Destroy your workout with the new pre-workout overkill, by Spawn Nutra, BPM Labs sister. Just like The One 2.0 from BPM Labs, this is designed to overkill your workout! With The One dominating the market, we had to ensure we released a product worthy of the brand name but also different to The One. One thing we realised , due to the amount of Beta Alanine used in the One , there was a sector of the market that simply does not like the itch and tingles that comes with Beta Alanine although we do consider it a miracle compound in a pre workout. Cutting out the Beta Alanine allowed us to deliver a product worthy of The One and with a superior Pump Matrix. The Stim components remained virtually the same with the tweaking of dosages to give it a different ‘feel’. Rest assured, you will be able to swap between The One to Overkill to mix up your supplement regime. For the market driven by taste, we have nailed the flavour with a fantastic limeade, with more flavours to follow. Creatine Nitrate Creatine is the most proven compound that is naturally found in high concentrations in skeletal muscle, which is the muscle mass that is required to move body parts. It is also a compound that is vital for helping to assist with the quick energy production in the form of ATP, via the body’s natural phosphocreatine system. By binding creatine to a nitrate delivery system it becomes more soluable. Nitrates have been shown to support: Enhanced oxygen consumption kinetics Couple this with the benefits of creatine, you have the best of both worlds. A new study released has shown to increase life span of mice by 10%, of which we share 98% of their DNA. so creatine continues to forge new boundaries, and is the most proven ingredient in the sport supplement field. Creatinol-O-Phosphate This is not creatine, this is a completely different compound. The mechanisms behind the actions of COP on muscle have been discussed in literature, but no clear indication of exactly how it works has been found. COP definitely increases levels of ATP in the muscle, and this may be due in part because of its actions as a intracellular buffer, a phosphate donor, or a stabilizer of cell membranes. Whatever the mechanisms are, the end result is that contractility (force of contraction) of muscles is increased – especially in hypoxic / ischemic (low oxygen, low blood flow) conditions. Everytime you do a set and your muscles start to burn and you get weaker, that is hypoxia / ischemia setting in. Lactic acid goes up, muscle pH drops, and ATP levels plummet. COP reduces this mechanism allowing you to pump out more reps Citruline Malate Citrulline Malate is a pre cursor to Arginine. Citrulline Malate can help users increase nitric oxide levels, which leads to increased strength and endurance, through the increase in blood flow, glucose uptake and oxygen delivery to the muscles. We have a 2:1 ratio bond to malic acid and being pharma grade we ensure quality ingrdients to deliver PBs Agmatine Sulfate Agmatine (or Agmatine Sulfate) is a compound that is normally produced in the human body through a process in which l-arginine is decarboxylated and transformed into Agmatine. Since the compound first garnered attention in 1994, a plethora of research has been performed on Agmatine and its potential physiological and pharmacological effects, which can offer great therapeutic potential. Agamtine has been shown to benefit in a variety of areas including increase of pump due to vasodilation and insulin regulator. Agmatine has also been shown to support release of luteinizing hormone releasing hormone or gonadotropin releasing hormone which is responsible for increasing luteinzing hormone levels. Luteinizing hormone stimulates male Leydig cells to produce testosterone. Agmatine’s possible ability to regulate insulin production and increase the uptake of glucose may offer benefits for glycogen storage as well as a downgrade in the amount of glucose being transformed into fat. Caffeine The most used and proven stimulant compound used by every sports supplement company. Glycogen is the principal fuel for muscles and exhaustion occurs when it is depleted. A secondary fuel, which is much more abundant, is fat. As long as there is still glycogen available, working muscles can utilize fat. Caffeine mobilizes fat stores and encourages working muscles to use fat as a fuel. This delays the depletion of muscle glycogen and allows for a prolongation of exercise. The critical time period in glycogen sparing appears to occur during the first 15 minutes of exercise, where caffeine has been shown to decrease glycogen utilization by as much as 50%. Glycogen saved at the beginning is thus available during the later stages of exercise. Although the exact method by which caffeine does this is still unclear, caffeine caused sparing in all of the human studies where muscle glycogen levels were measured. The effect on performance, which was observed in most experimental studies, was that subjects were able to exercise longer until exhaustion occurred Bitter Orange Peel Extract is a potent thermogenic and CNS stimulant that provides extreme energy Nandina Domestica (Fruit) Extract is a potent stimulant that provides laser like focus and energy. Also increase fat mobilization and prevents storage due to its ability to block alpha 2 receptors. Pouchong Tea Extract Increases metabolic rate, focus and increase energy through CNS stimulation and also suppresses appetite. Naringen is a stimulant that works by blocking histamine receptors throughout your body. Histamine is a neurotransmitter that causes you to become sleepy, so when Narigen blocks the Histamine receptors in your body, you are unable to grow tired. This way you can stay focused throughout your workout. Nutritional Info Per Serving Serving Size 6g Servings Per Container - 30 Creatine Nitrate** Creatinol-o-Phosphate** Citrulline Malate** Agmatine Sulfate** Caffeine Anhydrous** Synephrine HCL** Naringen** Pouchong Tea Extract** Nandina Domestica (Fruit) Extract** Sweeteners (950,955) Natural and Artificial Lemon Lime Flavour, Colour (103, 133) Anti-caking agent (551).