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OUTLAST NUTRITION Outlaw



    • Increases workout intensity
    • Supports strength and endurance
    • Enhances focus and alertness
    • Increases vasodilation (pump)
    • Elevates mood, memory and cognitive function

 

Imagine an ingredient that can deliver focus, concentration and energy to break through performance plateaus and keep you in control with a smooth lift and no crash. The hunt is over and science has the answer. TeaCrine is a patent-pending compound containing pure theacrine, which can be found in natural sources such as the Camellia tealeaf, coffee and certain exotic fruits. A nature-identical compound, TeaCrine delivers energy, mental clarity, and improved motivation and mood. It does not increase heart rate or blood pressure and is not your typical stimulant.

We find this TeaCrine dose with 300mg of caffeine anhydrous typically provides rather explosive energy. Rather than just the mood elevation and motivation to exercise, this dose of TeaCrine anecdotally potentiates the energy from the caffeine. The energy can be quite intense, yet it feels clean with no crash, no jitters and long duration. Depending on the caffeine/TeaCrine doses, the energy can last beyond six hours. In addition you’ll find 125mg of Juglans Regia Extract which provides improved cognitive function, decreased appetite,

You’ll also find Beta Alanine, AAKG, Citruline, Betaine in Outlaw. These ingredients have been added with a synergistic approach in mind to provide the benefits of increased pump and vasodilation but without noticeable increase in blood pressure. A secondary effect is the noticeable reduction in fatigue and increase in anaerobic performance. To improve absorption and bioavilibity in Outlaw we’ve also used BioPerine which is a proprietary Black Pepper Extract so you can train better, harder and for longer. 

 

HOW TO TAKE?

  • For standard use, mix one scoop (half serve) with water and consume 15-30 minutes prior to training
  • For advanced use, mix two scoops (full serve) with water and consume 15-30 minutes prior to training

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