Aftershock Wild Berry Blast2.64 Pound Powder Item #: S5-1017 / 1750223
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Myogenix Aftershock Wild Berry Blast 2.64 Pound Powder (15 servings)
TECHNOLOGY OF MUSCLE
TACTICAL POST-WORKOUT CATALYST
- 34g LACTOSE FREE PROTEIN with 35g MASSBUILDING CARBOHYDRATES
- 14g AMINO STACK PATENTED CREATINE & GLUTAMINE PLUS BCAAs
MUSCULARITY STRENGTH RECOVERY ENDURANCE
THE KEY TO UNLIMITED MUSCLE GROWTH
The anabolic window is a 30 minute period of time, immediately post exercise, when your body is primed for muscle growth, if given the proper nutrients. AfterShock contains these viral nutrients, absolutely critical for muscle growth, glycogen replenishment, and recovery.
Mix one serving of AfterShock (TM) (80gm) with 12 to 16 oz of water and consume immediately after exercising. For Total Body Transformation (TM), use HyperShock (TM) pre-workout, and MyoLean Evolution (TM).
ALLERGEN STATEMENT: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS INGREDIENTS DERIVED FROM MILK & SOY. MANUFACTURED IN A FACILITY THAT PROCESSES MILK, SOY, EGGS, WHEAT.
Aftershock Wild Berry Blast Supplement Facts
AfterShock Fast Absorption Protein Blend (TM) (partially hydrolyzed, lactose free whey protein Isolate and high growth factor, ultra-filtered lactose free whey protein rich in lactoferrins and immunogubulins), Glycogenx (TM) a polymerized glyconutrient providing cellular rehydration and glycogen replenishment (long chain polysaccharide maltodextrin), cane juice solids, natural & artificial flavors, citric acid, potassium citrate, sodium citrate, vegetable juice (for color), natural & artificial flavors, drum dried raspberries, drum dried cranberries, Sucralose.
Aftershock Wild Berry Blast Reviews
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Comments about Myogenix Aftershock Wild Berry Blast - 2.64 Pound Powder:
I was using a different brand of recovery drink for after working out. I was paying a little more on the other brand, and one day I asked one of the store employees what he would suggest for post-workout recovery and he pointed at after shock. I wanted to give it a try, and sure I felt good after workout and my muscles didn't hurt as much as before, but the real test was done when I decided to hike Mount Whitney for the first time with my brother in law.