BCAA Formula - MyoBlox Illa
If you're looking for a new & out-of-this-world BCAA supplement, look no further, y'all!! MyoBlox's Illa has a super-hydrating BCAA formula to help even the strongest Gym Junkies power through & re-hydrate after a really tough day in the gym. It comes in a variety of delicious flavors that'll cater to your specific taste and re-hydrate you like no other product has before!! Introducing MyoBlox Illa!!
MyoBlox Illa Benefits
- Provides Extreme Hydration
- Promotes Muscle Recovery
- Helps To Build Lean, Strong Muscle
- Infused With Lots Of BCAA's
- Promotes Endurance & Strength
MyoBlox Illa Flavors
- Candy Bomb
- Malu Splash
- Sour Gummy
- Gorilla Juice
How Do I Take MyoBlox Illa?
Mix one level scoop (1 serving) of Ila with 8-20 fluid ounces of cold water. Illa can be consumed prior to training, during training, or post training. Can be used between meals to support recovery and to fuel physical performance. On non-workout days consume one scoop in the morning, noon, or night.
MyoBlox Illa Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (10.2g)
Servings Per Container: Approximately 38 Scoops
Calcium 75mg (As Calci-K Calcium Potassium Phosphate-Citrate)
Magnesium 25mg (As Albion Dimagnesium Malate)
Sodium 50mg (As Himalayan Pink Salt)
Gains Matrix 7500mg: Micraminos (Micro-Peptide Infused 2:1:1 Fermented BCAA's)
Osmotic Matrix 650mg: Coconut Water Powder (Non-Gmo), Calci-K (As Calcium Potassium Phosphate-Citrate), Sodium (As Himalayan Pink Salt), Magnesium (As Albion Dimagnesium Malate).
Absoprtion Matrix 50mg: Astragin (Panax Notoginseng From Astragalus Membranaceous [Non-Gmo]).
Other Ingredients: Citric Acid, Natural & Artificial Flavors, Silicon Dioxide, Sucralose.
MyoBlox Illa Side Effects & Warnings
Not for use by individuals under the age of 18. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Do not use if you have a medical condition or are taking any prescription medication. Consult a Physician prior to using this product if you have any pre-existing medical condition. Do not exceed recommended serving.
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