

What’s in Mesomorph?

The active ingredients in this supplement are beta-alanine, citrulline DL-malate 2:1, arginine alpha-ketoglutarate, di-creatine malate, L-taurine, creatine nitrate, ascorbic acid, creatinol-o-phosphate, agmatine sulfate, glucuronolactone, methylxanthine anhydrous, 2-aminoisoheptane HCL, geranium extract, theobromine, naringin, and Quebracho Blanco extract. See our product description for an explanation of the purpose of each ingredient as well as links to relevant studies.

Mesomorph also includes the inactive ingredients natural and artificial flavors, disodium phosphate, sucralose, acesulfame potassium, silicon dioxide, Alum Lake Red #40, and Alum Lake Blue #1.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any disease.

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